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Poon

2018-05-10 07:43

This was a very packed Thai restaurant in the Terminal 21 mall on Sukhumvit. We skipped the busy lunch period and went after 2PM so we could get a table (which still took 20 min) Menu is sufficiently large and has all the classics plus western fare. We ordered a papaya salad with crab, a shrimp stir fry salad, and a grilled pork neck salad. All were good, but I think the pork neck was the standout. The sauce was spicy hot and burned the throat. This place and Terminal 21 were good options on a rainy Bangkok day.

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Poon

2018-05-10 07:43

By: Julius

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By: Julius

Poon

This was a very packed Thai restaurant in the Terminal 21 mall on Sukhumvit. We skipped the busy lunch period and went after 2PM so we could get a table (which still took 20 min) Menu is sufficiently large and has all the classics plus western fare. We ordered a papaya salad with crab, a shrimp stir fry salad, and a grilled pork neck salad. All were good, but I think the pork neck was the standout. The sauce was spicy hot and burned the throat. This place and Terminal 21 were good options on a rainy Bangkok day.

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2018-05-10 07:43

By: Julius

Nahm น้ำ

Holy smokes this place is delicious. Nahm is listed on several lists as being one of the top places in Asia and the world to eat, and has a Michelin star to its name as well. We were told by friends to head here for the lunch tasting set as that is a great deal and gives you a way to taste the large part of the menu. We opted for that, and in a first for me, I went with a non-alcoholic beverage, of which there were lots to choose from. If you want fancy mocktails, this place has them. First off, amuse bouche, a pork, chicken and shrimp ball glazed with a sticky sweet fish sauce and served on a pineapple. A very, very good start. Next came two starters. A egg floss pyramid of delicious and a betel leaf wrapped ginger and lobster salad. Both were beautiful and had some good texture and flavor combinations. The mains came all together family style, an under-appreciated serving style. The crab and roast pigeon soup was stunning...it was beautifully clear, medium brown consommé of pure umami. Salty, yes, but the richness of the flavors and the soft delicate crab balanced this so well. The duck stir-fried with morning glory was probably my favorite dish...it had an earthy, smokey salty-sweetness to it that made me want to devour the whole plate and not share with the wife (who discovered she liked duck while eating this dish.) The red oxtail curry was excellent and was a medium spicy that balanced well from some of the galangal that was used to sweeten it up a bit. Two desserts came, and I really enjoyed the lychee in syrup, topped with fried shallots. I would have told you before this meal that’s a no-go, but with the syrup and ice mixture, the shallots worked! Incredibly cool. Overall, a fantastic experience and deserving of the praise it receives. If you want a unique and balanced view of a variety of Thai cuisine, this is a good bet.

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2018-05-05 11:13

By: Beth

Nahm น้ำ

The number 28 restaurant in the world in 2017, this venue does not disappoint. We came for lunch and ordered the tasting menu, which included three bite-size canapés, a soup, and the chefs choice of curry, salad and a stir-friend dish. You also got to try both desserts. I cannot say enough good things about this lunch. The canapés were an extremely strong start, and while I am someone who orders Thai food about once a week, I can honestly say that I had never tasted anything like the first two. The first came served on fresh pineapple, a savory and sweet paste made of pork and almond. The second was a beautiful fresh shrimp concoction served in a triangle of egg floss. I’ve hadn’t eaten egg floss before, but now I desperately want more of it in my life. The third was a lemongrass salad in a betal leaf, also very bright and bold. The soup was amazing. A pigeon soup with crab meant, it was flavored beautifully with mushrooms and herbs. Such a perfect combination of umami flavors. I could not stop eating it, and I don’t even usually like soup. The water spinach with duck was smoky and clean-tasting. The oxtail curry was complex and spicy, with delicious tender meat. The desserts blew my mind. Both were versions of traditional Thai desserts. One that resembled a taco but had so many contrasting textures and complementary flavors I could have eaten three more just for the experience. The lychee with sweet, lite syrup and ice was a perfect end to the meal- which was of the best meals of my life, honestly.

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2018-05-02 17:36

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