1. Pla-Som-Tod or Garlic sour fish cake. This bite-size marinated fish balls were prepared and seasoned then left until it has hint of sourness. It is great as appetizer or eat over rice.
2. Nua Yang or Isan-Steak with grilled sticky rice on stick Is a suitable snack or main meal plate. An option of pork is also available.
3. Nam-Prik-Khai-Pu or Crab egg dip is a popular option either for eating with rice or by itself.
4. Choo-Chi-Goong or Choo Chi shrimp. Chu Chee is a type of dry curry sauce cook with seafood or fish. Best to be paired with rice.
5. Hor Mok is a popular steamed curry over some kind of meat (mostly fish or seafood) wrapped in banana leaf. It is best to eat with rice
6. Yum-Hed-Yang-Prik-Whan or Grilled mushroom and pepper salad.
7. Gaeng-Sub-Nok or Gaeng Pa "Sparrow on chopping board". It is a non-coconut curry with fish ball, Thai eggplant, green bean. Don't mind the name, you won't get any bird in your dish.
8. Sweet sticky rice with mango
9. Bua Loy with sweet salted egg.
10. Bua Loy. It is a traditional Thai sweet coconut soup with Taro and Pumpkin ball
13. Lemongrass tea
11. Sala in syrup
12. Thai Tea Panna Cotta
SUPANNIGA EATING ROOM BY KHUN YAI
SUPANNIGA EATING ROOM HAS RECENTLY BEEN ESTABLISHED AND BECAME LOCALS AND TOURISHTS FAVORITE IN NO TIME. THE ORIGINAL LOCATION WHERE WE VISITED IS ON SUKHUMVIT 55 ROAD OR SOI THONGLOR. THE SISTER LOCATIONS ARE LOCATED ON SATHORN ROAD AND THA TIAN (BY CHAOPHRAYA RIVER). ALL LOCATIONS HAS BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED INTERIOR FEATURES SOME THAI ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS.
The restaurant serves traditional Thai cuisine, some of which may have not been heard by the young generation. In fact, the name suggested so as Khun Yai in Thai means grand mother, which implies that the recipe has been past on through generations. Luckily, the genius owner created the menus with photos which helps the unfamiliar and the tourists to explore their options easily. The price is also reasonable and the selections are plenty.
BELOW ARE SOME OF OUR FAVORITES