Look past the many other Thai restaurants in the building to hunt down this authentic spot. The nosh is fiery and pocket-friendly, while the space sees a bustling ambience not unlike that of Bangkok's street stalls. For rainy night comforts, the Clear Tom Yum Seafood ($15) is sweat-inducing, incredibly fragrant and chock-full of seafood and mushrooms. Also good is the coconut milk version — the Tom Yum Talay Yai (from $12). Adventurous eaters should get the Grilled Pork Tongue ($12) for delicious slivers with a nice bite. To cap dinner off with much-needed carbs, both the Stir-Fried Vermicelli (from $6) and Mee Mama Salad ($12) will hit the spot.
Photo by Burppler Wei Zhi Chiang