Street Bangkok’s second Thai address, in Bastille.
After the success of their first Thai Street Bangkok address, Norman Kolton has put down roots on rue de la Roquette. Sticking with the canteen feel, the big open kitchen greets you on entry, with low lighting and a giant neon dragon.
You order at the counter, then take your seat at one of the big iron tables. Taku Sekine from Dersou has teamed up with chef Ja Euarchujitai (who led the first address) to create new recipes like Sukhumvit juicy pork ribs with a sweet sour sauce, sticky rice and spicy fresh cucumber. The chicken kebabs with peanut satay sauce are so generous you won't need to add €3 for the XXL portion – it’s already a challenge to finish.
What else is new? Well the spicy cocktail menu for one – we’re hoping to make a return visit for the Citronnelle (cognac, citronnelle, bird’s eye chilli and lime). And good news for the area’s night owls – Street Bangkok is open all day until 1am.
|Venue name:||Street Bangkok (Bastille)|
13 rue de la Roquette
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat midday-1am|
|Price:||Menus €8-15, cocktails €8|