Thai food the way you’ll find it in Thailand!
Eatingthaifood.com started as a blog to share with you Thai food tips and photos from eating in Bangkok and throughout Thailand.
But as this blog has grown, it’s transformed into a complete resource where you can discover authentic Thai recipes (many of them from my mother in-law) and delicious Thai restaurants.
It’s great to meet you, and I’m happy you love Thai food as much as I do!
– Mark (more about me here)
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How to navigate eatingthaifood.com
Eatingthaifood.com is a Thai food blog and resource about all things having to do with Thai food in Thailand.
I’ll just quickly explain the sections of this website so you can navigate it easier and find what you’re looking for.
Also, keep in mind there’s a search box on the homepage, and it works pretty well, if you’re looking for something specific.
Here are the main sections and types of posts you’ll find:
- Restaurant Reviews – From Thai street food to shophouse Thai restaurants, if you’re looking for restaurants to eat at in Thailand, this is where you can start.
- Thai Recipes – If you’re ready to cook authentic, homestyle, and Thai street food style dishes at home, browse the recipes and start cooking!
- Food Tips – Occasionally I’ll post some tips and cultural posts about living and eating in Thailand.
- Store – For premium Thai food guides that show you exactly how and what to eat in Thailand, head over to the store.
Also, once you’re on a post you’ll easily be able to navigate through other posts via the search box, or by browsing the the sections and categories.
Search by City in Thailand:
If you’re visiting or living in Thailand, here are the main cities where I’ve eaten, and some of the best Thai restaurant suggestions in the main cities:
Thai food inspiration:
Here are some of my favorite Thai food posts:
- Giant river prawns in Ayutthaya
- Soei – Vibrant flavors in Bangkok
- Somsak Boo Ob – Shrimp and Crab
- Rice and curry in Chinatown
- Amazing food in Chiang Rai
- The best khao soi in Thailand?
- Thai breakfast – here’s what you should try
Authentic Thai recipes
Traveling and eating through Thailand, I’ve learned a variety of regional Thai recipes, especially Thai street food style recipes.
Also, many of the recipes on eatingthaifood.com are directly from my mother in-law, who happens to be one of the best cooks in Thailand (at least I think so) and who cooks for me just about everyday I’m home in Bangkok.
If you’re ready to cook Thai food the way it tastes in Thailand, start exploring these recipes.
Here are a few of the top recipes:
Authentic Thai Basil Chicken Recipe (ผัดกระเพราไก่)271 Comments
In this Thai basil chicken recipe, you’ll learn to cook an authentic…Read more
Tom Yum Soup Recipe (ต้มยำกุ้ง) – Authentic Thai Style196 Comments
One of the most famous of all Thai foods, and what I…Read more
Authentic Thai Red Curry Paste Recipe (พริกแกงเผ็ด)106 Comments
Thai curry pastes: They are one of the most ESSENTIAL components, or…Read more
Thai larb recipe (larb moo ลาบหมู)97 Comments
Larb (ลาบ) is sort of like the meat sibling of som tam; They…Read more
Authentic Thai Grilled Chicken Recipe (Gai Yang ไก่ย่าง)60 Comments
Just like a whole roasted fish, the Thai way of grilling chicken,…Read more
How to Make Thai Sticky Rice (and How To Eat It)58 Comments
We’re about to learn how to make Thai sticky rice. But first…Read more
Click here to see all recipes.
Lastly, I just want to say thank you and welcome to eatingthafood.com.
I’m happy you’re here and ready to eat, cook, and discover more Thai food.
If you have any questions about anything related to Thai food, I’d love to hear from you. You can contact me here, leave me a comment on any blog post, and check out my FAQ’s section.
Also, just quickly wanted to let you know I blog all about Thai food here on eatingthaifood.com, but I also have a travel food blog at migrationology.com which also covers outside of Thailand.
Nice to meet you and I look forward to connecting with you more,
– Mark Wiens
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