Family secret recipes from eastern Thailand to be shared, available at 2 addresses in Bangkok: Thonglor and Sathorn.
Private DiningPrivate Dining
Locally Sourced ProduceLocally Sourced Produce
Traditional CuisineTraditional Cuisine
Secret Tables

Restaurant Description

Nestled in the heart of Bangkok, Supanniga Eating Room serves authentic, savoury Thai cuisine using premium ingredients from Thailand’s seaside towns including fish sauce, kapi (dried shrimp paste), and salted fish. The recipes have been passed on for 80 years from the owner’s grandmother, and showcase delicacies from the Trat and Chantaburi provinces, with a slight Isaan touch.

The restaurant is a transformed typical shophouse with a décor reminding the atmosphere of Supanniga Home in Khon Kaen, where Khunyai was living and where all started. Warm and comfortable feeling with the use of northeastern traditional utensils like kapom table or mai fuem (Isan weaving utensil) to transport diners through Isan culture.

In December 2015, Supanniga Eating Room opened a second address on Sathorn. Khunyai Somsri is still the inspiration behind each dish. The new venue on Sathorn has been designed by Onion Co, with a contemporary use of the yellow of the supanniga flower. The balcony on the second floor can be used as an interactive space for embroidery workshop or gallery.

Open daily for lunch from 11.30am to 2,30pm and for dinner from 5.30pm to 11pm (last order 10.15pm).

The Chef & His Brigade

“My grandmother was not only a great cook, she also told fascinating stories about her dishes. One of her fish recipes called Gaeng Pa Sub Nok comes from when my great-grandfather used to carry chilli paste wrapped in banana leaves with him while he was hunting in the jungle.”

Inspiration: Khunyai Somsri Jantra - by her grandson Thanaruek.

Welcome to Bangkok

Founded in 1782 by King Rama I, the “City of Angels” is an energetic metropolis that pulsates with life—a perfect entry point for exploring all that Thailand has to offer. Often referred to as Krung Thep by Thais, the capital city is home to one of Asia’s richest historical, cultural and architectural heritages. Delicious aromatic street food permeates the air, varied outdoor markets, cooking classes, indulgent massages and nonstop nightlife all contribute to its magnetic charm.

Southeast Asia’s largest museum the National Museum, the expansive golden royal complex Grand Palace (home of the radiant Emerald Buddha), and the sprawling reclining Buddha can all be found in the Rattanakosin District. A boat ride up and down the Chao Phraya River and klongs (canals), lined with temples and historic edifices, is essential. The downtown old western quarter, filled with neoclassical buildings and antiques shops, and Chinatown offer additional sides to this flavourful city. Weekend travellers will delight in the Chatuchak Weekend Market containing more than 15,000 stalls selling goods from every part of Thailand, or the unique floating market known as Taling Chan. Bangkok’s charms are addictively splendorous.

Useful Information

Opening time:
Daily: 11.30-14.30 / 17.30-23.30 (Last order 22.30)

Annual closing:
Songkran Holiday

Time zone: (GMT+07:00) Bangkok
Currency accepted: THB
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, UnionPay
Electricity voltage: 220V
Electricity plug type:  


Time & Weather

Current Temperature

30° C

Current Weather

Local Time

6:16 am