Tien Sin recently moved from it’s long time location on Soi Pipat 2 to Soi Pradu. This isn’t an area of the city we know very well, so we decided to check it out.
Soi Pradu is a road that runs parallel to Rama 3 Road and connects Charoenrat and Charoenkrung roads. It’s 1.7 km from Asiatique.
Tien Sin is one of our favorite places for lunch in Bangkok, and we eat there often. The old location was only open morning and lunchtimes Monday to Friday, but this new location is open Monday to Saturday from 06:00 to 20:00, which is great for us, as it gives us an extra local option for the weekend.
The food here is very reasonably priced, with rice and a selection of three hot dishes costing just 45 baht ($1.30).
As well as the dishes above, Tien Sin also sell noodles that are cooked to order.
Above you can see some of the other dishes that are available, although the choice varies from day to day.
The shop has been newly decorated and is clean, with plenty of seating. It’s almost directly opposite Soi Pradu 28 Alley. Just look for the yellow flags.
Tien Sin Soi Pradu Details
Address: Soi Pradu (opposite entrance to Soi Pradu 28 Alley)
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 06:00-20:00; Sun Closed
Nearest BRT: Charoenrat (you’ll probably need to get a taxi from here)
Soi Pradu is also called Charoenrat 10 and Charoenkrung 107. You can come from either direction. We usually come by taxi.