If you’re a Christian expat, you might be worshipping at BICF 21st Century. If you’re like me, you would be one of the people who attend the 1130am worship service and thus will come out hungry afterwards. Luckily, Lucky Street (好运街) is just beside 21st Century Hotel.
Lucky Street is a block of restaurants and bars for the hungry and night owls. In this stretch, Sukhothai beckons to all Thai food lovers. They have the traditional Tom Yam Kung Soup (RMB28/bowl), Som Tam Thai (Green Papaya Salad, RMB 29), Pad Thai (Rice Noodles with Shrimp and Peanuts, RMB 36) and Rung Nok (Sweet Bird’s Nest with Thai Coconut Milk, RMB 68). The food their is tasty with a twist of Chinese to cater to the local people. The interior of the restaurant is typically Thai and they also sell Thai jewelry and gift items. Oh yeah.. slide the door to your right and not push when you enter the restaurant.