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Chef-designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests

Highlights
  • Discover the street food of Bangkok on a 4-hour small-group tour
  • Sample 17-18 foods such as Thai curry, chicken satay, and noodles
  • Learn about Thai cuisine and culture from your informative guide
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Chef-designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests
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Chef-designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests
From US$55.00
Overview
Discover the delicious street food of Bangkok on 4-hour tour through the city. Sample some of Thailand’s best food such as chicken satay, Thai curries, noodles and more as you stroll through the streets with our knowledgeable guide. Learn about Thai cuisine and culture during this hands-on experience and leave with a full belly and full mind.
What to Expect
Greet your guide under Chinatown Gate in Yaowarat at 4.30 p.m. and begin your gastronomic adventure in a district often considered to have the finest food in Bangkok. First you'll whet your whistle with a dark Chinese tea that'll work wonders for your appetite before sitting down for a plate of old-style steamed shrimp noodles topped with tender pork and squid. Located down one of Chinatown's back alleys, this tiny joint's been serving up this traditional dish for more than 50 years and is now the last place it can be found in the city. 

Continue along the backstreets stopping for pan fried green chive parcels with nam jim sauce, grilled coconut chicken skewers with peanut satay and ajat relish and a refreshing pennywort juice drink to aid digestion. Don't worry, there's more to come. Diving down an almost impossible-to-find backstreet, you'll slurp on a bowl of 'workers' noodles' topped with slices of pork and greens and then take a walk along an backalley market to discover the herbs and spices used in Thai cuisine. Make a quick stop for barbecued chicken with spicy dipping sauces before tucking into the best curry you'll eat in Bangkok.

As you begin your walk back to towards the neon strip of Yaowarat Road, you'll make pit stops for tea outside a traditional townhouse, traditional Chinese pastries and some extrordinarily good dim sum. Clear some room for the lemongrass infused mussels and zingy tom yum soup with prawns before finishing with Thailand's finest desserts - mango and sticky rice covered in warm coconut cream and a freshly-fried Michillin-recommended doughnut dipped in pandan custard. Say goodbye to your guide and fellow guests before departing from the end of Yaowarat Road.
Reviews (22)
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Reviewed 4 days ago
A Highlight of Our Trip to Thailand!

We did the Bangkok Backstreet Food Tasting Tour with Chef Nutth, and it was a highlight of our entire trip. Chef Nutth took us to places that we would NEVER have found on our own -- small, obscure places down alleys where we never would...More

Thank OnTheGoKJ
Reviewed 5 days ago
Really great tour and food experience

I have to say that this tour had some of the best food I have eaten in Bangkok. The variety of food and the places we went to would only be accessible on a tour like this.

1  Thank Epamanondes
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
The only way to do a street food degustation

As much as you google best street food in Bangkok, there is no way you can get to all the places we went with this tour. Our host was awesome and we were fed with 19 amazing courses!

1  Thank simoncE2217RX
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Warning: Skip Lunch

If you are going on the evening tour, skip lunch that day. You are going to be stuffed at the end of this day. The food is delicious and tons of it. The guide and his assistants were very good. I particularly liked that the...More

1  Thank EricP278
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great Time

My wife and I had a great time. 16 stops with ample food at each. You should arrive hungry! Our guide was Chef Nutt and he was a wonderful host- warm, friendly and knowledgeable. For details see SueMin’s excellent review. She was in our group....More

1  Thank nealc361
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