Give your senses an awakening with fragrant regional Thai dishes at this Spitalfields eatery, the permanent home of the former pop-up of the same name.
With a menu of small plates designed for sharing, this convivial restaurant serves up flavour-packed dishes from all corners of the South East Asian foodie hotspot, from green papaya salad (som saa) to spicy curries and grilled meats.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
43A Commercial StreetLondonE1 6BD
Based on word-of-mouth, booked a table a while back and finally made it here. We tried to order the whole menu. But failed.
Dishes we would definitely order again:
Grilled chicken leg
Whole sea bass (every single time)
Aubergine and egg salad
Beware the spice level of the fermented fish papaya salad and the jungle curry.
Also, our table ordered 6 of the iced teas with condensed milk -...more
Good, could be great. 3.5 stars, but fair to round up.
Already great: the service, from the front of the house to the back, and the ambiance and physical space. The dry red curry beef was also excellent, and salted palm sugar ice cream, though a bit icy, was delicious. Also loved the cocktails.
Some other things could use work. The jungle curry (fish) sounded delicious but tasted a bit...more
Service was impressive and friendly with knowledable advice on what to order and what portions we would be expecting.
Food didnt let us down either, the food was flavoursome and tasty.
Highly recommend for dinner if you are in the area!!!more
Wowsers. What cocktails and what delicious food.
The way to do this place is as follows:
1. find four to six food sharing yes friends, book a table (or get there REAL early)
2. have a cocktail (actually 2) first in the front bar. Say yes to anything with sherry in it. Fear era of sweet cocktails worry not: your sour/savoury/balanced dreams have been addressed
3. Ask a waiter what you should...more
Som Saa, Shoreditch - For me, Som Saa is not just another Thai restaurant. I knew Andy Oliver in his days in Nahm at The Halkin Hotel, a fine dining Thai restaurant. When that was closed, I followed Andy's cooking from pop up events at Climpson's Arch and The Begging Bowl to now, an established brick and mortar restaurant.
When it came to food, we had one aim: to have everything they have on...more