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If you like oysters this little hole in the wall serves up some of the best street fare to be found anywhere in Bangkok. Recently awarded a Bib Gourmand listing by the Bangkok Michelin Guide, the lady... Read More
If you like oysters this little hole in the wall serves up some of the best street fare to be found anywhere in Bangkok. Recently awarded a Bib Gourmand listing by the Bangkok Michelin Guide, the lady running this joint whips up divine plates of fried oyster or mussel crepes that have fans of the small shop lining up to get their fix. You have a choice here of ordering regular or super crispy, and the super crispy oyster plates seem to be the winner in popularity. There are only mussels and oysters made into crepe/omelets here, so don't expect anything else, and English is not spoken, although there is now an English menu to help deal with all the foreign foodies who make the pilgrimage here. The oysters are served up fresh off a hot griddle and a dipping sauce made of sweet chilies is served up alongside each portion.
539 Soi Prapachai
02 623 1890
- Daily 11am-1am
- Recommended as Best Value Because: For cheap and delicious oyster and mussel omelettes, Nai Mong Hoi Tod is the best.
- Best for Lunch Because: For the best oyster and mussel omelets in town, Nai Mong Hoi Tod stands alone.
- Best for Street Food Because: For the best oyster omelets in all Asia. 'Nuff said!
- Best for Chinatown/Yaowarat's Best Restaurants Because: For oyster heaven, Nai Mong Hoi Tod is amazing.