Ratree Seafood @ Silom

Name: Ratree Seafood @ Silom
Cuisine: Thai
Address: Silom Soi 1, Bangkok.
GPS: N13°43'41.46", E100°32'01.71"
Tel: NA
Open: 8pm to midnight.
Payment: Cash only.
Web: NA
Remarks: NA
Originally posted: July'2010
Last updated: NA

** The stall **

Ratree's small banner I believe she is the stall owner who also prepared our foods A humble selection of seafood

** Our table **

We ordered a yam woon sen but because they ran out of woon sen (Thai glass noodle) that night, they offered to use Mama Noodles (a popular brand of instant noodles in Thailand) in lieu of woon sen. There we had a yam Mama which was marveliciously good! We couldn't say the same for the rest of the dishes though. The fried eggs and rice constantly reminds us of the Gulf oil spill. And the tofu (beancurd) soup looks as if there is an ongoing drought in Bangkok. Otherwise, the portions were really huge for both of us.
Our unexpected 'yam mama' (THB80) was surprisingly good A generous serving of stir-fried mixed veg (THB80) Fried eggs. The cooking oil was equally generous too! ^_^" The tofu soup (THB70) which has more ingredient than the stock A medium serving of 'oily' crab meat fried rice (THB120)

Table for 2: It's around THB400+ (~SGD17+) for an appetizer, a soup, two dishes, a medium serving of crab meat fried rice and a few bottles of mineral water. It's a bit expensive for a roadside fare but considering the number of dishes we'd ordered, it was still quite value for money. Especially when the serving size was so generous. In retrospect, we could have just ordered only the yam, a soup, a dish and eat them with plain steamed rice.

My verdict:
+ Generous serving size
- Oily cooking

Getting there ...
Silom Soi 1, which is opposite Thaniya plaza, is next to Saladang BTS station.

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