CentralWorld is buzzing with more people than usual at the moment because a fair dedicated to street food is being held there until Sunday (see Food, p20), attempting to cement Thailand as the hub of street food. The fact is we can celebrate street food all year round given the sheer number of food vendors in this city. However, for first-time visitors (or even some Bangkok khun noos) the street food scene may feel like unexplored territory. We are here to help with our very own guide to Bangkok street food.
Street food is humble, yummy and wallet-friendly. However, the very first step to appreciating street food like a true Thai is to be able to spot it. You wouldn't want to offend a chef by asking which roadside vendor sells his foie gras creation. Circle three of the following nine food items that aren't considered street food.
ANSWER: C, H, I.
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