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Ramkhamhaeng

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If you're looking for a quick snack, nearly all the sois of lower Ramkhamhaeng have carts serving simple street food. Aimed at locals working or living in the area, prices at these street markets are remarkably cheaper than in the common tourist spots - you can have a simple meal for around 50 baht or even less. Many of the shopping malls in Ramkhamhaeng offer food courts as well as a varied selection of Thai and Western chain restaurants.

 
 
 
 
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Street food by Deror Avi

Chlorophyll Bar and Grill
82 Lat Phrao Soi 64 (just inside the soi from Lat Phrao Road).
This Bali-inspired restaurant features outdoor dining in a quaint garden setting. They serve Thai and Japanese fair with the occasional live music on the weekends.

Na Phra Ram 9 Market
Ramkhamhaeng Rd (ARL Ramkhamhaeng, just south of the intersection with Rama IX Road).
This is a simple street food market situated at the southern end of Ramkhamhaeng Road. It seems to be at its best during evenings, when many commuting office workers and locals picking up some snacks at the hawker stalls. You can get Thai-style satay (meat on skewers) and fish dishes, seafood, rice dishes and many more.

The Nine Neighborhood Center
Corporate Center 999 Bldg, 999/1-4 Rama IX Rd (10 minutes drive east from the Ramkhamhaeng-Rama IX intersection).
A community mall clustered with a selection of restaurants. You can enjoy a variety of Thai, Chinese and Japanese foods here. There are also the American-style fast food restaurants as well as Western restaurants serving steaks, pastas, etc. If you just want a drink and may light snacks, Starbucks is present alongside other coffee shops and tea houses.

Power Food Center
GF, Central Power Center Huamark, 177 Ramkhamhaeng Rd (between Ramkhamhaeng Soi 27 and 29). Opens: daily from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
The shopping centre does a good job of its food court. There are about a dozen separate counters for different kinds of food including Japanese, Thai, European and a beverage counter. It works with a coupon system, so first buy coupons at the booth. Then you use these coupons at any of the counters surrounding the central seating area. This food court is recommended for those on a budget but prefer a certain level of dining comfort.

Sinthorn Steak House
3331/2 Ramkhamhaeng Rd (between Soi 85 and 87, near Lam Sali intersection). Opens: daily from 11:00 a.m to 11:00 p.m.
This steak restaurant is touted as the largest halal (foods permitted for Muslims) restaurant in Thailand. Obviously the restaurants serve Middle-eastern steaks but also serves American steaks, European steaks, Italian food, Thai food and (from 16:00 onwards) Korean-style meat buffet.

 
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