Топ100 блюд Бангкока (много фото)

Для всех тех, кто воспользовался нашими отличными предложениями по Азии и побывает в Бангкоке, и для тех, кто пока только раздумывает туда поехать, представляем список из 100 популярнейших блюд в столице Таиланда Бангкоке. В этот список не вошли жаренные лакомства, которые так распространены на улицах города.

Важные слова: gai (курица), moo (свинина), kao plao (простой рис), phed mak (очень острый), prik (чили), goong (креветка), plah (рыба), nam plao (простая вода), kai (яйцо).
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1.  Tom Yum Goong Nam Khon* (Spicy Thai Soup w/ Shrimpต้มยำกุ้งน้ำข้น

An exquisite flavor of Thailand in the form of a super tasty fusion of delights combined.  Shrimp, mushrooms, tomatoes, lemongrass, galangal, chilies, kaffir lime leaves, onions, and a host of other lively ingredients and herbs are boiled together before a generous pour of condensed milk is added to make the soup rich and creamy.

Tom Yum Gung 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTom Yum Goong Nam Khon ต้มยำกุ้งน้ำข้น

2.  Gar Por Plah (Fish Stomach Soup)

Though it may not sound overly amazing, a good fish stomach soup can be outstanding.  The tender stomach is cocked in a thick gravy soup with flavors of ginger and soy sauce.

gar por plah 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGar Por Plah

3.  Tom Kha Gai (Chicken Galangal Soup) ต้มข่าไก่

Tom Kha Gai is a thick and hearty coconut milk soup combined with chicken and teeming with fragrant lemongrass.  The soup is usually not overly spicy so it is a flavor that can cater to those who are not accustomed to the chilies in soups like Tom Yum Goong.

tom kha gai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTom Kha Gai

4.  Tom Saap* (Lemongrass Soup) ต้มแซบ

A brilliant Issan style lemongrass soup with crushed lime leaves and usually pork or fish.  The clear broth can be potently sour for an extremely vibrant spicy Thai dish!

tom saap plah duk 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTom Saap Plah Duk

5.  Gang Som Pak Ruam* (Sweet and Sour Vegetable Soup) แกงส้มผักรวม

Sweet, sour and spicy all come together with Gang Som.  The soup broth is loaded with a handful of fresh vegetables

gang som pak ruam 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Som Pak Ruam แกงส้มผักรวม

6.  Gang Phet Neua (Pepper Beef Curry) แกงเผ็ดเนื้อ

Coconut milk sauce based curry blended with various immaculate curry sauces and mixed with beef.  This type of curry also includes an abundance of fragrant peppercorns which truly add to the taste.

gang ped neu ah  100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Ped Nuaa

7.  Gaeng Som Cha Om Kai (Sweet and Sour Soup with Omelet)

This is a wonderful sour chili soup with a vegetable omelet egg dish chopped up inside.  The omelet is made with the fragrant cha om or acacia leaves for a unique flavor.

8.  Kanom Jeen Nam Ya Kati* (Orange Coconut Curry with toppings) ขนมจีนน้ำยากะทิ

This is a spectacular dish of soft rice noodles topped with a creamy orange curry and then garnished with a selection of herbs and fresh vegetables.  The soft noodles melt into the coconut milk curry for a spectacular dish.

kanom jeen nam ya kati 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKanom Jeen Nam Ya Kati

9.  Gang Keow Wan* (Green Curry Chicken) แกงเขียวหวานไก่

An ultimately flavorful green curry blend with ingredients of coconut milk, bamboo shoots, chicken, Thai basil, and the ever present herbs and roots.  The green curry paste has an insanely delicious aroma that will instantly turn you into a lifetime fan of Thai green curry.

Gaang Keow Wan 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Keow Wan Gai

10.  Kanom Jin Gang Keow Wan Gai (Fermented Rice Noodles with Curry Sauce and Vegetables on top) ขนมจีนแกงเขียวหวานไก่

A sweeter green curry usually with chunks of coagulated blood and chicken on top of fermented and super soft rice noodles.  The noodles sop up the curry like a sponge for a sweet treat!

kanom jin gaang keow wan gai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKanom Jeen Gang Keow Wan Gai

11. Hor Mok Ma Plow Aun* (Seafood Curry in Coconut) ห่อหมกมะพร้าวอ่อน

An assortment of seafood is cooked in a delicate coconut cream based curry and then served inside a coconut shell itself.  It is a thick and super rich dish that should always be a part of a special Thai meal. A far as Thai dishes go, hor mok ma plow aun is at the top of the list!

hau mok ma plow aun 2 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideHau Mok Ma Plow Aun ห่อหมกมะพร้าวอ่อน

12.  Panang Gai* (Red Curry with Chicken and Coconut Cream) แพนงไก่

Panang is a succulent and chili filled red or brownish curry blend of coconut cream and chicken.  The unique taste is the abundance of finely chopped kaffir lime leaves generously mixed in the dish and thrown on top.

Panang Gai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePanang Gai แพนงไก่

13.  Gang Gali (Chicken Curry) แกงกะหรี่

A pleasant blend of spices in a chicken curry gravy

14.  Massaman Gai (Chicken Peanut Curry) มัสมั่นไก่

Massaman Gai is usually a Halal dish that caters to the Thai Muslim community.  It is a reddish brown sweet curry with a strong presence of peanut flavor.  A piece of soft chicken with the blended curry sauce over rice is a taste that’s out of this world!

gang massaman 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Massaman มัสมั่นไก่

15.  Gai Pad Pongali* (Thai Egg and Chicken Curry) ไก่ผัดผงกะหรี่

Chicken, onions, and peppers, fried up in delicate yellow curry sauce and curdled with eggs

pad pongali gai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGai Pad Pongali

16.  Boo Pad Pongali (Thai Egg Curry with Crab) ปูผัดผงกะหรี่

Crab chunks fried up with parsley and yellow curry sauce and covered with eggs to create a Thai curry sensation.  This dish made with crab is highly popular for upscale parties and get-togethers!

boo pad pongali 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideBoo Pad Pongali

17.  Gang Jued* (Vegetable Soup) แกงจืด

Healthy vegetable soup of carrots, cabbage, onions, pork, usually tofu, and glass noodles. Gang Jued is one of the Thai dishes that can cater towards vegetarians if ordered without meat.

gang jued tow who 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Jued แกงจืด

18.  Gang Jued Tow Hoo Tod (Vegetable Soup with Fried Tofu)

Healthy vegetable soup with fried chewy tofu

gang jeud kanom kai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Jeud Tow Hoo Tod

19.  Gang Hed (Mushroom Stew) แกงเห็ด

An array of mushrooms boiled in a salty and lemony pot of shrooms, the time I ate it I thought I was hallucinating

gang hed 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Hed แกงเห็ด

20.  Jim Jum* (Soup Hot Pot) จิ้มจุ่ม

Clay pot over charcoal used to boil your own vegetables, meat, eggs, and basil, in a provided broth that is laced with ginger, garlic, lemongrass, and an assortment of other fragrant items. Jim jum is a great Bangkok street food dish!

jim jum1 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideJim Jum จิ้มจุ่ม

Мясные блюда

21.  Moogata (Thai Barbecue) หมูกะทะ

A massive buffet of all things meat and seafood that you cook right in front of your nose on a provided griddle, huge Thai buffet

mookrata 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideMoogata หมูกะทะ

22.  Kai Rabud(Fried Egg and Meat Sauce) ไข่ระเบิด

Fried egg, chopped up, and smothered with a sweet and sour meat and vegetable sauce

kai rabud 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKai Rabud ไข่ระเบิด

23.  Yam Kai Yeow Ma (Black Egg Salad) ยำไข่เยี่ยวม้า

Black egg salad, fried, then chopped up with fried basil into an egg salad.

Yam Kai yeow ma 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideYam Kai Yeow Ma ยำไข่เยี่ยวม้า

24.  Kai Toon(Steamed Egg) ไข่ตุ๋น

Steamed egg with shrimp or pork chop, great with a pile of white rice

kai toon 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKai Toon ไข่ตุ๋น

25.  Hoy Tod (Oyster Omelet) หอยทอด

Greasy fried oyster omelet on a bed of bean sprouts. Hoy Tod is one of those Thai dishes that will have you licking your lips for another!

hoy tod 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideHoy Tod หอยทอด

26.  Aor Suan (Sizzling Oyster Omelet) ออส่วน

Greasy fried oyster omelet on a sizzling skillet. Get an awesome aor suan at Kuang Seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand.

aor suan 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideAor Suan ออส่วน

27.  Kai Jeow Moo Saap* (Thai Pork Omelet) ไข่เจียวหมูสับ

A Thai style omelet filled with minced pork and loaded with flavor is awesome with over a plate of rice with a squirt of tomato sauce prik. A kai jeow moo saap is the ultimate in Thai comfort dishes!

kai jiew moo saap1 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKai Jiew Moo Saap ไข่เจียวหมูสับ

28.  Kai Yad Sai* (Stuffed Omelet with Rice) ไข่ยัดใส่

Minced pork in a salty and tangy sauce with vegetables wrapped in a thin egg omelet over a bed of rice

kai yat sai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKai Yat Sai ไข่ยัดใส่

29.  Kai Jiew Mark*** (Thai Omelet with Basil and Red Onions)

Migration Mark’s patented omelet found at a small eatery on Rajavithi Rd. Soi 6 near Victory Monument (Pumpkin Family).  If you need it (you do), get in touch.  This omelet is loaded with minced pork, red onions, and the Thai sweet sweet basil.

kai jiew Mark1 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKai Jiew Mark

30.  Kao Neow Moo Yang* (Grilled Pork Sticks with Stick Rice) ข้าวเหนียวหมูย่าง

sticky rice with grilled pork skewer kebabs, always available everywhere and delicious

11. Kao Niew Moo Yang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating Guide

31.  Moo Manow(Lemon Marinated Pork) หมูมะนาว

sliced pork that is lemon and herb coated

Moo Manow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating Guidethai dish of lime pork or moo manow หมูมะนาว

32.  Gai Satay (Pork Sticks with Peanut Sauce) ไก่/หมูสเต๊ะ

yellow BBQ chicken usually dipped into a peanut sweet sauce

gai satay 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGai Satay ไก่/หมูสเต๊ะ

33.  Ped Yang (Roasted Duck) เป็ดย่าง

Duck is an ever popular form of poultry to eat.  Roasted duck can be found all over Bangkok and lining the streets of Yaowarat.

phet yang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePhed Yang เป็ดย่าง

34.  Yam Khor Moo Yang*(Grilled Pork Salad) ยำคอหมูย่าง

tender grilled pork neck chopped up with mint and onions into a meaty salad

13. Yam Khor Moo Yang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideThai grilled pork salad ยำคอหมูย่าง

35.  Moo Dad Deow(Dried and Fried Pork) หมูแดดเดียว

Pork is first dried for super saltiness and then deep fried or grilled.  The salty pork is eaten with sticky rice and dipped into jim jao chili sauce.

moo dad diew 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideMoo Dad Diew หมูแดดเดียว

36.  Gai Tod(Fried Chicken) ไก่ทอด

Crispy deep fried chicken served with a tangy chili filled hot sauce known as jim jao.

Gai Tod 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideThai fried chicken ไก่ทอด

37.  Gai Yang(Grilled Chicken) ไก่ย่าง

succulent marinated and perfectly grilled chicken right off the fire on countless mobile carts throughout Bangkok

Gai Yang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGai Yang ไก่ย่าง

38.  Kao Ka Moo(Soy Sauce Pork) ข้าวขาหมู

tasty cured pork in a boiling sweet soy sauce that’s served over rice

khao ka moo 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKao Ka Moo ข้าวขาหมู

39.  Kao Mok Gai* (Rice and Chicken Biryani) ข้าวหมกไก่

Dish of yellow curried rice, curried chicken, a cucumber pickle garnish, and of course a killer sauce. The Thai version of rice biryani.

kao mok gai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKao Mok Gai ข้าวหมกไก่

40.  Kao Moo Daang* (Pork and Rice with Sweet Red Sauce) ข้าวหมูแดง

popular red barbecue pork served with rice and red sweet barbecue sauce smothered all over

kao moo dang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKao Moo Dang ข้าวหมูแดง

41.  Kao Man Gai (Chicken and Rice) ข้าวมันไก่

simple dish of boiled chicken atop a bed of rice made with chicken stock and served with a special garlic chili blended sauce

kao man gai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKao Man Gai ข้าวมันไก่

42.  Kao Pad Gai (Chicken Fried Rice) ข้าวผัดไก่

A dish that can’t be messed up of fried rice with chicken (countless variations of fried rice can be made)

kao pad thai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKhao Pad ข้าวผัดไก่

43.  Nam Tok Moo* (Marinated Grilled Pork with Dressing) น้ำตกหมู

Grilled tender juicy pork neck mixed with lemon juice, green onions, chili, and mint leaves

yam nam tok moo 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideYam Nam Tok Moo น้ำตกหมู

44.  Larb Moo* (Minced Pork Salad) ลาบหมู

One of the most popular Thai dishes made of minced pork, lime juice, mint leaves, cracked wheat, and onions all combined into a heavenly treat

larb moo 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideLarb Moo ลาบหมู

45.  Yam Tuna* (Tuna Salad)

Acan of tuna mixed with lemongrass, onions, mint, and chili peppers (best can of tuna in the world)

Yam Tuna 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideYam Tuna

46.  Kao Pad Tom Yum Gai (Spicy Fried Rice Supreme)

Take a combination of spicy tom yum soup and fry it up with rice and chicken and you have the world’s tastiest form of fried rice! This is one of those innovative Thai cuisine treats!

khao pad tom yum 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKhao Pad Tom Yum

47.  Tab Wan (Liver Salad) ตับหวาน

Issan dish of semi cooked liver tossed with mint leaves and cracked wheat. If you are into liver, this is the Thai dish for you!

larb tab wan 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTab Wan ตับหวาน

48.  Kao Kluk Kaphi (Fragrant Rice with Mixed Toppings) ข้าวคลุกกะปิ

Kao Kluk Kaphi is a Thai style mixed fragrant rice dish. Rice is fried up with a light shrimp paste and then covered with fresh ingredients like grated green mango, Chinese sausage, sliced string beans, red onions, assorted eggs, and then doused with a sweet porky au jus! This is one of the Thai street food greatest hits!

khao khul kaphi 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKhao Khul Kaphi ข้าวคลุกกะปิ

49.  Pad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow* (Stir Fried Chicken with Basil and a Fried Egg) ผัดกะเพาไก่ + ไข่ดาว

Stir fried chicken or pork with Thai basil, chilies, and a fried egg on the side, served over a bed of rice (this dish is popular and always available at every eatery, something to rely on). Don’t miss this local Thai favorite!

pad gur pow moo kai dow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Ga Pow Moo Kai Dow ผัดกะเพาไก่ + ไข่ดาว

50.  Gai Pad Nam Man Hoy(Chicken Stir Fried with Oyster Sauce) ไก่ผัดน้ำมันหอย

Stir fried chicken with salty oyster sauce and onions

gai pad nam man hoy 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGai Pad Nam Man Hoy ไก่ผัดน้ำมันหอย

51.  Gai Pad Met Ma Muang* (Chicken with Cashew Nuts) ไก่ผัดเม็ดมะม่วง

Flavorful stir fried chicken with onions, cashew nuts, and dried chilies

gai pad met ma muang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGai Pad Met Ma Muang ไก่ผัดเม็ดมะม่วง

52.  Pad Nor Mai Gang Keow Wan (Stir Fried Bamboo Shoots)

A handful of bamboo shoots cooked with pork/chicken, onions, and sometimes Thai eggplant and stir fried with green curry paste.

pad nor mai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Nor Mai

53.  Pad Preow Wan Gai (Sweet and Sour Chicken) ผัดเปรี้ยวหวานไก่

Chicken stir fried with peppers, cucumber, carrots, and onions, in a sweet and sour sauce

Pad Priew Wan 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Priew Wan Gai ผัดเปรี้ยวหวานไก่

54.  Pad Gai Tua Fock Yao (fried green beans with chicken)

stir fried green beans with chicken and chilies

55.  Hoy Nang Lom (Thai Style Oysters) หอยนางรมสด

Small raw Oyster’s are de-shelled and laid over ice on a plate.  The best way to eat this dish is to fill a spoon with a little chili paste, a dab of chili vinegar, a few oyster’s, a couple of fried onions, and a few herb sprigs.  Put the entire contents of the spoon in your mouth at once and enjoy the chili sauces with the salty oyster!

hoy nang lom 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideHoy Nang Lom หอยนางรมสด

56.  Tod Man Plah Klai (Fried Fish Cake)

deep fried spicy fish cake

tod man plah klai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTod Man Plah Klai

57.  Plah Kah Pung Neung Manow* (Steamed Lemon Sea Bass) ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว

Steamed sea bass swimming in a vibrant green chili sauce and lemon juice

plah kah pung neung manow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePlah Kah Pung Neung Manow ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว

58.  Goong Pow (Grilled Shrimp) กุ้งเผา

Whole roasted shrimp on the grill are served with the entire shell and tentacles still in-tact.  After peeling out the succulent shrimp meat, it is dipped into a sweet and spicy, chili and garlic infested seafood sauce.

gung pow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGung Pow กุ้งเผา

59.  Gang Som Plah Chon** (Snake Head Fish with Sweet and Sour Soup) แกงส้มปลาช่อน

An awe striking snake head fish swimming in a stunning sweet and sour soup and laced with herbs

gang som plah duk tod 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGang Som Plah Chon แกงส้มปลาช่อน

60.  Plah Chon Lui Suan (Snake Head Fish with Vegetables) ปลาช่อนลุยสวน

Steamed snake head fish with vegetables and served with a wondrous chili sauce

plah chon lui sawan 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePlah Chon Lui Suan ปลาช่อนลุยสวน

61.  Plah Pow (Plain Grilled Fish) ปลาเผา

Highly salted fish stuffed with lemongrass and lime leaves for flavor and then grilled to perfection

plah plow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePlah Pow ปลาเผา

62.  Plah Chon Pow (Grilled Snake Head Fish)

Grilled snake head fish prepared the same as plah plow

plah duk plow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePlah Chon Pow

63.  Yam Plah Duk Foo* (Deep Fried Cat Fish Fluff) ลาบปลาดุก

Deep fried fluffy catfish essence served with a sweet and sour peanut sauce of incredulence and garnished with onions, green papaya, and herbs

yam plah duk foo 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideYam Plah Duk Foo ลาบปลาดุก

Овощи

64.  Som Tam Plah Lah (Spicy Papaya Salad with Fermented Fish Sauce) ส้มตำปลาร้า

Green papaya salad mixed with a fermented fish sauce dressing, a taste many must get used to

som tam plah lah 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideSom Tam Plah Lah ส้มตำปลาร้า

65.  Som Tam Thai* (Green papaya salad) ส้มตำไทย

Green papaya salad mixed with dried shrimp, peanuts, green beans, and then pounded in lemon juice, fish sauce, and sweet dressing

Som Tum Thai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideSom Tam Thai ส้มตำไทย

66.  Som Tam Boo (Spicy Papaya Salad with Crab) ส้มตำปู

Green papaya salad with miniature crabs pounded into the mix

Som Tam boo 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideSom Tam Boo ส้มตำปู

67.  Tum Sua* (Spicy Papaya Salad with Noodles) ตำซั่ว

Green papaya salad with rice vermicelli added for extra weight

tum sua 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTum Sua ตำซั่ว

68.  Som Tam Tod (Deep Fried Papaya Salad)

Green papaya salad battered and deep fried with an exquisite sauce to accompany (rare dish, contact me)

69.  Tam Tang (Spicy Cucumber Salad) ตำแตง

Similar to som tam but made with cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions instead of papaya, ultra fresh dish

tam tang 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTam Tang

70.  Tow Hoo Song Kreung* (Mixed Vegetable Tofu) เต้าหู้ ทรงเครื่อง

Tofu stir fried with onions, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, and little bit of minced pork

Tow Who Song Kreung 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideTow Hoo Song Kreung เต้าหู้ ทรงเครื่อง

71.  Kalam Bee Pad Kai Sai Moo Saap* (Cabbage with Pork and Egg) กะหล่ำปลีผัดไข่ใส่หมูสับ

Stir fried cabbage, onions, and pork, then covered in raw egg and fried into a delicious delicacy. This is one of those Thai dishes that’s not usually on the menu, but everyone can make it!

kalam bi pad kai sai moo saap 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKalam Bi Pad Kai Sai Moo Saap กะหล่ำปลีผัดไข่ใส่หมูสับ

72.  Gai Pad King* (Stir Fried Chicken with Ginger) ไก่ผัดขิง

Stir fried chicken with huge amounts of grated ginger, mushrooms, and onions

Gai Pad King 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGai Pad King ไก่ผัดขิง

73.  Pad Pak Goong (Stir Fried Vegetables with Shrimp)

An assortment of stir fried vegetables with shrimp (or any other meat you propose)

pad pak gung 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Pak Gung

74.  Gai/Gung Pad Prik (Stir Fried Chicken/Seafood with Chili Paste) ไก่ผัดพริกแกง

Chicken or seafood cooked with peppers, green chili’s, small vegetables, and then smothered in chili sauce paste.

tale pad prik 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGung Pad Prik ไก่ผัดพริกแกง

75.  Gai Pad Prik Yuak (Stir Fried Chicken with Banana Pepper) ไก่ผัดพริกหยวก

A great dish of stir fried chicken with yellow green banana peppers, onions, and few carrots, and spring onions.

pad prik yuak 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating Guidethai gai pad prik yuak ไก่ผัดพริกหยวก

76.  Pad Pak Bung Nam Man Hoy* (Known as Morning Glory or Water Spinach) ผัดผักบุ้งไฟแดง

Stir fried morning glory and chili’s in oyster sauce

pad pak bung nam man hoy 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Pak Bung Nam Man Hoy ผัดผักบุ้งไฟแดง

77.  Pad Yod Mala* (Stir Fried Bitter Melon Leaves) ผัดยอดมะระ

Bitter melon leaves stir fried along with a heap of garlic cloves in sweet oyster sauce.

pad yod mara 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Yod Mala ผัดยอดมะระ

78.  Kana Moo Krob ( Stir Fried Chinese Broccoli with Crispy Pork) ผัดคะน้าหมูกรอบ

Green kale stir fried with crispy pork and oyster sauce

kana moo krob 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKana Moo Krob ผัดคะน้าหมูกรอบ

79.  Miang Plah Tu (Fresh Vegetables wrapped with Noodles and Fried Mackerel) เมี่ยงปลาทู

A fried Mackerel, some kanom jeen fermented rice noodles, a selection of lettuce leaves and herbs, and a spice bowl full of peanut lemograss sauce makes is served on a wooden platter.  The small bit of fish with the herbs and absolute life-changing sauce is miraculous!

miang plah tu 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideMiang Plah Tu เมี่ยงปลาทู

80.  Pak Pak Ruam Mit Moo Prik Pow (Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables with Chili Paste) ผัดผักรวมมิตรพริกเผา

Stir fried vegetables and pork, fried in chili paste

pad pak ruam mit moo prik pow 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Pak Ruam Mit Moo Prik Pow ผัดผักรวมมิตรพริกเผา

81.  Kao Yam (Rice Salad Mixture) ข้าวยำ

Rice salad with special sauce

kao yam pak tai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKhao yam pak tai ข้าวยำ

82.  Nam Prik Kaphi* (Fermented Shrimp Sauce with Assorted Things)

An assortment of steamed vegetables with a fermented shrimp paste chili sauce

31. nam prik kaphi 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating Guideน้ำพริกปลาทู

83.  Nam Prik Plah Two (Fish with Fermented Fish Suace) น้ำพริกปลาทู

Mixed vegetables and deep fried tuna with shrimp chili sauce

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84.  Gai Pad Kee Mau Sen Yai* (Fried Wide Rice Noodles with Assorted Vegetables) ไก่ผัดขี้เมาเส้นใหญ่

Wide rice noodles stir fried up with an assortment of vegetables and chicken

pad kee mau sen yai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Kee Mau Sen Yai ไก่ผัดขี้เมาเส้นใหญ่

85.  Pad See Eiu (Wide Rice Noodles Fried with Soy Sauce) ผัดซีอิ๊ว

Wide rice noodles stir fried in soy sauce

32. Pad See Eiu 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad See Eiu ผัดซีอิ๊ว

86.  Guay Teow Khua Gai* (Rice Noodles Slow Cooked with Chicken and Eggs) ก๋วยเตี๋ยวคั่วไก่

Wide rice noodles fried with chicken and smothered in eggs and slowly cooked with salty meats

guay teow khua gai1 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGuay Teow Khua Gai ก๋วยเตี๋ยวคั่วไก่

87.  Pad Thai (Thai Fried Noodles) ผัดไทย

One of the most recognized Thai dishes in all of Thailand – sweet and salty stir fried noodles with dried shrimp, peanuts, eggs, onions, and garnished with bean sprouts and spring onions

Pad Thai 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Thai ผัดไทย

88.  Guay Teow Lui Suan* (Thai Spring Rolls with Herbs) ก๋วยเตี๋ยวลุยสวน

Wide rice noodles wrapped into spring rolls and filled with ground meat, carrots, lettuce, Thai herbs to accompany, and outrageously delicious garlic sauce

guay teow lui suan 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGuay Teow Lui Suan ก๋วยเตี๋ยวลุยสวน

89.  Gung Ob Woon Sen (Glass Noodles cooked with Shrimp and Soy Sauce) กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น

Stir fried glass noodles with shrimp in soy sauce

goong ob woon sen 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGung Ob Woon Sen กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น

90.  Yam Woon Sen (Mungbean glass noodle salad) ยำวุ้นเส้น

Glass noodle salad with tomatoes, parsley, and onions

Yam Wun Sen 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideYam Wun Sen ยำวุ้นเส้น

91.  Mee Krob— crunchy noodles with sweet sauce

mee krob 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideMee Krob

92. Khao Na Ped (Duck with Rice or Noodles) ข้าวหน้าเป็ด

Rice covered in a handful of roasted duck

khao na phed 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideKhao Na Ped ข้าวหน้าเป็ด

93.  Giew Nam (Pork and shrimp dumplings) เกี๋ยวน้ำ

Chinese influenced dumplings filled with a variety of meat and spices and then placed into a mild boiling soup.

giew nam 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGiew Nam เกี๋ยวน้ำ

94.  Pad Mee Kati (coconut fried thin rice noodles) ผัดหมี่กะทิ

Stir fried think pink rice noodles

pad mi kati 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuidePad Mee Kati ผัดหมี่กะทิ

95.  Sen Yai Latnaa*(Wide Rice Noodles with Gravy) เส้นใหญ่ราดหน้า

Wide rice noodles covered in a brown gravy of pork and small vegetables

Sen Yai Latna 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideSen Yai Latna เส้นใหญ่ราดหน้า

96.  Guay Teow Rhua* (Thai Boat Noodles) ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ

Popular Thai noodles made with a choice of wide or thin noodles, and with pork, beef, or pork balls, and a sensational spicy broth, served in small bowls so you must eat 5 to 10

guay teow rhua 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGuay Teow Rhua ก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือ

97.  Sen Lek Nuaa*(Beef Noodles) เส้นเล็กเนื้อ

Choice of noodles with soup and chunks of beef, onions, and bean sprouts

sen lek nuaa 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideSen Lek Nuaa เส้นเล็กเนื้อ

98.  Ba Mi/Sen Lek Tom Yum(Noodles with Spicy Soup) บะหมี่ / เส้นเล็กต้มยำ

Thai noodles dishes are located everywhere in Thailand. There is a choice of noodles, thin egg noodles of medium rice noodles in a red spicy peanut soup broth.

tom yum sen lek 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideSen Lek Tom Yum บะหมี่ / เส้นเล็กต้มยำ

99.  Guay Jab (Rice Noodles Rolls in Soup) ก๋วยจั๊บน้ำใส

Rolls of wide rice noodles in a salty soup with crispy pork

guay jab 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideGuay Jab ก๋วยจั๊บน้ำใส

100.  Yen Ta Fo (Noodles in Pink Broth) เย็นตาโฟ

Rice noodles in a pink tofu flamboyant soup base

yen ta fo 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating GuideYen Ta Fo เย็นตาโฟ

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2 комментария к Топ100 блюд Бангкока (много фото)
  1. Буду пробовать с июле.

  2. Мария

    Будем пробовать всё через недельку :))))Выглядит ну уж очень аппетитненько.