This weekend, hubby treated me to a little getaway in Bangkok :)
In 3 and 1/2 years that we have lived in Singapore, this was our first visit to the Thai capital and I have to say we were both pleasantly surprised after having heard mixed reviews on it.
In this post I would like to share with you the most - out - of - this - world - amaaaaazing - Thai fusion cuisine we have ever tasted!!!
A little hidden gem nestled in a canopy of lush greenery in the heart of the city, Issaya is a must try when visiting Bangkok.
Oh... and I forgot to mention that they grow their own local organic veggies in their backyard!
ISSAYA SIAMESE CLUB
Huea Phloeng Rd
Thung Maha Mek, Sathon
Bangkok 10120, Thailand
*SOMTUM TALAY: Organic green papaya salad with Hokkaido scallops, fresh tiger prawns and crab meat in a spicy Bird's eye chili lime dressing*
*MIENG TUNA: Chopped fresh tuna tartare, ginger, peanut and young tamarind leaves in a palm sugar fish sauce dressing*
*KANOM BURNG: Crispy rice pancake stuffed with pulled turmeric chicken, bean sprouts and coconut*
*Fresh lime juice*
*Peanut chili fish sauce dip*
*GEANG KRAREE GAI KROB: Southern style chicken in yellow curry, crispy chicken leg, sweet potatoes, homemade aromatic curry sauce *
*YUM HUA PLEE: Banana blossom and heart of palm salad, crispy shallots and roasted peanuts in a chili jam dressing*
*Fresh herbs and veggies to dip*
*HOR MOK GOONG MUNG KORN: Steamed whole fresh Maine lobster, lobster curry custard fresh coconut milk and sweet basil*
*KANOM TUNG TAEK: Cold coconut crepe souffle' for two with a variety of Thai condiments*
*The crepe souffle' is a must try and the way it is served at the table is totally unexpected, but I won't ruin the surprise for you ;)
It's hard to believe this little piece of greenery is in the middle of Bangkok, having visited the city myself! The food looks out of this world.ReplyDelete
This looks like you had a great time!ReplyDelete
I just noticed that you had a new post! I wish I had known about this gorgeous restaurant when we visited Bankok. I love everything about it - the beautiful building, lush gree gardens, décor and of course the food which looks and sounds delicious. Presentation is really important to me and this is so appetising.ReplyDelete
You've actually made my mouth water. So hungry now!ReplyDelete
KANOM BURNG looks amazing, though what are these sticks forReplyDelete
:) Good question Lanna, I don't really remember what they were for but i'm sure they were there for a good purpose ;)Delete
Just popped over here to see if you had a new post and to thank you for your comments on my Singapore posts. Your friend did a great job on the interior of The Study. It has a great atmosphere. As for Pollen, it really was a very special experience and I intend to write a post about it at some point!ReplyDelete
Hi there my dear! I just want to ask if we can follow each other on Bloglovin, GFC or Facebook?ReplyDelete
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