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Tuesday, October 25, 2011



A Thai-Issan treat in San Francisco

Few years ago Sansab was quietly tossing its somtum salad and roasting Issan chicken on Ladprao Road; I have no idea, but since when this neighborhood Issan somtum joint felt too lonely to stay in Ladprao, it branched out to Bangkok's major shopping malls, in Central, in Siam Paragon, and now has landed in the Terminal 21 Mall at Asok Intersection.

Sansab Thai Restaurant ***
The Terminal 21
San Francisco Zone, 5/F
288 Sukhumvit Road
(at Asok Intersection)
North Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110

Open daily : 10 am - 9 pm
Pay (food only for two): around THB 600


Stella said...

Glad that you can still come here to eat today.
Heard that BKK called for public holiday starting Thur to Monday due to flooding.
Hope you guys ok.

Stella said...

The food looks good here especially the roasted chicken.

Tommy Leung said...

Yes the chicken looks delicious. Is the yellow colour turmeric powder?

in the sea said...

The fish looks nice too. I was told that the central BKK isn't affected. Hope the situation isn't going any worse.

Thailand Club said...

the chicken was marinated with turmeric, and black pepper, i really dislike the pepper part, but my local friend loved it so much; and, the chicken was farmed free-range, at reasonable price, surprise!

oh, up to this moment, inner BKK (downtown) is still dry except some riverside areas

Stella said...

We just ate this chicken at Saladang Thai Restaurant on Fair Oaks, Pasadena last night.