This Place Serves Authentic Thai Food!

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What Makes It Awesome?

Neung Roi is an authentic Thai restaurant situated near Aerocity. With a contemporary set up, this place has a very soothing ambience. Starting from the entrance where lotus shaped diyas are lit up to the bubble-shaped chandeliers hanging across the restaurant and the colour coordinated tabletop set up matched with flower decoration spread across the restaurant, this place is a delight to eyes. You can spot a variety of cosy corners in all sizes and grab the one you like.

Neung Roi serves authentic Thai cuisine and their menu delves into various regions of Thailand, i.e- Isan, Lama, Southern Thailand and Central Plains.

We relished the following dishes which their very efficient and amiable staff served us:-

-Gai Phad Prick Plow which is stir-fried chicken with roasted chilli powder. It was flavourful. The chicken was tender and all the flavours perfectly blossomed in our mouth at the first bite.

- Next, we tried Going Phad Prick Katiem which are perfectly cooked stir-fried prawns served with chilli and garlic sauce. It was succulent and had a tangy touch to it.

- Porpia Phad Thai which is Phad Thai spring roll (veg) served with chilli sauce. It was an instant hit amongst everyone as it had a very balanced flavour. Also, their chilli sauce is the best.

- Chormoung is a steamed Thai butterfly flower dumpling. It is regarded as an ancient royal dish and is marked by its carved flower-shaped appearance and indigo colouring from the Butterfly Pea flower.
Chor Muang has become rare to find in typical Thailand’s market.
We tried these vegetable dumplings which tasted delicious. The hogger in me gulped it in one go and it simply melted in my mouth within seconds and clearly I didn't stop at one.

Moving onto the salad, we tried the following:-

- Yam Hed Khem Tong Krob which is a crispy anoki mushroom salad with fresh mango. The crispiness of the salad helps in enhancing its taste to a great extent.

- Yam Talay which is mixed seafood salad with lemongrass, shallot and spring onion is appetizing and has a zesty flavour to it.


- Geang Juet Gai Sab which is a chicken dumpling soup with chives and roasted garlic. The soup has a generous amount of chicken dumplings added to it and is very enjoyable especially in this freezing weather.

In the main course we tried the following:-

- Pla Rad Prick which is fried sea bass with ginger, chilli and tamarind glaze. It had the perfect blend of spices and we relished it thoroughly.

- Geang Khru Gai Yang which is grilled chicken with yellow curry and herbs. It had the typical Thai aroma and paired well with Jasmine rice.

- Phad Pak Kiew which is stir-fried Kale with morning Glory, Pok Choy, soya bean sauce, garlic and pepper. It was exquisite and the flavours wonderfully blended together leaving us wanting for more.

- Geang Kiew Wan Pak which is mixed vegetables with yellow curry, eggplant and kaffirlime. It was very palatable and tasted best with Khao Tom Yum Pak which is Tom Yum vegetable rice.


- Khao Niew Mamoung which is sticky rice with mango and coconut milk. It was a perfect mix of sweet and sour flavours exactly like the way we had on our recent trip to Bangkok.

- Porpia Khuay Hom Thod which are crispy banana fritters with fig and honey ice cream. This is a must try and you cannot afford to miss it at any cost. The crispiness of banana fritters combined with sweet fig and honey ice cream is the best we tried till date. It had just the right amount of sweetness to it. Highly recommended!

How Much Did It Cost?

INR 3,000+

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids

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