BANGKOK RESTAURANT

Yih Sahp Luhk

Phra Athit's favorite beef noodles get a cool, Hong Kong makeover. 

Phra Athit Road's legendary Nai Soi beef noodle shop, in business for over 40 years, has now popped up with a new, spin-off branch in the Rattanakosin area, courtesy of the Teochew-founder's son. 
 
Complete with air-con and a fresh, Wong Ka Wai-worthy vibe of red lighting and cool, white terrazzo, Yih Sahp Luhk dishes out beef-heavy dishes amid fragrant aromas of Chinese spice. Yih sahp luhk literally means “easy to cook” in Cantonese, and the menu offers a single-page of simple, hot pot and rice dishes.  
 
Order up a beef hot pot (B350) to share, featuring braised beef, sliced tenderloin, beef balls and vegetables. You can also add in tendon-rich beef shank (B100) or braised kobe beef (B120) to the herby soup. Too mch? Then try our fave: the beef steamed rice in a clay pot (B220), featuring perfectly cooked rice and hints of pleasant smokiness.
 
Their classic beef noodle options start at B100 per bowl or B80 with pork.
 
Venue Details
Address: Yih Sahp Luhk, 19/2 Charoen Krung, Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 062-545-9293
Website: www.fb.com/26braisedbeef
Cuisine: Chinese, Thai
Open since: October, 2017
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am-11pm
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