By Carlos Melia

Baan Khanitha Restaurant |  Bangkok, Thailand  |  Tryone of the great Thai Gourmet options in Bangkok, high quality authentic Thaifood in traditional atmosphere, providing the best service by well-trained staffs.  The venue is located within walking distancefrom the Sukhothai Hotel in the area of Sathorn. If you’re fortunate to come withlocal friends, they will for sure order an assortment of Thai dishes that willblow your mind with the presentation, colors, aromas and taste. Make sure toget the level of spiciness right to your preference, since locals love highlyspicy food.

Baan Khanitha Restaurant is the brainchild of KhanithaAkaranitikul, an elegant lady who once made her name as a designer of beautifulfashion garments for her ‘Khanitha Thai Silk’ boutiques. With a homely Thaiambiance, the use of traditional and antique handicrafts and sculptures,paintings, plants, decor, and delicious Thai cuisine served in beautifullycustom designed plates and dishes, Baan Khanitha is a success.

You will experience a true Thai tapas dinner, with lots ofdifferent dishes and tastes. My absolute favorite in Thailand is the use ofcilantro, lime and lots of vegetables and rice. The way to eat, is by taking abit of everything, including different types of sauces. Spoon and fork in hand,is the classic manner of dining.

My local friends ordered so much food that was impossiblefor me to keep track of all the dishes, especially once the wine startedflowing, together with the spiciness of the dishes, where my mind just driftedaway on a trip of flavors and perception. But I do remember having: Khung LaiSua Phad Song Kruang (stir-fried tiger prawns with cashew nuts, gingko, jujube,roast chili, and crispy hot basil). Pla Hima Nueng Manao (steamed snow fishwith chili, lime and garlic sauce, among many other things). Overall experience,EXCELLENT. I would definitely recommend giving it a try. Baan Khanitha – 69South Sathorn Rd., Sathorn, Bangkok. CM

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