Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Khao tom

Best Khao Tom In Bangkok

The porridge is made from fresh pla jaramed (pomfret fish) with dressings like fresh oyster, fish maw and bateng (fried streaky pork with soy sauce). The inflammation and freshness of the fish prepared in the old-school design is so impressive that you’ll want to make the trek out Siang Ki time and time again.

For two generations now, Suan Ruen has actually been serving tasty fare like hot fish salad, fish tomyam and, of course, khao tom pla krapong (sea bass, B60). The dish here is cooked with tender fresh pieces of fish, the mellow soup teeming with dried shrimp and fried sliced fish tofu and bean curd sauce For a well balanced meal, the advised accompaniment is the boiled seafood choices (B100) with spicy seafood dipping sauce.