This open-air restaurant on the corner of two busy streets is a reminder of Bangkok a generation ago. Small with shabby wooden tables, low ceiling fans, and surrounding noise, it may seem like an odd place to eat. Yong Lee, however, always floods with locals and tourists alike, from opening to closing time. At lunchtime the turn over is quick, but evenings are more relaxed. The menu selection is not huge, but there is a selection of prawn, crab, chicken, pork or beef dishes, and grilled duck is highly recommended. The tatty menu has no prices, but even banquet won't break the bank here.
- Feature: Outdoor dining
- Nearest Train: Asok, MRT Station