JJ Green Night Market is often compared to its large, obtrusive neighbor, the famous Chatuchak Weekend Market. But what JJ Green lacks in size, it makes up for in charm. This decidedly local, less crowded market has all the goods, vendors, and food stalls an eager explorer needs. Here are some of the best eats at JJ Green Night Market.
Finding good pizza in Thailand is a difficult task. Many pizza joints do their best to replicate the popular Western dish but make subtle mistakes such as switching out marinara sauce for a sweeter version that tastes like ketchup. That is not the case with Baby Pizza. The individualized pizzas are created just for you, with everything from pineapple to crispy bacon and even smoked salmon available as toppings.
Blackberry, strawberry, and raspberry are just a few of the fruits you can choose from when deciding on which delectable smoothie you would like to enjoy at Khunchai Berry. This is a colorful and inviting vendor, with smoothies starting at low prices.
Korean, Thai, seafood, and cheese. True to its name, Hachi Grill Dip Cheese earned its popularity for its delicious, melted cheese. Customers are given a hot plate of sorts with the menu items of their choosing, such as pork or prawns. They then dip this food in the outer rim of the hot plate, which is overflowing with bubbling cheese.
Prepare your sweet tooth for Pangyen Jumbo. Even the names of the desserts sound delicious, with ice cream concoctions including volcano cocoa, midnight brownie, and mango with milk. These delicious treats are bursting with decadent flavor.
Who would have thought that a dish as seemingly simple as noodle soup could be a restaurant’s claim to fame? San-Sab’s popular noodle soups is just that. You select the noodle, with choices including rice vermicelli and egg noodles, and there are endless options for flavorings. San-Sab also serves grilled snacks cooked fresh in front of the restaurant.
Fried noodles never tasted so good. Be sure to dine at JJ Green’s coolest noodle vendor, Big Ma’Ma, where the music never stops and and the chef never gets a break from cooking. First, you must decide how hungry you are, as both medium and large dishes of noodles are your only options. Then, you add toppings, such as chicken or seafood, before deciding on a flavor. Tom Yum hot and sour is always a good choice.
Get to Mr. Grill Yakiniku early if you want a seat, because this restaurant gets packed and fast. By 7pm, the seats are filled in this open-concept restaurant. The menu offers a wide range of Japanese barbecue including pork tongue, intestine, and neck.