Opened by a Japanese man in the mid-1950s, Mizu's remains an institution. Considered Japanese by many, the menu actually offers an eclectic selection of dishes, including a range of spicy curries and ox tongue—something you don't see often. Try the sizzling charcoal-broiled Sarika steaks from cattle raised in the north. The decor is a bit dated—some of the travel posters have been on the walls since the '70s—but the food is good, and it's a good place for a bite before exploring the Patpong night market.
32 Soi Patpong 1, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand