Dünya şehirlerinde sokak lezzetleri
The scene: Despite the recent shutdown of several major food thoroughfares by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the hawkers persist—and the demand for their sour Isaan sausages, crispy-edged oyster omelets, and bubbling-hot vats of singe-your-face-off curry is higher than ever. If you’re keen to sample many foods in one shot, head to a concentrated area like Yaowarat (Chinatown), Wang Lang Market, or Victory Monument.
The dish: pla pao, whole fish stuffed with lemongrass, crusted in salt, and grilled to blackened perfection.
To eat on the street is to engage all five senses. There’s the taste and texture of the food; the smell of it (and probably diesel and charcoal); the sound of bleeping horns and meat sizzling on the grill; and the sight of elbow-to-elbow crowds and bumper
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