gooey yet crispy omelet and briny oysters melting in your mouth, the dish truly becomes a meal to savor and to remember.
Nai Mong Hoy Tod is located on Thanon Phlap Phla Chai between Trok Charoen Chai 2 and Thanon Santiphap. Despite having the address and the restaurant's immense popularity, it was slightly difficult for my motorcycle taxi to find. In a pinch, do what I always do; have your motorcycle or taxi driver stop at a taxi stand in the vicinity of the restaurant and ask where it is. Immediately upon asking, we were given proper directions and two minutes later I was seated and readying myself for my omelet.
Restaurant Name: Nai Mong Hoy Tod
Hours: 11AM - 1:30AM
Address: 539 Thanon Phlap Phla Chai, Bangkok (China Town)
Restaurant Type: Shophouse (Hole-In-The-Wall)
Reservations Necessary: No
Rating: 3.75 (Recommend)
Quality / Taste / Flavor: 4.5
The flavor of their signature dish is what make this place so special
Serving Time: 5
Under 5 minutes
At 70 baht, about what you would expect from a shophouse
Portion sizes are somewhat small. I could have easily eaten two orders
Friendliness of Staff: 4
Pleasant and relaxed
Plastic chairs and steel tables
It takes a little time to find the place but it's worth finding
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Nai Mong Hoi Tod: 539 Thanon Phlap Phla Chai, Bangkok (China Town)
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