Lunch: Heavenly coffee (try the Thai iced; sweet and superb!) and tea and ridiculous-good brick toast desserts make KrungThep well worth a visit, but it's pressed sandwiches, each available as a salad if you're forgoing bread, make for a fine lunch choice. Austere, modern surrounds make for a serene but decidedly hip experience. Try the Thaiger is Crying (marinated beef, carrot, red cabbage, cilantro, cheddar and spicy sauce) or the animal-free From the Forest (steamed tofu, grilled mushroom and onion, lettuce, sesame soy mayo) and if you bring a share partner, don't let the opportunity pass to sample from the dessert menu.
- Insider Tips
- Salads - Salad Enhancements
- Pizza & Pasta
- From The Grill
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