Street BKK: the new buzzing Thai at Odéon

Crying tiger with Black Angus meat from the Street bbk restaurant in Paris

We have good news for all the fans of coconut milk, made in Asia pop culture and spicy savours: the Bangkok Street Food gang just launched a new even more accomplished concept. Rendezvous on Rue de Seine, for a “grill and beer” experience in the 6th.

A Thai street-food escapade

Feel like a little change? Well, the good news is that everything is ready for you to be propelled to an Asian cantina: a dragon-shaped neon light, vegetal wall, vintage posters directly from Thailand, and an open kitchen whipping up street food inspired by the streets of Bangkok.

Front facade of street bkk restaurant  in Paris

A la carte: of course one finds all the classics of Jeff Claudio: the Canadian, of Filipino origins, who worked for famous restaurants Noma (Denmark) and Yardbird (Hong Kong) serves his cult dishes: a yummy crispy pork, salad of papaya and a terrific veggie curry.

A BBQ with real coals

This time, the chef known for his highly technical approach goes further by installing a JOSPER oven for cooking on coals. The result is ribs with a great BBQ sauce, an irresistible crying tiger (with Black Angus meat) or a wild smoked sausage with lemongrass, topped with an egg...

Very unusual: the grilled sea bass, served whole, to be eaten as a make-your-own spring roll… Not that easy to put together, but amateurs DIY fans will surely appreciate. Just like the chicken marinated in coconut milk served with an addictive satay sauce (13). Yum-yum.

For dessert: Pandan ice creams (an Asian pistachio), coconut signed Glazed or  then a signature foodporn delight: sticky rice with coconut milk + mango + crushed peanut + sesame seed + 1 scoop of ice cream (€8.50).

Go with the on tap flow

It’s like being at the bar of a beer garden in Berlin. Here, we like the tap beers and ciders: Appie cider, white Blue Moon (€4 half pint) or the Brewdog Elvis juice, more floral and spicy (€5 half pint). Unwavering diners will stick to a bottle of Singha (€4) or then a Pimento Ginger if you adopted soft power…

Open Monday to Sunday from noon to 11pm.

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