On the second night, we took a cab from Baiyoke Boutique Hotel to Chinatown. The driver charged us 145 Baht, which is quite expensive because the journey only around 20 minutes. We could find T & K Seafood restaurant easily, maybe because it is famous.
All the workers in green attire. The restaurant is a corner shop and full of customers, very obvious from far. We choose to sit upstairs with air-conditioned, but many people prefer to have their meals outside the restaurant, at the roadside, maybe is just for the ambiance.
Glass noodles and prawns. The taste of the glass noodles is superb! I even prefer it than the prawn, lol.
A must eat dish in Bangkok- Tom Yam. This is the type I like, not too sour but instead a bit sweetened, really goes well with the rice. We ordered Tom Yam seafood, and we were given a sumptuous amount of seafood, yum yum...
The whole meal was cheap, but I forgot exactly how much it was, around 800 Baht. I realized that at most of the Thai restaurants, the waiter will take back the receipt after we paid the bill, and I do not understand why they practise so.