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Chef-designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests

Highlights
  • Discover the street food of Bangkok on a 4-hour small-group tour
  • Sample 17-18 foods such as Thai curry, chicken satay, and noodles
  • Learn about Thai cuisine and culture from your informative guide
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Chef-designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests
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Chef-designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests
US$ 55.00
Overview
Discover the delicious street food of Bangkok on 4-hour tour through the city. Sample some of Thailand’s best food such as chicken satay, Thai curries, noodles and more as you stroll through the streets with our knowledgeable guide. Learn about Thai cuisine and culture during this hands-on experience and leave with a full belly and full mind.
What to Expect
Greet your guide under Chinatown Gate in Yaowarat at 4.30 p.m. and begin your gastronomic adventure in a district often considered to have the finest food in Bangkok. First you'll whet your whistle with a dark Chinese tea that'll work wonders for your appetite before sitting down for a plate of old-style steamed shrimp noodles topped with tender pork and squid. Located down one of Chinatown's back alleys, this tiny joint's been serving up this traditional dish for more than 50 years and is now the last place it can be found in the city. 

Continue along the backstreets stopping for pan fried green chive parcels with nam jim sauce, grilled coconut chicken skewers with peanut satay and ajat relish and a refreshing pennywort juice drink to aid digestion. Don't worry, there's more to come. Diving down an almost impossible-to-find backstreet, you'll slurp on a bowl of 'workers' noodles' topped with slices of pork and greens and then take a walk along an backalley market to discover the herbs and spices used in Thai cuisine. Make a quick stop for barbecued chicken with spicy dipping sauces before tucking into the best curry you'll eat in Bangkok.

As you begin your walk back to towards the neon strip of Yaowarat Road, you'll make pit stops for tea outside a traditional townhouse, traditional Chinese pastries and some extrordinarily good dim sum. Clear some room for the lemongrass infused mussels and zingy tom yum soup with prawns before finishing with Thailand's finest desserts - mango and sticky rice covered in warm coconut cream and a freshly-fried Michillin-recommended doughnut dipped in pandan custard. Say goodbye to your guide and fellow guests before departing from the end of Yaowarat Road.
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Reviews (10)

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Reviewed 3 days ago
10 Stars not an option? Should be!

Wow, just wow! My wife and I had an absolutely amazing time with Chef Nuuth, who was warm in personality, extremely knowledgeable about the food we were trying (he grew up right here eating at many of these establishments), and the history of not just...More

1  Thank Oliver M
Reviewed 6 days ago
So much good food!

Had an amazing time, so much food but it was all so nice. Chef Nutth really showed the backstreets of Bangkok where I would never go myself, and showed me a different side of the touristy Bangkok, loved it!

1  Thank Roselyn M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
A Chef's Tour Bangkok - Must do!

Our entire family absolutely loved Chef Nutth and our private tour. Chef Nutth was extremely knowledgeable and the food was delicious. You really get a sense of how the locals live in Bangkok and learn about the history of the food and the city. It...More

2  Thank SimplyAmazingLiving
Luke C, Owner at A Chef's Tour (Bangkok), responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hi SimplyAmazingLiving, So good to hear that your family enjoyed the experience with Chef Nutth. He's an amazing guide and really knows his stuff when it comes to Thai cuisine. You're right on the food - it's always best to eat lightly on the day!...More

Reviewed 3 August 2018 via mobile
Refreshingly genuine Chinatown food tour.

Just what we were looking for: a genuine food tour of 3rd generation street vendors, back alleys, Chinatown restaurants and some of the best homemade noodles I’ve eaten. I just wish we had done the tour earlier in our trip so we could have returned...More

1  Thank bronnybent
Luke C, Owner at A Chef's Tour (Bangkok), responded to this reviewResponded 6 August 2018

Hi Bronnybent, We're so pleased to hear that the tour lived up to your expectations - Chef Nutth really knows his way around the backstreets of Bangkok to find the hidden little gems. Great advice - we always suggest for people to eat lightly on...More

Reviewed 2 July 2018
Best tour I've ever been on

Simply fantastic. Just book it! Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable and spoke incredibly good English, better than anyone else we spoke to on our trip, he even understood British sarcasm! He actually was a chef too and knew loads about the food we ate,...More

1  Thank Maddy T
Luke C, Owner at A Chef's Tour (Bangkok), responded to this reviewResponded 6 August 2018

Hi Maddy T, Wow, what a great review! We're so happy to hear that it was the best tour you've ever been on. Chef Nutth tries to ensure ever guest leaves with a greater understanding of Thai culture and cuisine as well as a smile....More

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