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Thailand is a food-lover’s paradise.It so happens that one of the world’s top-rated cuisines happens to be available everywhere, anytime: Thai food! From gourmet restaurants to humble street stalls, and from hot and spicy soups to decadent desserts, the splendid gamut of Thai dishes is yours for the sampling – and for a song.You’ll never find the quality, variety, and price of such scrumptious delights so readily at hand as it is in Thailand. We’ve picked only a few types of restaurants that you’ll find here below, but the truth is that in most places, it’s hard to go more than a few yards without tempting tastes on offer.
Thais love to eat – period.Anytime, anywhere, and almost anything. Westerners typically prefer breakfast food – like bacon and eggs, toast, oatmeal, etc. – in the morning, and there are customary foods and meals for lunch and dinner also.
Many travelers, feeling tired after a long day’s sightseeing, simply jetlagged, or maybe just lazy and not feeling like getting dressed up and going out will be pleased to know that take away orders are very common and popular in Thailand.
As you can see from our selections below, Thailand excels in street food and cheap eats; it may well be the world champion in this category, if not a major contender.
After a hard day’s work in the fields, or in the office towers, a high percentage of Thais are looking to seriously chill; accordingly, the market has obliged with a wide selection of places.
When choosing a venue to sit down, relax, and enjoy a drink, be it a Margarita or a Thai iced tea, who doesn’t want something stunning to gaze upon?
Visitors to Thailand may find some of the local watering holes a tad on the strange, bizarre, or even weird side, which only adds to the fun after a few drinks.
Beer bars are part and parcel of the backpacker circuit.