Th Bamrung Meuang Religious Shops
The stretch of Th Bamrung Meuang (one of Bangkok’s oldest streets and originally an elephant path leading to the Grand Palace) from Th...
The residents of Ban Baat inhabit the only remaining village of three established in Bangkok by Rama I (King Phraphutthayotfa; r...
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327 Th Mahachai · interesting places nearby
Jay Fai information
You wouldn’t think so by looking at her bare-bones dining room, but Jay Fai is known far and wide for serving Bangkok’s most expensive pàt kêe mow ('drunkard’s noodles'; wide rice noodles fried with seafood and Thai herbs).
Jay Fai is located in a virtually unmarked shophouse on Th Mahachai, directly across from a 7-Eleven.
The pàt kêe mow price is justified by the copious fresh seafood, as well as Jay Fai’s distinct frying style that results in an almost oil-free finished product.