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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Baan Mae Yui


Warm and colorful dining

Cuisine is part of a culture, and cooking is a form of art.

Mae Yui
(mother Yui) doesn't have to collect ancient
recipes, non spend money on antique cookbooks to cook her dish shines. Simply she has been brought up with the culture where she is belonged to, as she is Thai; so does her chef. Thus they understand the balance of five basic taste in Thai cuisine, having them stay in harmony in a dish without one overwhelming. Dine at Baan Mae Yui is like eating at any Thai auntie's house.

garlic chicken with rice THB 95 (nice fried chicken with aromatic garlic)
garlic river prawn with rice THB 140 (seasoned rice ultra good, must try)

pork satay THB 95

tomyumgoong THB 145 (spicy soup with fresh river prawns at this price, a steal)

phad cha talay stir-fried seafood (squid, river prawn and sea bass fillet) THB 140

apple crumble THB 95, blueberry pie THB 95 (very sweet)

Baan Mae Yui Restaurant ***3/4
53/1 Soi Ari Sampan 1
Phahonyothin Road
Phayathai, Bangkok 10400
Tel.: 02.619.9952

Open daily : lunch 11 am - 2 pm, 5 - 10 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 400


in the sea said...

I miss a few restaurants in soi Ari.

Anonymous said...

sea sleep so late tonight ..

Stella said...

$10 US for 2 persons is cheap price.

in the sea said...

Yes, thinking of something lately...

Tommy Leung said...

Food simple but appealing. Decoration very colourful. This is an interesting restaurant.

Fillet-O Fish said...

Tomyumgoong with big head prawn is my favorite. This one is home style cooking, must be authentic.

Thailand Club said...

Yes Baan Mae Yui is an interesting restaurant. Worth to check it out.

Soi Ari, is changing like the rest of Bangkok, now Ari area has more hip chilled out restaurants waiting for us!