Ang Morr

  • Restaurants
  • Khlong Toei
  1. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  2. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  3. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  4. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  5. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  6. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  7. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
  8. อั้งม้อ (Ang Morr)
    Tanisorn Vongsoontorn/Time Out Bangkok
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Time Out says

Ang Morr takes us back to those days when we enjoyed Chinese-style pork chop.

Rewind back some 10 to 20 years ago, when our Nanas and Pop-pops would drag us to a so-called “cookshop” restaurant, sit us at the table, and feed us dishes like pork chop or beef stew that looked Western but had distinctly Chinese flavors. 

If you happen to be one of those Gen Y-ers who had this kind of experience, then we’re happy to tell you that you can relive it again at Ang Morr, a new restaurant on Soi Sukhumvit 38 that pays homage to the Chinese-Western cuisine that was popular in Thailand back in the day.  

Launched by Yuki Srikanchana of the Nara Thai Cuisine group and creative director Bhanu Inkawat, the restaurant reinvents the cookshop culinary culture that can be traced back to the era of King Rama IV, a time when Western expats settled in the Kingdom and recruited Chinese chefs to cook for them. (“Ang mor” is actually a Teochew term, and what Thai-Chinese grammys and grampys call foreigners).

The popularity of cookshop restaurants waned in the ’90s, but Yuki and Bhanu thought that it was a good time to reintroduce it to Bangkok gourmands. Stylized as a “cookshop bistro”, Ang Morr serves original cookshop fare, but with a contemporary twist.

Recommendations include sweet corn soup (B260), pork chop (B360) and beef salad (B550 to B980), as well as stir-fried sweet and sour pork (B280 to B500) that uses apricot instead of pineapple to give a tangy zing to the sauce.

Have a go at the cold tofu (B240), which comes topped with crispy salmon and a zesty dressing made with soy sauce, and the ice cream with frozen egg yolk (B320), which elevates the traditional Thai dessert.

Come and explore cookshop fare amidst luxuriously photogenic vibes at Ang Morr on Soi Sukhumvit 38. The restaurant is open every day from 11:00 to 22:00, from Monday to Thursday, and from 08:00 to 22:00 on the weekend.

Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
Written by
Arpiwach Supateerawanitt

Details

Address:
6
Soi Sangchai
Phrakanong, Khlong Toei
Bangkok
10110
Opening hours:
Mon-Thu (11:00-22:00) & Fri-Sun (08:00-22:00)
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