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No pic at the moment -- Sorry!Street food: Tha Phra Chan Market

Central Thai specialties

Intersection of Phra Chan Rd and Maharat Rd

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Street food: Tha Phra Chan Market

This warren of food stalls, snack vendors, small restaurants and coffee places spreads out from the ferry pier to the gates of Thammasat University, and continues south until it melds into the Amulet Market.

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Lining the river are a handful of small restaurants that serve fresh water fish, noodles, and other central Thai specialties, but if you're just in the mood to snack your way to satiety there are some amazing options here — the fried chicken is worth walking over your own mother, as are the sticky rice sweets.

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Last updated on 9th May, 2014.


Street food: Tha Phra Chan Market
Intersection of Phra Chan Rd and Maharat Rd
Open daily, best before 18:30

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