Regulars say this Chinese-Thai restaurant, next door to Wat Plaplachai, has the city's best tom yum goong (spicy shrimp soup). Chefs may come and go, but the owner somehow manages to keep the recipe to this signature dish a secret. The food here is consistently excellent; try the naw mai thalay (sea asparagus in oyster sauce), the phad kra prao kai moo goong (spicy chicken, pork, and shrimp with basil leaves), the curried beef, or the sweet-and-sour mushrooms. Simpler options, like fried rice, are also very good. The fried taro is an unusual and delicious dessert.
3/1 Maitrichit Rd., Bangkok, 10100, Thailand