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 (USD34.37) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
43A Commercial StreetLondonE1 6BD
Top 5 reviews of Som Saa
Authentic yet hipster, Som Saa is famous for its whole deep fried sea bass and its banana-flavored ice cream dessert. Both of them are definitely worth trying, assuming you're okay with the saltiness and spiciness that come with Thai food. The menu is a little bit pricey for what you get though.
// nahm dtok pla thort (£17.50) - 5 stars
// som tam thai (£9.50) - 3 stars
// kluey yaang 'ice...Read More
Bit on the pricey side for the amount of food you receive, however the interior is well done, the food quality and taste is very good, almost like thai tapas size dishes.
Great customer service received from the greeter at the door and the gentleman behind the bar was keen to offer advice on the cocktail selection. This willingness to advise carried onto the dining table where the waiter...Read More
Heard alot about this place. Went with a few friends. Food was authentically Thai, but somehow came away disappointed. It's a solid meal, but with the high pricing and no booking policy it needs to have been wow to be worth it.
The deep fried seabass? It was too sour and salty. We left most of it untouched.
Grilled chicken (on the starter menu) was excellent though. So much so we ordered...Read More
I came here with my good friend and fellow foodie after she insisted that we eat here rather than anywhere else. She got there very early, like 6pm early - when they open! I was a bit late but luckily they knew she arrived early and that I was on my way so we only had to wait less than ten minutes after I got there to get seated.
I had a Siam Sling to drink, which I will admit I partially...Read More
The winners for me at this restaurant were the hipster décor and the drinks.
Décor wise, the restaurant gave off shabby chic vibes with its dim lighting, wooden seats, assortment of succulents and mini candles on the tables -- the interior decorator had an excellent eye for intricate detailing.
Drinks wise, there was an expansive selection of unique wines, cocktails, beers, and...Read More