MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
In-the-know locals fill up on tasty Thai at this sleek corner hot spot, whose curving glass windows beckon many a passerby with views of and aromas from vibrant curries and spicy laab. Inside, a row of splashy pillows lends color and comfort to a wooden banquette, and woven placemats dress up dark wood tables. Start a meal with zingy miang kham, featuring a betel leaf stuffed with a chopped mix of dried shrimp, fresh ginger, lime, peanuts and coconut. From there, move on to hot curry catfish or Sukothai noodle soup teeming with minced pork and steaming broth (add pinches of warm spices from the accompanying condiment tray for an even more satisfying slurp). For dessert, pick from either roti ice cream, wonton bananas or warm Thai custard.