Interesting Thai food and drinks you should try. If you'd rather not, check out regular Thai Street Food.

Fried Intestines

Many internal parts of animals that we don't eat in the west anymore are still eaten here in Thailand. Liver, kidneys, intestines, bowels, stomachs, in short all kinds of offal are still regularly on the menu. Kuay jab is a common type of noodle soup with offal, blood and big noodles available in specialised shops everywhere, and last week I had say palo tod (fried intestines) that tasted surprisingly well after we wrapped them in little pancakes with fresh ginger, cinnamon sauce and cucumber.

3 comments:

ravi said...

great post...

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Greek smith said...

Very Interesting thai food and drinks post.I have own thai restaurant and also i have provide the thai delivery service.

Love Wine said...

Long time i don't eat animals, i drink wine and eat vegetarian