1-hour transit in Bangkok? If I don't grab a bite (even though I wasn't so hungry, and to think that I'll have a meal in my next flight anyway), I'll surely regret it.
It's what Singaporeans call "boh kam guan".
Pad thai kung sod
-> It's good, although the price was astronomical. Everything in Suvarnabhumi airport is overpriced. More so than London Heathrow. And also, notice the sprig of shallots? The main difference between pad thai sold in Thailand and outside Thailand is, well, the overseas version usually has the shallots chopped and fried with the noodle, but the Thai version has little to no shallots in the pad thai, but rather, whole sprigs of fresh shallots are served on the side. And yes, you're supposed to take bites of them while you eat your pad thai. The very thought nauseates me.