Famous dishes in Thailand

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Famous dishes in Thailand
Famous dishes in Thailand

Thailand is a country famous for its beaches, bars, culture, hospitality and, obviously, its food. Thai cuisine is one of the most famous cuisines in the world. The following are best dishes must-try while in Thailand.

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Kanom beuang

Kanom beuang
Kanom beuang

The old-school version of this tiny, taco-like snack is sold with two types of fillings: sweet, which combine rich strands of duck egg and preserved fruit, and savoury, which include a spicy mixture of dried shrimp and white pepper. Available from street vendors in older parts of Bangkok, such as the stall at Nang Loeng Market.

Mee grorp

Mee grorp
Mee grorp

Crispy noodles prepared the traditional way, via a former palace recipe that provides the dish with a uniquely fragrant, sweet/sour flavour, are a dying breed. Longstanding shophouse restaurant Chote Chitr is one of a handful of places to try the old-school version of this dish.

Pat tai

Pat tai
Pat tai

It can be said Pat tai is one of the most famous dishes must-try in Thailand. It takes the form of rice noodles stir-fried with dried and/or fresh shrimp, bean sprouts, tofu, egg and seasonings, and is traditionally served with lime halves and a few stalks of Chinese chives and a sliced banana flower.