Traditional plates that burst with authentic flavour
When it comes to foolproof Thai fare in a stylish setting, look no further than one of Supanniga’s three restaurants. Whether a well-seasoned Thai food eater or a complete novice, dishes here suit every type of eater. Delicate, traditional plates that burst with authentic flavour faithfully follow the recipes that have been handed down through generations within its founder’s families. After starting a meal off with an Issan Martini –
a well-balanced concoction of lemongrass-infused vodka roasted rice with kaffir lime, and lemongrass juice – sample bites of miang kham, ma hor, and khao tang namprik kakmoo on the appetiser platter, which gives diners a taste of true northern cuisine. Must-try mains include panang nuea lai (beef chunks in red curry) and moo cha muang (stewed pork with herbs and cha muang leaves). Visit one of their cozy shophouse locations in Thonglor or Sathorn, or their Tha Tian location on the banks of the Chao Phraya river, which offers uninterrupted views of Wat Arun.