There’s little English-language signage to lead you to this 90-year-old mansion in the heart of old Bangkok, which is all the better,...
Raat Naa Yot Phak
An open-air restaurant that has been selling the eponymous fried noodle dish for 40 years. Don’t miss the pàt see éw , wide rice noodles...
474-476 Th Tanao · interesting places nearby
Kaiyang Boran information
In a neighbourhood filled with old-school Bangkok-style grub, Kaiyang Boran’s unabashedly Isan menu stands out. It is even more incongruous considering that the owner is Thai-Chinese and had never eaten the fiery dishes of the northeast until he met his wife from Chaiyapoom. The comfortable setting and air-conditioning make this an ideal spot for overheated neat freaks made nervous by streetside dining.