Ramen Tei Gaggan's Favorite Ramen Restaurant in Bangkok

Ramen Tei is chef Gaggan Anand’s favorite ramen shop in Bangkok. Specifically, the original one situated near Silom Road, between two questionable massage parlors, which dates back to 1983 (today, they have four more branches). Order Tonkotsu Chili Ramen (spicy pork bone noodle soup, THB 240), Wantan Gyoza (potstickers, THB 130), Tori Cheese Age (deep-fried chicken and cheese, THB 200), Tori Karaage (deep-fried chicken, THB 180), and Butakakuni (braised pork belly, THB 220).

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The entrance of Ramen Tei – between two massage parlors
The entrance of Ramen Tei – between two massage parlors
Classic ramen bar from 1983
Classic ramen bar from 1983
Shoyu ramen – Japanese-style noodle soup with soy sauce (THB 200)
Shoyu ramen – Japanese-style noodle soup with soy sauce (THB 200)
Wantan Gyoza – potstickers (THB 130)
Wantan Gyoza – potstickers (THB 130)
Tonkotso Chili Ramen  – spicy pork bone noodle soup (THB 240)
Tonkotso Chili Ramen – spicy pork bone noodle soup (THB 240)
Slurp it up!
Slurp it up!
Tori Cheese Age – deep-fried chicken and cheese (THB 200)
Tori Cheese Age – deep-fried chicken and cheese (THB 200)
Tori Karaage – fried chicken (THB 180)
Tori Karaage – fried chicken (THB 180)
Butakakuni – braised pork belly (THB 220)
Butakakuni – braised pork belly (THB 220)
Next time – order ramen first!
Next time – order ramen first!

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2 comments

  • Ramen Tei is one of the most mediocre places in Bangkok.

    You have to try Bankara, Kio and Uchidaya. Tei i’m afraid doesn’t even come close.

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