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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Lieo Lieng Seng @ United Center


Time honored hole-in-the-wall grows bigger!
A hole-in-the-wall, secret foodies joint, Lieo Lieng Seng recently opened a canteen-like branch at United Center, right at C.B.D.'s Silom Road; now everyone can have easy access to Lieo's Thai-Chinese time tested menu, though the ambiance is (still) not 'on the menu'.

Lieo also owns the Kingdom's oldest ice cream recipe. Lieo's 555 Ratchawong Ice Cream was the first ice cream vendor in Thailand (yes, more than a century ago); the recipe passes on to Lieo's third generation, with the use of the best ingredients, is also available at Lieo Lieng Seng @ United Center.

dried fish maw in supreme broth, THB 100

wok-burnt tofu with bean sprouts and preserved sour veggie, THB 100

stir-fried kale, THB 100; fish maw in supreme broth, THB 100

oysters casserole, in Lieo's secret sauce, THB 300

fried bamee boran (literally ancient egg noodle) with chicken, ham, or crab meats, THB 100

Lieo Lieng Seng @ United Center ****
Basement, B1 #103, United Center
323 Silom Road
Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel.: 081.827.6512
Lieo Lieng Seng

Open daily : 11 am - 9 pm
Pay (food only for one): around THB 300 

** update: sadly this branch is now a history; its original branch at Galaxy Square (off Rama 4 Road) is still serving old-school Thai-Chinese at present.

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in the sea said...

Need to visit this place soon... :)

Stella said...

Is this the gorgeous place that 5 of us ate 15 cups of ice cream?

Stella said...

Yes the Lieo's ice cream is very good especially the Durian flavor.

in the sea said...

Good that they use the red table cloth for the new branch.

Thailand Club said...

the opening of this Lieo's junior is like a warrant to solve my taste-buds torture at Silom while craving for decent Thai-Chinese cuisine; they cook good, but seriously lacking of restaurant management and pr skill, so worry about them!

Stella said...

If they have everything then not this price la.

Tommy Leung said...

I remember the 555 ice cream that you brought us to eat. It was very delicious. If it opens a shop at Silom now, so in future we can eat there first and party later.