Food Court Lunch in Bangkok – Silom Soi 10 (ศูนย์อาหาร สีลม ซอย 10)

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Silom Soi 10 is a great place to have an office style Thai street food lunch when you’re in Bangkok. Visit my blog here: http://migrationology.com/blog/

Silom (สีลม) is one of the major office business centers of Bangkok; It’s an area where thousands of people come to work each day in the countless sky rise office buildings in the area. There are many businesses and office headquarters in Silom. But the part that I’m most excited about, is not the shopping or the offices themselves, but lunch. Since there are so many people that work in Silom (สีลม) each day, that means that during the lunch rush hour, everyone is looking for some Thai street food to eat. Lining the streets in Silom during lunch, you’ll find all sorts of different restaurants and street food stalls. On this particular day, during this video, I went to a food court, at the end of Silom Soi 10 (ศูนย์อาหาร สีลม ซอย 10), I think it was called just Silom Soi 10 food court (ศูนย์อาหาร สีลม ซอย 10).

It’s almost unbelievable how many options of things you have to eat at this food court in Bangkok, it’s like a gymnasium filled with all things Thai food. The good news is, you can walk around, and try to decided what to order, and the prices are quite affordable too. You’ll find all sorts of different Thai noodles, both soup and fried, then all sorts of stir fried dishes, plus one of my personal favorites of khao gaeng, or rice and curry. But after making a few rounds around the Silom Soi 10 food court (ศูนย์อาหาร สีลม ซอย 10), I decided to go for a famous stall that was serving a dish known as ba mee moo daeng giew nam (บะหมี่หมูแดง เกี๊ยวน้ำ), Thai style yellow egg noodles with dumplings. You can either order this dish with soup inside your noodles, or you can choose to order the soup on the side. I ordered the soup on the side, which is normally the way I prefer it.

The egg noodles were nice and fresh, and then blanched so they were cooked, but still a little chewy. They came with a few small vegetables on top, and some slices of red barbecue pork on top. The ba mee moo daeng (บะหมี่หมูแดง) was mostly seasoned with toasted garlic, and just a few other light seasonings. Once I ordered my bowl, I then added in some extra seasoning to my specific liking, including some chili vinegar, and chili flakes to give it an extra boost of flavor. Both the noodles and soup were very tasty, and I especially enjoyed the dumplings. It was a nice light meal, and it cost 40 THB, which is a pretty good value for money.

If you’re looking for a great Thai food court in Bangkok, where you can taste a variety of different Thai dishes, Silom Soi 10 food court (ศูนย์อาหาร สีลม ซอย 10) is a pretty cool option during the business office lunchtime rush.

How to get there: This food court in Silom (สีลม) is located just a short walk from Chong Nonsi BTS station (although you can also walk there from Sala Daeng). Just walk to Silom Soi 10, go into the street, navigate your way through the market, and you’ll see the food court. The food court is mostly open for lunch on weekdays.

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Willie Tirasongkran says:

My young friend, you forgot to put some crusted peanuts and a little sugar in the noodle!
Whatever flavorful to you might be too spicy for others judging from the amount of dry chillies you dumped into the bowls! Since I am Chinese/Thai, I am with you and agreed 100% that the noodle and soup really looked delicious and can't wait to try some myself! Keep up the good works and videos!

Less Talk, More Delicious says:

Delicious looking area. I'm def gonna check it out.

ximena silva<3 says:

What do you do with the bowls afterwards? Do you take them back to the place where you bought your food or does someone goes pick them up from your table?

MrAnderson123 says:

Dude, I love your reviews but the face you make after eating food is so damn weird.

Mel says:

it's amazing how cheap the food is in thailand

Eric Baker says:

Just had lunch there yesterday because of this video. Had my fiancee order me some food and it turns out she coincidentally got the exact same food as Mark did.

Al Hodge says:

Man, you are making me plan to visit there after a Europe cruise just for the food. I really enjoy seeing the expression on your face, you like me, really Love food

Shaun Smith says:

do most of the street vendors speak english

‫نورا خطيب‬‎ says:

woooow Mark what can I say you relly amazing

‫نورا خطيب‬‎ says:

woooow Mark what can I say you relly amazing

Diana Rose says:

@2:00 made me laugh at first but I got teary eyed right after. I feel sorry for granny. She's already old but still working :'( She should just stay at home and rest. If I was there, I'll buy everything she was selling. What was she selling btw, Mark?

周陈斌 says:

Cheap farang in bkk

Setarabegum Begum says:

Go to Bangladesh 

Elina Gurung says:

why isnt ying eating anything

shibidi says:

Man, I miss thailand but I hate the weather there. I miss the food, shopping and my family but I prefer the California breeze.

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