After hearing so many people talk about Phed Mark, a restaurant owned by Mark Weins, hubs and I decided to check it out for our trip to Bangkok this time. For a much more highly-priced pad krapow, is it worth it to check out Phed Mark? Continue reading to find out more! ⸜( *ˊᵕˋ* )⸝

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About Phed Mark

Phed Mark is a restaurant in Bangkok that is owned by Mark Weins. Just in case you don’t know who is Mark Weins, he is a popular food YouTuber who is known for his enthusiastic approach to exploring different cuisines. Together with his friends, they decided to open a restaurant that aims to serve the best pad krapow in Thailand. And that is how Phed Mark is born.

How to Get There

Phed Mark is located near Ekkamai BTS station. After exiting the gantry, take the stairs down Exit 2 and keep walking straight from there. Once you spot a place with a bright red exterior, you will know that you have reached Phed Mark. It is really not that tough to find. ( ´ ω ` )

The exterior of Phed Mark in Bangkok

As usual, hubs and I always try to avoid visiting restaurants or cafes during peak hours. So we chose to visit Phed Mark before the busy lunch hour. You would think that there wouldn’t be a lot of orders considering that when we were there, there were hardly any diners. But we were wrong. It seems like Phed Mark is kind of popular on food delivery platforms. The kitchen was already busy preparing food while the counter staff was busy packing them.

The menu and the exterior of Phed Mark in Bangkok

As time goes by, more and more delivery riders arrive to pick up their order. By the time we left, the seats outside were full with delivery riders waiting for their orders. Luckily we came by earlier else we would have had to wait a long time before our food was ready. w(°o°)w

What We Ordered

Well, it shouldn’t be surprising to know that Pad Krapow is the only thing that you can order here at Phed Mark. That being said, you still had the choice to choose your preferred protein and spicy level. Fret not if you are a vegetarian, as they also have something for you as well! ( ´ ω ` )

According to reviews on Google, a lot of people were saying that the Medium Signature is a bit too spicy. Worried that we might put our stomachs through an adventure, hubs and I decided to go with the Less Spicy level (Level 3). And turned out, that the spicy level was just nice for us! Phew. I honestly can’t imagine going any spicier. But if you are like Mark Weins and treat chilli padi like nothing, don’t worry; there is a container of chilli on the table for you to adjust your spicy level accordingly if you need to. (´・ᴗ・ ` )

The main counter and our pad krapow at Phed Mark in Bangkok

We chose pork as our preferred protein, and honestly, I love it! Besides the adjustable spicy level, the pork was also stir-fried to a consistency that was not too wet. Personally, I like my stir-fried basil meat dried, and I always think it is so hard to come by a restaurant that did it dry enough for my liking. A lot of places where I had pad krapow always had it too wet. (´-ω-`) Besides the right spicy level and dry stir-fried basil pork, the sunny-side-up was also cooked to the right degree of crispiness on the sides. Breaking the runny yolk on the basil pork also helps to elevate the dish by adding a slight creaminess to the basil pork. Everything just works so well together, and that’s why I love the pad krapow here at Phed Mark. ⸜(*ˊᗜˋ*)⸝

Overall Experience

Personally, I highly recommend coming to Phed Mark because I honestly think the pak krapow was SO GOOD. Although it is priced much higher than a lot of places in Bangkok (129 baht or about 5 SGD), I think you should still drop by to try out Phed Mark for its quality and taste! (@´ー`)ノ゙

Information About Phed Mark

PHED MARK BANGKOK

⏰ Opening Hours: 10 AM – 7 PM
☎️ Phone Number: +66 83 893 8989
📒 Phed Mark Menu

You can find out more about Phed Mark Bangkok here:
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