A mix between a pancake and an omelette the delicious Hoy Tod seafood dish is better found in coastal towns than Thailand’s bustling capital.
If looking for Hoy Tod as Bangkok street food your best bet is to find a Pad Thai (Thai Noodle) stall where both dishes are often stir fried side-by-side. With similar ingredients of egg mix, beansprouts and sides of chili. It is my tasty alternative to the somewhat boring Pad Thai fried noodles.
While Hoy Tod is more commonly sold as the cheaper mussel pancake (40 baht) it is sometimes better found as the delicious oyster pancake (60 baht).