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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Supanniga x Roots

  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
  • Supanniga x Roots
This is the riverside Thai restaurant Bangkok's been waiting for. 
 
We know the name “Supanniga” for its casual chic locations and reliable Thai food. But if there’s one thing missing from the restaurants, it’s the view.
 
The third branch of Supanniga sits on the riverside deck of Tha Tien’s Riva Arun, where the scenery is paired with decor that's a cozy mix of earthy tones and vibrant splashes of yellow and orange, and the food is complemented by a special coffee menu from Roots
 
As usual, you'll find nods to Trat and Khon Kaen cuisine in flavorful standbys like nam prik khai pu (crab meat with chili paste, B240), moo cha muang (pork with Guttiferae tree leaves, B240) and yum pla salid tod krob (deep-fried leaf fish spicy salad, B190).
 
They're joined here by a particularly Thai-influenced range of cold brew coffees like Hanuman (B140), which is infused with dried jackfruit and topped with sun-dried banana, and the Trio (B120), a yummy blend of coffee, chocolate sauce, Thai tea and milk.
 
To go with, there's also a new selection of Thai sweets exlusive to this branch such as steamed bread with the thick blue kaya made from butterfly pea (B150) and the almost-too-gorgeous-to-eat kanom krok (coconut rice cake with toppings, B150) served in a porcelain pitted plate. 
 
 
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Phone: 02-714-7608, 02-015-4224
Supanniga x Roots, Riva Arun, 392/25-26 Maharaj Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

daily 11:30am-10:30pm

Cuisine:

Thai

Open Since:

July, 2017
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