Monday, August 13, 2012

Street Food - Fried Chicken (Pattaya, Thailand)


Albeit packing 3 packs of the Mango sticky rice and 2 packs of the Thai mixed rice, impossible it was to say no to more food from the streets of Pattaya and right now, we were in front of this fried chicken stalls. As the smell of the fried chicken and other fried stuffs lingered in the air, we couldn't resist packing especially the hot from the wok fried chicken. Fried goodies as you know must be eaten there and then, so as we walked back to our car, we started eating and agreed that it tasted so good. Nothing was left behind except the bones by the time we arrived at Amata Spring Club. Later after showering, we glorified into the rest of food before calling it a night. 



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16 comments:

  1. I went on a street food trail in bankgok last year and had such a fabulous time! didn't have enough time to visit pattaya but its surely on my list! This chicken looks incredible, Nava!

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  2. resist is the right word. When the smell comes, there's always no way..but to indulge!

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  3. love street food! As much as I stay clear of fried food in general, I guess when we travel, we should just try everything.

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  4. awwww...so few photos only? Yes, you must go there again. Looking forward to more post

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  5. I do like to try street food while I am traveling but then I also check how clean is the place and what I am eating. I think we all love street foods once in a while no matter how weak our stomachs are.

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  6. My boyfriend is obsessed with fried chicken! I am going to send this post to him!

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  7. but i like to try street food :3

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  8. i always check out the street food at any place i visit. the best street food i ever had was at my trip to india... i got a little sick after but it was totally worth it...hahah.

    it looks like you had a great time in pattaya!

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  9. You tempting me again with this street foods, I miss it so much with Asian country street foods ,I'm agree with hygiene factor too,btw,,,,everything looks so good especially the fried chicken is different style with western fried chicken !!

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  10. one of my fav food is the fried chicken.. yummy

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  11. This vendor has beautiful presentation and it looks clean. I would have tried his food. I have actually been eating at local restaurants and had a cockroach crawl up the wall and even on the table once. So, yes, I would probably give the street vendor a chance. When some of my relatives came to the U.S. from Greece, that is how they started out as street vendors and eventually saved enough money to have their own restaurant.

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  12. Street food is a no-no for me, I don't like to take risk when overseas. I wouldn't mind accompanying u & drool over your food, my friend!

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  13. that's lots of satays! :) street food is my favourite, reflecting the true colors of food there..

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  14. Street food is always the most delicious of any country, this looks ridiculously inviting :D

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  16. Its looking so tempting and yummy, i never seen any place then thailand where street food is so popular and being in so much quantity.

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