Thai Food Dishes You Should Try at Taling Chan Floating Market, Bangkok

Visiting Taling Chan Floating Market on weekend for your lunch is a great idea. Here is the list of Thai food dishes that you can try at this floating market.

Deep-Fried Shishamo Fish with spicy seafood sauce is one of our favorites. Shishamo is a small soft dried fish with a lot of eggs and soft bones and it can be eaten from head to tail. The price is 50 baht/set

Deep-Fried Shishamo Fish with spicy seafood sauce

Pork Satay with Peanut Sauce is cooked and sold on the boat

Pork Satay with Peanut Sauce

60 baht for a small set (15 sticks) and 80 baht for a big set (20 sticks)

Pork Satay with Peanut Sauce

Fried mussels with egg and bean sprouts, eaten with sweet chili sauce (Hoy-Thod : หอยทอด) = 40 baht

Hoy-Thod

You can find many different types of noodle dishes being served here. The price starts from 30 to 65 baht

Noodle dishes

The beef noodle is 65 baht.

Beef noodle

The price of authentic Thai Whole Grilled Fish (Pla Pao : ปลาเผา) depends on the type of fish:

- Tilapia Fish (ปลานิล) = 160-180 baht/piece

- Tab Tim Fish (ปลาทับทิม) = 190-200 baht/piece

- Snakehead fish (ปลาช่อน) = 200 baht/piece

- Sea bass (ปลากระพง) = 200-250 baht/piece

Thai Whole Grilled Fish

Baked Mussels with Thai Herbs = 50-80 baht/set

Grilled Prawns = 300-600 baht/set

Grilled Prawns and Baked Mussels

Isan (Northeast Thailand) Style Grilled Catfish (ปลาดุกย่าง)

 Grilled Catfish

Som Tam (Papaya Salad) = 40-45 baht

Som Tam (Papaya Salad)

The variety of Chili Paste (Nam Prik : น้ำพริก) that is used to eat with rice and vegetables = 20 baht/box

Chili Paste (Nam Prik)

Steamed fish with curry and coconut paste (Haw-Mok : ห่อหมก) = 25-40 baht/piece

Steamed fish with curry and coconut paste (Haw-Mok)

Other delicacies you can try at Taling Chan Floating Market: