In Thai, hoi tod means oyster or shellfish omelet; however, the famed hoi tod at this Chinatown institution is more like a crispy pancake than a traditional egg omelet. The fillings are oysters or mussels, which are then fried with egg and a sticky rice-flour batter to create a delicious meal. To help sop up the oil, the pancake sits atop a serving of beansprouts. There is no English menu, but foreign patrons are common, so you’ll be able to point and smile your way through a successful order. Pull up a red plastic stool outside and take in the full atmosphere of Chinatown or sit inside at a metal table and watch the cooks in action.
Nai Mong Hoi Tod
539 Phlapphla Chai Road
Our Rating Neighborhood Chinatown Hours Daily 11am–9pm Transportation Hua Lamphong MRT Phone 89773 3133 Prices Mains 70B Cuisine Type Thai
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