In this article, we cover Bangkok food that is not spicy. Generally speaking, half of the Thai dishes are not spicy, but that rule basically applies only to those with a deep understanding of Thai gastronomy. When you visit Thailand for the first time, the food variety is enormous, the menu cards are overwhelming and when looking at the pictures on the menu, all the food looks spicy. With this list of non-spicy Bangkok food, you can enjoy amazing food at some of the most exciting Thai eateries without the chilli heat. 

All of the recommendations in this article are actual dishes at amazing Thai restaurants. We also made sure that we cover most of Bangkok’s popular areas, meaning that you will definitely find a recommendation in the area you are planning to stay at.

Tip: If you’re looking for general non-spicy Thai dishes, have a look at our article about the best Thai food that is not spicy, which helps you further during your travel in Thailand if you can’t handle the spice. With that being said, let's jump to our recommendations.

 

Bangkok food that is not spicy:

 

1. Insane Crab Fried Rice (340 THB) - Here Hai


Here Hai is a small restaurant in Ekkemai that has a clear goal: serving the best crab fried rice in the city. And we are confident to say that they actually do. Not only are the dishes visually spectacular, but the taste is also amazing too. As the portions come in large sizes, you can easily share the fried rice with two, and there is even a family-sized portion available as this is what makes Thai visit the restaurant. Here Hai is listed in several other best-of-article we wrote and as there are several non-spicy dishes available on the menu, we highly recommend you to visit this place. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Here Hai.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Here Hai
Insane Crab Fried Rice (340 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Here Hai
Stir-Fried Mantis Shrimp with Garlic and Pepper (360 THB)
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2. Superb Pad Thai with Big Prawns (200 THB) - Pad Thai Thip Samai 


Pad Thai is one of the most popular dishes among tourists, but it’s less popular among Thai. One of the reasons is that Pad Thai is not spicy. The noodles are served with peanuts, chilli, sugar, fish sauce and vinegar. This is similar to the western habit of seasoning dishes with salt and pepper and you’ll quickly learn what suits you best. The dried chillies can spice things up, but it’s nowhere near as spicy as the fresh bird-eye chillies that are being used in other dishes. Then again, adding these condiments is optional. 

Another reason why Pad Thai is so popular among foreigners is that it was promoted as the national dish during the rice shortage in World War 2. This well-executed PR campaign did boost the consumption of noodles instead of rice as well as of nationalism. Pad Thai Thip Samai was the restaurant recommended by the prime minister himself serving the most authentic Pad Thai in the country. You can still taste this famous dish at the original restaurant located at Maha Chai Road. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Thip Samai.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Thip Samai
Superb Pad Thai with Large Prawns (200 THB)

 
Bangkok food not spicy - Thip Samai
The regular version: Superb Pad Thai (small prawns) (90 THB)
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3. Crispy Pork (55 THB) - Mr. Jo


The crispy pork at Mr. Jo can be seen as arguably the best version in the city. Crispy pork is a popular ingredient in many Thai-Chinese dishes. In general, Thai-Chinese dishes are often sweet and not spicy, making them an excellent cuisine to discover when you’re in Thailand’s capital. You can eat crispy pork as a stand-alone dish at places like Mr. Jo where the pork is served with a thickened, sweet soy sauce. The crispiness and saltiness of the pork go perfect together with this sweet dip. Further down this article, we recommend a restaurant that serves a different type of crispy pork, namely restaurant Si Morakot. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Mr. Jo.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Mr Jo
Crispy Pork (55 THB)

 
Bangkok food not spicy - Mr Jo
The crispiest pork in Bangkok at Mr. Jo!
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4. Pineapple Fried Rice (250 THB) - MAYs


Pineapple Fried Rice is one of the all-time favourites for tourists visiting Thailand for the first time. The well-balanced dish full of saltiness and savoriness is not only a tasty option, the presentation of this dish is often stunning and eating from pineapple is the holiday experience you picture in your head before visiting an exotic country. Although this dish is not as common in Bangkok as other popular rice dishes, you can find an excellent version at MAYs. What makes this restaurant unique is that the food is flavoured with natural ingredients. For example, instead of using refined sugar for certain dishes, local fruits are being used to sweeten things up. The result is impressive and after your dinner, your stomach is satisfied but not bloated. The Pineapple Fried Rice (250 THB) at MAYs is one of their bestsellers, although several other non-spicy dishes are available on the menu. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of MAYs
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Mays
Pineapple Fried Rice (250 THB)

Bangkok food not spicy - Mays
Deep-Fried Shrimp Cakes with Lemongrass (170 THB)

 
Bangkok food not spicy - Mays
Sticky Rice with Lychee and Mango (190 THB)

Bangkok food not spicy - Mays
Homemade Coconut Ice Cream (190 THB)
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5. Crispy Oyster Omelette (100 THB) - Nai Mong Hoi Thod


Nai Mong Hoi Thod is a restaurant located in Chinatown that’s specialized in crispy oyster omelettes. In Chinatown, you can find all sorts of restaurants serving Thai-Chinese foods that are usually not spicy. Chinatown itself is a true foodie heaven with plenty of street food to find as well as famous local restaurants like Nai Mong Hoi Thod. A crispy oyster omelette costs you 100 THB. Aside from the crispiness of the omelette, the large, juicy fresh oysters are the eye-catcher and highlight of the meal. If you’re not a fan of oysters, there is a mussel version available too, which is not slimy but crispy. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Nai Mong Hoi Thod.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Nai Mong
Crispy Oyster Omelette (100 THB)

 
Bangkok food not spicy - Nai Mong
Plain Oyster Omelette (100 THB)

 
Bangkok food not spicy - Nai Mong
Juicy oysters!
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6. Stir-Fried Crab in Curry Powder (480 THB) - Aey Seafood


Aey Seafood is one of our favourite seafood restaurants in the city. This local gem is mainly visited by Thai as it’s not located close to popular touristic areas. The options on the menu have been reduced during the renovation of the restaurant. Although the seafood options are therefore limited compared to other seafood restaurants in the city, what’s on the menu is super tasty, and more important for the purpose of this article, most options are not spicy at all. Even the Stir-Fried Crab in Curry Powder (480 THB), which looks spicy not the picture, is not spicy at all. This curry is one of our favourites. There are other cheaper options available on the menu too and combining a few dishes will guarantee you having an extraordinary seafood dinner that doesn’t contain flaming hot chillies. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Aey Seafood.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Aey Seafood
Stir-fried Crab in Curry Powder (480 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Aey Seafood
Boiled Cockles (130 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Aey Seafood
Scallops Baked in Butter & Garlic (120 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Aey Seafood
Baked Tiger Prawns with Glass Noodle (240 THB)
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7. Crab Omelette (1,000 THB) - Jay Fai


Dining at a one Michelin-star restaurant isn’t cheap. But then there is Jay Fai, Bangkok’s most famous local restaurant starred in the Netflix series Street Food. Aunt Fai, which is the translation of Jay Fai, is an older lady who started with nothing and worked until she made it. When the Dutch 3-Michelin-Star chef Sergio Herman tasted her food for the first time, he couldn’t believe the flavours and the quality of the food. Some visitors are sceptical of the food, especially for the price that you pay for each dish. But when a 3-Michelin-star chef is blown away by the food, you know the dishes are top-notch. Unfortunately, there is only one dish that is not spicy at all and requesting non-spicy versions of the other dishes is not possible. So if you decide to visit this famous restaurant, you can only go for her signature Crab Omelette, which costs 1,000 THB. In return, you will enjoy the tastiest and richly-filled crab omelette in your life. For more information about this legendary restaurant, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Jay Fai.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Jay Fai
Crab Omelette (1,000 COP)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Jay Fai
Insane amount of top-quality crab meat inside the omelette. One of the reasons why she deserved that Michelin Star!
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8. Khao Mok Neua (65 THB) - Areesaa Lote Dee


If you didn’t hear or read about it his place, you would easily walk past it. You have to walk through a small alley in order to get to the seating area where every day, many Thai enjoy Muslim-influenced Thai dishes for a bargain. Their signature dish is Khao Mok Neua, which is an Indian-style beef stew with curry rice. The stew itself is sweet and salty. Other popular dishes are the Khao Mok Gai, which is that popular curry rice with chicken and the Kuay Teow Gaeng (40 THB), which is a chicken noodle soup with Indian flavours. The latter is slightly spicy so for those who are intolerant of any kind of spice, you should avoid it. If you want to try something completely different, try the Por Pia Sot (40 THB), which are soft spring rolls that are served with a sweet sauce. Due to its popularity, the food often runs out during the afternoon. So if you want to try their signature dish, make sure to visit a bit early. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Areesaa Lote Dee.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Areesaa
Khao Mok Neua (65 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Areesaa
Khao Mok Kai (45 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Areesaa
Tasty Indian-style Thai food. 
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Areesaa
As this is a Muslim restaurant, the food is obviously halal. 
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Areesaa
Por Pia Sot (40 THB
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9. Fried Chicken (130 THB) - Polo Fried Chicken


Super crispy fried chicken, succulent meat and this all topped with fried garlic for that umami boost. Sounds good, right? Polo Fried Chicken is an institution when it comes to deep-fried chicken in Bangkok and for decades, it’s serving perhaps the best version you can find in the city. The famous chicken comes in two sizes, either half a chicken (130 THB) or a whole chicken (260 THB). Usually, the fried chicken is combined with a spicy and sour Thai salad known as Yum or Som Tam (papaya salad), but as this article is about Bangkok food that is not spicy, that pairing is not recommendable. Nonetheless, the fried chicken along with sticky rice is still deliciously good and there is no other place in Bangkok like Polo Fried Chicken. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Polo Fried Chicken.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Polo Fried Chicken
Fried Chicken Half (130 THB
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Polo Fried Chicken
Alternative, but slightly more expensive: Pla Tub Tim Todd (250 THB)
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10. Barbecue Buffet incl. drinks (439 THB) - Best Beef


When visiting Bangkok, one of the more fun local food experience you can get is at Best Beef. This large restaurant located near On Nut BTS Station is a hugely popular place among Thai to eat Thai barbecue, known as Mookata. The concept is simple: you pay one of the cheap packages ranging from 269 THB to 439 THB and you can eat unlimited meat and sides for two hours long. The most expensive package includes unlimited beer flow, which makes it quite popular for those planning a night out.

The meat itself comes in thin slices, so you constantly order new meat as it’s done within minutes on that Thai barbecue. The staff does an amazing job to keep all those tables provided with plenty of food and drinks. In the end, head over to the ice cream station to make yourself a tasty dessert. The food itself is not spicy at all, however, the meat is served with separate sauces and one of them is the typical Thai seafood sauce, which is definitely spicy. So, avoid the green spicy sauce and you’ll be fine. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Best Beef.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Best Beef
All-You-Can-Eat BBQ at Best Beef (269 - 439 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Best Beef
Seafood is available too!
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11. Roasted Duck (s) (100 THB) - Prachak Pet Yang


Where the earlier recommended Mr. Jo is famous for its crispy pork, Prachak Pet Yang is famous for its roasted duck. Mr Prachak brought the centuries-old Cantonese duck recipe over from China in 1878 and today, it’s served by the fourth generation of the family. This famous eatery is widely known for its delicious roasted duck which comes as a stand-alone dish - Roasted Duck (100 THB) - or as part of a larger meal, for example, the Egg Noodle with Shrimp Wonton, Roast Duck and Mixed Meats (120 THB). Prachak Pet Yang is yet another place that’s heavily influenced by the Chinese gastronomy, with dishes that put the emphasis on salty and sweet, rather than the extreme spiciness the Thai cuisine sometimes is known for. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Prachak Pet Yang.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Prachak Pet Yang
Roasted Duck (100 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Prachak Pet Yang
Roasted Duck (100 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Prachak Pet Yang
Egg Noodle with Shrimp Wonton, Roast Duck and Mixed Meats (120 THB)
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11. Khao Moo Grob (40 THB) - Si Morakot


Khao Moo Grob, which is crispy pork served with rice and topped with a delicious sweet sauce called Siu Haau and is a popular Thai dish with Chinese influence. In Bangkok, you can find some outstanding restaurants that are specialized in this dish. Bangkok has a large Thai-Chinese community as Chinese merchants settled centuries ago and this had a huge impact on the gastronomy as well. Obviously, you can find excellent Chinese and Thai-Chinese dishes in Chinatown, but all over the city, there are restaurants available that serve this usually not spicy food in Bangkok. 

Si Morakot is one of the most popular ones, along with Nakhon Sanook. The reason why we recommend Si Morakot over Nakhon Sanook is that there is a restaurant next door (Chong Kee Pork Satay) that’s specialized in Satay. You can order from both menus, no matter which restaurant you sit at, meaning that you can easily combine both specialities. If you want to dine on the streets near Chinatown, then head to Nakhon Sanook instead of Si Morakot. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Si Morakot
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Si Morakot
Khao Moo Grob with Roasted Pork at Si Morakot.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Si Morakot
Kha Moo Grob at Si Morakot.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Si Morakot
The owner of Si Morakot.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Nakhon Sanook
Khao Moo Grob at Nakhon Sanook.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Nakhon Sanook
The owner of Nakhon Sanook.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Nakhon Sanook
The unique atmosphere of Nakhon Sanook. 
 
Bangkok food not spicy - satay
Satay, next to Si Morakot.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - satay
Pork Satay with Toast (85 THB) - Chong Kee Pork Satay.
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12. Rice Soup with Fish or Oyster (300 THB) - Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla 


When travelling to countries like Thailand and visiting cities like Bangkok, most tourists want to explore the local cuisine and eat things you usually don’t eat back at home. After trying the oyster soup at Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla for the first time, I was sold and from that moment on, I always recommend this unique rice soup to friends when visiting Thailand’s capital. This savoury, non-spicy soup together with large oysters is something I’ve never tried before and haven’t found anything similar ever since. At first glance, it may not look tasty to you, but the flavours are incredible. For those who are not an oyster-enthusiast, there is a version with fish that might be a safer bet for some. You can add fermented soy sauce to the soup according to your taste, which makes it even tastier. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Fish soup
Rice Soup with Fish (300 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Fish soup
Rice Soup with Oyster (300 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Fish soup
Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla

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13. Egg Noodles with Prawns & Pork (50 THB) - Bamee Kon Sae Lee


A general rule of thumb for those looking for non-spicy food in Bangkok is to visit a noodle shop. Although there are some exceptions, a bowl of noodles and noodle soups, in general, are served without any spice. Those who want to make it spicy simply add dried chilli flakes to it. One of our favourite noodle shops in Bangkok is Bamee Kon Sae Lee. Like many other restaurants in this article, Bamee Kon Sae Lee is in business for decades and even started selling noodles from a street food cart. Nowadays, it sells its popular noodles along with the crispy pork and roasted duck to hundreds of customers a day. Especially during lunchtime, this place is completely packed. And aside from the customers inside the small restaurant, there are delivery men waiting outside as well to pick up their orders. 

What makes the noodles at Bamee Kon Sae Lee so tasty? This restaurant perfected crispy pork as well as roasted pork and roasted duck. These three ingredients form the base of many of its dishes. You can order the crispy pork and roasted duck as a standalone dish, but for many, a regular bowl with one or several of these ingredients is enough to fill an adult's stomach. For more recommended noodle restaurants, check out our article about the best noodles in Bangkok. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Bamee Kon Sae Lee.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Bamee
Roasted Duck (150 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Bamee
Crispy Roasted Pork (150 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Bamee
Egg Noodles with Prawns & Pork Wonton and Roasted Red Pork (50 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Bamee
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Bamee
Bamee Khon Sae Lee
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14. Mung Bean Noodles Baked with Prawns (200 THB) - Hia Wan Khao Tom Pla


This restaurant is known for its Khao Tom Pla, a rice and fish soup that we recommended earlier. The version at this place is definitely tasty, but we would like you to try something else, namely the Mung Bean Noodles Baked with Prawns (200 THB). These garlicky noodles are served with amazingly seasoned prawns and are satisfying to eat. You can combine these noodles with Badeng, which are deep-fried pork chunks with soy sauce (50 THB), for those with a larger appetite. Hia Wan Khao Tom Pla is a restaurant that is not often recommended by others - except in the Michelin Guide - but deserves much more recognition as the food is impressively tasty. 

For more recommended noodle restaurants, check out our article about the best noodles in Bangkok. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Hia Wan Khao Tom Pla.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Hai Wan
Mung Bean Noodles Baked with Prawns (200 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Hai Wan
Mung Bean Noodles Baked with Prawns (200 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Hai Wan
Badeng - deep-fried pork chunks with soy sauce (50 THB)
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15: Thai desserts:


The Thai gastronomy has plenty of desserts to offer and as Thai love to eat sweet(s), you as a sweet tooth can eat your heart out. Here are some of the most exciting Thai dessert specialists. 
 

a. Mango Sticky Rice (100 THB) - Kor Panich


Kor Panich is the most well-known mango sticky rice shop in Bangkok and has been serving this classic Thai dessert in Bangkok since 1947. Their recipe comes straight out of the royal kitchen, where the mother of the current owner used to work. In fact, members of the royal family still reportedly visit the restaurant regularly. Kor Panich uses popular Nam Dok Mai mangos for their desserts, which have an exceptionally juicy, sweet taste. The mangos are good all year round but are best during the mango season (April till June). Their rice is imported from Chiang Rai, an area renowned for producing some of the best quality sticky rice in Thailand. A portion of mango sticky rice costs 100 THB. Kor Panich sells other desserts and candies, including delicious sticky rice with Thai custard (50 THB).

For more recommended noodle restaurants, check out our article about the best noodles in Bangkok. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Kor Panich.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Kor Panich
Mango Sticky Rice (100 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Kor Panich
Owner of the famous mango sticky rice shop.
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Kor Panich
Nam Dok Mai mangos!
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b. Coconut Ice Cream (30 THB) - Natthaphon Coconut Ice Cream


Coconut ice cream is like mango sticky rice an all-time favourite for many foreigners. There is a shop located near the previous recommended Kor Panich that’s specialized in making extraordinary ice creams. What makes Natthaphon so unique is that it doesn’t use any artificial flavour enhancers. In other words, the ice cream is one hundred per cent pure. The coconut ice cream is by far the most popular one, but other flavours such as green tea and mango are served regularly as well. A scoop of this delicious, almost sorbet-like, ice cream cost you either 30 THB or 40 THB, depending on the flavour. 

For more recommended noodle restaurants, check out our article about the best noodles in Bangkok. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Natthaphon Coconut Ice Cream.


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Bangkok food not spicy - Natthaphon
Coconut Ice Cream (30 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Natthaphon
Mango Ice Cream (30 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Natthaphon
Green Tea Ice Cream (40 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Natthaphon
Thai Tea Ice Cream (40 THB)
 
Bangkok food not spicy - Natthaphon
Where the magic happens.
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c. Pa Tong Go with Pandan & Condensed Milk (40 THB) - Patong Go Savoey


For many tourists, Chinatown is a popular area to discover when visiting Bangkok as it’s the largest Chinatown in the world and it’s well-known for its food diversity. In small alleys, you can discover all sorts of street food vendors that serve something extraordinary. Like many Thai (street) food, the dishes that are being served can be spicy. But this popular street food vendor named Patong Go Savoey serves a sweet dish, namely Chinese doughnuts. Their best-seller is the Pa Tong Go with Pandan & Condensed Milk which only costs 40 THB. It takes a bit of time to make these doughnuts as they are grilled to perfection (the vendor takes his time to make sure no parts of the doughnut are burned). Especially during peak hours, you might have to wait a bit. But it’s definitely worth the wait!

For more recommended noodle restaurants, check out our article about the best noodles in Bangkok. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Patong Go Savoey.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Pa Tong Go Savoey

Bangkok food not spicy - Pa Tong Go Savoey

Bangkok food not spicy - Pa Tong Go Savoey

Bangkok food not spicy - Pa Tong Go Savoey

Bangkok food not spicy - Pa Tong Go Savoey
Pa Tong Go with Pandan & Condensed Milk (40 THB) - Patong Go Savoey​
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d. Tub Tim Grob (40 THB) - Tub Tim Grob Shop


The last “Bangkok food that is not spicy” recommendation is Tub Tim Grob, which is a treat made with sweetened coconut milk and shaved ice mixed with jellied coconut flesh, water chestnut and eye-catching crunchy red rubies, which are water chestnuts coated with tapioca flour. The result is a sweet, ice-cold dessert. One shop that stands out when it comes to Tub Tim Grob is the shop at Chatuchak Market in section 25. Although travellers are more familiar with the Thai dessert mango sticky rice, Thai often stick to this dessert and we highly recommend you to try this out yourself. 

For more recommended noodle restaurants, check out our article about the best noodles in Bangkok. For more information about this restaurant and other food in Bangkok that is not spicy, check out the TopTravelFoods review page of Tub Tim Grob Shop.

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Bangkok food not spicy - Tub Tim Grob
Tub Tim Grob (40 THB) - Tub Tim Grob Shop


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