Thai Seafood at Bangpoo - DELICIOUS Crispy Fish and Sour Soup | สุดยอดอาหารทะเลที่บางปู สมุทรปราการ

Thai Seafood at Bangpoo - DELICIOUS Crispy Fish and Sour Soup | สุดยอดอาหารทะเลที่บางปู สมุทรปราการ
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About 25 km from Central Bangkok is a place called Bangpoo (บางปู / สถานตากอากาศบางปู). It’s one of the closest places from Bangkok to the ocean. And although it’s not a swimming ocean, you can feed seagulls there and the best part of taking a day trip there is to eat some delicious seafood at the restaurant on the pier.

So first off in this video, we drove down Sukhumvit towards Samut Prakan (สมุทรปราการ), which is the next southern province from Bangkok. The drive didn’t take long and we decided to stop off in Samut Prakan town to visit the seafood market. If you enjoy seafood, the Samut Prakan market is a great place to visit and look around. Just outside the market, we stopped to have a fresh squeezed juice. I tried an interesting juice combination of bitter melon and green apple. It was a little intense, but I enjoyed it.

We continued on drive to Bangpoo (บางปู). Bangpoo (บางปู) is owned by the Thai Navy and it’s basically a little center where you can walk out of the pier and look at the ocean and feed the seagulls. Bangkok is not located right on the ocean, but it’s about 20 km or so from the mouth of the Gulf of Thailand. So taking a Bangkok day trip to Bangboo (บางปู) is one of the closest places you can get to the ocean from Bangkok.

At Bangpoo (บางปู) you can buy some food to feed the seagulls, and many people do. Or you can just watch the seagulls and they gracefully soar over the pier and mangrove forests along the coastline.

At the end of the pier is a Thai seafood restaurant that you’re not going to want to miss eating at. The restaurant is called Sala Sukjai Restaurant (ร้านศาลาสุขใจ), and it ha a pretty antique classic feel to it with a ballroom in the middle, and two wings of seating. The restaurant is open air so you get the sea breeze, and while you eat delicious Thai seafood, you can watch the seagulls and the view.

Here are the Thai seafood dishes we ordered:

1. Fried fishcakes (ทอดมันปลา) - The fish-cakes were excellent, with good texture and curry paste flavor.
2. Deep fried barramundi fish (ปลากะพงทอดน้ำปลา) - The fried barramundi fish with fish sauce and green mango salad was delicious.
3. Mussels baked in pot (หอยแมลงภู่อบ) - These weren’t exactly New Zealand mussels, but they were pretty good, and steamed in a pot with basil and lemongrass.
4. Stir fried fern with oyster sauce (ผักกูดผัดน้ำมันหอย) - This is a wonderful vegetables, and at this seafood restaurant they just stir fried it with oyster sauce.
5. Potaek seafood soup (โป๊ะแตก) - This was probably my favorite dish at Sala Sukjai Restaurant (ร้านศาลาสุขใจ), the soup was so pure and so sour.
6. Shrimp with mung bean noodles (กุ้งอบวุ้นเส้น) - Not the best version I’ve ever had, but taste was good still.

On this Bangkok day trip to Samut Prakan and Bangpoo (บางปู), the highlight was the seafood meal at Sala Sukjai Restaurant (ร้านศาลาสุขใจ).

If you want to take a quick day trip to one of the closest places to see the ocean near Bangkok, this is a fun place to visit.

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Sala Sukjai Restaurant (ร้านศาลาสุขใจ)
Address: Tambon Bangpoo, Thanon Sukhumvit, Amphoe Mueang Samut Prakan District, Samut Prakan 10280
Open hours: 10 am - 10 pm daily
Phone: 02-323-9911

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