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New Thai Restaurant Steve Café and Cuisine Opens on Sri Ayuthaya

By Sattawas Eiamsan | Jul 31, 2012

  • New Thai Restaurant Steve Café and Cuisine Opens on Sri Ayuthaya
  • New Thai Restaurant Steve Café and Cuisine Opens on Sri Ayuthaya

Newly-opened eatery Steve Café and Cuisine (68 Soi Sri Ayuthaya 21, Sri Ayuthaya Rd., Dusit, Bangkok, 081-868-0744, 02-281-0915. www.stevecafeandcuisine.com) makes the most of its riverside setting and charming old-style house with a simple brightly colored dining room and a large open air terrace. The food is Thai and recommended dishes included tom klong gai na (sour and spicy soup boiled with farm chicken, B160), spaghetti with dried salted fish (B130) and gang luang sai bua gung mae nam (Southern sour soup with lotus stems and river prawns, B160).

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