During the day, the emphasis here is on kà·nŏm jeen (fresh rice noodles served with various curries and herbs). At night, locals come for mǒo gà·tá (DIY barbecue). Look for the yellow sign.
A small but fun night market convenes around the Pratu Chai (Victory Gate) intersection every evening.
This friendly family sells Thai sweets, including a tasty kôw nĕe·o má·môo·ang (mango sticky rice). There’s no English sign, but it’s the old shophouse just west of the police station.
This place does just one dish: fat bowls of kôw soy. Order a regular or jumbo bowl supplemented with beef, pork or chicken. It’s the bright yellow place just opposite Nok Bin.
This modern cafe offers air-con and an English-language menu of quick, light, fried rice–type dishes. There’s a small handicrafts shop here.