Supanniga Eating Room (Charoenkrung)
One of Bangkok’s tastiest Thai restaurants moves in on Chinatown.
Supanniga Eating Room’s new branch resides in a restored King Rama VII-era shop-house in Charoenkrung, that sees contemporary floral patterns and monochrome tiles offset with traditional Thai crafts.
On top of their unabashedly traditional Khon Kaen-meets-Trat signatures, you’ll also find 10 branch-exclusives taken from the recipe books of the owners’ grandmother, Khunyai Somsri Chantra. Be sure to order the salak and shrimp chili dip with deep fried nue-aon fish (B340), the coconut curry with lotus stems and mackerel (B240) and the stir-fried crab roe with Himalayan salt and chili mix from Khunyai’s hometown (B590).