Thai Street Food: The ULTIMATE Chinatown Bangkok Tour (เยาวราช) – Bangkok Day 9

Thai Street Food: The ULTIMATE Chinatown Bangkok Tour (เยาวราช) – Bangkok Day 9


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52 thoughts on “Thai Street Food: The ULTIMATE Chinatown Bangkok Tour (เยาวราช) – Bangkok Day 9

  1. Seriously mark,you could change your head tilt and grimace,please try..I love the food part,but have found myself looking away when you take a bite….please stop

  2. It's bitter. Like ten times bitter than bitter melon…..and Mark Wiens smiles through it all. hehehe You are a ball of sunshine and positive energy.=)

  3. I also hope you accomdate your wife's interests in everything, including shopping. This would be just so wonderful if you, do or would, it would mean you value her interests and her.

  4. Living in Thailand for a year and having been to these restaurants, I can honestly say you can find the same dishes, equally tasty and equally cheap, at any shopping mall food court. Kinda bummed, discourages me from exploring when everything more or less tastes the same.

  5. The best Duck Soup I have ever had was in Bangkok Chinatown. Located at an intersection of two small Soi, I was privileged to eat the most amazing duck soup while motorbikes buzzed by inches from my plastic stool. Forget all the fine dining BS; street food rules.

  6. I love Ko men Kai use to eat that all the time in Thailand, they also make a very healing chicken soup if you get a cold.

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