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The Full Flavours of Thailand

Experience authentic tastes from across Thailand. Take home local souvenirs & enjoy local cultural performances and Thai-style workshops,

12 – 4pm every weekend. Shop from across the 4 Thai regions at Talad Eathai, including fresh produce, Tra Kai dishware, fabric collections from Pakamian & local souvenirs and don’t miss your chance to learn how to cook like a Thai, at the Issaya Cooking Studio tel. 02 160 5636

21 – 31 Jul ’17, Eathai Level LG, Central Embassy


Lanna delicacies from ‘Pa Ta Chiang Mai’ restaurant, with dishes such as spicy minced pork salad, spicy tea leaf salad & grilled fermented pork sausages. in a banana leaf & grilled omelette. Lookthrough souvenirs from Mae Hong Sorn including Thai hill tribe woven cloths and Phu Klon products.


Authentic flavours from ‘Krua Apsorn’ restaurant, including roasted duck in red curry, spicy stir-fried bamboo shoots, omelette with crab meat & much more.


Strong, spicy dishes from ‘Na Chalong’ restaurant such as yellow curry with sea bass and coconut shoots & stir-fried Melinjo with eggs, topped with dried shrimp. Plus, quality handicrafts.

North Eastern

A variety of Som Tam (papaya salad), grilled chicken & much more, along with Ikat textiles from Udon Thani.


Don’t miss your chance to learn how to cook like a Thai, at the Issaya Cooking Studio tel. 02 160 5636


Shop for Thai goodness from across 4 regions at Talad Eathai, including fresh produce, Tra Kai dishware, fabric collections from Pakamian & local souvenirs.

  • Issaya Cooking Studio


    Learn how to cook like a Thai with Chef Ian Kittichai and his team, who know the secrets of the impressive flavours of Thai cuisine. Issaya Cooking Studio offers cooking classes ranging from kids’ classes to mixology classes.


  • Vejpong Pharmacy


    Vejpong Pharmacy has been part of Yaowarat history for over a century. The pharmacy’s signature wooden shelves filled with traditional medicine have been a proof of their long-time expertise.

  • Thai Cookbook & Souvenir Store


    Thai Cookbook & Souvenir Store is your new go-to place for Thai recipes and souvenirs that will remind you of Thai culture. The products add more flavours to your kitchen and heighten the liveliness in your house.

  • Eat Thai Rice


    Eat Thai Rice imitates the feeling of being in a rice field by gathering up to 23 local kinds of rice. Harvesting is a big moment for farmers and finding the right rice is a big moment for rice lovers.

  • Grocery 4 Pak


    The shelves of Grocery 4 Pak are full of so many Thai ingredients from all 4 regions that you can do your grocery shopping in a nostalgic, friendly mood, the same mood you feel when shopping at your neighborhood mom-and-pop stores.

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    Not only do the fresh produce and daily products on offer contribute to the elements of Thai markets, but familiar items such as local supplies used by vendors are also part of it as well. Talad Eathai brings you all these elements while being a convenient place for you to grab top quality foodstuffs.

  • Moom Aroi


    Inspired by the guarantee signs seen at both street food vendors and expensive dining places, Moom Aroi offers a variety of food rotated bi-weekly that will be your guide to delicious Thai food from all regions.

  • Wan Yen


    Wan Yen generates a delightful feeling by offering frozen Thai treats. Come grab Thai-style ice cream with hard-to-resist toppings. These are the real antagonists of hot and humid weather.


  • Baan Kanom Thai


    Imagine Baan Kanom Thai as a big brass tray filled with an assortment of Thai desserts. This heavenly tray offers traditional flavours or Thai sweet treats that are just so good choosing just one is never enough.

  • Bangkok Bold Kitchen


    The concept of Eathai Café is inspired by the steel folding shutters of old school cafés where everyone knows each other and forms a casual community bound with coffee. We bring the same vibe, but with a wider variety of all-day dining, offering the top dishes from Eathai and more.

  • Little Chinatown


    Inspired by the vivid sight and sound of Yaowarat. A new corner in Krua 4 Pak called Little Chinatown by San Yod turns the profound relations between Thai and Chinese into distinct Thai-Chinese dishes like Szechuan fried rice, Hong Kong noodles and much more.

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    Wherever you are in Thailand, eating street food is a fun and flavourful way to get to know a city. To keep this lively atmosphere, Eathai brings you not only local favourites, but also the total experience of the best street food.



    Krua 4 Pak is your tiffin box or ‘Pinto’ combining mouth-watering goodies from all over the country. Each tier of this ‘Pinto’ is filled with a variety of food from all 4 regions. Expect things like fresh-from-the-sea seafood, to the city’s best-loved vegetarian food and mellow recipes from central Thailand and Esan spicy dishes.


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