THAI FOOD FESTIVAL in Bangkok! (Amazing Thai Taste Festival) – Hot Thai Kitchen

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The Amazing Thai Taste Festival is a fantastic stop for foodies if you happen to be in Bangkok around this time! The festival has booths from all sorts of vendors: street food, restaurants, even a cooking school! And it has a stage with live cooking demo and performances (which was incredibly LOUD hence me yelling my way through this place! Sorry about that…).

It was actually not as big as I expected, which isn’t a bad thing, because it means that you CAN realistically see everything in one evening. There are some seats and tables for eating there as well, but not much. It’s hot though, so be prepared!

WANT TO GO NEXT YEAR? I think this is the first time they organized this festival so hopefully there will be a next year! This year (2017) it took place at the Makkasan Airport Link station around mid June. Location may change next year so definitely look it up! You can check out the Tourism Authority of Thailand website and Facebook page for more info on festivals like this.

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About Pai:

Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin’s Kitchen.

Pai was born and raised in southern Thailand where she spent much of her “playtime” in the kitchen. She traveled to Canada to study Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, and was later trained as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco.

After working in both Western and Thai professional kitchens, she decided that her passion really lies in educating and empowering others to cook at home via YouTube videos, her cookbook, and cooking classes. She currently lives in Vancouver, and goes to Thailand every year to visit her family. Visit her at http://hot-thai-kitchen.com

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Emaline L. says:

Actually now that I notice that Kanom Tokyo looks similar to flatter version of Sakura mochi (there are two kinds, one with a thin rice pancake another with pounded sticky rice) in Japan (except it's not all filled with red bean paste). So maybe there is some Japanese influence

nicholas williams says:

I love Thailand 🙂

b0rtie says:

Aww. Caught a glimpse of your Mom! Would love to see you do a recipe video of her and your grandma one day. 🙂

Mark Anthony Gonzalez says:

In the Philippines we also call it SANTOL i think it is called SANDOR in English. Im not a fan of it. But that goes well with Sigang in replacement of Tamarind

ทักษ์ มากสังข์ says:

น่ากินจัง

Abhi Foodie says:

Scenic Video ….. I loved it

Shahzaib Fahad says:

Are you Single Miss Pailin ?

Sadeth Cheng says:

Wow, it's the อ้าว song by Atom ชนกันต์ at 4:57

papingo bebeto says:

Pai you are toooooo goood

Narat Atsawarat says:

พี่สาวคนแรกหมวยน่ารักอะ 55

Tom Low says:

Thanks for sharing, love watching your youtube videos – Tom from Malaysia

Caino 05 says:

Thank you for posting Pai.
Love watching your videos.

Kee Chow says:

love thai foods i missed the party.

LoveCeea Cee says:

how don't thai's have heart attacks all over the place with the heavy deep fried diet.

Moon Cake says:

I really wanted to try everything there. First, I love those fish balls. Then I kept watching and expecting curry. After about 6 mins, there were delicious curry. Pailin looked like teacher after school and went shopping and grooving around street food vendors. haha.

Letitia Kiu says:

Thank you so much for sharing this, I will definitely refer to this when I go to Thailand! AND OMG POUTINE in BANGKOK <3

overgrow00 says:

Hot Thai, kitchen.

😉

chea houykeang says:

before I try those delicious food, plz tell me how to say: " plz don't apply chilly for me!" in Thai language?😅

Chris NullNull says:

Great vid👍

ChefMireille says:

how fantastic – I was in Thailand last year and loved all the food. I am so jealous of you!

DixieLiving says:

Enjoyed your Thai food festival and market tours. Thank you!

nui acain says:

Hi, enjoy video so much, love you love video and thank you so much.

Daniel Sharp Nazarene says:

Love ya videos 😆

tbirdparis says:

Pai, your videos (and recipes) are the best. And your English is so flawless it's hard to even imagine it's your second language. Love your channel.

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