Dishes You Absolutely Have To Try While You’re In Thailand

Published on June 12, 2022
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Thailand is a fantastic destination when you’re looking for a tropical getaway. Its stunning beaches, incredible nature, and fantastic food are just some of the reasons you should visit this amazing country. Of course, Thai food is one of the main reasons to visit, and any foodie will feel like they’re in heaven when they are here. Here are some of the foods that you absolutely cannot leave without trying.

Thailand Is A Gorgeous Country To Visit

Thailand Is A Gorgeous Country To Visit

Guay Teow Noodle Soup

This is one of the most popular dishes in Thailand, and with good reason. Guay Teow is a catch-all term for any kind of noodle soup. It can be made with a variety of proteins and usually includes rice or egg noodles. It also has wontons or meatballs added in and includes toppings like dried chili peppers, lime juice, sugar, and fish sauce to create a depth of flavor.

Guay Teow Noodle Soup

Guay Teow Noodle Soup

Tam Pla Dook Foo

This dish is comprised of fried catfish alongside a green mango salad. To put it lightly, this is an incredibly unique dish, with the fried catfish’s texture being the star of the show. It has a fluffy yet crunchy texture that’s light and airy, which makes it absolutely incredible. This dish is often enjoyed as an appetizer or as a snack alongside a cool, refreshing beer.

Tam Pla Dook Foo

Tam Pla Dook Foo

Pad Phuk Tong

This stir fried pumpkin dish is a fantastic vegetarian option which can be enjoyed by everyone, even the most voracious carnivores. It comes with a side of brown rice and you’ll be treated to a filling dish that’s truly special.

Pad Phuk Tong

Pad Phuk Tong

Pad Krapow

This dish is so hearty and delicious that’s usually made with ground chicken or pork but can also be made with tofu. The protein is then stir fried with Thai basil, chili, and usually served on top of white rice and finished with a fried egg. The ingredients all come together in a wonderful mixture of flavors and textures. It can be quite spicy thanks to the chilies, but you can ask for it “pet nit noi,” which means just a bit spicy.

Pad Krapow

Pad Krapow

Khao Soi

Khao Soi is a north Thai dish that’s inspired by Burmese coconut curry soup. You can get it with your desired protein which is added to a coconut curry base that’s rich and delicious. Boiled egg noodles are added along with deep fried egg noodles that add a crispy texture, pickled mustard greens, shallots, limes, and ground chilis that are fried in oil. This dish is so flavorful, you really must try it while you’re here.

Khao Soi

Khao Soi