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Kanom Krok Bai Toey (Siam Pandan)

By Wilbur Suen


Kanom Krok Bai Toey is a Thai dessert/snack shop located at Siam Square. Their 2 outlets are located at Siam Square Soi 7 (beside Novotel Siam Square) and Siam Square Soi 64 (opp Chulalongkorn Univerisity Building).


In Thailand, they call their sweet desserts sweetmeats, made from flour, coconut sugar and salt. Different from Singapore because we just call it kueh.

The most popular sweetmeat here is as pictured above called Krok Bai Toey (sweetmeat with pandan). You must eat this immediately after purchasing to understand how good it is. It is warm, soft and chewy with a sponge-like pillow texture.


They also have Kanom Paeng Jee (Grilled Coconut Cakes) which is made from glutinous rice to give it a chewy and sticky texture. They usually come in yellow and black colours.


Kanom Tokyo (pancakes wrapped with custard, hotdogs or coconut). For myself, I prefer the custard (kaya) version.


All these freshly made sweetmeats are priced at 30 baht per box and you can mix- and match your favourites!

Those who know me will know that I usually buy this back for my family on the last day of my trip. In the past, I always buy this at Pratunam, opposite Platinum Fashion Mall. I have been buying from here ever since I knew about this stall because theirs is very fresh!

Kanom Krok Bai Toey (Siam Pandan)

Wilbur Suen

Wilbur Suen is the brainchild of Wilbur Suen. He is based in Singapore but loves Bangkok so much that he keeps returning. He loves travelling, eating, technology and has high standards for them. In his free time, he will be sourcing for new places to visit so that he can document and share. Try to catch him in Bangkok eating local dishes, enjoying aromatherapy spa or chilling at a rooftop bar.

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I have been trying to find the name of these, the recipe, and the pan that is used. Thank you for this information. I am from the US and have never had it, but I came across a video showing this made at a food stall. If I never get the chance to go to Singapore or Thailand, at least I can try various foods from there that are hard to find here in the US.

Wilbur Suen

Oh, they are no longer there? I will go check it out this coming week.

Wilbur Suen

It’s beside Novotel Siam Square

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