This homey breakfast and lunch spot is easy to locate: look for the black and red round sign, red parasols, and Chinese lanterns. There are tables outside in front, and in the semi-enclosed dining room, which has lots of dark wood and vintage Chinese posters.
Ricky’s, a great little diner-style restaurant, serves decent European dishes, including western-style breakfasts like omelets and toast, and some Thai basics. That’s why it’s popular with both travelers clutching a copy of the Lonely Planet and foreign expats who work for the United Nations agencies that run along the riverside of Phra Athit Road.
A few years ago, Ricky’s moved a few doors south. So if you’ve been here in the past, just walk down the street and you’ll see it.
Riverboat taxi: Phra Athit Pier