KMK: Taste of Thailand – Sukhumvit

Review of: Taste of Thailand
Product by:
Brian Dye
Price:
5 to 20,000 KRW

Reviewed by:
Rating:
3
On October 21, 2013
Last modified:January 14, 2017

Summary:

I started with the fresh spring rolls. Stuffed with veggies, minced chicken, and slathered in a spicy chili sauce they are absolutely delicious but a bit pricey as well. I followed it up with the pad thai with tofu though you could opt for chicken, prawn, pork, veggie, or seafood. I ordered it with a three spiciness (their scale goes from 1 to 5) and it came with a sharp tang that definitely satisfied.

There’s no shortage of Thai food places in Seoul. In Itaewon alone there’s easily half a dozen. Lately, I’ve had my Pad Thai cravings cured by A Taste of Thailand –  Sukhumvit. It’s the new spot that took the place of Sydney Seafood and it’s most welcome.

When it comes to Thai food Taste of Thailand has a few things going for it. First, the menu is extensive. They have a range of appetizers from fried tofu to tod man goong (shrimp cakes). A sample of soups include Tom yum Goong (hot and sour spicy shrimp), Tom Kah Gai (Chicken with lemongrass, lime leaves, chili and onions). Of course there’s also the thai noodle, stir fry, and curry and fried rice dishes.

I started with the fresh spring rolls. Stuffed with veggies, minced chicken, and slathered in a spicy chili sauce they are absolutely delicious but a bit pricey as well. I followed it up with the pad thai with tofu though you could opt for chicken, prawn, pork, veggie, or seafood. I ordered it with a three spiciness (their scale goes from 1 to 5) and it came with a sharp tang that definitely satisfied.

I have to say that Taste of Thailand has become my favorite Thai restaurant. And it helps that it’s so close to my house!

EDITOR’S NOTE: They have now moved. From exit two of Noksapyeoung walk straight to the underpass, cross over and take the left stairway. Follow the sidewalk and walk up the hill. Taste of Thailand is now in the same building as the well being grocery on your right.

Prices:

Under 25,000 KRW

Hours:

 

Phone:

02- 790- 2722

Address:

671 Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu,

Website:

none

Directions:

Noksapyeong Stn exit 2. walk straight and take the underpass to the other side of the street and the left exit. Cross the street and it will be above Noxa.

I started with the fresh spring rolls. Stuffed with veggies, minced chicken, and slathered in a spicy chili sauce they are absolutely delicious but a bit pricey as well. I followed it up with the pad thai with tofu though you could opt for chicken, prawn, pork, veggie, or seafood. I ordered it with a three spiciness (their scale goes from 1 to 5) and it came with a sharp tang that definitely satisfied.

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  1. Tara December 20, 2013
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