Thursday, July 31, 2014

Issaya Siamese Club - Bangkok


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!

ADDRESS:
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 ;)




8 comments:

  1. 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.
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  2. This looks like you had a great time!
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  3. 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, d├ęcor and of course the food which looks and sounds delicious. Presentation is really important to me and this is so appetising.

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  4. You've actually made my mouth water. So hungry now!

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  5. KANOM BURNG looks amazing, though what are these sticks for

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    1. :) Good question Lanna, I don't really remember what they were for but i'm sure they were there for a good purpose ;)

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