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One place to eat before you die

If you only have a couple of days in Bangkok you have to save some stomach space for a hearty seafood meal in Chinatown. Not that we’re advocating shark fin consumption, but we want to point you in the direction of a place that encompasses the energy of the city, while dishing up incredibly tasty food. It’s also a great people watch.

The biggest challenge of eating at T & K Seafood is choosing what to eat first. Even with pictures to help you, the options are extensive; and all the fragrant smells emanating from the other diners that you’re rubbing shoulders with, does nothing to solve the problem.

We went for classic bbq mussels with one of the spiciest selections of dipping sauce this side of Mexico. Icy beer required. Followed by squid doused in lemongrass, chilli and garlic; and a bowl licking, seafood coconut curry presented over a flaming burner.

You can’t go wrong at this restaurant.

This is where you’ll find T & K Seafood Restaurant 49-51 Soi Phadung Dao, Yaowarat Rd  Open from 4:30pm to 2am  Expect to pay about 200 – 350 THB per person – we spent about $13 AUD for three dishes and a couple of beers.


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