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Eating delicious Thai food is the highlight of many people’s trips to Thailand, but if you are a vegetarian or vegan, it can be sometimes be difficult to find the right Thai dishes to eat.
One of my favorite vegetarian / vegan restaurants in Bangkok is known as Baan Suan Pai, a food court dedicated to eating healthy Thai food. Even though I’m not vegetarian, I love eating vegetarian Thai food here!
At Baan Suan Pai vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok, they serve their food food court style – you order you meals and dishes, pay for them, and then find a place to sit.
Here’s a quick overview of the tasty Thai vegetarian food I ate in this video.
1. Gaeng Phet Fuktong (Vegetarian Thai Pumpkin Curry) is tasty curry made with chunks of healthy pumpkin stewed in chillies and coconut milk. It had a wonderful mild flavor to it, but it was extremely soothing – I loved it, one of my favorite vegetarian thai food dishes!
2. Gaeng Jued Mala (Bitter Melon Soup) is a bitter soup made with huge chunk of bitter melon and a few other herbs and vegetables. Bitterness can be a hard vegetable to get used to, but if you do enjoy it as a vegetarian or vegan, you’ll love this dish at Baan Suan Pai.
3. Puak Tod (Taro Roll) is a loaf of ground up pieces of taro root caked together and fried on the outside. The dish was served with a nice sweet and sour sauce. Along with full plates of rice and mixed toppings, Baan Suan Pai also serves some incredible vegetarian Thai food snacks like this!
4. Kuay Teow Lui Suan (Fresh Noodle Rolls) is a Thai dish that made with fresh rice noodle warpers filled with lettuce, an assortment of Thai herbs, tofu, and mushrooms. The vegetarian roll are delicious when dipped in the sweet and sour sauce provided.
5. Het Hom Ping (Grilled Mushrooms) are my absolute favorite thing to eat when at this vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok. The mushrooms are so delicious that they actually taste like pieces of sirloin steak – but instead are purely vegetarian and vegan. These skewers are absolutely incredible and you don’t want to miss them!
That wraps up my vegetarian Thai food feast – all dishes were exceptional, especially the pumpkin curry, the fresh noodle rolls and the grilled mushroom skewers.
To get to Baan Suan Pai take the BTS to Ari station, take exit 1 and go down the stairs to your left, walk along Phahon Yothin road for about one hundred meters until you reach a sign that says welcome to banana family park. Turn right into the small cafe alley way, walk all the way to the back past a few coffee shops and a few stores until you can smell the delicious vegetarian food.
Hope you enjoyed this video on eating healthy vegetarian Thai food in Bangkok.
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