Khanom Tang Taek to try at Wang Lang


Thang Taek

Khanom Tang Taek Pa Tim has always been a legend in the Thai-style pancake world. It’s been selling this yummy dessert for over 7 years in the neighbourhood of Wang Lang, and can be noticed from a mile away thanks to its long line of customers and sweet aroma that fills the air.


Delicious Thai-styled spongy pancakes


If you happen to love Khanom Buang, a smaller version of the crispy pancake that comes topped with cream and Foi Thong (shredded egg yolk), Khanom Tang Teak is an upsized version with a spongier texture – aka more to enjoy.

Thang Taek

Here, the staff work like clockwork and are mesmerising to watch, with how quickly they flip the pancakes. The queues can be long, but you don’t need to wait that long as the service is speedy.

Thang Taek

Pa Tim, or Auntie Tim, offers her customers 10 toppings and all of them are very popular. You can opt for basic toppings like Coconut (฿15), Corn (฿15), Steamed Custard (฿15), Golden Threads (Foi Thong) (฿15), Soybean with Sugar and Sesame (฿15).

Thang Taek

If you want to try more interesting toppings, opt for pandan threads (฿20) that has a clear pandan fragrance, or dried shrimp (฿15) if you prefer something savoury.

Plus, there are other choices you can choose from, including Taro (฿15), Raisins (฿15), or Med Khanoon (฿15) which is a Thai traditional dessert made of mung bean and egg yolk.

Thang Taek

This store presents its customers a freshly-made Tang Taek that comes with generous amounts of topping. Each pancake is also spread with soft cream – a blend of coconut sugar and egg white. We tried 6 toppings and all of them went really well together. Plus, each pancake was perfectly crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.

Thang Taek

To get the highest satisfaction, you should finish all of them while they are hot and crisp. 


Don’t miss this Khanom Tang Taek store while at Wang Lang


Thang Taek

Pa Tim’s store is very popular among locals and has been around for long. 

It’s situated near Kasikornthai Bank, so use that as your landmark. If you come here by boat and drop off at Wang Lang pier, it will take you just 5 minutes via a walk through the market and to the store. 

Also check out while at Wang Lang:

Khanom Tang Taek Pa Tim
Address: 51/1, Pran-nok Rd., Siriraj, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok 10700
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun: 6AM-6PM (closed on Mondays)
Telephone: +66 85 937 1193
Nearest Train Station: Issaraphap MRT
Website


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