This family-run market-style eatery debuted more than 50 years ago as a coffee shop. Today it is one of the most popular spots in the area for locals to dine. Arrive in the morning for a quintessential Thai breakfast. Start with Thai coffee, which makes generous use of the cans on condensed milk stacked by the register, and an order of porridge made with rice and a protein. Lunch is more of a free-for-all since there are multiple vendors to choose from (hence the mountains of menus on the table at the front). The seafood salad is world-class and most tables order either the hotpot sukiyaki or glass noodles with prawns
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