Monday, July 02, 2007
Eating at Nana Plaza
It's always a pure pleasure to grab an entree at one of the many food stalls inside of Nana Plaza around 6 or 7 pm. You could sit up to one of the walkway counters next to some cute girls and watch the evening begin. The girls would trade food with you, trying to explain what it was that you were eating.
One of my favorite stalls was the food booth next to Casanova. It's excellent Thai street food, and the cooks are friendly.
Around 10 pm at the entrance of Nana was always the hamburger cart, where you could get a freshly cooked hamburger on your way out.
Images are from the book "The Street Food of Bangkok,"
by Randy Magnus.
160 color pages of Street Food and Marketplaces. Purchase it today.