The major community eating spots, either eat at makeshift tables or take home. Located often in back streets, but sometimes main ones, curbsides, roadsides, any side.
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It has been suggested that street food in Asia is something that supports the development of cities, provides quick snacks for people in a rush, and enables poorer people with fewer cooking tools at home to buy food that is full of flavor and cultural history. Well said by Melissa Pearce of "culture trip". However, there seems to be less and less as KFC and McD's thrive.
I love photographing these interesting social "dining" places. It is easy to see that hygiene is not a key priority. But there seems to be no shortage of customers. Much of the heating fuel is by burning small blocks of coal.
Perhaps this dog is looking at the "lunch" menu.
Above the food are spinning ribbons used to keep away insects - often a problem with these food stands.
Food on a stick is a popular way of delivery.
Many street vendors are individual sellers - picking a familiar corner to set up "shop".
Thailand is the "land of smiles" and indeed they have wonderful smiles.
This spot looks great for "stick foods".