Read my reviews on the Night Bazaar, Saturday and Sunday Night Markets. This falls behind the Saturday and Sunday markets, mainly due to it's size and street food offerings but it comes into its own in terms of dry food products.
It sells most of the same stuff as the other markets, it's definitely less crowded and although I didn't try the seafood restaurants (see other reviews), these were packed and looked clean.
I spent around 500 baht on 3 massive bags of dried fruits, cooking ingredients (I took part in a cooking course so was stocking up) and awesome pork scratchings! For the amount of what I bought, I think I got a good deal (obviously haggled). I would be paying much more in Malaysia for the dried mangos, longans, papaya, durian etc. The Thai chilli paste was just over a pound a bottle and I bought 3 of these. Finally, the pork scratchings were amazing!
There is a small ice cream shop which does a delicious rum raisin...
If you do go to the Night Bazaar, try and find this place. Hopefully you won't regret it and end up buying loads of food as well as trying the restaurants whom others are mentioned
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