One of the benefits of being in Bangkok is the availability of inexpensive and delicious food that you can grab on the go. Of course, street food is never hard to come by, but there are also many other options for a quick meal on a budget. Busy commuters who frequent the BTS Sky Train system are happy to grab a quick snack at one of the many food vendors at and around the BTS stations throughout the city. Yamazaki Express, and their sister company St. Etoile bakery (usually found in Bangkok malls) is located at several BTS stations such as Asoke and Mochit. Grab fresh baked donuts $.37USD cents , cheese bread $.62USD cents, muffins $.87USD cents , or pineapple or look-tan pies for $.68USD cents a piece. They also have some fantastic croissant options including the ever familiar butter croissant, chocolate croissant, whole wheat croissant, as well as more unique varieties such as the chili sausage croissant, all for under $.62USD cents piece. Oishi express is also found at several BTS stations and is a great place to pick up a salmon sushi roll set for $2.46USD or buy individual pieces of sushi for $.31USD cents – $1.00USD a piece.
Mr. Orange also is frequently found at the BTS stations and they have tuna and ham and cheese sandwiches for about .$62USD cents a piece while selling fresh squeezed orange juice and strawberry juice for $.62USD cents a bottle. If fruit and herbal juices are your idea of a quick and healthy snack, then a visit to one of the Soontra stands is in order. They are easy to finds at almost every BTS station and they are always refreshing because they keep the drinks on ice. Soontra has thick, delicious, refreshing, tangy fruit and herbal juices such as Passion Fruit & Beetroot, Carrot & Passion Fruit and Lemongrass & Pandan, all for $.62USD cents a piece or the Guava or Coconut juice for $.56USD cents a piece. Another favorite at the sky train stations is Coffee Road, where you can grab a ham & cheese sandwich for under $1.00USD and a nice cup of strong coffee (Cappuccino, Espresso and Americano coffees ranges from about $1.06USD – $1.40USD a cup, where as latte will cost closer to $1.56USD). They also have a variety of They also have a variety of Thai snacks that you can get for $.62USD cents or less. Bangkok has plenty of options for BTS commuters who are on the go but are looking for a quick and inexpensive snack options.