After a couple of hours of shopping for clothes and appliances at Talat Sao Mall, it was time to head home for lunch. We saw a couple of street food vendors selling some local fresh fruits and some imported fruits from neighboring countries like Thailand and China near the parking lot and decided to buy some for snacks later.

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I spotted a lady selling grilled banana, sweet potato, corn, and cassava on the sidewalk by entrance / exit to Talat Sao Mall. It made me think of my mother who likes to have grilled fruits for snack so I bought a couple of grilled items from each group.



  1. Yummy!! My mouth was watering looking at your pictures!! I hope one day I will be walking through Talat Sao as well!!

  2. Sabaidee Chanh,

    I hope you’ll get there soon enough. Just be careful of what you buy and know your source. The best option is to visit Saturday farmers’ market at That Luang square. If I had it my way we would be buying fruits and veggies from there weekly. The price is not much difference from what I can tell but the distance for my relatives is an obstacle for them, plus they don’t seem to care for organic produce like I do.

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