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Special thanks to legendary food and travel YouTuber MARK WIENS for taking on my yummy face challenge and joining me on this exotic Bangkok food tour. Make sure to check out his latest vid, where you can watch us both eat spicy food and handle it really well. It wasn’t even that spicy.
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» THE EXOTIC FOODS
1. TALAD KAO MARKET: Mrs. Pan’s Bug Cart
ADDRESS: Soi Lat Krabang 5, Lat Krabang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10520
OPEN: 2PM – 10PM
🦗The night before Mrs. Pan cooks the bugs she will later sell in the market, her son goes to Khlong Toei, Bangkok’s largest wet market, to purchase a variety of insects. She begins cooking each morning in order to make it to the market and set up her cart by 2pm. To cook the bugs, Mrs. Pan first adds oil and chopped pandan leaves to a frying pan. The pandan leaves add a nice fragrance to the bugs while cutting the bitter taste. She adds her first round of bugs and allows them to fry for roughly 30 minutes. She allows the crickets to cook for only 15 minutes. To enhance the flavors, she does not clean the pan between bugs. Then she’s off to the market, to fill hungry bellies with bugs!
💸PRICE: 1.50 USD/50 THB for Mixed Bowl of Bugs
1.20 USD/40 THB for Giant Water Bug
2. TOY KUAY TEOW: Boat Noodles (Blood Noodle Soup)
ADDRESS: 15 Ratchawithi Rd, Khwaeng Thung Phaya Thai, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon
OPEN: 8AM – 6PM
🍜Toy Kuay Teow has been serving up boat noodles for 50 years and is on its third generation. To make one of Bangkok’s most beloved noodle soups, combine chilli dressing, pork, meatballs, vermicelli noodles, pork blood, pork soup, scallions and herbs, bok choy, fried pork skin and fried flat noodles (optional). Beef boat noodles include beef blood, rather than pork blood.
💸PRICE: .46 USD/15 THB for a small bowl
.91 USD/30 THB for a normal bowl
3. J’KHAI SEAFOOD: Horseshoe Crab Eggs
ADDRESS: 1300/3-4 Prachachuen Road, Bangsue Bangkok
OPEN: 3PM – 12AM
J’Khai Seafood started when the owner began selling food from a small cart 34 years ago. It is now a multi-story restaurant in Bangkok, and their signature “Thai curry steamed horseshoe crab eggs” recently won Wongnai Users’ Choice for best dish.
🦀To make this tasty meal, they first steam the horseshoe crab, cutting open the lower part of the crab to remove all of the eggs. Separately, create the seasoning, mixing Thai red curry paste, sugar, MSG, oyster sauce and carnation milk. Add the seasoning to an oiled, heated pan before adding chicken egg and finger root. Allow to stir-fry for a bit, then scoop everything back into the horseshoe crab shell. Take the horseshoe crab and grill it over hot charcoal until bubbling. Top it off with coconut milk, sliced lime leaves and carrots before diving in.
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Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.
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