Located in a quiet side street in Bangkok’s Chinatown, this family has allegedly been selling hoy thot, a type of crispy mussel omelet, for 80 years – the last 30 of these at the present location.
The hoy thot is pretty good: crispy, eggy and well seasoned, with fat, fresh mussels:
The or suan, oysters fried in a sticky batter, didn’t quite live up to that of my favourite vendor, and was pretty oily, although the oysters were nice.
Daeng Racha Hoy Thot
Soi Sukorn 1, Bangkok
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