Pre-cooked food you select on a "cart" / counter towards the street.
Most of it is quite spicy. She has soy fake meat, fake pork, etc.
The restaurant feels a bit claustrophobic but you get free cucumbers at the table, if you want.
Prices are a bit confusing. Thai people seem to pay 50B, but I was charged 70B. I asked what prices are but did not get an answer - she just looked confused as if she did not speak a word of English (or pretended she did not). (No communication problems when ordering though.) Not that 20B matter that much but it is annoying when people try to rip you off based on your skin color.
I decided to give it a second chance and went again for take-away. I asked to have a meal for fifty (ha-sip) baht. she asked which dishes I wanted so I pointed to two that looked nice. I think she did not recognized that I had been there before (and thus knew the prices). Somehow she made it so that I should pay 150 ... 50 for each dish and one of the dishes she put in 2 bags. So 3 bags and each would cost 50.
I don't understand why take-away would be three times as expensive as eating in the restaurant.Pros: Soya meat, cheap
Cons: Rips off farranghs (foreigners), Claustrophobic, no or only little English