Serves all vegan Thai noodles and rice dishes in the evenings. Located 10 minutes from BTS Saphan Taksin. Walk down to Soi 44, halfway to Changrila Hotel. JAN 2014 no longer at this location, might have moved. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan, Chinese, Thai


First Review by Long Fu wellness
  • vegan

Authentic & affordable vegan Thai

4 Posted on 09 / 23 / 2013

A good find. The friendly owner serves up flavorful Thai soups and noodle dishes to order. She speaks English and is happy to explain the dishes.

One unusual option to consider is the mung bean noodles, which are thick and chewy.

Note that the soup portions are generous. I ordered a soup and a second dish, but the soup was filling enough.


Pros: All Vegan, Tasty, Friendly
  • vegetarian

I like it a lot!

4 Posted on 06 / 20 / 2013

Discreetly located on Charoen Krung Soi 44 (look for the 7-11 on the Charoen Krung corner, or the tailor on the corner opposite Shangri-La) this is a great find. The 20 or so dishes (soup, rices, noodles etc) are photographs on the wall, the owner speaks English and the prices can't be beat. She also makes other dishes not shown, just ask. No soft drinks offered (just ice water), but she was kind enough to let me buy some soda/teas at the 7-11 to enjoy with our meal. We ate there twice in 3 days (she remembered us) and enjoyed. The soups contained chewy fish-flavored dumplings which I didn't care for, but that is my only criticism. Obviously people must like them or she wouldn't serve them. Don't go if you are in a rush, as it's a one-woman operation and she cooks each dish, and brings them out, in the order received. But no one rushes in Bangkok, so go and enjoy!
Note! The HappyCow map marker is not accurate for this place. Continue on Charoen Krung or "Shangri-La Street" to Soi 44. There is a street sign on the Charoen Krung side.

Pros: Tasty dishes, Low prices, Friendly vegan owner
Cons: A little slow. Mai pen rai!
proper or pompous?
proper or pompous?
  • vegan

good option

4 Posted on 05 / 23 / 2013

i stopped by long fu, because it was open later than the other vegan restaurants in the area. the woman running the eatery was friendly and helpful. the menu was hung on the wall, with photos to go with each item, and the owner explained what was in the dishes i asked about.

i got a soup similar to tom yum, that came in a huge bowl. i also ordered the vegetable fried rice with bits of vegan pork. the rice needed a kick, so i added some soy sauce and a touch of spicy citrus sauce, both available in containers on each table. the few dabs of soy sauce i added really brought out the flavor of the rice, and i enjoyed the soup without altering it at all.

i would like to give long fu a 3.5, but since that isn't an option, i'm going with 4.
Updated from previous review on Thursday May 23, 2013


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