$47 Price per guest

Gap Khao: Family Style Vegan Thai Meal

Time of the event
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Type of the event
Dinner
Cuisine Type
Thai
The host speaks
Number of guests
2 to 6
Special diets
Vegetarian, Vegan, Lactose intolerance, Allergic to Fish, Allergic to Shellfish, Allergic to Eggs

Menu

Family Style Spread

Relish & Accompaniments

Pungent relish served alongside various raw and/or cooked vegetable sides to complement (e.g. fried acacia omelette, raw and/or blanched seasonal vegetables, fresh herbs, tempura, faux pork rinds). Example relishes and accompaniments are based on availability and seasonality of ingredients.
Example relishes you might be served: nam prik gapi (shrimp paste chili relish); lon tahu yee (fermented tofu and coconut cream relish); nam prik ong (Northern tomato relish).

Curries & Soups

Example curries and soups you might enjoy depending on availability and seasonal availability of ingredients:

Curries: Gaeng tae po (sweet and sour water spinach coconut curry); gaeng gari (aromatic potato and tofu yellow curry with strong Indian influence); gaeng hung lay (rich iconic Northern Thai coconut-free faux pork curry); gaeng kua kling (dry fragrant Southern curry); hor mok (steamed faux fish curry custard), gaeng bom bae (ancient cucumber coconut curry).

Soups: gaeng jut pak bung (water spinach soup with fried garlic oil); gaeng jut wun sen (glass noodle soup); tom jap chai (slow boiled vegetable soup).

Stir-fried & Deep Fried

Example dishes that might be served:

Son in law tofu (sweet and sour tamarind dressed fried tofu); kaa het hom (pounded fried shiitake stems); het yong (shredded salty-sweet fried mushroom); pad kaprow (stir fry with holy basil, never Thai basil), laap tod (deep fried Isaan meatballs)

Salads & Other Bits

Example dishes that might be served:

Yum tua plu (wing bean salad); nam tok (grilled seitan strips dressed with fresh lime juice, fish sauce, mint, coriander, shallots, and toasted rice powder); corn som tum (or other variations on the popular green papaya salad); yum hua plee (banana blossom salad); tao hu pa lo (tofu simmered in sweet five spice broth), yam woon sen (glass noodle salad).

Rice

Steamed jasmine rice scented with pandan leaf


Kanom Thai

A selection of traditional Thai sweets.

Example sweets might include:

Kanom chan; bua loi; salim; tub tim grop; kanom sampanee; kanom dok jok; kanom fak bua, woon cha, krong krang


Drinks & Beverages

Guests can bring alcohol

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What to expect

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Heba11/11/2019
5.0/5
As a lover of spicy food, this was just perfect. There are times when spicy food is too overwhelming that you don't taste anything else, but Kip managed to give every dish a very unique flavor. It's not hard to see that the dishes are made with passion, expertise and hard work, and the food is always accompanied by good stories. I've been to Kip's supper clubs twice so far, and both times have been enjoyable experiences with great food and great company.
Jason11/09/2019
5.0/5
I absolutely love eating at Kips. She's such a passionate person who knows a lot about food, puts a lot of thought and heart into it. I've been twice with my food patron and both times have been such a fun culinary experience. Forever nice memories. And also, Kip is such a cool person. (Double also, there are 2 cool cats!)
Tom10/27/2019
5.0/5
The best supper club in town. Kip's food, warmth, enthusiasm and knowledge are truly inspiring. Don't miss out on this, every dish is a flavour sensation. Plus there's always such lovely people there, not to mention the highly entertaining cats Noodle and Fruitcake.
Boris05/12/2019
5.0/5
Absolutely amazing - an explosion of beautiful flavours, lovingly combined and presented by Kip. Highly recommended! ❤️❤️❤️

The place & Amenities
The full address will be provided once the booking is confirmed

Pets in the house
Nearby public transport
WiFi Available

Upcoming dates

Fr, 13 Dec

19:30 - 22:30

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