Central Embassy, LG Floors 1031, Ploen Chit Rd, Lumphini Pathumwan Bangkok 10330
Eathai offers guests a chance to embrace the authentic and lively spirit of Thailand simply eating, cooking, and shopping. Central Embassy has carefully curated a collection of 36 food vendors to fill out their Eathai food court which enables hungry diners to satisfy any possible Thai food craving they could have. All of the regions of Thailand are represented. Here you can experience culinary delights from all across the nation.
As examples, if you’re craving something from the north, Kanom Jean Mae Thim brings you their famous rice vermicelli and curries straight from Chiang Rai. Craving something from the Northeast? Sai Krok Isan offers their fermented sour pork sausages with fresh minced birds-eye chillies. Thailand’s south is well represented with the offerings from Makan Halal, a halal kitchen serving up traditional Southern Thai favorites. While Kang Banphe Noodle serves incredible Tom Yum noodle soup with the freshest seafood available from Thailand’s central plains coast line!
Eathai also offers dining options to fit the dining constraints of time and budget. Fancy something quick and cheap? Their Street Food zone offers street food favorite dishes, with fast service, and budget friendly prices. Many of these vendors have been honing their culinary skills on the streets for more than 50 years. Vendors such as Kuay Teow Rod Dee Ded, Nai Uan Yen Ta Fo, and Michelin Guide mentioned Sanyond and Khao Man Gai Pratunam have been thrilling diners for more than 50 years. While Eau Hua Suki Boran is the first to introduce sukiyaki to Thailand 62 years ago!
But you’d be mistaken if you thought Eathai was a place for those who only want to “eat and run”. There are many vendors that offer meals comparable to restaurant style dining. The Ocean by Louis-Leeman is a seafood specialist offering large dishes that showcase the sea’s bounty in a BIG way. While places like Baan Khanom Thai offer large platters of delicious Thai desserts and a high tea experience force diners to slow down, and enjoy good food and conversation with friends.
Walking about and seeing all of this amazing food under one roof may inspire you to explore your hidden culinary talents. You can learn how to cook like a Thai at Issaya Cooking Studio with Chef Ian Kittichai and his team. Not only will you learn to cook like a Thai, you’ll learn to make dishes based on the menu of Issaya Siamese Club, a Michelin Guide mentioned restaurant set in a 100 year colonial home.
Once you’ve built up your confidence in Thai cooking, or if you already possess the culinary prowess, you’ll find that Eathai’s Thai Cookbook & Souvenir Store zone has all of the products you’ll need in your kitchen to create your own Thai dishes! But also make sure to hit the Eat Thai Rice zone to choose from 23 different local Thai rices freshly harvested and straight from the farm. After all, every Thai meal should be accompanied with rice!
If you want to truly experience Thailand’s range of cuisine either by eating, cooking, or shopping then Central Embassy’s Eathai is your one-stop destination!