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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Chomna Thai Restaurant - Ramkamhang 211, Minburi

Chomna Thai Restaurant - Draft beer - Live music - Countryside atmosphere



Overall Score  9/10
Taste   4.5/5
Ambiance  4/5
Service  5/5
Value   5/5


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Chomna in Thai means to enjoy a sight of the rice field.  Chomna is located kind of out of the metro area but the drive isn’t that bad.  If you didn’t catch the rush hour traffic, it takes about 20 minutes driving on Ramkamhang road from RAMA IX.  Precisely the place is around Ramkamhang 211, almost to Romklao intersection.   At day time, you will notice the rice field right at entrance into the Soi of the restaurant.  Certainly a beautiful sight when there is a glare of late afternoon sunlight.

Walking to the actual part of the restaurant, you will find the traditional elements but presented in a modern way such as the Bamboo gate, Scare crower, watermill, and more.  Please see photos.  The set up of Chomna is very beautiful and pleasant.  There is not many indoor seating area.  I was with my friends and we sat in the open air with the Thai band playing slow jam live. 

In the menu of Chomna, you will only find Thai dishes.  Selections are similar to most Thai restaurants.  Being in the suburb are, food prices are quite a bargain for such a wonderful atmosphere.  Servers at Chomna are well trained.  They were kind and polite.  They took good care of our table.  I was really impressed with how I was treated from the very beginning.  Details of the menu, please see in the tab menu as usual.  


The reason we went to Chomna was that it was closed to my friend’s house and we were on our way back from a golf course on Suwinthawong road.  By the time we got to the restaurant, we were exhausted and starving so we ordered all kinds of dishes.  You can see the caption below photos to know which is what.  I must say that almost every dish that we ordered were delicious.  My favorite one was the Pla Krapong Tod Nampla or Crispy fried sea bass in fish sauce.  As I have noticed, a good is always spread apart, deep fried to golden brown, with the salty flavor at the skin to contrast with the white and soft fish meat.  This fish menu of Chomna was served with the seafood chili sauce and the sour mango in fish sauce.  My friend liked it so much that he ate almost every bit of it.  I mean part of the bone was crispy enough to eat. 

Another menu that I would like to recommend to you is the ChooChee Goong or Tiger prawn with red curry.  Its tasty curry sauce was amazing with the fresh prawn.  Over the jasmine rice, the oil from the head and the curry blended into a flavorsome bite.  To complete any Thai meal, we must have the Tom Yum Soup.  This one is the Tom Zab Kradook Aon or a Spicy and sour soup with pork ribs with soft bones.  We had a hot pot of it to share.  Chomna’s kitchen didn’t care to limit amount of herbs to put in there, so the taste was very aromatic and intense.  I really loved it.  We have a few other dishes in this meal; Crispy morning glory salad, Spicy Eggplant salad, Grilled beef with Isaan chili sauce, and Deep-fried chicken joints.  All of them were delicious to a nice standard. 

The Chomna @ Minburi is a great spot to sit back after a long day of work and drink a beer with some tasty Thai food in the relaxing suburb atmosphere.  What more could I ask for.  I highly recommend this spot for regardless of where you are.  If you could drive there, I guaranteed you it is well worth it for once.  Or if you happened to drive through the area, you shouldn’t ignore this fine Thai restaurant of Minburi – The Chomna    





















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