Eathai is the perfect place to bring your date if you both want to enjoy different types of regional fare in a more casual setting.

Khrua Chao Wang features recipes from ML Nueng Nilrat, the well-known former cook of the royal court, such as kaeng ranjuan (spicy pork or beef soup), green curry with fish and salted egg, deep-fried snacks with chili and ginger, and sago soup with quail eggs. You can also try the famous chili paste mentioned in the legendary cook’s books at this Eathai outlet.

Eau Hua Suki from Samyan is available here, bringing along its famous suki dip, and marinated pork and chicken. Other popular dishes at Eathai are the pad Thai, chicken rice from Pratunam, and ban phae noodles with crayfish. For drinks, don’t miss the sugarcane juice and fresh palm juice with crushed ice.  

The food is brought to your table by the staff, so you don’t have to stand and wait at each stall after ordering.

Eathai : Central Embassy, Level LG