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03 July 2013 ~ 3 Comments

Big Bite Bangkok Food Tasting Charity


I used to love events like this back in the U.S. and am so glad to see the beginnings of artisanal movements here in Bangkok. It’s kind of ironic really because in essence many of the street vendors are the embodiment of artisanal food; that is food which is made by hand using traditional methods.

Big Bite Bangkok – The city’s only charity food tasting market!

Big Bite Bangkok is a series of outdoor markets featuring the best of the cityʼs small-scale artisinal food producers.

Food lovers from around the city come to taste, mingle, and donate money to charity.

At long last, a market for people who love food in all its forms: be it Thai, non-Thai, grilled, stir-fried, solid, liquid, or sold on a stick. From nam prik to bagels, doner kebab to freshly baked bread, Big Bite celebrates all that is delicious, edible, and thoughtfully made in Bangkok. The market will do this by featuring the handiwork of vendors from around the city.

Everyone attending the market samples big bites of the food on display for free. If they love what they taste, you can purchase bigger portions of the items from any of the vendors to eat or take home for later.
How to Attend Big Bite

The next event is July 14th, 2013 & will take place in the parking lot of the Maduzi Hotel (accessible by MRT & BTS).

Maduzi location map

Note: Please ride or walk, there’s no parking available.

Watch our facebook page or signup for our newsletter to make sure you’re invited!

Big Bite Bangkok donates its proceeds to In Search of Sanuk, a volunteer-led organization sponsoring at-risk families in Bangkok (for more info visit

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