You wouldn't expect much by looking at this nondescript restaurant from the outside, but there is a reason why locals have been packing this place night after night for years. The place started out as a late night khao tom rice soup eatery, and has expanded to having one of the most extensive and tastiest Thai-Chinese menus in town. Just about any dish is a winner, but you will notice that most diners order a plate of aw suan (oyster and egg souffle), tom yum soup, and one of the various sizzling beef or fish platters. If you are in town during the rainy season, try the dok krajon (literally translated as "little flower") salad made with local vegetables, pork, and spices.
1087–1093 Sukhumvit Rd., corner of Sukhumvit Soi 55, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand