Thailand´s capital Bangkok is obviously one of the world’s best place to eat Thai food. There are so many restaurants and street vendors selling Thai food that it can sometimes be difficult to spot the outstanding ones. Also, some restaurants cater to tourists, and the food may not be top quality since visitors are usually easier to satisfy than the locals.
We want places that serve authentic and delicious Thai food, where the Thais themselves love to eat.
We have been in Bangkok several times, often staying for long periods of a few months at a time, and have tried many Thai restaurants both indoors and on the streets. We are often asked, “Where do they serve the best Thai food in Bangkok?”
While that is an impossible question to answer, here, we will give you our favorite places to eat authentic Thai food. These are places that not many tourists visit, mostly Thais and ex-pats living in Bangkok.
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Our 10 Favorite Places To Eat Thai Food In Bangkok
This Bangkok restaurant guide reveals what we think are the best places to eat Thai food in Bangkok with each restaurant’s signature dish. We hope you find this food guide helpful in finding where to eat in Bangkok. Enjoy your time in Bangkok! ♥
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This Bangkok Thai food restaurant guide gives you a list of the 10 best Bangkok restaurants. Here are our favorite Bangkok restaurants and street food stalls to eat authentic Thai food:
1. The Sixth – 6th
The Sixth is a cool and hip little place with excellent authentic Thai food! With only five tables, run and owned by a young couple, the place has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
We particularly love their red curry with prawns, chicken cashew nuts, and Tom Yam Koong. So tasty!
Do try their awesomely yummy chocolate lava cake with mango or Mango sticky rice for dessert. The menu is in English, and the couple speaks excellent English.
They serve great Thai Ice Tea (our favorite!), Ice Lemon Tea, and other drinks like different coffee, White Tea, Matcha Tea, and different kinds of homemade sodas.
- Address: 6 Soi Tha Tien, Maharaj Road. Khet Phra Nakhon area, near Wat Pho (reclining Buddha)
- How to get there: Take the sky train to Saphan Taksin BTS Station, and take the river ferry to pier no. 8 Tha Thien, and walk from there (only a few minutes walk). Or take the metro (MRT) to Sam Yot MRT Station (a 15-min walk to the Sixth).
- Opening hours: 10:30 am – 16:30/ 4:30 pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
- The Sixth´s Webpage
- Reviews of The Sixth on TripAdvisor
2. Bangkok’s Delicious Street Food
All over Bangkok, you will find cheap and delicious Thai food on the street! Some places are pop-up food stalls that move around on trolleys, while others are more or less permanent, serving fresh and tasty Thai food at small tables on the street pavement.
Street food in Bangkok is tasty, quickly delivered, and super cheap. You can usually have a feast for under 150 Baht! Bangkok is the street food capital of the world, and there is plenty of fantastic options to sample the street food. Here are our favorite areas in Bangkok with delicious street food:
Sukhumvit Soi 38 Street
We used to love the food market along the street Sukhumvit Soi 38, but after serving delicious street food for decades, it has now sadly reduced the number of stalls due to a new huge building.
Sukhumvit Soi 38 is now more like an indoor food court but still serves excellent authentic Thai street food. It still is one of our favorite places to head for cheap, delicious, and fresh street food in Bangkok.
- Address: Sukhumvit Soi 38 street
- How to get there: Taxi or BTS Skytrain to Thong Lo station, and you are right by the street food area.
- Opening hours: Afternoon around 17:00 until late
Yaowarat Street (Chinatown)
Bangkok’s Chinatown, known locally as Yaowarat, is a great place to sample some street food and is arguably Bangkok’s street food center. All along Yaowarat road, street stalls and small restaurants serve up some delicious treats.
The mix of Thai and Chinese dishes on offer is staggering, and the smells are heavenly. A good strategy is usually just to try what looks and, perhaps most importantly, smells best to you.
Barbecued seafood is seriously popular here, as are flat noodles in pepper broth, dim sum, and all sorts of fruit desserts.
Walking around, you can find all kinds of Thai food, from Satay, pad Thai, barbecue spears with peanut butter, chicken in different variations, fried rice, noodles, and different soups, crispy duck, and curries of all kinds.
Make sure to sample small portions, and do not fill up all in one place. While you can find food here all day, it comes alive in the evening when people come out to eat.
So head to Bangkok’s China Town, walk around the narrow streets and alleys, and get a bit lost. You will be surprised by all the little gems and quirkiness you will find.
If you are in this area and find yourself craving Indian food, Bangkok’s Little India district (Pahurat) is also not far away.
Another great way to explore Bangkok’s street food is to take a food tour. By going on a food tour with an expert English-speaking guide, you will get to sample a lot of food you might otherwise have missed. It is also an excellent way to learn more about Bangkok’s culture and food.
Click here to read about our recommended Bangkok food tours
- Where is it: Yaowarat Street
- How to get there: Taxi or MRT to Hua Lamphong station then walk 15 minutes.
- Opening hours: All day, but best in the evenings
Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station & The Bang Rak Area
This is an old part of Bangkok with many restaurants and food stalls that have been there for decades! These guys know some cooking secrets that would put the finest French chefs to shame. The stretch of road going from Saphan Taksin BTS station to the crossing of Charoen Krung Road and Silom Road is a foodie’s dream walk.
Here are our favorite street food vendors along the street from Saphan BTS station to the crossing of Charoen Krung Rd and Silom Rd:
Prachak – Bangkok`s Best Roasted Duck
There are simply too many food gems along this road to mention them all, but here lies Prachak Pet Jang, famous for its Chinese-style roasted duck with a dark, spicy sauce over rice. It is delicious! The skin is perfectly crispy, while the duck meat is super juicy. The rice is cooked perfectly, and the Chinese sausage is delicious slightly sweet. Mmmmmm!
Prachak is an institution and has served roasted duck to hungry Thais since 1909!
- Address: 1415, Charoen Krung Road, Silom, opposite Robinson’s department store
- How to get there: Take the sky train to Saphan Taksin sky train station, and walk from there.
- Opening hours: 07:30 am – 20:30/ 8:30 pm
- Prachak’s Official Webpage
- Reviews of Prachak on TripAdvisor
Charoen Saeng Silom – Bangkok’s Best Braised Pork Knuckle
Charoen Saeng Silom has been serving their famous and delicious braised pork (Khao Kha Moo) in Bangkok since 1959, and they sure know how to cook the perfect braised pork knuckle! It is served with steamed rice and tasty, rich soy and vinegar-based sauce with many Chinese spices and herbs that go hand in hand with the tender and soft pork meat. The meat is so soft that it melts in the mouth.
In December 2017, they were even mentioned in the Michelin Guide for 2018!
This is not a fancy place. It is basic and about as authentic as you can get when it comes to a Bangkok street food restaurant. Everyone from school girls to posh business people in suits driving fancy cars eats here.
You can choose to sit outside at a table on the street or inside (no aircon). The place is super popular, but the queue is elegantly handled by the old cheerful guy that owns the place, so there is not much waiting. Due to its popularity, you might have to share a table with other people, but hey, that is a great opportunity to chat with some Thais and get some more local tips about places to eat and things to see.
- Address: 492/6 Soi Charoen Krung 49
- How to get there: Take the sky train to BTS Saphan Taksin Station, and walk from there (an 8 min walk).
- Opening hours: 08:00 am – 13:00/ 1 pm
- Reviews of Charoen Saeng Silom on TripAdvisor
Boonsap Thai Dessert
After having a delicious crispy duck at Prachak, walk across the street for some mouth-watering Mango sticky rice dessert at Boonsap Thai Desserts. You can either sit there and have your dessert or have a takeaway. They also sell other lovely Thai desserts, cookies, and sweets.
- Address: 1478 Soi Charoen Krung 46, Khwaeng Bang Rak.
- How to get there: Take the sky train to BTS Saphan Taksin Station. Walk along Charoen Krung Street, from BTS Saphan Taksin Station to the crossing of Charoen Krung Road and Silom Road, and you will see it.
- Opening hours: 07:00 am – 17:00/ 5 pm. Closed on Sundays.
- Reviews of Boonsap on TripAdvisor
Some other great places to sample street food in Bangkok are around the Victory Monument and on Phetchaburi Soi 5, and many others. Bangkok’s street food is everywhere and is almost always tasty and freshly made, so step out of your hotel and explore!
3. Krua Apsorn – Bangkok´s Best Crab Omelet
The legendary Krua Apsorn serves delicious and authentic Thai dishes just as they are supposed to be. The owner used to work for the royal Thai family and has brought some of the recipes with her when opening her own restaurant.
You will find six Krua Apsorn restaurants in Bangkok, where two of them (Samsand and Dinsor) are in central Bangkok:
- Samsand: 503 Thanon Samsen, Dusit, Dusit District, Bangkok
Dinsor: 169 Dinso Rd, Wat Bowon Niwet, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok (close to the Democracy Monument and Khao San Road)
We visited the Krua Apsorn in Dinsor, and all the photos below are from that restaurant.
Their menu is with pictures so it is easy to order what you want and some of the waitresses speak a little English. Not many tourists know about this place, so the staff is not used to talking to foreigners. Therefore the service might feel a bit slow. Krua Apsorn is also mentioned in the Michelin Guide for 2018.
Their signature and the most famous dish is the Kai Food Boo, an omelet with crab meat. And I totally get why as it is delicious and has the perfect combination of juicy, fluffy texture with lots of flavors. Very tasty!
We also had the green curry with chicken and fish cakes; it was all excellent.
- Address: Krua Apsorn has two restaurants in Bangkok. We visited the one at 169 Dinso Rd (near the Democracy Monument and Khao San Road). The original branch of Krua Apsorn is located in Bangkok’s Dusit district at 503 Samsen Road (near Samsen Soi 9).
- Opening hours: Krua Apsorn in Dinso Road: 10:30 am – 20:30/ 8:30 pm. Krua Apsorn in Samsen Road: 10.30 am – 20.00/ 8 pm. Both are closed on Sundays.
- Krua Apsorn’s Official Webpage
- Reviews of Krua Aprsorn on TripAdvisor
4. Thip Samai – Bangkok’s Best Pad Thai
The small restaurant Thip Samai apparently has the best Pad Thai in Bangkok! Not bad considering that they sell Pad Thai EVERYWHERE in this city 🙂 . So we had high expectations about this Pad Thai, and it did not disappoint!
So is it the best in Bangkok? Impossible to say, but we have eaten a lot of Pad Thais over the years, and this one is seriously delicious!
We usually have one “Superb Pad Thai with small prawns wrapped with egg” (90 Baht = US$ 2,70) and one “Pad Thai Song-Kreung with fresh deep-sea prawns, crabmeat, sliced squid, and sliced mango with noodle” (300 Baht = US$ 9).
Thip Samai also has the most amazing orange juice I have ever tasted! It was so fresh and full of flavor! I could just feel its healthfulness as I was drinking it, filling me up with vitamin C.
So when visiting Thip Samai, make sure to order the orange juice and not just another Singha (which you can buy everywhere in Thailand).
The first time we ate Pad Thai at Thip Samai was on a Night Tour with Tuk-Tuk, which you can read about here. We have been back several times after that! 🙂
Thip Samai has become very popular, and for a good reason, as their Pad Thai is fantastic. They now have six restaurants in Bangkok, and you can find Thip Samai in the shopping malls Icon Siam (6th floor) and Siam Paragon (G floor, Paragon Food Hall).
However, this article does focus on the original Thip Samai restaurant Pra-Too-Pee, and all photos are from that restaurant.
- Address: 313 Th Maha Chai, Banglamphu (the original Thip Samai restaurant), close to the Democracy Monument, Wat Saket/ Golden Mountain, and The Giant Swing.
- How to get there: You can take the metro (MRT) to Sam Yot MRT Station (an 8-min walk from Thip Samai Restaurant). Or you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk or use the app Grab.
- Opening hours: 10:00 am until midnight every day.
- Thip Samai’s Official Webpage
- Reviews of Thip Samai on TripAdvisor
5. Raan Jay Fai – Michelin Star Street Food
Located in the same street as Thip Samai (the restaurant above at no. 4), the Raan Jay Fai is the only street food restaurant in Bangkok to be awarded a Michelin Star.
The restaurant is owned and run by the 75-year-old woman Jay Fai, and she actually makes all the dishes herself wearing her signature black goggles and a black beanie. She is a real character! Even the late Anthony Bourdain has eaten here.
The restaurant has been serving crab omelets for many years, as it was established by Jay Fais’s father seventy years ago. They mainly make seafood dishes, and their specialties and must-tries are crab omelets, crab curries, and dry congee, all wok over a coal fire.
Their most famous signature dish is the Thai Crab Omelette Kai-Jeaw Poo, a big roll of egg with big chunks of delicious, juicy, and soft crab meat fried over a coal fire. The crab omelet is not the cheapest in Bangkok, however, and costs 1000 Baht = US$30. But for the amount of crab meat that you get in the omelet, it is not that expensive in my opinion as crab meat is in general expensive.
Other famous dishes are Tom Yum Goong soup (typical Thai seafood soup) and Drunken Noodles.
Receiving a Michelin Star has not been all positive for Jay Fai and her little restaurant. One consequence is the overwhelming amount of customers that want to eat here every day. So it is highly recommended that you book a table (send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone them on 02 223 9384). They have a waiting list for walk-in customers but expect to wait two to four hours to get a seat.
After you are seated and have placed your order, you have to wait (at least one hour) for the food to arrive as Jay Fai makes all the dishes herself.
We actually gave up the wait and went over to the neighbor Thip Samai as we simply got too hungry…. 🙂
PS! This is a cash-only place, so bring cash as they don´t accept credit cards!
- Address: 327 Mahachai Road (at the intersection with Samranrat Road), next to Thip Samai restaurant
- How to get there: Take the metro (MRT) to Sam Yot MRT Station (an 8-min walk from Jay Fai Restaurant). Or you can take a taxi or tuk-tuk or use the app Grab.
- Opening hours: 09:00 am – 20:30/ 8:30 pm (last order 8 pm). Closed every Monday and Tuesday.
- Jay Fai on Instagram
- Reviews on TripAdvisor
6. Ros Dee Deed by Nop (former Rod Dee Det)
For over five decades, Rod Dee Det, a Bangkok institution, served its classic noodle dishes from its humble restaurant at Siam Square. It was a great place to have authentic, tasty Thai beef noodle soup just steps away from the shopping malls, and we’d always stop by whenever we were in this part of town. After a small change of location in 2017, they sadly closed down their Siam Square shop permanently in 2021.
However, Rod Dee Det isn’t gone, with a new generation taking over and a name change to Ros Dee Deep by Nop, the classic noodle shop is now in the Sam Yang area. Here Nop is continuing his father’s restaurant legacy.
We haven’t been to the new location ourselves yet (but we will very soon), but the word is that this new shop has retained its focus on high-quality beef noodles and is well worth a visit, even if the location is not the most convenient.
You can now choose among more types of beef, including wagyu beef and ribeye options. and the ribeye noodles are said to be fantastic. We will update this article once we’ve had a chance to try them ourselves!
- Adress: 1125 – 1127 Soi Chula 9, Rama IV Road
- How To Get There: Take the MRT to the Samyan Station, then walk west along Rama IV (about 8-10 minutes)
- Opening hours: 10:00 am – 10 pm every day
- Website: Ros Dee Deed
7. Somtum Der – Bangkok’s Best Som Tam (Papaya Salad)
Somtum Der is a small cozy restaurant serving delicious northeast Isaan Thai food. The restaurant has a great and cozy outside area where you can sit and eat and drink their tasty martinis of vodka and lemongrass or Rosella. Somtum Der has even got a mention in the Michelin Guide.
Their specialty is the Som Tam/ Som Tum (Papaya Salad), of which they have ten versions on the menu.
The easiest for beginners is the Tum Thai, the base papaya salad made with papaya, limes, tomato, chilies, peanuts, and palm sugar. The Tum Thai Kai Kem with salted boiled egg and the Tum Kor Moo Yang with savory grilled pork neck is also delicious!
However, all of the Som Tams are quite spicy, even the one-chili versions are hot, but you can ask for a non-spicy version (as I do 🙂 ). I am not that good at eating spicy food, but I try. Espen has no problem eating spicy food, but he sweats a lot! 🙂 Whatever Som Tam you try, order the black or regular sticky rice and dip it into the leftover sauce. Yummy!
The real star on the Somtum Der`s menu is the Moo Ping Kati Sod, thin-sliced pork (or beef) skewers marinated in coconut milk and then grilled until the marinade caramelizes. Served with nests of coconut-scented rice noodles. So tasty! Also, the house’s special grilled marinated Pork is delicious!
Somtum Der also has desserts on the menu, like the Thai-styled Ice Kajang, a dish that looks intimidating and impressive but is mostly air. Harder to get past is its flavor. Let’s just say that if you’re a real fan of white bread and pink bubble gum, this is probably the desert for you! 🙂
Somtum Der is an affordable, friendly place with delicious and authentic North Isaan Thai food. The atmosphere is great! They also have a restaurant in New York, Ho Chi Minh, and Tokyo with the same name.
- Address: 5/5 Sala Daeng Road, Silom. They also have a newly opened restaurant in Thonglor: 351/2 Sukhumvit 55 (take the Skytrain to Thong Lo station).
- How to get there: Take the sky train to Silom station, and walk from there (very short).
- Opening hours: Both restaurants: 11:00 am – 14:30/ 2:30 pm & 16:30/4:30 pm – 22:30/ 10:30 pm (last order at 22:00/ 10 pm) every day
- Somtum Der’s Official Web page
- Reviews of Somtum Der on TripAdvisor
8. Baan Somtum
Somtum means green papaya salad, and is one of the Thai dishes that are most famous and popular in Thailand. As the name implies, the Baan Somtum Thai restaurant’s signature dish is the Somtum – Thai Papaya Salad. And it is absolutely delicious!
Baan Somtum is also mentioned in the Michelin Guide.
Of course, we did try their famous Somtum/ papaya salad, with green papayas, tomatoes, lime, garlic, chilis, dried shrimps, fried peanuts. It is usually a side dish eaten with, for instance, chicken or soup. The dish originally comes from the Northern part of Thailand, the Isaan.
Baan Somtum is a cozy restaurant with a cozy atmosphere and interior design. It is not a street-food kind of restaurant, and you sit at proper tables and chairs, and the restaurant is nicely cooled by air conditioning.
Their menu is quite extensive, and they do have other things on their menu in addition to somtum, like different sorts of fish, meat, soups, and stir-fried Thai dishes. They also have many (I counted over 30…) different types of somtum/ papaya salad, and you can choose between various meat, vegetables, and seafood. Be aware that papaya salads are quite spicy. But you might ask the waitress if you want a milder one.
We also tried Baan Somtum’s Pomelo salad, as I love the pomelo fruit. It was perfect too!
Baan Somtum has ten restaurants all across Bangkok. We visited their original restaurant at Sathorn (Pramuan Rd). Check their webpage for the other locations.
- Address Baan Somtum in Sathorn: 9/1, Soi Pramuan Rd, Sri Wiang Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok
- How to get there: Take the sky train to BTS Surasak Station, and walk from there (a 10-min walk).
- Opening hours Baan Somtum in Sathorn: 11:00 am – 21:00/ 9 pm (last order 20:30/ 8:30 pm)
- Baan Somtum’s Official Web page
- Reviews of Somtum Der on TripAdvisor
9. Wattana Panich In Ekkamai – Bangkok’s Best Beef Noodle Soup
Wattana Panich has been serving delicious beef noodles for over sixty years and is like an institution in Bangkok. You can smell the big pot of juicy beef simmering in a gigantic pot as you walk on the Ekkamai Soi 18 street.
The broth simmers for hours and thickens with flavors of spices like cinnamon, star anise, and goji berries, herbs, beef, and vegetables. Actually, the rumors have it that their broth boils non-stop 24/7, and it is tasty and thick.
Wattana has nothing fancy about it. It is housed in a typical old-school Chinese shophouse, charming and worn-down.
Eating at the wobbly and unstable metal tables and small chairs is a part of the eating experience at Wattana. This is probably exactly how the locals ate their beef noodle soup here sixty years ago too.
Wattana Panich has even been mentioned by Michelin several times.
The noodles are perfectly cooked, and together with the tender and marinated beef slices, it is the ultimate beef noodle soup experience if you ask me. The meat is so tender that it falls from the bone. Just how we like it!
Wattana Panich also has other things on their menu, but if you want to try out their signature dish (which I recommend), it is no. 6 on the menu – Kuay Teow Neua Or Thai Beef Noodles – “Large/ Small/ fine noodles served with sliced beef, stewed beef, and beef balls.” You can choose this dry or in a soup. We went for the soup version, and it was heavenly delicious.
Other things on their menu include:
- Kuay Trow Pae/ goat stew
- Gao-Lao (sliced beef, stewed beef, and beef balls soup served with rice)
- Lad-Na (noodles with gravy, Chinese broccoli, and a selection of beef, port, chicken, or shrimp)
- Pad-Si-Iew (friend noodles with Chinese broccoli, egg, and a selection of beef, pork, chicken, or shrimp)
- Fried rice (with beef, pork, chicken, or shrimp)
- Kao-Na-Gai (chicken and mushroom dish with rice)
- Pad-Woon-Sen (glass noodles fried with a selection of beef, pork, chicken, or shrimp)
- Sykiyaki Pot (hot pot with beef and vegetables)
- Kah-Moo (Chinese pork stew with rice)
Goat meat is a bit unusual in Bangkok and can be hard to find, especially at typical Thai restaurants. So if you are a goat meat lover, you should definitely try the goat stew or Kuay Trow Pae at Wattana Panich.
To top it off, you can go for one of their two dessert options – Jelly with rambutan or coconut milk pudding with fruit salad.
Why not try one of their special juices, like longan juice, roselle juice, or chrysanthemum tea. We had the roselle juice, and it was great. They also have different types of soda, tea, and water.
- Address: 336-338 Ekkamai Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey Nuea, Bangkok
- How to get there: Take the Skytrain to Ekkamai BTS Station, and walk from there (a 20 min walk). Or take a taxi or Grab.
- Opening hours: 10:00 – 20:30 every day
- Reviews of Wattana Panich on TripAdvisor
10. Blue Elephant
Blue Elephant is an upscale Thai restaurant housed in a beautiful old Thai Chinese building constructed in 1903. This is one seriously charming Thai restaurant; the decor, the atmosphere, the cutlery, the service, and of course the delicious authentic Thai food.
There are actually nine Blue Elephant restaurants across Europe, the Middle East, and Bangkok. The owner and Master Chef Nooror Somany-Steppe is world-famous for her Royal Thai cooking.
Be aware that men have to wear pants for dinner in the evening, but shorts at lunch is ok (if you show up in shorts in the evening, you can borrow pants at the restaurant).
The prices are a bit higher here than at the more common Thai cafes/ restaurants in Bangkok, but you come here for the total package and experience. This is the place for special occasions. However, it is a bit touristy so it can be crowded, especially when big tour groups visit the restaurant. And yes, Blue Elephant even has a gift shop 🙂 .
We went there for lunch and had Chicken Cashew and Red Curry, and it was excellent.
Blue Elephant also has a famous Thai cooking school where you will learn to make some of Thailand’s most iconic dishes at a dazzling, century-old mansion. The cooking class starts with a visit to a local market where you pick up all the ingredients you need for your Thai cooking. This is a 4-hour Thai cooking course, from 8:45 AM until 13:00/ 1:00 PM. And best of all, you get the secret Blue Elephant recipes so that you can cook delicious and authentic Thai food when you get back home. Perfect!
Click here for information and availability on the Blue Elephant Thai Cooing Course
You will also find a small shop at the Blue Elephant restaurant, where they sell ingredients and do-it-yourself packages so that you can make their delicious Thai dishes at home. These packages are sold all over the world, even back home in Norway. We have made their Red curry, Green Curry, and Pad Thai at home, and it is almost as good as in the restaurant!
Blue Elephant also has restaurants in Phuket in Southern Thailand, Malta, and Copenhagen in Denmark.
- Address: 233 South Sathorn Road
- How to get there: Take the BTS Skytrain to Surasak BTS Station and walk from there (a few minutes walk)
- Opening hours: 11:30 – 21:00 every day
- Blue Elephant´s Web page
- Reviews of Blue Elephant Bangkok on TripAdvisor
Food Tours In Bangkok
It can be a bit overwhelming getting the hang of Thai cuisine with all its different courses and street food. A good idea is to join a food tour that takes you to some food markets and local Thai restaurants to get an introduction to Thai cuisine. Here are some excellent food tours that we recommend:
Chef-Designed Bangkok Food Tour For 8 Exclusive Guests
This Chef-Designed Bangkok Food Tour For 8 Exclusive Guests takes you to the best of Bangkok’s Chinatown street food. On this 4-hour afternoon food adventure (16:00/ 4 pm – 20:00/ 8 pm), you will explore the backstreets and alleys of Old Bangkok, and try over 16 dishes at small street stalls and eateries. The uniqueness of this food tour is that it has been carefully designed by a Bangkok chef who grew up in Chinatown and knows all its foodie’s gems.
Click here for information and availability on the Chef-Designed Bangkok Food Tour
4-Hour Food Tour with Klong Boat Ride
Why not combine two of the things that Bangkok is most famous for – street food and canal boat ride! This 4-hour food tour with Klong boat ride is a great food tour where you will explore Bangkok on a Klong boat on the canals that run through the city. Along the way, you will learn about local life and the history and culture of Thai cuisine from your local professional English-speaking guide. You will get to try 15 different dishes and drinks selected by a chef. This is a 4-hour day tour, from 10:00 am until 14:00/ 2 pm.
Click here for more information and availability on the Food Tour With Klong Canal Boat
We simply LOVE Thai food, and we highly recommend these places to eat tasty and authentic Thai food! They all have delicious and freshly made Thai food, although at different price ranges and different “settings.”
These places are not typically tourist sites, so you can get authentic, delicious Thai food, where the local Thais eat.
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The many markets around Bangkok is also an excellent place to eat Thai food, and many of the shopping malls have great food courts with delicious Thai food.
If you want to learn how to make your own Thai food, there are some excellent Thai Cooking classes in Bangkok.
Here are some great books about Thai food, with easy and delicious recipes (click on the pictures to read more about the books):
Where To Stay In Bangkok
Bangkok offers a wide selection of accommodation for all budgets, and you will have plenty of choices when it comes to finding the right place to stay.
Bangkok is pretty affordable when it comes to accommodation, so you can get some really good deals and even find five stars hotels very cheap compared to other places in the world. However, accommodation prices do vary greatly with the season.
Below are some of our favorite hotels in Bangkok. We have stayed at all of the hotels below.
If you’d like to stay along the river without breaking the bank, the Avani Riverside hotel is a great alternative to the usual riverside luxury hotels. Rooms are super comfortable with fantastic views overlooking the Chao Phraya River and the fantastic rooftop infinity pool is probably our favorite in Bangkok.
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Hotel Muse is a cool and unique boutique hotel, perfectly located in the center of Bangkok within easy walking distance of Chit Lom Skytrain station. The rooms are elegant with a classic Thai inspired decor, comfortable beds and gorgeous bathrooms with a deep bathtub.. There is a rooftop bar, a pool and a fitness center. We spent Christmas here a few years ago, and was very happy with our choice of hotel.
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If you’re looking for a mid-range option close to Bangkok’s famous Khao San area, then the Casa Nithra comes highly recommended. The rooftop swimming pool is lovely, the rooms comfortable and the breakfast has plenty of options. It’s located in a quiet area, yet Khao San is just an easy walk away.
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Hotel Icon is a small hotel centrally located on Sukhumvit road. The rooms are fresh and modern, big and comfortable with all the usual comforts such as flat-screen tv, aircon, and free Wi-Fi. The rooftop swimming pool is great!
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⇒ For more accommodation options and tips on which areas of Bangkok that suit you best, read our complete guide to where to stay in Bangkok.
What To Bring To Bangkok
Bangkok is hot all year round and gets very humid during the rainy season from June to October. Below are some of the essentials you need before heading to Bangkok, along with some links to Amazon.com for more information.
- Travel Insurance – Bangkok has some excellent international hospitals, but they aren’t cheap. In fact, Thailand is among the world’s most expensive places to be hospitalized. With travel insurance costing just a few dollars a day and potentially saving you thousands of dollars if something happens, you really can’t afford to go without.
- Filtered Water Bottle – The tap water in Bangkok is not safe to drink. To help save the environment and reduce the serious problem of plastic bottle waste, consider bringing a filtered water bottle such as the Lifestraw Filtered Water Bottle.
- Noise-canceling headphones – While not strictly necessary, I’m not getting on a 10+ hour flight again without my noise-canceling headphones!
- Sunscreen – Sunscreen lotion often contains whitening in Thailand, so bring some from home.
- Walking sandals – A good pair of walking shoes are an absolute must. We have been using our Teva sandals for years.
- Clothes for temples – For entry into religious temples and the King’s Palace, you need to wear long trousers and a top/ t-shirt that covers your shoulders. We recommend getting something light and breathable that packs down small.
- Power adapter – Make sure you can use your electronic devices in Thailand by bringing a travel power adapter. Our favorite is the FosPower Fuse. It is small, light, and sturdy and can charge USB devices.
- Sunglasses – Bring a good pair of sunglasses.
- Walk-around day pack – A small walk-around day pack is highly recommended. We travel with Osprey travel backpacks; that come with a practical detachable daypack. For stand-alone daypacks, we like the Pacsafe Venturesafe with its anti-theft design.
- Camera – Don’t forget a camera to document your adventures in Bangkok! Check out our article on what camera gear to bring traveling for our recommendations 🙂
We used the Lonely Planet`s Thailand travel guide on our trip. You can get that and other great books at Amazon.com (affiliate links).
Where is your favorite place to eat in Bangkok? What is your favorite Thai food dish? Please leave a comment in the comment area below! If you like this blog post and find it useful, please share and like it on social media! Thank you so much! 🙂
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Maria, You’ve definitely made my mouth water! I would love to go to all these eateries, especially the gourmet restaurant! Yum. Sometimes, we feel like we are ‘stuck” in Europe. I know, bummer, right? But we miss Asia so much, especially when we read posts such as yours. Thanks!
Thank you so much Corinne!
Yeah, the gourmet restaurant is really worth a visit! We took my brother and his girlfriend there on their last evening in Bangkok. Such a nice end to a great holiday! 🙂
I am such a huge fan of the amazing street food Bangkok has to offer. I’m definitely staying close to Sukhumvit Soi 38 next time I’m there! Mango sticky rice… sigh.
Yep, the street food in Bangkok is amazing, especially at Soi 38! We were actually at Soi 38 yesterday evening. Had some delicious Massaman chicken curry and of course mango with sticky rice and coconut milk for dessert :).
Why did I have to read this at 1 AM, ahhhhhhhh 😛
Seriously though, Bangkok ad Thailand in general is so cool for having eateries like this. Hope they pull through the tough times they’re having right now!
Hehe, I have the same “problem” Caroline, surfing around on the internet too late while I should be sleeping :).
Yeah, the political situatuion is a bit rough here in Thailand now, but it seems like people are going about their daily life as usual. The only thing is the curfew, none are allowed to go outside between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., and all the restaurants, shops and street food close 8 p.m.
Hi,interesting to read of a curfew in 2014-is this still the case?? I was looking forward to night markets and soaking up the atmosphere,will this all still be possible? We are visiting in April and will be there for their New Year.
The curfew was only in effect for a few weeks in January 2014. You should have no problems when you visit in April.
Have a great trip to Bangkok! 🙂
Oh my.. I’m hungry now with all this gorgeous pics of Thai food (one of my favorites!). I’ll be in Bangkok later on this year and can’t wait to eat cheap street food! That pad Thai from Thip Samai looks sooo good and unique. I’ll definitely have to bookmark this.
Bangkok is such a great place to find delicious and cheap streetfood! Yep, the Pad Thai at Thip Samai might be Bangkoks best so you should definitely try it! And not to mention their orange juice, it is the best I have ever had! Have a fantastic trip to Bangkok!
Oh yummy. Everything looks so good and delicious. Saving this! Thanks for linking up to the #SundayTraveler! See you next week 🙂
Thank you Adelina! 🙂 Nice to meet you through #SundayTraveler!
Love this info, thanks! Just want to let you know that it’s very hard to read your site – the little toolbar with links for Facebook, Pinterest, etc. covers up quite a bit of the left margin, and the “Nerd Nomads” covers most of the rest. I’ve got about an inch of reading room to get to the left margin of your text. I’m heading to Bangkok for the first time in December and have made note of a lot of your suggestions. Thank you!
Thanks for telling us! Could you tell me what you are using to read our site. Is it a laptop or a mobile? If so what model etc.. It would really help us get to the bottom of why it is not displaying properly for you. Thanks!
Happy, you found the article useful though!
Hey Maria! I’m using Chrome on an older Macbook Air. I took a screen shot. If you email me your email address (mine is above) I can send it to you so you can see what I’m seeing. Hope it helps!!
Oh my goodness… All this Thai food makes me want to hop on plane to Thailand just to eat! I’ve been to several of these places, but Thip Samai is new to me and absolutely a place I will visit next time I’m in town.
Ah, we love Thai food too! Probably our favourite food. You should definitely check out Thip Samai, love their Pad Thai and fresh orange juice!
The first meal we ever had in Thailand was at Bangrak – it set the standards very high for the rest of our trip! Absolutely delicious!
So glad your liked Bangrak Karianne! We love it too, their Thai food is the best! 😀 I would say it is a little Thai food gem in Bangkok.
Just been to Soi 38 after reading this post, the mango sticky rice was delicious, mmmmm!
Wow, so glad to hear that we inspired you to visit Soi 38. Thanks for commenting Helen! It means a lot to get this kind of feedback from our readers! Happy to hear that you liked the mango sticky rice as much as I do. 😀
This is a very detailed post and my food guide when visiting Bangkok. Thanks Maria.
Thank you Karthik! Glad to be of help. Hope you will like these restaurants and their food as much as we do. Happy travels!
Tried #4 today. Food is ok..like home-cooked food…their staff need to improve either their English or improve their service. We ordered the chicken wings…and reminded them again when they asked about the last order. In the end, they still miss out and told me kitchen closed already. That affect the overall dining experience!
Oh no Rine, I can`t believe you got such bad service at Kalpapruek. 🙁 So sorry to hear that, we never had any problems on our many visits there. Well, glad to hear that the food you got was ok though.
Silom and Hua Lamphong are not stations on the sky train, they are stations on the MRT.
Thanks for catching our mistake, you are absolutely right. We will correct it in our article. Thanks! 🙂
Awesome link, thanks for sharing! Will be checking some of these places out!!
I totally disagree on Cafe Bangrak. Here is my review of Cafe Bangrak:
“I have seen good reviews of Bangkok Cafe (4-6 Soi Saladang, Silom Rd, Bangkok), so I went here on the evening of April 18, 2016. Ordered an Isaan seafood salad, a Panang beef curry, 1 small steamed rice, a small coke, and a juice. Dishes were really small and the bill was a whopping 585 baht! Ridiculous. Biggest problem: Seafood salad was 90% glass noodles with 1 small mussel, 1 shrimp, and about 4 small pieces of squid. Thats it. And so sour we (me, expert in Thai food with my Thai friend) could hardly eat this overly sour salad. The mint leaves on the salad was so old and tired.
The beef curry was so salty it was also hard to eat. Service and ambience acceptable but not memorable. Me and my friend will NEVER return! The bill was inflated and I should have complained. Guess they added 20% service charge! Stay away!”
Thanks for the review Peter! Sorry to hear that you had a bad experience at BangRak.
The problem with making restaurant recommendations is that things often change fast in the restaurant business. Chefs leave or the owner gets lazy once the restaurant becomes popular. It seems their standards may have slipped since last we visited.
We are planning an updated edition of this article soon and we appreciate the honest feedback!
Thanks for the tip about your Thai food map. Unfortunately, I don`t speak French, so hope you will translate it to English.
Glad we could give you some tip about new places in Bangkok to eat delicious Thai food.
Wanted to know if there are great places to have authentic thai breakfast on Sukhumvit. Or the neighbouring hoods.
Sorry, I don`t know where you can eat authentic Thai breakfast in the Sukhumvit area. But many of these places mentioned in this article also serve breakfast.
Good luck with finding an authentic Thai breakfast place!
I shouldn’t have read this as I am so craving Thai food right now! Loved the blog and picked up some information I never knew. Thank you so much Maria!
Hehe, good to hear, I always have a craving for Thai food. 🙂
Thank you so much for your nice comment, Walter!
I am planning to visit Bangkok in October, Please guide me where should i stay so that i can easily visit these places.
These places to eat Thai food are located in different areas of Bangkok. I recommend that you stay close to a Skytrain or metro station. That way you can easily and cheaply get around the city.
We have written an article of our favourite areas and hotels in Bangkok: https://nerdnomads.com/where-to-stay-in-bangkok. Hope you find some tips and hotels there.
Have a great trip to Bangkok!
Is Bamee Sawang still open? It’s marked as permanently closed on Google – I hope not!!
As far as I have been able to discover they have closed their old restaurant near the train station and moved to 982 Phetchaburi Road (the sign is on the glass door rather than on the main sign above so you have to look for it).
I haven’t yet been able to confirm this 100% myself but that is what I am hearing. If you go there let me know 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences. My partner and I went to a few of these restaurants and were delighted with how amazing the food was!
Awwww, great to hear that you liked the food! We are going back to Bangkok in February, looking forward to eat delicious Thai food at these places again.
Thanks for commenting!
It looks like geat places to visit. During my next trip to Bangkok i will definately visit one or two from that list. Thx.
Thank you so much, Lukasz! We are going back to Bangkok next week, hope to add some more places to this list.
Soi 38 Street food is very much still in operation. A section of the food stalls shifted out, but some of the best ones are still there.
Hmm, yes we have heard that too, that there are a few food stalls left at Soi 38. We have unfortunately not had the time to check it out ourselves yet since the closedown.
Thanks for commenting with this information!
Loved the article but I feel something got missed out and that would be the Bang Rak market. Its nestled in between Charoen 46 and 44. Although it’s not opened at night and only serve in the morning they do some awesome breakfast at local Thai prices. Living across the river I usually shop here mornings for the best meats and fish. Have not found any other place more fresh at those prices. The Rice Porridge right at the corner is so good! And I noticed they have opened up a cooking school as well. Am hoping to have a look inside next time I am around as it looks rather interesting.
Thank you so much for the tip about Bang Rak Market. Will definitely check it out. We really like the Klong Toey Market which also is packed with fresh food.
I had my first solo travel in 2015 just for 6 days in Bangkok but it was too short that I think I wasn’t able to get around. There are several places to explore. Yes, I’ve tried their food but not that much. Next time in few months, I want to go there again. I am excited to try these recommendations of yours. Bangkok, here I come! Thailand is huge I also want to visit Chiang Mai.
Ah, we simply love Bangkok, so I can totally get that you want to head back to this awesome city! Thai food is my favorite and Bangkok is THE place to find the best Thai food.
You should also visit some of the many great food markets in Bangkok.
I have unfortunately not been to Chiang Mai yet, but it`s on my bucket list too. Thanks for commenting and have a great trip back to Thailand in the near future!
Thanks for the tips! So much good food in Bangkok. Love the papaya salads and noodle soups!
I agree, Thai food in Bangkok is the best! I am not that fond of Papaya Salad as it is too spicy for me, but Noodle Soups…..mmmmm….love it! 🙂
There are a lot of decent and delicious street food outside famous restaurant. Some of them are more tastier but lack of well advertising. If any of you are about to visit Bangkok and want to try tasty street food, just feel free to ask me.
Note : Sky train near Bangrak area is Taksin station, not Silom station. 😀
Thanks for your blog, few interesting articles.
I just want to recommend another place that is more contemporary. The best food market of sukhumvit road was onnut market. but unfortunately they closed it to build a condo ;-((. But this market “moved” to a new place that is defiantly more modern but still interested : W district. It is a bit like a food court but open air. BTS Prakanong. I really recommend it.
Thank you so much, and thanks for the tips about the food market W district! Will definitely check it out when we get back to Bangkok in January/ February.
Happy travels! 🙂
I think you should edit this list. At your recommendation, we tried La Table de Tee hoping for amazing Thai food. Unfortunately they weren’t serving Thai food. The prix fixe menu was strictly western: tomato risotto, rainbow trout, lamb rack and angus beef. Because they don’t have an a la carte menu, we were stuck with that. The restaurant is very good and the food is nice, but you should probably remove it from a list of “favorite places to eat Thai food in. Bangkok” so that others don’t go there expecting Thai food.
Thank you for pointing this out! You are absolutely right, the chef at the La Table de Tee restaurant is Thai but he has worked at five stars gourmet restaurants in Europe for many years so he serves a fusion of Thai and Western food. We have gotten some Thai food every time we have visited this restaurant, but the chef changes the set menu every day. But you are right, this is not a “normal” Thai food restaurant as the other restaurants on this list. We will consider taking it out of the list, but we love La Table de Tee and find the food excellent even though it is not only traditional Thai food.
We are heading back to Bangkok in February so will update this guide then.
Thanks for commenting! Hope you had a great trip to Bangkok and Thailand! 🙂
just read your articles, it’s great that you share the list of food places in Bankok. I recently visit Bangkok with my family, and I love street food. Next time whenever I visit Bangkok, I will try to follow the list you shared
Thank you so much! The street food in Bangkok is the best! Thai food is our favorite, and we eat like crazy whenever we are in Bangkok. 🙂
Happy travels! 🙂
Hi, I noted that you were returning in Feb and would be updating. Have you done so.
Sorry, not yet. We are in Kuala Lumpur right now, a bit behind our original schedule. We will be heading to Bangkok in a couple of weeks and update this post.
My wife and I usually stick to street food. Being Isaan, her favorite is Som Tum Papaya. She loves durian also. I love Khao Pad Boo the most, but Larb Moo and Pad Krapow are close behind.
I totally agree that the street food in Thailand is amazing! Lucky you who get to learn about Thai food and the culture from a local. Thanks for the tips about Thai dishes, will definitely try them out when we head to Bangkok in two weeks. Can`t wait to eat lots of delicious Thai food again! 🙂
Ahh, the food! Just returned from first trip to Bangkok. Thanks for your insights! Of your recommendations, tried La Table de Tee, Thip Samai, Somtum Der and Cafe Bangrak. Each were as good as you claimed. I also enjoyed sampling various Thai dishes at Than Ying, The Local and Blue Elephant, which offers a fabulous lunch menu. Dining alone, prefer restaurants that offer a sample plate or lunch menu that allows me to try as much as possible by eating smaller portions. For sweets, I recommend Yenly Yours’ F5 – mango smoothie with sago topped with coconut. Look forward to trying even more places on my next trip!
Hi Miss Nanners,
Wow, sounds like you had an awesome trip to Bangkok! So happy to hear that you found our article about where to eat Thai food in Bangkok inspirational and liked the restaurants you visited!
Thank you so much for your tips about other places to eat! Mmmm that mango smoothie with sago topped with coconut sounds delicious! I love mango! 🙂 We are actually in Bangkok right now trying out new restaurants to add to this list, will definitely check out your restaurant tips.
Thanks for commenting! You are awesome! 🙂
Will definitely try to find these places as I make my way to Thailand in January! Great post and lots of information 🙂
Tusen takk! Så kult at du skal til Thailand i Januar! Januar er en perfekt tid å besøke Thailand på med lite regn. Vi har akkurat kommet tilbake til Norge fra Bangkok, så vi er i ferd med å oppdatere denne artikkelen.
Ha en superfin tur til Thailand i januar!
This is very impressive and very helping blog. You explain each and every detail information best Thai Food. Thanks for sharing this blog with us. Please keep sharing more blogs Street foods.
Thank you so much! The food, and especially the street food, is one of the reasons why we love Bangkok so much.
Happy travels! 🙂
Sounds like you really enjoyed your travel in Bangkok especially the very sophisticated cuisines. This one is of great help and inspirational as well. I really appreciate this article. Thank you!
Thank you so much! We love Bangkok and we love Thai food, so it is a good match. 🙂
I love Thai local food and also love Japanese food. I always eat in koi restaurant bangkok. It’s really amazing restaurant with 39th floor city view.
Thank you for the tip on Koi Restaurant. We have not been there yet, but are heading back to Bangkok in a week or so so might check it out.
Thanks for your fantastic recommendations. Although I have already planned my itinerary for my trip to Bangkok in Jan 2019, I am very happy that I was able to include The Sixth on the day my husband and I visit Wat Pho. I hope I don’t have to spend too much time queuing for a table. Time is so precious when you’re travelling. I was also very happy to see that Rot Dee Det was in your recommendations because I too have planned to eat there, more than once, if possible! haha
Thank you so much!
The Sixth is perfect to combine with a visit to Wat Pho as it is just around the corner from Wat Pho temple (a 2 min walk). We actually have The Sixth as part of our recommended Bangkok Itinerary.
The little street where The Sixth is located also has other restaurants that you can eat at if there is a long queue at The Sixth. We have never experienced a queue at The Sixth, but it is high season in January so it might be popular.
Rot Dee Det is fabulous and a great place to pop by for some noodle soup in between the shopping in Siam area.
Have a fantastic trip to Bangkok in January and enjoy all the delicious Thai food this city has to offer! 🙂
I’m flying to Bangkok on Friday and this food guide is really helpful. Thank you 🙂
Great! Have a fantastic trip to Bangkok and enjoy all the delicious Thai food! 🙂
Thank Maria, this information is extremely useful. I intend to travel to Thailand, these suggestions will help me experience some exciting activities in Thailand. ?
Thank you so much, Truc!! Have a fantastic trip to Thailand and enjoy the delicious Thai food!
I had my first solo travel last summer, just for 3 days in Bangkok but it was too short that I think I wasn’t able to get around. There are several places to explore. I’ve tried their food but not that much. Next summer in few weeks, I want to go there again. I am excited to try these recommendations of yours. Bangkok, here I come! Thailand is huge I also want to visit Chiang Mai, Pattaya….
I totally get that three days in Bangkok felt a bit too short. There are so many cool things to do in this amazing and vibrant city! Glad to hear that you are heading back to Bangkok next summer!
Have unfortunately not been to Chiang Mai yet, but I´ve heard that it´s beautiful. We are going to Thailand next week and are planning on visiting both the south and north part over the next couple of months. Can´t wait! Have been to Pattaya before, though, did not like it that much….
Have a great trip to Thailand next summer!
FYI, I am at the 6th restaurant right now and asked the Waitress if they serve massaman curry because it’s not on the menu. She said sorry, but no. Perhaps it’s been removed. So I’ll be having the chicken penang curry instead. Just thought it might be an important update. Best to you!
Thank you so much for this updated info about the menu at the 6th restaurant. Ah, so sad to hear that they don´t serve Massaman Curry anymore as it was my favorite and I loved it. The Chicken Penang Curry at the 6th is delicious too, though, so you made an excellent choice. 🙂
We are heading to Bangkok in a couple of weeks (are in Phuket right now) and will definitely eat at the 6th.
Takk for tips både til ting å gjøre, bosted og mat. Vi bor på SO Sofitel og det er helt strålende. Må bare legge til vi spiste på La Table de Tee i kveld – som siste spisested før hjemreise – og at de muligens må ha skiftet kjøkkensjef. Maten så helt fin ut altså, men den var dårlig sammensatt, smakløs og i tillegg altfor dyr sett opp mot kvaliteten. Får håpe de tar seg opp igjen!
Tusen takk for kommentar og hyggelig å høre at du likte SO Sofitel. Huff, ikke bra å høre at La Table de Tee var blitt så dårlig. Den brukte å være kjempebra og rimelig. Takk for at du sa i fra! Skal vurdere å slette den fra lista.
I recently came to Bangkok, sorry I did not see your article before, I really liked the local cuisine, it is very sharp, but this is its highlight!
I totally agree – Thai food is the best, and a big reason for visiting Thailand and Bangkok. Thank you so much for commenting!
All the best,
Hey team just FYI Jeib Jo Dee det isn’t in Siam anymore. Haven’t confirmed their new location in Sathorn but definitely no in Siam when I tried on 2/1/23.
Thanks for the update on Jeib Roddeedet. Sadly Jeib Roddeedet closed down during the pandemic and is no longer operating. This area of Siam (where Jeib Roddeedet was located) has gone through big renovations and changes.
We are in the process of updating this article. Some places will be cut (like obviously Jeib Roddeedet), and new places serving excellent Thai food will be added as we are soon to revisit Bangkok.
Thanks again for commenting!
All the best,