Sashimi Street-Food

June 7, 2011

Street Cart Stall Selling Sushi Sashimi - Bangkok, Thailand - Daily Travel Photos
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A street-food stall serving "fresh" sashimi on a busy street in Bangkok.

100°F temperature, air-borne pollutants, lidless display cases combined with raw fish... what can possibly go wrong? So far, nothing, as far as I'm concerned. Among the variety of street food in Bangkok is the oft-available street food 5 baht ($0.15) "sushi". As a man of unrefined taste who values a good deal, I pop a few of these sashimi whenever I get a chance. Over the course of several years' worth of trips to Thailand, despite the seemingly high odds, I have yet to catch any debilitating illnesses from outdoor street sushi.

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Direct Sunlight Hitting Sashimi Sushi Street Food Cart - Bangkok, Thailand - Daily Travel Photos
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Direct sunlight pierces the edge of a street-food cart hocking a variety of sashimi on a busy street in Bangkok.

Delicious, isn't it?

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2 Comments - Sashimi Street-Food

1) R. -

I've never ever had a single serving of street-sashimi but I can tell you that the current feeling of nausea pulsating through my body is a direct cause of this "food" of which you speak. There are several things wrong with this 'picture,' particularly the placement of the words street, 5 baht and sushi in the same sentence.

UGH.

June 10, 2011
2) TravelGuy -

@R, delicious! I'll take 10!

June 11, 2011

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