Lee Jae Veg

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204-208 Soi Yaowarat 8, Charoen Krung Rd Soi 14, Khet Samphantawongse, Bangkok, Thailand, 10110

麗姐素菜館 is a basic little veggie food eatery in Samphantawongse (China Town), next to Check Inn Chinatown hotel. Look for the red & yellow "jay" flags (vegetarian). Everything on the menu (with pictures) is supposed to be vegan, made with tofu, noodle, and rice. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-5:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Chinese, Thai, Fast food, Take-out

18 Reviews

First Review by reissausta ja ruokaa

nice veg hidden stall - Edit

it is hidden in back of street, nice food taste, and portion consider the price. ordered fried rice, Hong Kong style noodle. Taste good and will definitely come back again. The pastry by them is a hidden gems though.

Pros: multiple noodles choice, reasonable price

Cons: a bit hard to find and reach via public transport

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Well worth a little walk - Edit

Ended up here while waiting for the train. The portion size is excellent especially for the price. I walked here and left the family at the station and brought it back. Short walk but it is a little hard to find thought I’d see the name on the banner and ended up walking right by once. I saw the vegetarian part of the sign on the way back through.

Pros: portion size , price

Cons: a little hard to find

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Get the noodles soup!!!!!! - Edit

Cool back street joint. Very authentic. Best was the noodle soup. Not to be missed!!!!!

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don’t miss out on this place!! - Edit

Food was amazing! Point to your order on the menu (all pictures) and the chef will prepare it for you. Can’t remember what we ordered but it was all delicious- one noodle dish and two rice dishes, super fresh tasting.

Afterwards we got some pastries filled with veg chicken and others with taro - were also great and wish we got more to go!

Will definitely be back!

Pros: delicious , fresh , cheap

Cons: none

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very good and cheap! - Edit

better to reach from the charoen krung road
One dish with Rice only 50 baht

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Quiet place - Edit

Quiet place in a small soi with only 1 motor per 5 minutes passing!
You can enter via 3 directions. I will explain 1 when you arrive you will see the other 2. On the junction Yaowarat/ Ratchawong go against the traffic of Yaowarat. It will be the first or the 2nd soi, very small. When you see SOI 11 you have to cross the road, there is SOI 8. Go into the soi for about 400m. There you are.
Friendly people, they were even laughing among themselves.
Liked the pastrys more then the noodles.

Pros: Quiet frienspot in the middle of the Chinese chaos

Cons: very dirty, greasy menu

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Nice authentic food stall - Edit

Pretty funny setting however very authentic and full of locals. Definitely order a dish with noodles! We tried many options with our group but the noodles are definitely so much better than any of the rice dishes.

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Great! - Edit

Vg vegan food hidden in the back of an alley. Look for the jay flags.

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Delicious and cheap food! - Edit

I went there three times and everything that I ordered, was really good!! You don't have to wait long for the food and it is really cheap. Always about 50THB :)

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vegan chinese - Edit

We went there a couple of times for breakfast. We had strange dishes and didn't know what it was. But it tasted really good. It was also possible to get it spicy. The dishes with noodles we liked most.

Pros: good food, good value

Cons: difficult to find

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Best food in Bangkok so far - Edit

The place is not easy to find but it's definitely worth the detour. Only locals having their lunch with me that day (and 10 old ladies all wearing white clothes arrived when I left, the place was packed!).
I tried a noodle soup for 30 Baths and it was the best thing I have eaten in Bangkok so far! Veggies, fake meat, very large noodles and a tasty broth. Loved it and highly recommend the place!
BTW, the staff was nice to me. And I grabbed a pineapple beignet I bought from an old lady having a stall next to the restaurant for 10 Baths. Yum!

Pros: Very quiet, Friendly staff (although not speaking English), Cheap and tasty

Cons: None

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Tasty Fast Food - Edit

40 bacht - 70 bach per dish!
Noodles tasted the best.
Easy to find.
Oily but tasty food.

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-02

Pros: cheap

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en un callejón perdido - Edit

pedimos dos platos de noodles, los dos deliciosos y nos costó todo 90 baths

Cons: nada

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Totally safe up that street - keep going! - Edit

At first I almost thought we weren't going to find it - but we did. Food is cooked fresh to order and everything on the menu is vegetarian so no need to worry about cheeky meat hiding in there somewhere. We ate there twice, all the food was really tasty and 40bht for most of the dishes!! I recommend the macaroni

Pros: Friendly service, Tasty food, Easy to spot if you stick with the street

Cons: Easy to miss if you chicken out - stick with the b

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Small, but great - Edit

Easily accessible by walk from the Bangkok main railway station - Hua Lamphong. Situated in "Little China", easy to find. Food is delicious and quickly prepared, not expansive, definitely a great value for the Thai capital and such a good location. Friendly staff. Quite a small premises, just a few stools near the food stall. No disposable plastic dishes/cutlery, so environmentally-friendly - that's nice.

Pros: Great value for Bangkok, quickly done, Nice staff, Close to Bangkok main railway station

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really fast, nice and delicious - Edit

It's a really nice street food place with many choices on food, all are vegetarian, maybe even vegan. The food I got was delicious, the people were really nice and they made it in only a few minutes!
The alley is hidden from the crowds, there's a roof so you can sit in the shade and there's a nice breeze so you finally stop sweating while sitting there ;)
All in all a really good street good place!
It's relatively easy to find. The street is tiny so I walked by at first but once you're walking along the street it's in you can't miss it with it's banners!

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Yummy and cheap - Edit

I really liked this place. The food was simple, it wouldn't be considered amazing by the standards of living in China or Taiwan. But it was really tasty. I tried three entrees and liked them all. I'll definitely go back. Dishes were cheap, 30 or 40 baht. They didn't speak much English, but they did speak some Mandarin and I was able to get by. When I asked if I could order food to go, they said no.

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Good looking menu, bad service - Edit

This restaurant was surprisingly easy to find. There were big yellow advertisement hanging by this street restaurant.

They had a menu and I tried to order a noodle soup. After I tried to order that I also tried to point some mock meat photos. Eventually I got only the mock meats, no noodle soup. I decided to continue walking around Yaowarat instead of going and asking for the soup. The person serving me did not smile at all and was bored. I got the feeling that I was not welcome.

I think I will visit this place because the menu seemed interesting, but I hope next time they will understand that I might want both soup and a mock meat portion.

Pros: cheap, feeling of street food

Cons: not too friendly customer service

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