We were last in Bangkok at least six years ago. But we still remember the yummy street stall on Silom near the over pass.
The tables are in the laneway and as you eat residents of the laneway go in and out. The kitchen is also somewhere deep in the laneway cause we see the foold coming out but we can’t see where.
Today we ordered seafood: prawn Tom Yum, prawn Thai salad, deep fried octopus. The Tom Yum is our particular favourite, it’s a small hot pot that is heated up with coal, just enough to heat up the soup and then die out!
All up, it came to around A$18 which also includes rice and a large bottle of Heineken.
try this food cooking guidebook "Bangkok street food, cooking and travelling in Thailand" , autors Tom vandenberghe and eva verplaetse, a great insight into Thai (street)foodculture !
Bangkok street food, cooking and travelling in Thailand