Bangkok "Street Cart" Style Fried Chicken
One Piece 115.00
Two Pieces 190.00
Three Pieces 260.00
Whole with 3 Rice and 3 Som Tam 869.00
Northeren Thai Isan Charcoal Chicken
Whole with 3 Rice and 3 Som Tam 939.00
Comes with Rice and Dipping Sauces
Side of Som Tam (Recommended) 85.00
Some can double as mains. No rules!
Kor Moo Yang
Grilled fragrant pork belly. An Isan staple.
Nang Kai Tort
Fried chicken skin. Thai style.
Toasted Corn (Cornick)
With green onions, lemon grass and chillies.
Crispy chicken wings marinated in fish sauce and herbs.
Skinny French fries, lightly seasoned with Sriracha ketchup
Dry Pork Curry
With turmeric, lemon grass, kaffir lime. Aromatic, spicy, Southern Thai. Comes with Jasmine Rice.
Braised pork belly in salt and pepper with a fried egg and scallions over jasmine rice.
Moo Krob Kra Pao
Stir fry pork belly with chillies, fish sauce, and holy basil. Served with an egg and rice.
Central Thai interpretation of a Western favorite. Pasta with garlic, chili, basil, and anchovies. (Not Pad Thai)
Hand cut papaya salad
Squid Kra Pao
Diced squid stir fry with holy basil, chili, fish sauce. Served with rice and a crispy fried egg. Pretty spicy.
Crispy Garlic Tofu
With basil, greens, and rice. Salty and a bit sweet. Yes, this is vegan.
Crispy Fried Egg
Plate of Garlic Green Beans
If you want to add a shot of booze, ask your server.
The Isan region of Thailand consists of 20 provinces in the NorthEast of the country, not far from the Laotia border. Many Thai food enthusiasts consider it the nation's culinary capital for its spicy and complex dishes.
Gin Tonic 170.00
Whiskey Soda 170.00
Cuba Libre 110.00
Bangkok Fire 110.00
San Miguel Pale 71.00
San Miguel Light 71.00
San Miguel Apple 71.00
Red Horse 68.00
Brew Kettle 70.00
Tiger Black 68.00
Tiger Crystal Lt. 68.00
Served per Bottle
La Tita White 520.00
Borsao Blanco 750.00
Pluvium Red 530.00
Borsao Tinto 750.00