When people come to Thailand, one of the first things they want to do is to eat some genuine Thai food. The best place to do this is on the street. However, these places only have menus and signs in Thai and the vendors don’t speak any English. Of course, you could try and point to what you want to eat. But, what is that meat on the stick? Is it pork, chicken, beef or even crocodile? To help you order Thai food, we have started to do a series of illustrated articles on what words you need to use for each food stall. I have hundreds of pictures in my photo library of Thai food. When finished, this should prove to be very useful.
Thai Food Photo Album (over 800 pictures)
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