Thai Food Favorites You Will Love

Food in Thailand is everywhere and it’s almost always good. This is a country with a seemingly never-ending supply of food available at all hours of the day and night.

Sure, you can eat Thai food all over the world, but there’s nothing like slurping down a bowl of Khao Soi in the Land of Smiles.

We recommend that you start with the food in our guide and then expand your horizons based on your own sense of culinary exploration.

Tom Yum


Traditional Tom Yum soup contains typical Thai ingredients like kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, Thai chilies and galangal (i.e. Thai ginger).

Kuay Teaw Nua

A soup with a story, customers originally ordered Kuay Teaw Nua from boat vendors on Bangkok’s canals.


Khao Kha Moo

Looks like a simple dish but its tastes are more complex than its appearance. Thai cooks assemble this dish by slowly stewing pork leg and serving it over rice.


Gai Yang

Proof that not all Thai chicken is poached and served with rice. This dish takes a different approach by marinating chicken with lemongrass and garlic before roasting the bird on a grill.


Sai Krok

Yet another Thai dish with Isaan roots, this fermented sausage made with pork and rice is served on sticks at markets and street food stands throughout the country.


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