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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2012

Bangkok Jam

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Bangkok Jam

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Bangkok Jam

(04) 2254-9919
205, WenXin Rd, Sec 2, Xitun Dist.
11:30 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-10:30 pm
English Menu
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

This is the first Taichung (and third Taiwan) branch for the Singaporean-based modern Thai-style restaurant chain. Using imported Thai spices, Thai head chef K. Chantana creates attractively-presented new interpretations of traditional Thai favorites, served in smaller portions perfect for one or two diners. For NT$450/person, there are also special sets for two, four and eight people. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. Modern presentations of traditional favorites include the 3 Flavour of Curries (NT$380), featuring green, massaman and red curries (bottom left-right). Two other favorites (pictured, top) are the Spicy & Sour Shrimp Soup (Tom Yum Gong) and Vietnamese Style Fresh Spring Rolls (NT$220).

B. Phad Thai Seafood (NT$200) noodles (pictured, bottom) and Grilled Pork Loin with Lettuce Wrap (NT$300) are two other favorites. Thai Singha Beer (NT$120) and Thai Milk Tea (NT$120) join various drinks, from wines to smoothies and milkshakes, on the beverage list.

Bangkok JamC. Bangkok Jam's chic, cosmopolitan interior resembles an upscale Western bistro.

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