Found in the East Village, this Thai restaurant is the labour of love of a group of good friends who grew up in different regions of Thailand, each bringing their own take on Thai cuisine and a host of family recipes that have been handed down over generations. These traditional recipes aim to create top-notch comfort food that makes you feel more like you're eating a family meal than a restaurant dish. Fun fact: 'Soothr' (pronounced 'Sood') is the Thai word for 'recipe' and not part of the seemingly relentless marketing trend to take vowels out of normal words (what the heck is that about?).
Soothr, properly pronounced “Sood” is the Thai word meaning “Recipe”. This East Village establishment is the vision of close friends who grew up in different regions of Thailand, hoping to share their experiences and recipes with the rest of the world. Raised in distinctive regional cities, each individual brings their own unique relationship with Thai cuisine, with a specific focus on the generational family recipes that have shaped their childhood and time growing up in Thailand. With a specialty in family noodle recipes from throughout Thailand, Soothr offers a culinary experience that is geared towards the comfort and warmth of dining at home. These traditional recipes have brought great comfort and a sense of home for generations, and Soothr at its core is an invitation to sit at the table and enjoy a classic, Thai family meal.