Thai Street Food – HUGE MEAT BBQ!! Sausage Coils + Curry Noodles in Mae Sariang, Thailand!

Thai Street Food - HUGE MEAT BBQ!! Sausage Coils + Curry Noodles in Mae Sariang, Thailand!
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Mae Sariang (แม่สะเรียง) – Welcome to Mae Sariang (แม่สะเรียง), a small and extremely pleasant town in the mountainous and remote province of Mae Hong Son, Thailand. It’s a town that is less visited, almost a forgotten region of Thailand, and I’m here to tell you they have some incredible street food. Today we’re going on a Thai street food tour! #StreetFood #ThaiFood #Thailand

Morning market – To begin this tour of Mae Sariang (แม่สะเรียง), we’re first going to the daily morning market, where you’ll find an abundance of locally sourced ingredients. You’ll even find quite a lot of ingredients that are unique and unavailable elsewhere in Thailand. The market was nice to walk around, although there wasn’t much premade food to eat, so we continued!

Pa Daeng Khao Soi (ร้านข้าวซอยป้าแดง – Mae Sariang (แม่สะเรียง) is a hotspot for some of the best khao soi, or curry noodles, that I’ve ever had in Thailand. The richness of the curry paired with the yellow noodles is irresistible. Pa Daeng Khao Soi (ร้านข้าวซอยป้าแดง) is a small home restaurant in the neighborhood. The khao soi was excellent.
Price – 40 THB ($1.33) per bowl

Mae Luang Penh (แม่หลวงเพ็ญ – One of the true highlights of visiting Mae Sariang (แม่สะเรียง), and a restaurant that’s worth a pilgrimage from anywhere in Thailand, is this iconic restaurant that serves hammer pounded beef and pork. It’s a delicacy, and the more you keep on eating it, the more you love it more and more – greatest ever snack food? The meat is marinated, and then it literally slow grills until it’s dried out and withered, and then it’s pounded. The result is approaching beef jerky, but with still a bit of moisture. The rest of the meats are also incredible, and there are few things greater than a car sized grill of smoky meats!
Total price – 300 THB ($9.98)

Khao Soi Halima (ร้านข้าวซอยฮาลีมา – Finally, to end this Thai street food tour, we’re eating another bowl of Khao Soi, curry noodles. Khao Soi Halima (ร้านข้าวซอยฮาลีมา) is a Halal restaurant, and I’m going to tell you straight up that this is the best bowl of Thai curry noodles maybe I’ve ever had. It’s unbelievably rich and thick, with so much flavor it’s almost unbearable.
Price – 40 THB ($1.33) per bowl

And that completes an amazing Thai street food tour in Mae Sariang (แม่สะเรียง). This town is so off the beaten path, this was such an unexpected Thai food, almost secret, food paradise. Amazing town to visit, and a few restaurants and street food stalls that will truly make you happy.

Thank you very much for watching this video, and hope you’re having a fantastic day!



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  1. I don’t know how you keep in shape from eating so much every shows? Plus handle all the hot chili? I used to eat hot chili but now that I am older, my inside cannot handle that hotness.

  2. I love your videos Mark. I love to explore Thailand by car and go to all your hidden secret gems ! Wish I could join u for a day of eating ????

  3. I'm Laos/Thai from the big Dallas TX.

    The time frame of this video from 23:22 to 24:34 It is just like a beef jerky, in fact, in Laos it's considered a beef jerky.

    That is exactly on point the way you explain it Mark, the more you chew the more taste and you don't just want to chew it and swallow the thing quick. Your mind doesn't even want to swallow it, just makes you continue chewing it, cause of the taste

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