Nong Khai Pa Su
Since the owner grew up in Nong Khai, you can expect to find both Vietnamese and Isaan dishes served here. Her guay jub yuan (B60) might not be the best in town, but it tastes fresh and the soup is thick and gooey enough to hit the spot. Having started up the place some twenty years ago, she explains that her children now run the business and maintain the kitchen by themselves. And since you’re there, why not try the hard-to-find somtam Nong Khai (B50), which the owner claims is authentic, with moo yor nung (pork skin sausage, B80).