字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey everyone, this is Mark Wiens with eating Thai food dot com. I'm at one of my favorite Thai street food neighborhoods in Bangkok, Thailand, Ramkhamhaeng Soi 29 and I'm heading to a tasty restaurant just down the road, going to grab some Isaan style Thai food. One of the most important things about ordering a Thai meal is to get a well rounded combination of flavors and tastes. So my meal has just arrived and I'm going to show you guys exactly what I ordered and how you can also order it that way. This dish is called som tam thai prik ha met, green papaya salad with five chillies. It's crisp, it's a little bit sweet, a little bit sour, it has a nice chili kick to it. Another dish I ordered is a smoked catfish salad known as larb pla duk, this is one of my favorite dishes actually, I eat it almost everyday. And then I ordered up a pork dish known as nam tok moo. It normally comes with a lot of fat mixed in, but I'm not big on the fat, so I ordered it mai man, which means no fat, it's like a grilled pork salad, it's fantastic. Then I ordered something called yam ruam mit talay, it's like a clear mung bean noodle salad. Lastly to round out this meal, I've ordered tom saap sekong moo, a sour Isaan soup made with pork ribs to make it extra flavorful. Wonderful! To accompany all of this food it's most typical to order something known as khao neow, sticky rice. So you grab a piece of sticky rice and what you want to do is flavor it with the different sauces from the dishes, so I'll dip it in the som tam first, it flavors it wonderfully. If you love Thai food and you want to take your eating to the next level, be sure to grab a copy of the Eating Thai Food Guide, it includes hundreds of different Thai dishes, delicious Thai dishes, and it shows you instructions on how to order them exactly how you want them and even where to get them. So be sure to click the link below, grab a copy of the Eating Thai Food Guide and start taking advantage of the awesome Thai food available in Bangkok and throughout the country. So all the remains of the feast are a few fish bones, I'm stuffed and very happy. OK, so that two hundred and forty baht for this whole meal. So anyway, grab a copy of the Eating Thai Food Guide, I know you're going to love it, it's full of all kinds of delicious Thai food and you're going to learn how to order Thai food exactly the way you want it. That's it for me today, make sure you have the best Thai food experience you can have!