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8 Chill Places to Visit in Bangkok For a Late Night Food Crawl
by: The Beat Asia
When the insatiable midnight hunger hits, you can check out the fridge to make a light snack, order online, or make a drive-through. But if you’re in Bangkok, there are some local eateries and restaurants that will welcome you and satisfy your all-nighter cravings.
Let’s check them out!
Hong Teong Long
Satisfy that urge to feast on Chinese dumplings when you visit Hong Teong Long located along Surawongse Road. Due to the pandemic, the store is open until 10 PM only. You can easily recognize the place by the red lanterns hanging in front of the restaurant.
Its signature and authentic Shanghai dishes are xiao long bao dumplings, red pork dish, and drunken chicken.
Location: 149/16 Soi Anumanrachaton, Surawongse
Jeh O Chula
Jeh O Chula is a family-owned restaurant in Bangkok famous for its XXL MAMA OHO noodles. This specialty is made of instant noodles, crabmeat, crispy pork, eggs, pork meatballs, succulent prawns, and Thai herbs with little spices. Its price ranges from THB120-THB800
The restaurant is open from 4:30 PM to 12 AM daily, but MAMA OHO is available from 11 PM onwards.
Location: 113 Soi Charatmeang, Rong Muang, Pathum Wan
For as low as THB31.33 you may take a bite of Ouankingpetch grilled buns. It is a grilled bread toasted on a charcoal stove that comes with different fillings including condensed milk, chocolate, chili, and egg custard. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, other flavors you might want to try are sugar and butter, strawberry jam, marmalade, honey, and pineapple.
These grilled buns cost THB25 per piece and available anytime during business hours
Location: 234 Phetchaburi Rd, Thanon Phetchaburi, Ratchathewi
A Japanese restaurant established in 1983, Ramen Tai now has five branches across Bangkok. Its menu includes the traditional shoyu ramen, tonkatsu pork ramen, tantanmen, char siu noodles, and curry ramen.
The place looks simple and minimalist but it remains one of the best places to go for a late night food trip in Bangkok because of its huge servings.
Location: 23/8-9 Thaniya Road
Famous for its palatable halal dishes, Shabeebee Roti-Cha can be found in the central part of the city. It is open until 9 PM only and offers light snacks or heavy meals for the hardworking night-shifters and hungry wanderers looking for late night food trips in Bangkok.
Its full-course meal costs THB240 , which consists of rice, Thai or Indian curries (two flavor optionsaccording to your choice), fried chicken or beef, side dishes, and tea.
Location: 22, Chula Alley 12, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan
Looking for some barbeque and Mexican snacks as comfort food? Sunrise Tacos have affordable yet excellent tasting Mexican foods including tacos, fajitas, and quesadillas made from all-natural corn tortillas.
Led by top Mexican chefs, Sunrise Tacos makes sure to use non-transgenic products without additives or preservatives. Sunrise Tacos Silom Soi branch is open 24 hours daily.
Location: Silom Soi 4, Silom Road,
Too Fast to Sleep
Before the COVID-19 pandemic hits, this is one of the best 24-hour cafés in Bangkok where night owls can chill out and savor Western-flavored desserts with coffee. Too Fast to Sleep’s best-selling foods are MAMA with sausage, homemade cookies, soft orange cake, a bite-sized spicy chicken to name a few.
Other must-try foods are pork curry, Italian pasta, homemade croissant, and French fries.
Location: 754 Rama IV Rd, Bang Rak
Wake Up Coffee
Wake Up Coffee is one of the best 24/7 coffee shops in the city with more than 12 branches across the country. The cafebelieves that good coffee comes from the finest coffee beans roasted with great care. Its coffee beans are produced by local farmers, so every time you dine or purchase a drink from them, you also support farmers’ livelihood.
Because of its chill and cozy vibes, Wake Up Coffee has become one of the go-to places for a late night food trip in Bangkok.
If you happen to pass by the café, don’t miss out on its signature beverages and desserts such as the kakigori and bingsu, which it calls the “Wake Up Snow.”
Its branches are open around the clock, except from Chiang Mai University branch and Ha Yaek Pratu Chai, Lampang branch, which are open from 7 AM-12 AM and 7 AM-8PM respectively.
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