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Thai Street Food in Bangkok – MOST POPULAR LUNCH Noodles in Downtown Silom, Thailand!


– Hey everyone. I hope you’re having an amazing day. It’s Mark Wiens. I’m in Bangkok, Thailand. I’m handing with my friend, Drew, – Hey, guys. How you doing? And today we are in Silom, which is, It’s one of the main downtown financial districts of Bangkok. Full
of sky rise office buildings, and, so, at lunchtime,
just floods of people come here to eat street food. And so, we thought it
would be a lot of fun to take you today on a Silom, Thai, streetfood, lunch tour of Bangkok. We’re not even sure exactly
what we’re gonna eat, but we’re just gonna go
to some of the popular, famous, stalls, and share it all with you in this video. (traffic sounds) That was okay. – Could have been better.
– It was okay. (electronic music) – (Speaking in Thai) Okay. Okay, the first place we’re
stopping is called [Store] Hey, what’s up, man? – Mark Wiens! – (laughing)
– What’s going on, brother? – [Mark] What’s up, man? – Oh man, I watch … I watch all your food videos, man. That’s so crazy to see you.
– Thank you. Thank you. – I’m having a little
trouble reading the font of this Khao Man Gai spot, but it’s a chicken and rice spot called “Khao Man Gai Ban Deed Kim.” It’s right in the heart of Saladang. Right on [Street]. If you have gotten off the
BTS at Saladang station and walked down this road, there’s no doubt that you
have passed by this stall many, many, times. We’re here before lunch,
it’s just after 10:30 AM, so it’s not very full yet. But if you come here … Drew, man- If you’re here right at noon, these tables will just be packed. And the good thing is we’re here early, so we can get a couple meals in before the main lunch rush arrives. So, we’re gonna have
chicken and rice first. – Yes, sir. – You’re ready?
– Yes, man. Let’s do it. – (speaking Thai)
(grunts) – [Mark] Oy. (laughs) (knife hitting chopping block) (speaking Thai) (chair being pulled) – [Mark] Alright. Cool. – [Drew] Yeah. Looks good, man. – Yeah. As soon as you
order- Maybe we’re a little- We’re on a little bit
of a wobbly table, here. – [Mark] ‘Khao’ means “rice”, ‘Man’ is like the fat, or the oil, and then ‘Gai’ is “chicken”. So you have “Khao Man Gai”,
“Chicken Rice” that is exactly chicken rice.
– Sure. – [Mark] And then there’s always sauce. You have to have sauce. – [Drew] And we just watched a guy chop the chicken in the back, and you know- he really dissects it at a perfect angle every time. – [Mark] They also sort of flatten it with the knife,
– [Drew] Right. so that it … Yeah, it
just fits beautifully over your plate of rice.
– Yep. – [Mark] Before we try the sauce, let’s just try a bite of the rice, ’cause either rice has got to be fragrant. You can see that it’s
just kind of glistening. Cheers. – (humming)
– (humming) – Garlic-y. Right? – It is, yeah. I like the rice. It’s very fluffy. – It’s delicious, man. – And it is very fragrant. And you can feel each
individual grain of rice because it’s so fluffy. Then, you got the chicken, which is actually
almost… It’s very moist. Very succulent chicken. (traffic and people speaking) – That chicken’s so soft. – It’s time to sauce. I believe there’s some
[Sauce Name] in here from what I can smell. It’s fermented soy beans, but then there’s also
ginger and chilies in here. It really is all about the sauce. I mean, the chicken
and rice are excellent, but the sauce is almost drinkable. And you can see the
shredded ginger in there. Let me get a nice, good, giant, bite to just maximize the sauce. – That sauce. Addicting, that flavor. – [Mark] It’s the fermented
soy beans, which make up most of that flavor.
– [Drew] Right. But that gives it such a depth of flavor. Then, you’ve got the ginger in there. – The ginger kind of kicks in after. When you said, then I started tasting it, but the first taste is not ginger. – So, they only add a little bit of ginger to the actual sauce. That’s why there’s an entire bowl full of extra ginger for people
like us that need it. And the, of course, chopped chilis. Okay. That should be good
for the next few bites. Maybe a little bit of extra sauce on there for extra good measure, of course. Oh, and that is a perfect bite. (traffic sounds and people speaking) (humming) – With that extra ginger.
– Yeah. – [Mark] But even the
ginger is not that pungent, ’cause I believe that it’s young ginger. – You can tell if it’s young or old? – Yeah, yeah, yeah. – That’s experience, guys.
– Oh, yeah. He knows if it’s young or old ginger. – [Mark] Younger ginger is more juicy and a little bit sweeter. Then, the final component
to Khao Man Gai is the chicken soup. And there’s some winter
melon in here, too. Okay, I’ll eat the winter melon. (hums) Yeah, chicken soup is nice. That winter melon just actually dissolves right down your throat.
(electronic music) ( traffic sounds) – [Mark] That was a great way to begin.
– [Drew] Yeah, dude. – [Drew] Good little
appetizer for the day. – We’re gonna move on
now to the next spot, which is just down the road, and hopefully they’re open. ( people speaking and traffic noises) – [Mark] It’s now 11 AM, so a lot of carts are starting to set up. Street food is starting to set
up for the main lunch rush. I think we can fit two lunches in before the main lunch.
– Absolutely. Before the real lunch. – Absolutely. I’m looking forward to it. – We’re getting a head start. (traffic sounds) – [Mark] Passing by this place, it’s called [Store Name]. This is one of my absolute favorite places for green papaya salad. – That’s one of the best.
– Oh, my favorite. (electronic music) – We walked almost- it’s almost to Satun, which is the adjacent business, financial district of Bangkok. But we just made it to the
spot, this is the place. – Alright, Drew. Oh, cool. They have these stands for the chair.
– Oh, yeah. Look, they have your chair standing up there.
– Whoa. – Never seen that before. – [Waitress] (speaking in Thai) – (speaking in Thai) Awesome. (laugh) – What just happened? (laughing) – So, we just decided to get beef … (speaking in Thai) We decided to get beef
soup with everything. There’s meatballs,
there’s the braised beef, there is probably some
organs, there is tendon. (people speaking in Thai) – When we ordered a mix of everything, it means all the meats, all the beef. What he does is he takes
the basket strainer, which is the boiler, he
grabs some of the fresh beef, there’s some liver there.
There is some tripe. He sticks it in the basket,
then he blanches it real fast, just a quick blanche, and
dunks it into that hot beef soup. It’s so aromatic. Then, he takes some of the
pre-cooked braised beef, which is sort of like
brisket-y, brisket-y meat. Just blanches that real fast, sticks it into your bowl. Then, add some of the soup into the bowl, then finally finishes off with some of the fried garlic, and a sprinkle of pepper. – So excited – (laughs) You ready to go eat it? – Yeah. – Okay. Let’s go back to our chairs. – [Drew] That smells delicious – [Mark] You can really smell
the star anise in there. They also include some
lettuce, as well as some water morning in there …
– Right here, this guy. – Yep, to it. And that even
increases the fragrance. So, we got that Gao Lao version, which is just a soup
with rice on the side. You could also order this with noodles. You can get it however you like, and you can get whatever
organs you like as well. – Man. – Yeah. It’s almost, it’s so aromatic. You taste all of the
Chinese herbs in there. It has this sweetness to it. – Kind of like soy, too. – [Mark] I’m just gonna
reach my chopsticks in and take whatever I get,
which in this instance, happens to be a piece of liver and a piece of the fresh beef. – [Drew] That broth. – [Mark] So fresh tasting,
because all of the meats apart from the beef that’s been braised, everything is just flashed blanched. – [Drew] There are all
kind of different textures going on in here.
– [Mark] Yeah, it is. I mean, it’s not like one consistent meat. They’re different shapes, different sizes. – [Mark] Now that we’ve
tried the broth and the meat, it’s time to make our sauce. It’s fish sauce in a soy sauce bottle. You add chili, a little bit of fish sauce, and then mainly is
chili vinegar, which is- yep, this one would be the green sauce. There it is. That is the perfect … Give that a little chopstick twirl. That’s your beef dipping sauce. – What is this one? – That should be liver. – Liver. (electronic music) – [Mark] Into the sauce. Oh, yes. – [Drew] Lunch crowd is coming in. – [Mark] Yep. – Wow. – Oh. – [Drew] Spicy, sour. They
add all the kicks, man. – [Mark] And I just kind of
almost let it sit in the sauce, ’cause this sauce is so good.
– [Drew] Dunk it. – [Mark] Dunk it, and let it just soak. – [Drew] Like a sponge. (electronic music) – [Mark] Okay, I’m gonna try meatball next and another thing you can do
that I like to do sometimes is … Pour it on.
– [Drew] Pour it on? – Dropped the ball, too. – Oh. It’s really spongy, but firm at the same time.
– It is, yeah. – Good.
– Go down with some rice. – Thing about this chili sauce, when you mix the chili
flakes with fish sauce it becomes a liquid chili
paste and it burns your lips. It just stays on your lips the whole meal. Whether that’s a good or bad thing … For me, it’s a good thing,
but you’re always reminded of that spice, man. – Oh, the tripe is incredible. It has a snap to it. Like a little, just wonderful,
cartilage-y crunch to it. (people speaking and dishware sounds) – [Mark] (speaking Thai) now as we’re leaving, it’s
actually even still before, I think it’s still before
… Yeah, it’s 11:50, but you can see the Silom lunch rush now is starting to build up. Now there’s a whole crowd
waiting to eat here, so it’s good we got here 30 minutes ago. And by the way, the
place is called Yee Jay. – Amazing man. Like, I’m
already getting kind of full, and I know that’s a bad thing, because we have more coming, right? (laughs) – [Mark] Now we’re ready
for the real lunch. – [Drew] Can’t wait. – [Mark] But yeah, that was … – Give you the sweats. – I got the sweats. I got the sweats. – It’s already humid
outside we had the soups. – Yes. Exactly. (laughs) (electronic music) (people talking) – This is the next
restaurant street food stall. This is a place that’s
very famous for noodles and it is right at noon. This is perfect time
for ultimate busyness. This is just the atmosphere that I love so much about Bangkok. – [Drew] Yep. Right on the street. – Stalls, the aromas of
beautiful soups and chilis and limes.
– Absolutely, man – [Mark] Oh, yeah. (speaking Thai) (laughing) – This places is called Kuay Teow Khae. You can choose your size,
40 bot, 50 bot, 60 bot. She told us that the 60 bot
version, that’s the special, that’s the big bowl that
comes with everything including Moo Grob, which
is the crispy pork belly. (bowl being filled) – The action and energy
here is so beautiful, and what’s noticeable when
I’m standing here by the cart where she’s assembling the noodles, she’s actually blanching the
noodles back there somewhere you can’t really see. Then, they’ve got some of
the seasoning ingredients here at the front. The final step, if she
blanches the noodles, then he adds in the mixed pork, the egg. The nice touch is that he
squeezes on the lime juice. The lime juice is not cooked out, which preserves the flavor. Tosses noodles, adds
on some more seasoning, so that’s … You just smell the citrus, the lime aroma. It smells so good. And that’s why there
are so many people here. – Did we even get a table? – [Mark] We’re waiting for a table because there’s kind
of a queue over there. – Okay. So she’s …
– You ain’t gonna lie. – [Mark] No, we’ve got it.
We’re waiting for a table. We’re in line. We’re in line. – This is the heat of the moment, guys. This is what it’s all about. – [Mark] Whoa (speaking thai). (crowd sounds) – We waited about 30
minutes to get this chair, but we finally got it. – [Mark] Yes we did. – You’re in the frame more, and there’s more action
behind you on that side. – Yeah, this is cool. – That is our (dish name)(laughs) – [Drew] Did you get that? – [Mark] Okay, now. – [Ying] (speaking Thai) – [Drew] Oh, yeah. – [Ying] Oops. Sorry.
(eltro music) – [Mark] But it comes with
soup on the side, yeah? – [Ying] Yeah, I think that she’s gonna bring it … Yeah. – [Drew] You have two cameras on you. (laughs) Don’t worry, no pressure. – Really good. (speaking Thai) – The first expression that
I’m gonna say is (speaks Thai) means I desperately want
to eat this.(laughs) – [Drew] This is true, this is true. – Definitely you could put
your whole face in this bowl, it’s that big. You’ve got the bami,
which are egg noodles, but they’re not the …
spaghetti egg noodles, but they’re the thick …
Look at that bunch of noodles. Actually, you know what?
I just grabbed in one chopstick all the of the
noodles in my entire bowl. – You could eat it all in one bite. – That’s how sticky they are. – Yeah (laugh) But they’re
the semi wide egg noodles. So, wheat based with egg,
but then all of the toppings, you see the red barbecue
pork, you’ve got the moo grob, which looks incredible, which
is the crispy pork belly. A variety of meatball looking things, some of the minced pork,
and just thin and wavy. Wavy, that’s what they are, they’re wavy. – Man. – Oh, wow. – Dude. – [Mark] They’re tangly,
and they’re so … They’re soft, but not mushy at all and they’re very, very thin. I mean, not the width, but
the thickness is of noodles. – [Drew] They kind of grip together in your mouth when you chew them. – [Mark] They do. – [Drew] Like, they don’t separate. They kind of go in a ball in your mouth, but it’s a great ball(laughs). – [Mark] It has a gummy
texture at the same time. … Actually oil,
there’s dry chili flakes. There’s vinegar, and this another vinegar. These would be all the
essential seasoning for this. Oh, look at this. This is a beauty. – [Drew] Are you putting all that in? – [Mark] I am putting all of this in, yes. – [Drew] You’re insane. – [Mark] One more scoop
just for good, good measure. Oh, perfect. Good. Then,
I’m gonna go in for also some of vinegar and some
chili flakes as well. Little bit of dried chili flakes on here. Finally, some of the chili vinegar, and probably two scoops
of this to complete my seasoning for the moment. – [Drew] Can I tell you something? – [Mark] Yeah. You want to say it on …
– [Drew] Wait, no no. Wait until we’ll talking. – No, go ahead. – Alright, guys. I don’t
think an average person would put that much chili on it. I know this guy loves spice, but it’s mind blowing how
spicy he makes his dish. He wouldn’t say say that,
so I want to say that on the camera. That’s it.(laugh) look at that, man. It’s like, a full layer thick of spice. – [Mark] A blanket of chili. – [Drew] A blanket of chili,
yeah. A blanket of chili. – [Mark] That’s my
favorite kind of blanket. Okay. I’m gonna give this a little … Whoa, it’s kind of sliding
on the metal table. Give this a little stir,
let it coat those noodles. – [Drew] So good. – [Mark] This is where things
get more and more beautiful and more flavorful. Oh,
and the crispy pork belly. Okay, I’m gonna definitely get some crispy pork belly on this bite. Check out how these noodles
have just been transformed. – Oh my god. Dude. – Dude. The crispy pork belly. Did you get a bite of that yet? – Yeah. Wow. – [Drew] This is our third
meal in the last hour and even though I’m full,
this is the best one. This is my favorite one. – This is crazily good, yeah.
– So good. I need a little more vinegar
to balance everything and will be balanced out to perfection. Okay, perfect. – [Drew] I got to get
that pork belly, again. – [Mark] And I’ll get some moo dang, which is the barbecue part on this bite. – [Drew] I’m surprised that you actually eat everything in the background. (laughter) – As Drew and I were filming, Ying managed to finish her entire bowl. – [Drew] Like, practically
clean. Look at that. (laughing) Ying you are a champion.
You are a champion. – [Mark] Yeah. That’s the reason we get along so well. – Focus there. – [Mark] Oh, let me see that skin. – See that skin? See that? Oh yeah. That crunchy, but soft. – The final component
of this dish is the soup because we got the dry noodle soup. The soup is on the side. You can see the (ingredient), which is the coriander,
the cilantro roots. Yeah, very light. Another
thing you could do, Drew, – Yeah? You can take some of your soup and add it to your
noodles to rehydrate them as you continue to eat,
which I love to do. It’s like rejuvenating … – [Drew] Bringing them back to life. Because, your noodles get a little dry. You can keep on rolling with it. Look at … These are just so tasty, I love the texture, it’s great. (electro music) – [Mark] I think this egg is a one biter. Oh, that yolk. Oh, it’s so creamy. (electro music) – Down to my last bite. I
think this is a fish ball and I’m just gonna scrape up, wipe up, some of that final chili
oil and nuts down there. (laughs) yes. Right off
the lip the of the bowl with the thumb. Okay, I got it. – Oh. Cool. That’s a totally new texture. That was one of a kind in the bowl. – [Mark] Good job, Drew. – Oh, dude. The best.
I’m so happy right now. I’m so satisfied, I don’t
even need to eat until dinner. (laughs) I mean, I meant tomorrow. – [Mark] How’s the noodles? – Very good. – Very good. As I’ve mentioned, my lips are burning(laughs). Welcome to Thailand. Welcome to Bangkok. (electro music) – So good. She is a
master. She is a master. You’ve got to come here
when you’re in Silom, man. The lunch rush, it’s so much energy, it’s so action packed, her noodles … (speaking Thai) – She knows what she’s
doing, guys. Really. (laughing and speaking Thai) (electro music) – [Mark] He has called us over. (speaking Thai) – [Mark] You want half of the sample? – [Drew] Yeah, dude. – [Mark] This is one with taro inside. We’ve stopped for the final
thing on this Thai street food tour of Silom at lunch. We’ve stopped at Khanom
Tokyo, which is a sweet, it’s kind of like a pancake, which [Person] is really friendly. This is with taro inside it. Oh, yeah. – It is like a pancake. (calling sounds) – Oh, and he’s … Okay.
He’s making a fresh batch. – [Drew] That’s good. Really good. – [Mark] Unless you want to
try to the hotdog one, we can. – [Ying] I had the hotdog. – [Mark] Oh, you did?(laughs) ‘Cause the hotdog one has the coil in it. (speaking Thai) (cooking sounds)
(speaking Thai) – Lung Tokyo. – [Mark] Lung Tokyo, mean ‘Uncle Tokyo’. – [Man] Uncle Tokyo. (traffic sounds) (laughing) – [Mark] Uncle Tokyo on [Street Name], he’s such a friendly man. He’s been making this
same snack for 20 years. – [Drew] 20 years. – Yeah, we’ve already tried
some of the sweet versions. Just snacking right off the griddle, but the one I’m most interested to try is the Thai ‘pig in the
blanket.’ The Thai corn dog. The entire hotdog, the ketchup, oh, the quail egg,
– [Drew] The quail egg. is all wrapped up on a stick on a skewer. How convenient is that? – Oh, man. (laughs) Wow. I need to think about
this for a second.(laughs) – That is oddly delicious.
– [Drew] Yeah. It’s like a sweet pancake
with a slightly mushy hotdog, the quail egg,
– Ketchup. And you’ve got that tangy ketchup. – I vote this is great, man. I’ll come back and get this again. – [Mark] Even if the hotdog
is not my favorite thing, the experience …
– it’s an art in itself. Just the art of uncle making it, his passion for it, and his
positivity, and just … – [Drew] He’s been doing it for 20 years, making the same exact thing every … I asked him how many he sells in a day, and he said he can’t even
count ’cause he sells so many. – [Mark] Just the convenience
of this, it’s all on a stick. You never need to touch it. I happen to be on my final bite. – This is kind of a sad moment. – Yeah, I know. That means its gonna end.
– It’s kind of bittersweet. Alright, this is the final bite of hotdog. (electro music)
(traffic sounds) – That was a lot of fun, and
that was a perfect ending. Drew, what was your
favorite dish of the day? – I have to say it was
the third one we ate, the dried noodles, man. That was amazing. – It was. – Yeah. – It really was incredibly good. Well, we’ve come to the
end of this food tour. I want to say a huge thank
you to Drew for joining me. Drew, can you just tell
everybody what you do? – Sure. Thanks, man. It
was a pleasure being here. I make daily travel videos
on Facebook and Youtube. Just two to three minute
little documentary style telling unique stories and everything, just like the guy that we just met. – I’ll leave all his links below. Check him out. He also
makes videos with a message and also really explains the culture. Yeah, Drew is cool. – Cool. – Anyway, thank you all
– Thanks man so very much for watching this video. Please remember to give it a
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Thanks again for watching. Good bye from Bangkok in Silom.
See you on the next video. – See you guys[Thai].

100 thoughts on “Thai Street Food in Bangkok – MOST POPULAR LUNCH Noodles in Downtown Silom, Thailand!

  1. Mark i like the way u expressed things whether it taste good bad weird but u makes its sooo tastier..

  2. Looks like the food in Bangkok not only looks delicious but it is also very cheap, affordable for the common people too.😍❤️

  3. May God bless you and your Family for showing all the good foods of every country it makes me drolly every bites you take’s!😛

  4. Just wondering Mark, since you eat all these food from all over the world while traveling, do you ever get sick? As in food poisoning etc… Love your videos! Keep it up! you inspire me so much.

  5. The Thai corn dog looked so good.
    I was wondering how does he handle money while cooking because he didn’t have gloves on.

  6. I'm sorry but I really feel thai food rocks the best my 2nd favorite is lebanese. Last is pretty much the whole African Continent so far…

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  8. Would you like some noodles with that chili? Lol

    if it isn’t spicy, it isn’t good! I love spicy food! It makes everything better.

  9. I have watched many videos that you made, and even if I like Thailand as much as you do I couldn't eat a single spicy dish, that is my only negative about Thailand. I had a hard time finding traditional food none spicy.

  10. I found you today and I appreciate all your videos …I am going to Bangkok i 18 days with my kids.I am a little stressabout food poison.Any advice? I see you eating everythinggggg.
    I am from Central America 😉

  11. Mark is eating so spicy, even though I’m Thai I couldn’t handle it . I like to watch all of his video and always make me drooling hehe. I also passed to all of my American’s friend that loves to come to Thailand, it’s very helpful for them. Thanks!

  12. This guy learns all these languages like it’s easy, I tried to learn Korean once and my Korean friend told me I eather didn’t say it right or I said it right but I didn’t role my tongue correctly and pronounce is right, these languages are so hard.

  13. your videos are a great alternative for going on vacation, for people who can't afford to go away !!! i feel like i am on vacation myself when watching.

  14. Thanks boy, I don't know how much I love this kind of video, about peculiarities of foods from countries, that's so amazing, From now I will follow your adventures about it. Be safe and careful. Sou brasileira, e como amo esse tipo de conteúdo 😉

  15. It would be nice to have exact locations, street names etc. if you’ve been to Bangkok every street food place looks just like the places you were visiting. That could literally be one of a million places. Love the video though and the reason I want to know of course is because I want to go to these places and they are sooooo hard to find! Help a brother out!

  16. Your views make me feel hungry all the time.. I must go now for a big bow of egg noodle with mixed pork and spicy soup. Ohhh…….Zeeeeddd…….Yahhhhh…….Yummy

  17. Oo I eaten this in Pleasanton, CA. A restaurant called Rooster and Rice have this! It’s similar to hainan chicken rice but the sauce is different!

  18. Puts a bunch of chillies on rice

    “That should be enough for the next few bites”

    Like wtf how does he handle that much spice?!?!?!

  19. Binge watching all your videos. You deserve all the ad revenue, subs & recognition! So entertaining ! You’re talented and I’m grateful I have someone to watch when I’m not feeling good !

  20. Mark Bangkok remind of Manila business district back in early 1970 when I was younger starting up a career there the stalls foods around where you can buy different food during lunch or even early breakfast but now a days all stalls are in building like pantry I miss those days and thank you for great video

  21. Ying , I have so much respect for your patience and dedication to your family. You are obviously a wonderful and very intelligent woman and I wish we could see more of you. xx

  22. I'm also thinking about “ i would love to eat the same things, but how should I explain it to the locals 😄 these discriptions on the paper make me feel curious 😲😁

  23. Drew Binsky and you are the best YouTuber ever. I love watching your Video

  24. Hello, the most delicious Thai food.👍👍❤❤❤❤❤❤❤🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶👍👍👍👍

  25. I am half Thai and Hainanese. Chicken rice is always my most favorite. ^^ ตั้งแต่เกิดมากินข้าวมันไก่ยังไม่เคยเพิ่มกระเทียมกับพริกใส่ข้าวเลย โอ้ยพี่มาร์คกินเผ็ชชไปไหน555

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