Bangkok is not short of choices when it comes to dining. You can pick up a good meal from a street vendor for a couple of pounds, or you can spend £100 a head (or more) at a high-end hotel or restaurant. Your food choices are down to your taste, bravery and wallet, but you really don’t need to spend a lot of money to experience real Thai food. Everywhere you go, you will see street vendors selling fruit, freshly squeezed fruit juice, ice cold coconuts, noodles, kebabs and more. Most vendors are so cheap that you can try a little bit of everything; if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try fried squid eggs or a nice crispy insect! For an authentic dining experience, look for cafes packed with Thai people; don’t expect mod cons like matching furniture, air conditioning or table cloths, but the food will be cheap, the food fantastic, and your experience 100% authentic.
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