Americans are often criticized about our fast food restaurants and our habitual eating on the run. Considered impolite in most refined European countries, mobile dining is common across much of southeast Asia and is certainly my favorite way to go when traveling in this part of the world.
There aren’t too many things I look forward to more than Bangkok street food after 12 hours on a cramped flight. Made before your eyes spicy green papaya salad and grilled chicken in a bag are the salves for a weary mind and body.
That said, I’m fascinated not only with the food but the mobile kitchens and stalls used to cook and serve these delicious meals.
Here are a few of my favorites shots taken dining on the run in Thailand...
Squid and Fish Balls
Tiny Thai Sweet Bananas
Durian (I stayed away from this one)
by Chris Plaisted, owner - H&H