Saneh Jaan is bringing an exquisite menu from the heirlooms of traditional Thai cooking to Bangkok downtown. Here are some reasons why you should visit this place.
By Posh Wattanaporn
Saneh Jaan offers a tasty adventure to authentic traditional Thai cuisine. The luxurious décor highlighted by Thai contemporary art was inspired by the glorious era of King Rama V the Great. The restaurant was named after a dessert. It means an auspicious traditional dessert inspired by the shape and the fragrance of gold apple made by rice flour, glutinous flour, and Jaan fruit powder.
Eat: The inspired recipes are created by an experienced team of culinary experts and advisors from “Talongin,” a TV food show that showcases the best places to eat across the country. Chef Phatchara Pirapak, Saneh Jaan’s chef, and her team put much effort on sourcing the best ingredients from each province to serve on your table. Recommended dishes include mussaman curry with chicken, herbal chill dip with crab and assorted vegetables, fried rice with specially treated shrimped paste served with harmonious condiments, Thai traditional crispy crepe filled with shrimp, and the Saneh Jaan dessert, which you shouldn’t miss.
Drink: Enjoy their lounge area and freshen yourself up with their signature cocktail, also called Saneh Ja
an, while listening to live piano music.
Saneh Jaan Restaurant
Glasshouse at Sindhorn, 130-132 Wireless Rd.
Visit: Open daily from 6 to 10 p.m.
Tel: 02 650 9880
Service Rating: 4/5