Eating in Sukhothai is all about sampling the city's famous dish, kway tiaw, or Sukhothai noodles -- a mouth-watering plate of rice noodles with crispy pork, garlic, green beans, cilantro, chili, and peanuts in a broth seasoned with soy sauce. For the best, try Baan Kru Iew on Vichien Chamnong Road or Jayhea. New Sukhothai's night food stalls (close to the bus stop for the Historical Park) are also good for casual grazing. For a touch of nightlife with your meal, Chopper Bar (Prawet Nakhon Road opposite a 7-Eleven) has live music, a rooftop terrace, and drinks while Poo Restaurant (24/3 Jarodvithithong) has a terrible name but a good selection of Belgian beers.
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