Friday, January 22, 2010

T&K Seafood, Chinatown, Bangkok

We spotted this really busy seafood restaurant off a lane in Chinatown after our roadside 100 baht fish maw soup snack last weekend. Had to wait approximately 20 minutes, but just look at the seafood on the grill and you'll immediately decide it's worth the wait!

(Address and phone number as obtained from Trip Advisor) 49-51 Soi Phadung Dao Chinatown, Bangkok, Thailand
02-2234519 )

Because it was so crowded, we had to settle for 'tatami' styled seats on this litle area between the 1st and 2nd floor. Not a very comfortable experience I would say.

Will you just look at those prawns being grilled. If I am not mistaken, they cost only around 30 baht per prawn. (RM3 ..tell me, is this possible in KL???)
And those crabs....yum!!!
Tangy and fresh...

Omelette with oysters. Again, look at the size and generous servings of oysters compared to the scrawny looking ones we get here. Not to mention that the taste was not too bad too!

My fav, CRABS!!! Although there were a bit small in size and not as meaty compared to those we saw on the grill.
...additional stuff we ordered, after we did not get enough - stuffed crabs.
and the fish baked with salt.
and what better way to end your dessert than with bird's nest! Yummmm at only 100 baht per bowl
BTW, they have very delicious crab fried rice too!
Price came up to approximately 1900 baht for 4 people which is pretty reasonable for the amount of seafood we had.
Ambience: 5/10
Price: 7/10
Service: 6/10
Food: 7/10

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