Eat Thai is a massive food court in Bangkok’s Central Embassy building. Meant to embody the spirit of Thailand, Eat Thai has stalls upon stalls of wonderful Thai cuisine.
Eat Thai might be a more fancy and manufactured experience than real Bangkok street food, but it’s a lot more convenient.
You have a card that electronically keeps tracks of all your purchases, with payment not until the end. You can sample all sorts of delicious Thai food without the big crowds or hassle you might find on the street.
Ramen’s Thai Cousin – Tom Yam Noodles
Bring your appetite. There plenty of amazing Thai favorites, from Tom Yam Kung to Pad Thai. But you’ll also get to munch on non-Thai food, like the Taiwanese-style oyster omelette below.
Eat Thai even has its own street food section – smaller stalls where you can see everything prepared before your eyes.
Juicy Indonesian satay
Chinese dumplings, Beef Rendang…you can spend hours eating here.
In addition to all the mountains of food, Eat Thai sells goods like Thai rice, Thai cook books, groceries and more. It’s a good place to pick up souvenirs while in Thailand.
Overall, Eat Thai is a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. It boasts amazing Thai food conveniently under one roof.