Running from 11am to 8pm, this year’s fest sees the participation of 120 wellknown shops and restaurants from around the country offering all kinds of popular local delicacies and sweets. Both local and foreign epicureans can enjoy cheftable-style Chinese dishes by Jok Kitchen from Yaowarat, scrumptious pancakes from Crepes of Pa Chuay from Lat Phrao and worththewait drinks by Midnight a Cocoa from Saphan Phut night market.
Top bites from all the regions include the baked goodies from Chiang Mai’s Nana Jungle, steamed buns from Songkhla’s Go Uan, kanom sen nam yoi from Phrae’s Kad Nam Thong Jo Yok. Also answering present is Michelin-starred eatery Methavalai-Sorndangand, which is bringing its popular beef stew.
Street food highlights include deep-fried dough stick from Patonggo Savoey of Yaowarat, seafood treats by Elvis Suki and chicken stirfried noodles from Kua Gai Suan Mali Nai Hong.
Find out more by calling 1672.
Published : May 30, 2019
By : THE NATION