A great sampling of street food. Can purchase from the market stalls or the food court. Can bring the food from the market stalls and eat at the food court too. Giving it more variety... Do not eat at the pick your own chilled seafood...More
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Hi end market in Bangkok wt a very decent foodcourt. The place comes with a good variety of dried and handy food items (nuts, fruits, kitchen items) clean and well maintained. Foodcourt has a good selection and clean. Worth the 60 to 90 mins there...More
clean market selling local produce. good place to taste local fruit and dishes. the food stall there serve authentic thai dishes although not the cheapest. particular fond with one of the thai sweets shop.
It is a very clean market for tourists where you can find a large varieties of cooked food, fruits, veggies and fish. Our eyes were busy looking this and that, just a lot of food choices. Definitely worth going for a lunch! You will not...More
Or Tor Kor - right opposite of JJ Market, next to Kamphaeng Phet MRT station, is still the cleanest and best organised food market in Bangkok.
This was our first stop after we touched down in Bangkok, having heard of their delicious food court. We were not disappointed. We tried several things from different vendors. The steamed bun spot was quite good. The mushroom bun was awesome. I had grilled squid,...More
I am the type of people like going to market when traveling. This is a wet market but not wet at all. There are lots of fruits, vegetables, groceries and even clothing. Lighting is good and very spacious. Completely different from chaktuchak style. The goods...More
OTK market is nice and clean selling mostly food and fruits. Prices are high compared to where I come from. We ended up doing a quick walk around and not buying anything as it was expensive.
Decided to walk over to Or Tor Kor after scouting the isles in Chatuchak. This is a small market that sells high quality fruit and vegetables at inflated prices. There is a small fresh meat and seafood section at the far end of the market.But...More