Supanniga Eating Room is one of the many restaurants in Bangkok where you can find authentic regional Thai cuisine. At Supanniga, they use premium ingredients from Trad (Thailand’s eastern seaside province) and the recipes here have been passed on for more than 80 years from the owner’s grandmother, Khunyai Somsri Chantra. Over here, you get to enjoy delicacies from Trad province, with a slight Isaan touch.  Supanniga Eating Room is nestled in 4 locations in Bangkok, Chaoroen Krung Soi 38, Tha Tien, Thonglor and Sathorn 10.

We visited the Tha Tien branch which is along the Chao Phraya and offers an magnificent unobstructed view of Wat Arun.


Getting to Tha Tien branch was convenient, especially with the new opening of the MRT line. We got down at MRT Sanam Chai station and walked for about 5 minutes.



Do you agree that the view is amazing here? We strongly recommend you to call in to make reservations because seats are limited and if you want to get the best photos, you have to reserve the front seats.


Scared of Bangkok’s heat? No worries because there is an air-conditioned section on level 1.


We love the contrast!


Trying their signature cocktail – Mekhong Thai Sabai [240฿] and enjoy the magnificent view.

There’s so much food to choose from but it’s impossible to try everything. So here are some of their signatures which first-timers should order.


Supanniga Cold Appetizer Platter [295฿] – This platter comes with Ma Hor (minced pork stir-fried with garlic and peanuts served on tangerine), Mieng Yong (dried shredded pork, peanuts and sweet roasted coconut wrapped in cha plu leaves) and Khaotang Namprik Makmoo (rice crackers with Khun Yai’s famous chilli pork crackling dip). They are available separately but we recommend you to get the platter to try everything at once.


Nam Prik Khai Pu [270฿] – Spicy dip of sea water crab roe and crab meat, served with fresh vegetables.


“Son in Law” Eggs [180฿] – Fried medium-boiled eggs, served with three-flavour sauce and fried shallots. The sauce (which you have to pour over) goes extremely well with this nicely prepared eggs!


Ka Lum Tod Nam Pla [180฿] – Fried chinese cabbage with premium fish sauce from Trad province. Simple, yet so good!


Khao Klook Ka Pi [220฿] – Fermented shrimp paste rice served with shredded eggs, barbecued pork and green mango. The way to eat this dish is to mix everything together for the flavour and texture explosion in your mouth.


Moo Cha Muang [260฿] – Chunks of tender pork meat stewed with Thai herbs and cha muang leaves.


Enjoy the delicious authentic Thai home-cooked food during sunset with an amazing backdrop of Wat Arun. Simply amazing and romantic.


Thai Tea Panna Cotta [120฿] – You need to end your meal with this, if you can only have one dessert. Enough said.


Mango Sticky Rice [240฿] – This famous dessert needs no further introduction.


There are many more dishes that we didn’t had the chance to try yet, so we can’t wait to be back to try more. They recently just opened their newest outlet at Charoenkrung Soi 38, so perhaps it’s a reason to be back!

[Bangkok] Supanniga Eating Room Tha Tien

This was an invited media tasting. As always, all reviews and opinions are entirely my own.

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