Although there are many restaurants, there are also many food stalls in Bangkok's Chinatown. Here, it is not difficult to find a place to eat. The smell of food is everywhere, and many hungry people are walking around on the streets. The food stall in the photo was one such stall in Chinatown.
There were tables lined up against the wall, and people were sitting down to eat. It seemed to be a popular place to eat as it was fully booked. All the tables had bowls on them, so it seemed to be a stall that served noodles. When I looked at the kitchen of the stall, I saw a large pot with a woman boiling noodles. I feel that many stalls in Bangkok serve noodles. Most of the stalls that serve noodles do not serve rice. I guess it is much easier to boil noodles on the street than to cook rice.
As a result, it is a pity that there are not many stalls that serve both noodles and rice. I prefer to eat rice, but with so many stalls here and there, it is often difficult to find a stall that serves rice when you are hungry.
|Jan 2020 PEOPLE THAILAND|
|BANGKOK CHINATOWN FOOD STALL LADLE WOMAN|
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