Marinated pork skewers, grilled over charcoal. Wok roasted chili, lime and fish sauce dip. Like the fat man’s street cart near the Silom Strip clubs.
Southern Thai Samosas (V)
Behind the Oriental Hotel, there’s a restaurant that’s not-quite-Thai, and not-really-Indian. They serve one of Bangkok’s best snacks: crispy triangles of spiced chicken (or cauliflower and tofu) with a yogurt and mint dipping sauce. So we do too.
Mieng Kham (V)
Leaves, toasted coconut, lime, chili, fried garlic, smoked pork (or crispy tofu), peanuts, trout roe and a secret tamarind jam. Wrap it up.
Khao Soi Cowboys
Pulled pork shoulder or cauliflower in Khao Soi, a Northern-Thai coconut curry, with crispy noodles, mustard pickles, and mint, on 3 slider buns.
Mello Mike’s Wings
One-bite chicken wings, galangal, Don Muang’s secret spices, lime leaves, Thai chilies.
The Risky Chicken
Thai fried chicken and papaya salad on a potato roll.
House mayo, mushroom duxelles, crispy red onions, and cheese. With fries or a salad.
Green Curry Fried Rice (V)
Classic Central-Thai green curry, with slowly-braised beef cheeks, pumpkin and mushrooms, stir-fried with brown rice, like a risotto. Also available vegetarian, with smoked tofu, eggplant and mushrooms.
A spicy Isaan salad with smoked and fresh chicken (or grilled mushrooms and tofu), roasted rice powder, chili, lime juice, fish sauce and herbs. Served with romaine lettuce for wrapping.
Sticky Tamarind Ribs
Pork ribs in Don Muang’s secret barbecue sauce lifted with tamarind, lemongrass and chili. Get messy.
Fish in a Leaf
Today’s catch wrapped in a banana leaf and charred on the grill served w/ green seafood sauce.
Bangkok Pork Chop
Bone-in pork chop marinated in fish sauce, pan-seared and topped with a fistful of pungent herbs and chili-lime jus.
- Sides -
Chicken curry mayo, ketchup.
Crispy Brussels Sprouts
Tossed in fish sauce caramel and roasted rice powder.
Classic Bangkok Papaya Salad
You know...papaya salad!
Side of Brown Rice