Bangkok is known for its outstanding food options not only in fantastic taste but in exceptionally great food for the price. While most Thais will tell you that the best food is often found at specific street vendors, there are also plenty of no frills restaurants that have great value dinners with tables and chairs and a bit of air con. If it is Thai you are after, why not try some hearty northeastern Isaan fare at popular spots like Baan Som Tam, recent winner of a Bib Gourmand from Michelin, or Lung Yai. For Thai Chinese, Pochana 55 may be a hole in the wall, but it has been serving satisfied customers for years and consistently providing fantastic meals at a pittance. The same goes for nearby Saengchai, which has great seafood and cheap prices. If it is Chinese dumplings and a bit of northern Chinese cuisine that tickles your fancy, not only does Hong Teong Long have the best in the city, but they are half the price found elsewhere. If you like Indian biryani, try Home Kitchen Islamic Restaurant, noted for its mutton biryani dish, and quite affordable. Thong Lor is not known for cheap restaurants, but Supanniga Eating Room is quite reasonable, and the hard to find Thai dishes make it well worth a visit. Japanese food also isn't cheap, but Bankara Ramen makes the best noodles in town, and it won't empty your wallet. And last, but certainly not least, for the best value breakfast you can find anywhere in Asia, head over to the lunch counter at one of the various outlets of Took Lae Dee, a legendary Bangkok institution. You will get plenty of bang for your baht following this 10 Best list!