it is what it is: a budget place that serves very nice food without wanting to break the bank. The Yam Hed Sod and Muu Dhad Kapi over lunch were very enjoyable.
Thong Lee caters for a daily customer base around the area, with a considerable outside catering business. The last orders for evening dining is 19h45. The restaurant interior has not changed for 14 years in my knowledge, but is kept bright and clean with simple plastic table cloths, There is no AC so can get warm March - June with... More
Pros: service was good, prices very reasonable (250b per head including drinks), good authentic food Cons: decor and furnishing is less attractive - plastic table tops and tube lighting Overall a good eat if you're in the area!
I'm sorry guys, this seems like a nice, traditional little place and the staff were friendly enough but it really wasn't worth walking 20 mins in the sweltering midday heat to find this place and try their 'Mee Grorp' (crispy noodles). I was so disappointed with the quality of the food and my poor boyfriend had to suffer a measly... More
Worst food eaten on Thailand, meat was chewy, dishes not realy that flavoursome, not impressed at all & wont be back for quids!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Thong Lee Restaurant at 64/3 Sukhumvit soi 20, Bangkok is a delight. This amazing little place surrounded by pot plants and street stalls is a real gem in the area. It has plastic table cloths and limited seating which add to character of the restaurant. Opening hours are from 9:00 am in the morning to last orders are at... More
Just FYI, tripadvisor shows this as being on sukhumvit 2. It's actually on sukhumvit 20! Too bad we didn't realize that till after we walked all over trying to find it in the wrong place! Oh well, maybe ext trip to bangkok! (Can't attest to the food so didn't want to give too many or too few stars but had... More
I have been to this restaurant many times and just went there again today. The quality of food is stil excellent. Service was also good. So many items ti choose from the menu(also in English). The sauted liver and the Thai crispy noodle (mee krob) are my favorite. Best of all, the price is right.
In the interest of full disclosure, I am a regular here. I live in the neighborhood and eat here at least once a week. But that's a good thing. With all of the places to eat in my neighborhood (Thai and Western) this is the one I keep coming back to. First off, the food is really good. It's authentic... More
I found this place three years ago and I never come to Bangkok without coming here. The place is small and family run, and the food is great. Thong Lee serves my favorite dish in Thailand, pork fried in shrimp paste. I have had it at other places and nothing compares to the way they make it here. I dream... More
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