4 hours in total
All tasting samples included
Meet up in Yaowarat
What To Expect
This tour is designed for adventurous eaters with an interest in discovering the food locals eat. It's a walking tour, but the pace is gentle, the terrain flat and there are plenty of rest (eating) stops along the way.
Don't leave the fate of your taste buds to chance… go straight for Bangkok's culinary jugular. Join Chef Nutth on his epic nightly food feast around the city's maze of alleys to taste hidden street eats you'd never find alone. Trust us, the Pad Thai on Khao San Road is nothing to write home about. Gorge on lemongrass infused mussels, rich peanut satay with grilled coconut chicken and ajat relish, the best Thai curry in Bangkok, and over a dozen more lip-smackingly good things.
Kicking off as the afternoon cools, eat your way through the labyrinth of backstreets, ending on a sugary high along the main strip of Yaowarat Road in all its neon glory.
*Sorry veggies, this one isn't for you.
*Street food vendors take time off too, so we can't promise every tour will be the same, but fear not, the night will always be packed with good stuff.
Yaowarat's Chinatown Gate near Hua Lamphong MRT station. It's easy to reach and we'll send you more details and address. Your guide will be wearing A Chef's Tour t-shirt.
- Chinese cold black herbal tea. A refreshing start to whet your appetite.
- Old style steamed shrimp noodles topped with tender pork, squid, and black bean sauce.
- Pan fried parcels stuffed with Chinese green chives covered in nam jim sauce.
- Grilled Coconut chicken skewers served with rich peanut satay sauce and tangy ajat cucumber relish.
- Pennywort juice - an herbal drink that's great for digestion.
- Seasonal Asian fruit like rambutans, mangosteens, and longan.
- 'Workers' noodles. Quite possibly the simplest and best noodle soup you'll ever eat.
- Crispy omelet laden with sweet Thai oysters. Nothing is quite as indulgent.
- Meat-on-a-stick grilled over flames with five spicy dipping sauces.
- Simply the best Thai curry in Bangkok.
- Chrysanthemum tea served outside a traditional Yaowarat townhouse.
- Chinese 'cookie' filled with salted yellow bean. The perfect accompaniment to iced tea.
- Steamed Shanghai-style pork wontons or what we call little bundles of meaty joy.
- Mussels steamed in lemongrass and Thai basil.
- Spicy tom yum soup with prawns and squid.
- Classic mango and sticky rice. If this doesn't float your Thai boat, you're on the wrong planet.
- Michelin recommended Thai doughnuts covered in indulgent pandan leaf custard.
- 4-hour guided walk through the backstreets of Yaowarat
- A ton of tastings at hidden street eats
- Learn about the history and culture of Thai cuisine
- Refreshing Thai drinks and water
- Fully licensed guide (who's also a chef)
Plan your trip
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How do I book on Inspitrip?
- Small group tour: operates with a maximum number of people. If you like to make new friends, this is a great option. You would pay for the trip to confirm your slot, then join a chat group with your local guide as well as fellow travel buddies, everything would be on Inspitrip. Get to know them!
- Private tour: maximizes your privacy and allows you to freely customize the itinerary. First, request to communicate any specific needs you may have, wait a couple minutes for these requests to be confirmed, and then you can proceed to payment.