Bangkok's Chinatown is so dense with good places to eat that a committed foodie could spend years exploring the neighbourhood. As happens so often in this city of ours, an inverse relationship can exist between the outward appearance of a restaurant and the quality of the food inside.
The exterior of the restaurant. It is across the street from the Empire Hotel.
Some of the best dishes in town are served at places that look so utterly basic that even a rat might think twice before stepping inside.
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