7 ร้านเด็ดที่ต้องเซฟเก็บย่านรามอินทรา | Ramindra 7 Best Cheap Eats



ร้าน (English, please scroll) ต่| This is the list of places we frequent near home. They are delish, clean and wallet-friendly. You can enjoy a great meal here as often as you like and stuff your face as much as you like without having to hold your breath when the bill arrives. 

1 Kanom Cheen Baan Rao Ramindra 34 – A small mom-and-pop rice and curry place serving tasty staples include kanom cheen (rice vermicelli) with ‘nam ya or pounded fish’ ‘nam prik or peanut’ and ‘sao nam or pineapple + dried shrimp’ sauces. They also make some other Thai staples such as green curries in chicken and beef or pork ribs paneng. All with something salty such as deep-fried fishes and boiled eggs to accompany the meal. Very clean and shiny elements including serving pots and kitchen. Friendly prices, with each plate at just Bt50-60 or Bt80 for the beef curry. We paid Bt460 for a lot of things we ate that kept us filled from early morning till dinnertime. 😀 Open only Fridays through Mondays.

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Open Fridays – Mondays 10.00 – 15.00
T: 098-890-0211

 

2 Guay Tiew Sukhothai Mae Boon RuadThis place serves a wonderful selection of the old capital’s specialties. Sukhothai noodle has BBQ pork, sliced green beans, pork rinds, toasted peanut and toasted chilies. If you like it spicy, you can also add the provided toasted chili sauce, special to the place. We also like their Sukhothai style Pad Thai which is a simple rice noodle stir-fried with palm sugar and fish sauce, a bit of egg, and served topped with BBQ pork, pork rinds, toasted chilies and peanut. A squeeze of lime is what you need to make the taste vibrant and delish.

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Open Daily: 10.00 – 17.00
T: 083-685-8220


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Our go-to place for chicken rice. Now even better with biodegradable package (locally made from bagasse). So neat. Je Ang Khao Man Gai Soi Watcharapol, Ramindra. Daily (closed Mondays) T. 029455514. ร้านข้าวมันไก่ที่อร่อยมากที่สุดในกทม ข้าวมันไก่เจ๊อัง ซอยวัชรพล รามอินทรา ตรงข้ามเสถียรธรรมสถาน ไม่ได้ไปซื้อนาน วันนี้พบว่ารุ่นลูกๆ เปลี่ยนจากกล่องโฟมมาใช้กล่องชานอ้อย ที่แพงกว่ามาก (กล่องละ 5 บาท = 100 กล่อง 500 บาท โฟม 100 กล่อง 60 บาท) แถมยังไม่ขึ้นราคาค่าอาหารอีก ลูกชายหล่อ ลูกสาวน่ารัก จริงๆ โทร. 02-945-5514 เปิดทุกวัน (ปิดจันทร์) #ไก่ตัวนึงข้าวสามห่อ #กินคนเดียว #ข้าวมันไก่เจ๊อัง

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3Khao Man Gai Je AngThe classic chicken rice is one staple we have at home very frequently. And we are lucky that our place is nearby this non-descript place of Je Ang who makes the meal very expertly. We used to drive all the way to savour this particular dish at the famous Guan Ah Hainanese restaurant, but since they moved all the way to Rama 3, the trip has been too much of a hassle. And we found Je Ang an excellent substitute for our craving. Je Ang has been around at this part of town forever. And now since her children are making more decisions, the shop is now using the more expensive ‘bio-degradable’ boxes for their to-go food. This is the kind of details that I’d never expect from a place like this, but so very much appreciate it. Family-run, so call first to make sure they are open before taking a drive.

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Open Daily (closed Mondays): 9.00 – 16.00
T: 083-699-2333


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Open Daily: 10.00 – 17.00
T:085-644-5193


 

5Satang Braised duck noodleLocated in a small but very clean and neat shophouse on Seri Thai road, ‘Satang Ped Toon Ya Cheen’ serves their specialities for die-hard fans who are willing to walk. There’s no parking, but you can venture into the nearby Sammakorn community, park your car and walk out onto the street for this place. I love their duck leg noodles, or duck leg soup with steamed rice. You can also try, like my husband would do, rice with braised duck. Special portion with extra meat, blood curds and egg.

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Open Daily: 8.00 – 16.00
T: 02-736-4898


6Pa O Pork Noodle + Esan Stall at Sammakorn Community in Sapan Sung area. This is a food court inside this huge and populated community. Just drive in and park when you see the first 7/11 convenient store on your left. The food court will be just at the corner of that stretch. The recommended stalls include pork noodle, old-style, with rare choice of ‘giam ee’ or the short and fat rice noodles (see top picture) with clear or tom yam soup. The clear broth is delish, too. This noodle place is run by Pa O, the aunty who takes her time making each and every bowl meticulously. So, if you go there hungry, you can always order a plate of grilled pork neck from the nearby stall. Nice, marbled slab of pork meat grilled and served with toasted chili sauce. Yumm.

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Open Daily (closed Sundays): 10.30 – 15.00
T: 081-924-2146


7APBO Cafe at The Promenade Mall at Fashion Island is where we go for our shaved ice treats that have become a sensation among Thai teens (and aunties like me). APBO serves a good selection of shaved ice in various fruity flavours, but after having tried almost everything on their menu, we decided to settle on their ‘Mango-Cheesecake’ flavour with creamy shaved ice dotted with bites of cheesecake and topped with mango + sauce + extra dish of the sauce to your taste. The price is Bt195 per bowl, and that is good for two.

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Open Daily: 10.00 – 21.00
T: 081-449-4220




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