I have some more pictures for you to decipher. This time on the theme of Thai Food. When you are in Thailand you will find many food stalls by the side of the road. One way to see what is on the menu is to look at the food other patrons are eating. However, a better way would be to read the signs which will save you a lot of time. (You can learn how to read Thai for free in our sister site at learningthai.com).
(1) This is one of my popular street food stalls though since the bird flu scare there are not so many around these days. Do you know what they are selling?
(2) This is a popular dish yet very simple. As you can see, it only costs 10 baht!
(3) Again, this is another of my favourites. If you cannot read the sign then look out for the mortar and pestle! The last word in Thai says “aroi” which means “delicious”.
(4) The last one for today is not really one of my favourite foods but you will see this sign everywhere. My students like this one very much.
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