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Michelin-Starred Street Food of Bangkok

Street food in Bangkok, Thailand

Discover some of the Michelin-Starred foods that are served on the nondescript side streets in Bangkok. If you’re a foodie who loves to check off your endless list of good eats, you’ll need to bookmark this for your next trip to Bangkok!

Tung Sui Heng Pochana

Duck Noodles, Tung Sui Heng Pochana

Accolades don’t come easy. This family-owned and operated eatery has been serving loyal customers for more than 50 years. Highlights of the menu include its signature clay pot stewed duck and goose.

Address:
649 ถนน บรรทัดทอง Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand

Raan Jay Fai

Raan Jay Fai

The only only street-side restaurant to be honoured with a Michelin star, Raan Jay Fai is helmeld by 70-plus year old lady. Locals and regulars easily spot her miles away with her iconic safety goggles, worn to protect her eyes as she cooks up a storm for diners patiently in queue. Try the popular Thai crab omelette and drunken noodles – flat rice noodles fried with prawns, swirled in a delicious home blend of spicy sauce and marinated in wine.

Address:
327 Mahachai Road (at intersection with Samranrat Road)
Bangkok, Thailand

BAAN YAI PHAD THAI

You can easily find this locals’ staple in Bangkok, but Baan Yai’s Michelin-starred street food noodles are highly prized for their depth of flavour, owing to the use of the charcoal stove. As the charcoal flames lick the wok, it lends a distinct smokiness to the award-winning noodle dish. Hailed as one of the top places to satisfy your phad thai craving, it’s no surprise that this stall has earned itself the coveted Bib Gourmand award.

Address:
108 Inthamara 47 Alley, Khwaeng Din Daeng,
Khet Din Daeng, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand

GUAY JUB MR JOE

Crispy pork, Guay Jub Mr Joe

This is one for the pork lovers – the crispy pork dish earned its rightful spot on the Michelin-star list with its succulent meat, every bite accompanied by a crispy, lightly-salted layer of pork fat. Perfectly contrasted with dark sweet sauce on the side, every mouthful bursts of depth of flavour. Tip: You can also asked for this dish to be mixed into a bowl of guay jub, peppery soup noodles.

Address:
313/7 Soi Chan 42-44, Wat Phraya Krai,
Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok 10120

Ten Suns

Bravely continuing his grandfather’s legacy is Mr Chanyanpat Tiveschayun, who has been serving an irresistible of mouth-watering braised beef noodles at an old shop house in Khwaeng Bang Khun Phrom. Braised for four hours before serving, you are not paying merely for a piping hot bowl of beef brisket, but also for the lifelong perfection and dedication to his craft. 

Address:
Wisut Kasat, Khwaeng Bang Khun Phrom, Khet Phra Nakhon,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand

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