BANGKOK RESTAURANT

Pak-Boong

A loft-like restaurant serving Thai street-inspired dishes.

After finding success with Made by Jelly Jan, a cute cupcake store at Siam Paragon, Navanath Sriyuksiri has branched out with this loft-like restaurant which focuses on colorful Thai home-style staples such as pad pak boong kaa pi (stir-fried morning glory with shrimp paste), kao pad linchee (lychee fried rice with chicken and shrimp served with fried egg) and moo pan gon pla in sea (pan-seared minced pork and mackerel). Sweeter options include coconut cake and banana in syrup topped with coconut milk. Parking is available at Saint Gabriel Foundation.

After finding success with Made by Jelly Jan, a cute cupcake store at Siam Paragon, Navanath Sriyuksiri has branched out with the loft-like Pak-Boong: Thai Street Eats (8 Thonglor Soi 25, 02-712-8259. fb.com/pakboongbkk), which is currently in its soft opening.  

Here, the focus is on colorful Thai home-style staples such as pad pak boong kaa pi (stir-fried morning glory with shrimp paste, B95), kao pad linchee (lychee fried rice with chicken and shrimp served with fried egg, B120) and moo pan gon pla in sea (pan-seared minced pork and mackerel, B120). 

Sweeter options include coconut cake (B150) and banana in syrup topped with coconut milk (B50-60). Parking is available at Saint Gabriel Foundation.

Venue Details
Address: Pak-Boong, Soi 25 (Thonglor), Bangkok, 10110 Thailand
Phone: 02-712-8259
Area: Thonglor
Cuisine: Thai
Open since: January, 2015
Opening hours: daily 11am-9pm
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