Bangkok is a food heaven; eating options are limitless 24/7. Great value-for-money food courts, riverside eateries, Thai-style dining in antique teak houses, dinner cruises, trendy restaurants, and food markets are only some of the options available. Apart from renowned Thai cuisine with its blend of spicy, sour, sweet and salty, the smorgasbord includes every other famous type of cuisine found in the world. In Bangkok, you will find the best Italian, French, Japanese, Indian, or any other cuisine that you can think of. Here, we will start a thread to discuss such a rich dining environment. Please post your experience and tell us about the place, its address or location, what did you have, approximate cost, photos if any, do you recommend, etc. I am starting here with Chote Chitr, the ultimate "hole in the wall" with great food and reputation. We have dinned at Chote Chitr over a dozen times and never been disappointed with the food or its value. Our favorites are: the eggplant salad (Yam Makhuiao), crispy rice noodles with prawns (Meekrob), banana flower salad which is a bit earthy, and other noodle dishes, curries, etc. Very affordable: dinner for two (5 dishes) with drinks cost less than $30. More photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kalboz/sets/72157625524602378/ New York Times' article: http://travel.nytimes.com/2008/01/06/travel/06bangkok.html NPR's article: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=14053297 Located about a mile south of Khao San Rd. off Tanon Tanao in Banglamphu area.