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Victory Monument is home to a number of restaurants and plenty of street stalls serving up dishes from around the world, although Thai food is definitely the favorite. Casual and stylish venues alike abound. It is always recommended to check out places favored by the locals, who know where to find authentic, well-prepared food at good prices.
Mobile Steak specializes in Thai food from the northeastern regions. Seafood, beef, rice, and vegetarian options are all available in a variety of great combinations. Choose from a full dinner to lighter fare as your appetite dictates. Mobile Steak is right near the Pullman King Power Hotel at Soi Rang Nam. It is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Located in Ari Soi, Pla Dib focuses on Japanese and fusion dishes that are sure to please just about anybody with a love of seafood. Fish and shellfish of all kinds are the main ingredients in a variety of creative and carefully prepared dishes. For those without a taste for marine cuisine, meats and salads are also available. Pla Dib does get busy, so it is worth to arrange your place ahead of time. They open at 5 .m. and close at around midnight. Pla Dib is closed on Mondays.
Taksura is great for affordable, casual meals that won’t cause you to miss out on flavor. The Thai food menu and good drink prices make it a great place to stop for dinner out with friends. Many locals, especially workers and students, favor Taksura. The curry is a special favorite. Taksura has its own garden that adds a bit of style to this relaxed experience. It is open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Café de Norasingh serves excellent appetizers and lunch items such as sandwiches, but its main attraction is its beautiful décor. This is no surprise, as the café is located in Phra Mongkut Hospital in what was once a chamber used for royal receptions. The architecture is stunning and includes fantastic frescoes. The café is open on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Weekend hours are 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Rang Nam Beef Noodles has a pretty self-explanatory name, and it is a good choice for this dining venue. It is simple, clean, and basic, but serves some of the best beef noodle dishes in Bangkok. It is often crowded during the day thanks to its great food and small size. Rang Nam is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Monday to Saturday.
Salt has a clean, modern look that is complemented by a nice outdoor dining setting in its own garden. This restaurant has an enormous menu of Asian and European dishes as well as some creative creations of its own. Salt gives diners the opportunity to try a great mix of flavors inspired by dishes from around the world. Hours are from 6 p.m. to midnight from Wednesday to Monday.
Jakkee is a long-established shop house that has a loyal base of customers. It has retained these patrons over many years thanks to its menu of delicious favorites, especially noodle dishes. Jakkee serves Chinese foods from stir fries to wontons, but adds a bit of its own special flare to each dish. It is somewhat pricier than similar restaurants, but it is an experience of its own and there are many affordable options. Jakkee Restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.