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      The Vegetarian Guide to Bangkok

Larb tofu, pomelo salad, corn fritters and more—here’s your guide to eating vegetarian and vegan (and holding the fish sauce) in Bangkok.

Plate of vegetarian pad see ew in Bangkok
Pad see ew. All photos courtesy of Kelly Iverson.

Calling all adventurous, meat-free diners: This guide is for you. Thailand may be best known for its dreamy beaches and abundance of temples, but is also, of course, every food-lover’s dream for its inherent knack with spice and gorgeous nuanced flavors. And, happily enough, this does not exclude vegans and vegetarians! However, as with any foreign place, it is not always easy or immediately apparent what is truly vegetarian-friendly; there are phrases to know, things to look out for (hello, fish sauce!), and restaurants that should be on your short list. To simplify the process for you, here’s our guide to dining meat-free in the Land of Smiles.

*Note: Many dishes in Thai cuisine are made with fish sauce or in a broth with meat in it (primarily chicken)—it is an inescapable reality here. Be sure to use this guide to help you avoid these dishes, and tell your server, “Mai sai nam pla,” meaning, “Do not put fish sauce.” We made note of the dishes that typically include fish sauce below.

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  • Curried lobster

    It’s not as common as curry goat, but if you can it, curried lobster (or shrimp) is a real treat—buttery; spiked with garlic, onions, and Scotch bonnet pepper; seasoned with curry powder....

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  • Sukuti

    If you like beef jerky, you'll like this one: Sukuti is an air-dried meat dish, usually made from buffalo meat, but sometimes also from chicken, duck, lamb, or goat. Thin strips of lean meat are...

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  • Wallaby

    Found in the forests and fields across Tasmania, wallabies look very similar to the kangaroos for which Australia is famous, only much smaller and with a thicker fur to handle those cold Tasmanian winters....

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  • Polands classic



    I had this traditional polish soup at a place called Pszczyna and it was awsome. Especially, I liked that the are serving it in a hollowed bread    Read more
  • Palermo gourmand

    A'Cuncuma, Via Judica, 21, Palermo


    Palermo is known as one of the first street food cities in Italy; nonetheless it's rich in gourmet restaurants for more sophisticated palates. My husband and I went to A'Cuncuma restauran…    Read more
  • Bicerin in Turin

    Caffe Torino, Torino


    Sitting outside at the classic Caffe Torino, people watching and sipping the delicious, indulgent local specialty - the bicerin - is a simply delightful way to spend an afternoon. It’s a drink co…    Read more
  • Modern Turkish fine dining

    Yeni Lokanta, Istanbul


    After a few days of traipsing around the city with children in tow, we sat down for a civilized, adults-only dinner at Yeni Lokanta. With the children safely tucked up in bed with their babysitter,…    Read more

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