Aren't most street food unhealthy (and not clean)?
Imodium can't stop me.
So seriously, is Bangkok safe to travel as an American who will teach there? I mean, I would be teaching there but would I expect to get jumped or pick-pocketed?
It annoys me when they see you waiting and they assume the farang is in a hurry so they don't allow the oil to get hot enough and your food is a potential salmonella fest
I'm good at detecting the smell of bad meet being cooked in any way, but most of all the deep frying smell is a giveaway. Smell that deep fried chicken they sell
When I was in America a guy told me to 'have a nice day' but I didn't, so I sued him
Best street food in bkk isn't Thai. One word: shawarma.