Street Bangkok Local Food, the rendezvous of hipsters on canal Saint-Martin

Flashing neons, great sounds, sizzling meats, things are jumping here, just like in the street of Bangkok. Normal, this new super trendy hole in the wall on canal Saint-Martin is highly inspired by stands street-food stands of the Thai capital.

In this bustling spot, local hipsters and foodies in the mood for fun and games gather around communal tables for authentic spicy eats. An ideal place to meet Mr. Right… Over to you!

On the menu? A traditional papaya salad (very hot),  divine skewers of chicken breast with coconut and satay sauce, pork marinated in garlic, pimped with coriander and black pepper. Special kudos to their steamed salmon with mint lemon, ideal for girls on a diet. Recipes concocted by the ex chef of the Bangkok Mandarin Oriental herself.

And for those who want a different kind of drink, try their house lemonade with ginger (3,50€) or a Tsinga beer (3,50€), just so you can clink glasses with the table next door—hoping for more.

Cold dish+rice (10€), hot dish+rice (12€), cold dish+hot dish+rice (15€).

 

Open Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 11pm, on Sunday from noon to 5pm.

Also discover Baranaan, the new clandestine Indian bar.

 

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Julie Zwingelstein

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