Kicking off with a hair-raising klong boat ride from Siam pier to a hidden old town district rarely visited by Westerners…..get set for the best Bangkok food tour in town.
Once the entertainment hub of the capital, this area is still the only place in the city where women are trained in the art of traditional Thai dance and you'll see the remnants of Bangkok's oldest silent cinema.
Wander through this peaceful laid-back neighourhood where you're unlikely to see another traveler and tackle the century old food market that's been feeding locals in the know since 1899.
Slurp on silky udon noodles smothered in rich beef stew, savour freshwater fish curry steamed in banana leaves, chow down on grilled Thai sausage wrapped rarities and gorge on ten other palette teasing things you'll never find alone.
Don't know where to eat in Bangkok? Join us and your taste buds won't regret it.
*Veggies are most welcome and we'll swap out the menu for meat-free good things.
**Street food vendors take time off too, so we can't promise that every tour will be the same, but fear not, the day will always be packed with good stuff.
"Nutth is a foodie, restaurateur, chef, and licensed guide with a passion for Thai cuisine and knows where to eat in Bangkok. He’s been in the game for over 20 years and what he doesn’t know about Thai food isn’t worth knowing. Join him on his epic nightly Bangkok Chinatown food tour. "
1 - 8 People
10h30 - 14h30
17 Tasting Menu
USD $55 per Person
To join the tour, use the calendar to select your date and secure your tour with your card. For special requests or private bookings, contact us.
Outside the entrance to The Palladium shopping mall entrance on Petchaburi Road and Ratchadamri Road. It's easy to reach and we'll send you more details and address on your voucher. Your guide will be wearing A Chef's Tour t-shirt.
This tour is designed for adventurous eaters with an interest in discovering the food locals eat. After the exciting klong boat ride, it’s a walking tour, but the pace is gentle, the terrain flat and there are plenty of rest (eating) stops along the way. Get set for the best street food in Bangkok.