Thai Taste Hub
King Power Mahanakhon unites iconic Bangkok street food vendors under the same roof
Located in the Cube, and accessible directly from the BTS skytrain, Thai Taste Hub presents a modern-day food court offering all-day dining for nearby office workers, Sathorn residents, and people who just want to check some hot food spots off their list.
The space is an airy ode to Sino-Portuguese design, exhibiting splashes of color with works of art by local figures like Benzilla, BeerPitch, and Lolay.
As for the food, you can find decades-old family institutions and Michelin-recommended eats setting up shops, such as Nai Ek Noodles, the guay jub (B65) specialist that draws massive queues in Chinatown; Yih Sahp Luhk from Phra Athit Road, known for their comforting braised beef rice pot (B220); and Kor Moo Rama 5 by chef Nakul “Yeast” Kavinrat, who usually serves juicy grilled pork neck (B220/300g) to Ratchapruek residents.
The biggest stall in the new space is brought to us by Andy Yang, the man behind Pad Thai Fai Ta Lu and Tale 38, where you can catch his team preparing their signature pad Thai moo krob (B220) over open flames that take over the whole wok.
|Thai Taste Hub, 1/F, Mahanakhon Cube, 96 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
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