PHOTO: Thai Street Food Ingredients

By Mark Wiens 8 Comments
Thai Street Food Ingredients
Thai Street Food Ingredients

Thai Street Food Ingredients

There’s such a great diversity of Thai street food restaurants in Bangkok. This particular restaurant serves stir fried Thai Chinese dishes with lots of seafood and big curly intestines!

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  • flip

    8 years ago

    Is that pig’s intestine? Great choices of seafood!

  • Wolf Mitzner

    8 years ago

    สุขสันต์วันสงกรานต์ where will you be spending you’re songkran festivities this year Mark?

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Hey Wolf, thanks! I will just be in Bangkok taking it easy. How about you?

  • Maria

    8 years ago

    Mark that’s quite a seafood platter waiting to be cooked up and I agree the comment from Mark – the top right container does look like it’s overflowing with intestines. I’d love to see photos of one (or more) of the finished dishes that came from these ingredients.

    Of course, I read your post, gaze and the photos and then I’m hungry. *sigh* *laugh*

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Maria, too bad I didn’t actually eat here… I was already stuffed when I passed by this stall, so I had no room to eat anything… but perhaps I’ll go back again in the future!

  • Mark

    8 years ago

    From what animal (or fish) do those intestines come from? Very weird to see intestines for sale alongside fish and seafood! I presume that the intestines (if they are not those of a type of an aquatic creature) are an ingredient in some fish/seafood dishes, much like (in the West) seafood may be cooked with flavouring meats like chorizo sausage, lardons or bacon/prosciutto?

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Hey Mark, these are pig intestines. Yes, they are used especially in soups, but they might also fry them here, really tasty!