Eating Out

1) BRAKE TAEK (Noodle Soup)
Serves a delicious and renown ‘Tom Yam Noodle Soup’. Here too, hard to get a table for lunch and you might have to wait quite a bit.

2) MEE TON PHO (Bhodi Tree Noodle)
Serving great noodle soups using… Instant Noodles! as well as some amazing porridge. Half the restaurant is full before they even can take the first order, so get ready to wait, but it’s worth it!

3) ANG SEAFOOD (Fresh Seafood)
It looks small and narrow, but once inside it’s much bigger than you think. Very popular among locals and always full (hard to get a parking).

4) MEE SIAM (aka LOKTIEN)
This very local food court was renovated not long ago and doesn’t appears as ‘old and dirty’ as it used to be (I kind of miss that). But they still serve their great food.

5) THAI POTHONG (Modern Thai)
Small and crowded, it’s an all time breakfast favourite, it is always full, no exceptions, you’ll have to wait for someone to finish breakfast to jump on their ‘not yet cleaned’ table or you’ll be missing it.

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