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Flavorful and prepared perfectly. I was encouraged by all of the positive reviews to give them a try. So wonderfully pleased that I did.
I look forward to my next order. Marie Kennison August Love this place. Had the panang curry with tofu.
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Until 4 was nicely crisp on the outside and tender inside. There was lots of vegetables, the sauce was great and it was perfectly spiced. Service was good too.
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I will return. John R.
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July Another great meal at Bangkok Express. I work close by and when I walked in there was 11 people in line and I was served in under five minutes. I was very impressed. I had chicken Panang with a side of white rice,it was absolutely delicious.
My friend ordered the chicken teriyaki And he is still raving about it. Even if you aren't staying on the river, if you are staying close to the elevated train system, you can catch a train to the Taksin Bridge station. A River Express pier is on the river right below the station, and there is generally someone on duty at the pier to sell you a ticket and help plan your trip.
The boats can be dangerously crowded during peak traffic times, so avoid rush hours.
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At the beginning of the River Express operator started a new service specifically for tourists. The new "Chao Phraya Tourist Boat" uses newer more comfortable boats serving just those piers of interest to tourists. The price structure is also different. You must purchase a one-day river pass for Baht 3. Compared to the cost of just a couple of trips on the regular boats, it's rather expensive but may well be worth the comfort and convenience.
The map below shows the piers you're most likely to use. Click on the names to see a list of the sights you can reach from these piers. Tewet pier , north of the Phra Arthit Pier , is rather a sight in itself. A huge school of large fish mill about beneath the pier, waiting for people to feed them.
This tends to be rather frequently, as there are a number of vendors selling fish food on the pier. A feeding frenzy ensues the second anything hits the surface of the river around the pier.