Top 10 cheap & best Michelin Star Bangkok street food shops that diners must wait in line
Bangkok has many restaurants that have been awarded Michelin gold stars – the most prestigious and prestigious star in the culinary world – and has been dubbed the culinary paradise of Southeast Asia and Asia. You’ll be surprised to learn that Bangkok’s Michelin-starred restaurants range from luxurious establishments to inexpensive and popular street eateries; the common thread among these establishments is delicious food, which sometimes requires diners to wait in long lines to enjoy. If you’re still wondering where to eat in Bangkok, follow Focus Asia Travel to some of the city’s most prestigious restaurants. Now, let’s take a look at our top 10 best Michelin Star restaurants in Bangkok, which include Thai Street Food Michelin Star (Michelin Star Bangkok street food) restaurants where customers must queue to dine.
Mr Joe Crispy Pork (Bib Gourmand)
Guay Jub Mr Joe is another name for this restaurant. The rice noodles blended in the broth with their own recipe are considered the shop’s “signature” dish. You may have noticed that dishes with the word “signature” are the best and most special dishes at eateries and restaurants.
The rice noodles are also served with roasted pork belly, also known as “moo krob,” which has a crispy skin but tender meat and fat. The diners are addicted to this dish because of the way Mr. Joe tastes the spices for the broth and how the pork is roasted. The majority of diners who come here must order an additional plate of roasted meat. This flavor will stick with you because of the sour and sour vinegar, green onion, and spicy hot peppers.
One cup of soup adds price only from 61 THB (about $1.95), and an extra plate of roasted meat only from 57 THB (about $1.82). Cheap, delicious and attracts customers.
Guay Jub Mr. Joe
Address: 46 Chan 44, Khwaeng Wat Phraya Krai, Khet Bang Kho Laem, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10120, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 213 3007
Hours, last order: 8 am – 4:30 pm (4:30 pm)
Price: Less than 200 THB
Baan (Bib Gourmand)
Located on Witthayu Road, opposite Lumphini Park, Baan specializes in Thai-style family-style meals. Chef Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajohn always wants to preserve and introduce to visitors dishes that are associated with his childhood and daily life. However, he brought in his own recipes to make the dishes unique, featuring Baan.
Come to Baan, don’t forget to order beef braised with green curry, fresh vegetable salad or roasted lamb chops with cereals. Surely, beef braised with green curry will make you flutter, soft beef, greasy and fatty curry with coconut milk, vegetables and spicy peppers. A very interesting answer to the question: “What to eat in Bangkok?”.
Address: 139/5 Wireless RD, Lumpini, Prathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Phone: +(66) 2 655 8995
Hours: Lunch :11.30am – 2.30pm (last order). Dinner: 6.00pm. – 10.30pm (last order). *Close every Tuesday*
Price: Between 200 and 800 THB
Eighty Twenty 80/20bkk – Michelin Plate
80/20bkk’s kitchen is a collaborative workspace for four young chefs. They are the creators of the most distinctive and innovative dishes that are distinctively branded for this restaurant. Currently, the dishes that diners are waiting in line to enjoy are the French medium-rare beef with dried roasted peppers and lamb salad.
In addition, 80/20bkk is a famous Thai restaurant with a lot of cocktail recipes that can only be enjoyed here. The cocktails here mostly use the available Thai flavors such as coconut, pineapple, sour tamarind and natural ingredients of the tropics.
Address: 1054, 1052 Charoen Krung Rd, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Phone: +66 99 118 2200
Hours: 6 pm– 11:45 pm
Jae Oh (Bib Gourmand)
“What to eat in Bangkok now?” – “Only can is Mama’s noodles!”
When we talk about Jae Oh (Jay Oh, Jeh O), we’re talking about picking up order numbers and waiting in anticipation to enjoy… instant noodles. Mama’s hot noodle bowls in a variety of flavors earned Jae Oh this prestigious Michelin star. Mama moo sab, the instant noodles with broth and toppings of chopped pork meatballs; and Mama talay ruam, the instant noodles with seafood are two of Jae Oh’s favorite dishes; you must try them or you will be sorry.
In addition, Jae Oh also has dishes prepared from duck meat, crispy fried fish, potato chips, and tom yum – the famous Thai standard dish.
Most dishes are priced at around 53 THB – 200 THB, depending on type and full meal for 4 or more people will cost about 756 THB.
Address: 113 Soi Charat Mueang, Khwaeng Rong Muang, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
Phone: +66 64 118 5888
Hours: 5:30pm – 2am
Price: Less than 200 THB
Chim by Siam Wisdom (One Michelin star)
The main chef of this restaurant is Thaninthorn “Noom” Chantrawan, who has worked in the UK for 14 years at the most famous restaurants in London such as Zuma, Roka, Patterson’s, Momo and Sketch.
The signature dish of Thaninthorn “Noom” Chantrawan is Poo nim Tod, crispy deep fried crab meat served with fresh mango sauce and grilled coconut salad. A very special and addictive combination for any diners, even the most fastidious?