Extreme Thai Street Food – CRAZY TOM YUM Late-Night Food Tour in Bangkok, Thailand!

Extreme Thai Street Food - CRAZY TOM YUM Late-Night Food Tour in Bangkok, Thailand!
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Bangkok is one of the best cities in the world for street food, and in Thai extreme Thai street food tour, I met up with my friends Khun Tan (https://www.instagram.com/itan/) and Khun Tape (https://www.instagram.com/pongtap_lunlaman/), who are food lovers and Thai food experts.

We went on an ultimate night street food tour, starting with a tuk-tuk, which I didn’t even know we were going to do from the beginning. It was a thrilling night, so much Thai food, and so much fun.

Later in the night we also met up with Chef Ton from Le Du: https://www.instagram.com/cheftonn/ when we ate the extreme Mama instant noodles at Jay Oh.

Here are all the restaurants we ate at:

Sawang (ร้านสว่างบะหมี่ ก้ามปู) – To begin the night, we ate at Sawang (ร้านสว่างบะหมี่ ก้ามปู), a legendary restaurant in Bangkok for egg noodles and crab. You can also order their pork noodles which are delicious. I ordered ba mee kam boo, egg noodles with crab claw and the biggest size of the claw. A bit expensive, but so good – 400 THB Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/fwjy5cJyo8S2

Lim Lao Ngow Fish Ball Noodle (ลิ้มเหล่าโหงว (สาขาเยาวราช) – Known for their fresh fish balls Lim Lao Ngow Fish Ball Noodle (ลิ้มเหล่าโหงว (สาขาเยาวราช) is a street food stall in Bangkok’s Chinatown. Their fishballs are delicious and bouncy. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/iU4XvV558812

Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ปูอบ กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น) – One of my favorite street food stalls in Bangkok is Somsak Pu Ob (สมศักดิ์ปูอบ กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น), and they specialize in mung bean noodles cooked in a pan with pork fat, spices like Sichuan pepper and black pepper, and either crab or shrimp. It’s incredibly taste especially with seafood sauce. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/sMNM3dQtkyt

Jay Hong Worachak (ร้าน เจ้ฮ้งก๋วยเตี๋ยวคั่วไก่วรจักร) – One of the highlights of this Thai street food tour of Bangkok was eating kuay teow khua gai at Jay Hong Worachak (ร้าน เจ้ฮ้งก๋วยเตี๋ยวคั่วไก่วรจักร), a back alley restaurant serving the smokiest fire noodles in Bangkok. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/WMYMrzZ9ZU12

Jay Oh (ร้านเจ๊โอว) – Probably the most well known late night Bangkok street food restaurant in the city is Jay Oh (ร้านเจ๊โอว), a university spot that serves an array of tasty greasy dishes. Their glorified Thai instant noodles are pretty crazy, and pretty tasty. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/H3t3YZD7cC82

Iam Pochana (เอี่ยมโภชนา) – Finally, to end this Thai street food tour in Bangkok we went to Iam Pochana (เอี่ยมโภชนา) to end with a simmering beef hot pot. Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/RVeX1FwqhCM2

That wraps up this extreme late night street food tour of Bangkok. Hope you enjoyed it and keep enjoying Thai food!

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  1. Thank u for sharing ur trips, very well done & very enjoyable to watch these amazing places (countries) & great food!!! U have a very nice personality Mark. God Bless U & ur family ❤️

  2. Ive been tried restaurant near Chulalongkorn University, near the dormitory. It has delicious noodle and tom yam soup. Recommended. I love it so much

  3. Hi Mark, I love to watch you channel and especially thai food, agree with you that no spicy no life 🙂 from what I have observed you had a lot of take away food( especially street food) which the shops provide one single use plastics ( like in Taiwan, straws , bowls , spoons are all plastic) if you could bring your own cutlery, would be much appreciated, u are one of the influencers, little change could help the earth, why not bring positive vibes to your subscribers????

  4. Dear god the man has one heck of bad case of Red-eye @17:00 ! Get the man some Visine stat! Either it was that smoke from the stir-fry place or maybe he imbibed a um..er..herbal concoction to cleanse the palate and induce Munch…er increase enjoyment of the food..LOL, it'd definitely explain his red eyes, his reactions to food, and just his general amazement and giddiness at well, nearly everything!!

    An absolutely amazing video! Keep up the great work, Mark! Bangkok definitely looks a foodie's dream come true. They take street food and late night take-out to whole another level! All the fresh ingredients cooked at such an incredible speed and with such masterful skill! Simply watching those chefs cook is just so mesmerizing and entertaining. Plus, there seems to be so much variety that you'd probably never get bored and always find new places and dishes to try.

  5. When Anthony Bourdain died, I cried my eyes, and my heart out. The next day I got my first ever tattoo, the same tribal he he had on his left shoulder. I was lost and felt my life would never be the same but somehow, like a miracle, Mark Weins stumbled into my life via cyberspace, and my heart is beginning to heal.

  6. How i wish Anthony BourdaiIn would've appointed Mark as his successor. There will only be one Tony Bourdain, but I think Mark is the best one to continue his legacy❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  7. Mark, just wanted you to know that, nobody told you that you lived in Thailand for too long and you forgot when you eat please be more mannered, you act so dumb be polite with your foods. thanks

  8. I get social media needs to be funny, sexy, or super informative (such as Mark) to garner attention. But the facial expressions don’t need to be so affected / exaggerated. I also get Thai food is the bees knees. It’s the bomb dot comb. I get it. But its like watching his “oh” face lol, makes me a bit uncomfortable.

  9. YouTube should mandate a subscription to Mark Wiens' channel. It has helped me be more grateful and adventurous in life and in the kitchen. His enthusiasm for family life, friendship and spicy foods is highly contagious.

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