Bangkok, Its Luscious Fruits, Eateries, and Street Food…

In my last week’s post I talked about Bangkok’s frozen yogurt store Buddhi Belly. I just needed to write more on Bangkok’s yummy fruits, street food and eateries since many of these food are really scrumptious! If you plan to visit Thailand, be sure to check out its exotic fruits. When some people say that there are only a few places on earth that can claim to have such a plentiful supply of gorgeous tasting fruit, they are telling you the truth!


Bangkok‘s coconut water is awesome! Rambutan fruit is good, too! There are plenty of food courts in Bangkok that offer variety of cuisines from different parts of the world. Some of the good food courts may be checked out — Food Loft at Central Childom, Terminal 21 Food Court, Food Republic at Siam Center, MBK Food Court, and Siam Paragon Food Hall to name a few.


I loved the presentation of the coconut water drink that I had ordered from Bangkok’s legendary Mah Boon Krong (MBK)’s Fifth Food Avenue on the fifth floor. It was not only the presentation; the coconut water is super awesome, too!


The picture above is of the fresh produce at the Tops Market at Bangkok. The sight of the fresh fruits and veggies enticed me to buy from there. I could not resist clicking a picture of the fresh produce that was on display there!

Many Bangkok and Singapore restaurants let guests have the liberty of preparing their own food on wok. Below is the picture of the food we (my friends — Selina, Sharful, Shelly, Sazzad, and I) made while dining at Bangkok’s Siam Paragon food court.




Shelly and I had a superb dining experience in one of the best restaurants I had experienced in Bangkok — Secret Recipe at the Terminal 21 shopping mall. Below is the picture of the food and the drink we had ordered from there.


I have never tasted anything so scrumptious at the Secret Recipe restaurant at Terminal 21 shopping arcade. I remember I had ordered Dori fish from there. This is a place that is ideal to hangout with friends and have sumptuous food in affordable price. Secret Recipe is a famous franchise of sweet and savory meals. Be sure to check it out!


The roadside Arabian Schwarma from the Middle Eastern eatery near the Bumrungrad Hospital was really scrumptious! There are many Middle Eastern restaurants near the Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok since the hospital caters to medical tourism and many of its patients come from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.

There is also a famous Seafood Market Restaurant in Bangkok which is really unique in its style and its ambiance. This is probably the largest seafood market in the world where the visitors can shop for their own seafood and the chefs there would cook the fresh seafood for them straight from their kitchen while the visitors wait in the dining table. There is a huge variety of seafood available in the market — namely prawns, lobster, snapper, oysters, etc. The restaurant is a bit exorbitant in price range. Thanks to Shelly’s boss, Mr. Zarre Omar (on behalf of their office) who was the host of this dining experience of ours at the Seafood Market Restaurant in Bangkok.

Here is a video on the Seafood Market Restaurant on Bangkok’s Sukhumvit Soi 24 that was uploaded by Sabai Sabai YouTube channel. Enjoy:


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