I've written about my favourite Suda in BKK before (you can read about it HERE), and we visited again last time we were back in BKK. Prices had gone up fractionally, but nothing else had changed.
I had the chicken with garlic and a Diet Coke, all for the princely sum of 100bht. Suda was buzzing and the service was speedy. There were the usual pigeons flapping around, and the odd stray cat weaving its way under the tables from one edge of the open sided restaurant to the other. Like I said in my previous post, this is cheap and cheerful eating, not fancy restaurant dining, so don't worry too much about the urban wildlife and the slightly sticky plastic tablecloths.
I managed to grab a snap of the opening hours this time, and pretty much the only time you can't get a meal is lunchtime on a Sunday. They've got a liquor licence, and if you're a regular they'll keep your bottle of whisky behind the bar with your name on it.