Supanniga Eating Room Sathorn
Cuisine: Asian, Thai
Price Range: $
Restaurateur extraordinaire Thanaruek Laoraowirodge continues to keep traditional Thai food on the Bangkok gourmet map with his latest opening in the trendy Soi 10, Sathorn's rapidly rising equivalent... Read More
Restaurateur extraordinaire Thanaruek Laoraowirodge continues to keep traditional Thai food on the Bangkok gourmet map with his latest opening in the trendy Soi 10, Sathorn's rapidly rising equivalent of Thonglor. With the same name and same menu as Supanniga Eating Room in Thonglor, you won't get too much different here than the other branch, other than a much closer venue for those staying around Silom, the Chao Phraya River, or Sathorn, along with a more modern and upscale decor, but rest assured that the food and drinks are just as fantastic as the east side location. Supanniga Eating Room focuses on traditional Thai recipes from Laoraowirodge's grandmother, a native of Trat, on the eastern seaboard. Make sure to order the moo chamuang, a stewed pork stew dish made with leaves from the Guttiferae tree and Thai herbs, so tender and flavour filled that you'll be begging for more rice to soak up all the juice. Also worthy of high praise is the khao krieb nam jim, steamed flat rice noodles with spicy dried shrimp dressing. The restaurant boasts a special crab menu with treats like gaeng bai poo cha plu, crab meat and roe in red curry with cha plu leaves, and there is also an extensive signature cocktail menu to pair up with the food. It's a great place for a date, or to impress those who want to taste quality, authentic, and traditional Thai food in a cool setting.
- Sathorn's Best Restaurants: "Easiest way to get here is to take the BTS skytrain to Chong Nonsi station, and then walk around the corner to Sathorn along to Soi 10."
- Best for Sathorn's Best Restaurants Because: For hard to find authentic Thai dishes in a contemporary setting, Supanniga Eating Room is the real deal.