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Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Baan Ajarn Rangnam


To sir with food

Baan Ar-charn (literally house of teacher, or Ar-charn's Place), is a tourist-palate-friendly Thai restaurant on Rangnam Road, an emerging tourist and residential belt at the edge of downtown Bangkok.

Last week my friends and I went to Rangnam Road with a carving for some nice local food. The original plan was to eat at Tida E-sarn, an Issan eatery highly recommended by one of my foodie friends; however, the eatery was closed on that night. Therefore, we walked a few meters towards Rajprarop Road, and settled at Ar-charn's Place. Though the restaurant enjoys an army of tourist clients and the food could be very tourist palate friendly, it is also good for locals, at least my (local) friends love it.

Ar-charn's Place ***1/2
107/7 Rangnam Road
Phayathai, Bangkok 10400
Tel.: 02.247.1682

Open daily : 11 am - 10 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 700


Stella said...

I like your heading.

Tommy Leung said...

Ahha, a Thai restaurant for tourists, so it is for me to eat. Let's wait to see the food.

in the sea said...

The name of this restaurant is easy to remember. Thanks for teaching about Thai too.

Stella said...

The dishes look very attractive.
Price is good too.

in the sea said...

Mmh.. message missed again. Blogger unstable again. Mine has the same problem.
The deep fried food looks quite nice.

Fillet-O Fish said...

So tourists and locals can eat together here! The fish fried golden brown looks very nice.

in the sea said...

Tried again and see this time it works. Comments posted got lost.
The deep fried dishes look very nice!

Thailand Club said...

@Tommy: this place is for u, on Soi Rangnam ..

@Stella: yes, very good price, and eatable food

@Fish Burger: my friend just ate there last night, he said that the restaurant was full house, all Thais .. so this place is welcomed by both locals and tourists ..

Stella said...

If this place is welcomed by both locals and tourists that means it is very good.

in the sea said...

OK, let me try again.
The deep fried dishes look very nice!

Tommy Leung said...

Thank you TC to post another restaurant in Rangnam Road.