Ancient Thai Street Food – 90-Year Old Restaurant FISH RICE SOUP in Bangkok, Thailand!

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Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla (เซี่ยงกี่ข้าวต้มปลา) has been in business for over 90 years!
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Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla (เซี่ยงกี่ข้าวต้มปลา) – For many years now I’ve wanted to eat at Bangkok’s Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla (เซี่ยงกี่ข้าวต้มปลา), an old Thai Chinese restaurants in Bangkok’s Chinatown that’s known for serving fish rice soup. One of the most notable aspects of the place is that it’s been in business in the same location for over 90 years, and the second generation is still cooking and in charge of the restaurant.

Unfortunately, I was pretty sad that they didn’t have oysters the day I went – the owner mentioned to me that they weren’t fresh so they weren’t going to sell them. But that also speaks highly of the restaurant – they won’t serve anything that’s not fresh.

Pomfret rice soup (ข้าวต้มปลาจาระเม็ด) – This is their signature Thai Chinese rice soup with pomfret fish. It’s perfect in every way, one of the most soothing bowls of food you can find.

Barramundi rice soup (ข้าวต้มปลากระพง) – Another version they make is fish rice soup with barramundi fish.

Pork rice soup (ข้าวต้มบะเต็ง) – Finally, something you have to order is their pork and rice, which is salty and delicious.

Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla (เซี่ยงกี่ข้าวต้มปลา) is quite expensive, but the quality is fantastic, and one of the best things about eating here is that you’re eating at a living museum, a piece of Bangkok culinary history

Total price – 940 THB ($28.78)

Siang Ki Khao Tom Pla (เซี่ยงกี่ข้าวต้มปลา)
Address: 54 Soi Charoen Krung 12 (54 ซอย เจริญกรุง 12 บำรุงเมือง Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand) –
Open hours: 4 pm – 10 pm daily

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Hahf Inc. says:

Looks delicious

juan cervantes para serville says:

are those fish debone?

Adil Hudayah says:

Go to meikarta

Ben Bravo says:

You are making me hungry.

Lavinder Kumar Bunty says:

I just love it

Ng Danny says:

there is also a very good kaotom place at Thanon Chan. It is also very old. Corner shop…
But I will definitely go try out this one in Yaowarat.

Gibi Skinder says:

I’m having that soup today here in London

Bia Markthepwong says:

Who’s watching this while eating?

One Love says:

WARNING … do not watch on an empty stomach . must be eating ….

Dadut Aja says:

If mark head not going down.. The food is not to good for him..

Nathan Larkin says:

Looks Super Delicious!!! Hey I’m wondering if you have a lead on a nice breakfast or lunch place on Langsuan Road or very close to it?? Thanks so much..

fearlessbogart says:

I just ate my dinner and after watching this video, i got hungry again.

sampath buddhika says:

It’s really emotional, It’s make me cry 😔😢💐

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Cos mos says:

Wish they have good taste and healthy food like this in western.

Ahmad Yani says:

mirip neneknya Spongebob Squarepants..

Young Cheong says:

Mark I love hole in the walls like these. Me and my wife goto the same dumpling spot in Chinatown NY every week. The place looks very unassuming but food is always great.

Johan Earl Cu says:

been following and watching all your videos Mark.. i think i memorized them all.. lol.. more power and stay healthy Mark.. keep it up!

Ethan Lee says:

Cool vids. Why so expensive for 4 dishes in 3rd world country? List the ones poor students / travelers can afford please. What happened to $1 – $3 dishes?

Drew J says:

You’ve upped the quality on your videos. Still room for improvement though

Diogenes Lantern says:

I'm really glad you are documenting these small iconic old restaurants Mark. They won't be around forever.

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Mitchell Timpano says:

Well done Mark awesome video.

Sophoan Keath says:

so glad you narrated on the ingredients that went into the dish instead of having us just watch what they're doing.

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