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COMPASS MAGAZINE > September 2017

 

Saladaeng Cafe

(04) 2301-2358
81, ZhongXing St, West Dist
Hours: 11 am-2:30 pm, 5:30-10 pm (closed Tue)

Visitors to this old, two-story building can enjoy Thai-style light meals and a cafe. The owner--passionate about Thai travels, dining and culture--has designed this nostalgic place, decorated with dried flowers and plants. The menu's pages, filled with pictures of Bangkok street scenes, offer various Thai eats and drinks. The authentic Thai-flavored Ga Prao Moo (stir-fried minced meat over rice, NT$220) is prepared with imported holy basil, handmade chili vinegar, chili powder, and lemon. Also recommended are Kao Man Gai (Hainan chicken with rice, NT$230), which takes over three hours to cook, and Tom Yum Soup (NT$90). A variety of appetizers, soups and Thai Milk Tea are also available to complete an evocative Thai experience here. --By Helen Young, translated by Anna Yang

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