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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
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Over in Thonburi, hipsters are getting excited over ThingThings, a little multi-label craft store that serves incredibly flavorful Trang-style Southern food come the weekend (Sat-Sun only, for now).

The dishes here are notable for the heavy use of black peppercorn, so much so that the super-hot kua kling pak sod (spicy ground pork, B154) comes in a far darker shade of yellow than you’re probably used to.

The gaeng kua puu bai chapluu (crab curry, B244) is just as fiery, using only undiluted coconut milk for a richer flavor and germinated brown rice noodles that have been boiled in pandan juice for a little earthy sweetness.

Here, you can also shop for ceramics from Don Moo Din, soap from Mood Mind Body, Japanese-style cotton clothes from Chiang Mai’s Baanyen Store and pleat bags from A Pale Petal.

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Phone: 094-636-4542
ThingThings, 374 ThoetThai Soi 9, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Wongwian Yai

Opening Hours:

Tue-Thu 3-8pm; Sat-Sun 10am-8pm

Cuisine:

Thai

Open Since:

September, 2017
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