30 Apr '17, 12pm

Tasty Toasted Bun @ Yaowarat (Chinatown), Bangkok

In our many trips to Thailand , we have never bothered to queue for food because there are so many selections available. Even for After You, we simply returned early the next day when the cafe was practically empty. But we made an exception for these unassuming looking toasted buns in Bangkok’s Chinatown (Yaowarat) and joined the crowd of locals and tourists alike to wait in patience. Although it took 45 minutes before we finally got our hands on the buns, the wait felt short because Yaowarat is so happening and there are plenty of things to see. To give you an idea, this was how the queue looked like. It stretched all the way down the street, around a corner, and on to the next. The traffic police even had to put up pedestrian barriers for crowd control. Here’s a tip: don’t join the queue because it would take forever to be your turn. In fact, you might not get served at ...

Full article: http://www.vkeong.com/eat/tasty-toasted-bun-yaowarat-bang...

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