When chickens come flying

Bangkok offers a plethora of culinary experiences. Many of the restaurant chains in Thailand’s malls are pretty nice, but they lack that certain something. One can also dine pretty expensively in Bangkok, for example in one of the rooftop restaurants, or in an exquisite Japanese restaurant. But have you ever been to a restaurant where grilled chickens are flying through the air? Then this culinary tip may be something for you!

At the Bangkok Flying Chicken Restaurant every grilled chicken is, before it arrives on the customer’s plate, thrown elegantly through the air in some fashion. You can see the different styles in the pictures.

In terms of taste, the food is on par with Thai average. The grilled chickens, unfortunately, don’t taste especially nice.

Ever seen a flying grilled chicken? No! Then you have to visit Bangkok Flying Chicken Restaurant. Read more…

Act 1: Catch the grilled chicken with the tray.

Ever seen a flying grilled chicken? No! Then you have to visit Bangkok Flying Chicken Restaurant. Read more…

Act 2: Catch the grilled chicken with the helmet skewer.

Ever seen a flying grilled chicken? No! Then you have to visit Bangkok Flying Chicken Restaurant. Read more…

And this is what the chicken looks like at the table.

Ever seen a flying grilled chicken? No! Then you have to visit Bangkok Flying Chicken Restaurant. Read more…

And here something particularly acrobatic. 🙂

How to get there: Taking a taxi to the restaurant can take quite a while, since it is located in Bang Na, in the east of Bangkok. Avoid the traffic jams by taking the Skytrain/BTS up to Udom Suk and leave the station on the left-hand side, opposite the Honda branch and the petrol station. There, take a taxi for the short remainder of the trip, or, if you prefer, the bus. Lines 38, 46, 48 or 139 go past the restaurant. After the bus makes a left turn, you’ll see minibuses by the side of the road. Get off at the following stop. Alternatively, if you are in a cab, look out for the one-meter chicken statues.

On the way back you should cross the wide road via the nearby pedestrian crossing, and take a taxi or bus from the other side. The reason being that the next chance for a U-turn is two kilometres down the road.

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