Porto Chino is located along the Rama II expressway/ highway 35. It houses many restaurants, eateries and a food court. It also have a co-working place where you can rent meeting rooms or just hang out to do your work (an increasingly popular concept for those working from homes and digital nomads).
There is a lot of variety of food available for lunch and dinner.
However if you wish to get something to eat at the odd hours, say 2am, there is a 24 hour food court called Food Port available:
The setting and ambiance is clean and comfortable. We came to eat in the food court once after we arrived from the airport and have some Malaysia guests over.
Basically even though my guests could not converse in Thai, it is quite easy to order food in the food court. They went around and surveyed the available choices…
Above is the food court setting. And came back with their favourite dishes:
Cannot resist taking picture of these coloured eggs:
At the back of the food court you have a space where it is rented out to merchants. There is also a Daiso and SE-ED bookstore.
Aside from that, Porto Chino also have business such as co-working space (useful for digital nomads and solopreneurs), pet grooming shop and a number of popular as well as fast food restaurants such as McDonalds, Starbucks and MK. Most of their business are opened from 10am to 10pm with exception of the Food Park which is opened 24 hours a day.
Address and contact details:
99/120 Moo 4, Thailand Route 35, Mueang Samut Sakhon District, Samut Sakhon 74000