On a lazy Sunday evening, we found a nice restaurant in Sukhumvit soi 11 street.
The place was really nice for a quick getaway in sukhumvit area, it felt like a hidden tiny green space tucked on the corner and away from the touts and noise. There, we ordered a green curry and a tamarind paste soup-the red one. We're curious on how tamed it will taste, considering that sukhumvit is "the expat area" and because the last curry we had was on Khao San street (the backpackers ghetto), which wasn't a curry at all ... faux curry, sweet and tamed from it's original spicy curry taste .yuck!
here are what we ate,
minced shrimp in crispy wonton wrap served with sweet plum sauce
*crispy and a bit oily
Kaeng Kiew Waan Gai,
chicken green curry with devil's fig (solanum torvum) and sweet basil
*the tiny green balls which looks like peas are the solanum torvum, it doesn't taste like peas at all, it's a bit bitter and crunchy. People usually love it or hate it.
Kaeng Som Pak Ruam Goong,
tamarind paste soup with shrimps
*SPICY and a bit sour, next time we'll cut down the chillies.
and the plain rice .. (I can't help posting this, it's sooo cute ..)
Well, being a good Asian, the green curry wasn't that spicy for me but the red one surprised me, it burned my mouth, it burned Bouh alive ...
It was a real spicy soup and gee, maybe they should "tamed" it a bit ...
(did I wrote "yuck!" for the tamed curry? Oups ... )
here's my plate, look at those red chillies!
Eleven Gallery - thai cuisine
1/34 soi 11 Sukhumvit road
Bangkok - Thailand