There are many restaurants, but there are also many food stalls in Bangkok's Chinatown. It is not difficult to find a place to eat here. The smell of food is everywhere, and many hungry people are walking around. The food stall in the photo is one such stall in Chinatown.
Tables are lined up against the wall, and customers sit down to eat. It is a popular restaurant, judging from the full seats. The bowls on each table indicate that this is a noodle stall. In the kitchen of the stall, a woman was boiling noodles in a large pot. Many of the food stalls in Bangkok serve noodles, and in most cases, rice is not available at noodle stalls. Noodles can be boiled to order, but rice has to be polished and cooked beforehand. It is probably less time-consuming to serve noodles.
As a result, there are not many food stalls in Bangkok that serve both noodles and rice. Personally, I would like to eat rice, but it is very difficult to find a stall that serves rice among so many stalls.
|Jan 2020 PEOPLE THAILAND
|BANGKOK CHINATOWN FOOD STALL LADLE WOMAN
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