We didn't leave Nichada until almost 9:00 p.m., and arrived in China Town about half past nine. Our first stop was a noodle stand which served noodles (big surprise) with some really tasty pork. There was just a tiny bit of pork in each bowl, so when I dropped the biggest piece on the ground, Tim just glowered at me. Next we went to another street restaurant, this time down an alley. I went to get some water from 7-11, and by the time I returned, they were already finished.
The first two stops were pretty small servings; just enough to whet our appetites. At our third stop, we ordered quite a bit of food, including crab, shrimp, vegetables, and even snails. The real treat, however, came in the form of cooked crickets and grasshoppers sold by a cart passing the restaurant. Not everyone partook in the but eating, but I did. They actually weren't bad. The crickets were a bit salty, and the grasshoppers a bit chewy. To further add to the street ambiance, a garbage truck pulled behind for a few minutes.
Our final stop was at a street stall that served some Thai deserts. I skipped most of the deserts, but did try a chocolate filled bun, which was quite good.
It was a pretty late night, and we didn't get home until almost 1:00 a.m. Sorry there are no photos from me, as I left my camera at home for the night.