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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Raan Keng

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Those bright blue-colored, deep-fried shrimp you saw on social media are the work of Raan Keng (Pradipat Soi 14, 02-279-1555), which brings a Japanese-meets-Isaan gastropub vibe to Sutthisan.

Surrounded by leafy trees, this navy house’s signature blue shrimp tempura (B189) takes its color from butterfly pea.

You’ll find it served alongside dishes like somtam “Isaan-kaya” (B599), a big brass tray loaded with papaya salad, fried shishamo (willow leaf fish), salmon sashimi, crispy pork rind, spicy fried chicken, and raw octopus with wasabi. 

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Phone: 02-279-1555
Raan Keng, Pradiphat Soi 14, Bangkok, Thailand

Area:

Ari

Nearest Train:

BTS Saphan Khwai

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun noon-2pm

Cuisine:

Japanese, Isaan

Open Since:

October, 2017
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