5 of Bangkok’s most luxurious foods

In this article, we explore how you can satisfy your taste buds with some of the most luxurious foods in Bangkok.

When visiting Bangkok, you will be met with a plethora of dining options. With an overabundance of what and where to eat, you will be wondering how to make the best of your Bangkok dining experience. Whether looking to be served by some of the best chefs in the world, or looking for different flavours, or even longing to sample a different style and ambience, then you cannot go wrong in Bangkok. While the dining choices you have in Bangkok are endless, here is a sample of 5 of the most luxurious foods to consider.

a) Tom Yum Goog

Also referred to as spicy shrimp soup, this is one of the famous cuisines served in Bangkok. It is a delicate balance of spicy, sour, sweet and sour dish. The dish is made up of fresh pawns with a combination of fat from shrimps heads to give it that creamy appearance. This dish can be combined with your favourite choice of meat dishes such as beef, shrimp, chicken, or pork.

b) Khao Phat

This dish is also referred to as fried rice. A visit to Bangkok is never complete without sampling this delicacy. This delicacy is made from Thai jasmine rice, which is combined with garlic, egg, meat slices, tomatoes and various seasonings. Even with its simplicity, this dish packs a wide range of ingredients and flavours that echoes an authentic Bangkok dining experience.

c) Sushi and Sashimi

If interested in having a luxurious sushi or sashimi experience in restaurants Bangkok, one of the best places to enjoy the cuisine is at Lancaster Bangkok. The delicacy can be accompanied by rice and your beverage of choice to delight the sense of your taste.

d) Noodles

Noodles are one of the most readily available snacks in Bangkok. They come if various varieties, which means you can taste several noodles before settling on a favourite. The various noodles are made from different ingredients such as rice flour, a mixture of egg and wheat flour, soya bean flour, or yellow dough.

e) Moo Ping (Grilled Pork)

Grilled pork is one of the popular foods in Bangkok. It is made by marinating pieces of pork with soy sauce before they are grilled and served. The dish can be accompanied with rice and your favourite beverage drink.

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