Turn your nose up at pig’s blood soup if you will – but guay deow nam tok is a treat you’ll be missing out on. Packing a chilli punch and a half, and delectable whatever the weather, this is a Thai street food dish you shouldn’t skip. Continue reading
Chris Wotton is a twenty-something travel addict currently based in Bangkok, and writing about local food and culture in Thailand and beyond. Happiest off the tourist trail and tucking into a bowl of something tasty, Chris is always on the look-out for the latest underrated destination and regularly contributes to print and online travel magazines and guides.
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