Ekkamai’s much-loved northern-Thai diner is so successful that it even opened a branch in Chiang Mai last year. At lunch, queues form for rows of homemade khao gaeng-style offerings, spicy sai oua (northern sausage) and khao soi gai—all at rock bottom prices. With brushed concrete floors, hanging ferns and metal lampshades, this is a cut above your average streetside diner.
Tucked in a modest shop-house just a hop from BTS Ekkamai, this restaurant packs out at lunchtime for its khao gaeng-style offerings (ever-changing curries over rice, from B50) and khao soi gai (B80). Even with the dirt-cheap prices they say everything is made in-house, from the nam prik noom (B80), to the tum kanoon (jackfruit mixed with spicy chili paste, B60), gaeng hang lay (B80) and sai oua (B60)
|Address:||Hom Duan, Ekkamai Soi 2, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 8am-8pm|
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