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    New Set Lunch Menu at Osha Bangkok

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    Osha Bangkok – one of the capital’s biggest openings of 2015 – have rolled out an eye-catching lunch set menu, taking inspiration from ‘Thai street food’ to deliver classic dishes all in some glamourous surrounds on Wireless Road. 

    Perhaps the best thing about Osha’s new lunch menu is the price: pick one main dish for just 285 baht, then add a starter and dessert for 100 baht more each. This means you can get a three-course lunch for 500 baht in what was previously known as one of the more expensive Thai restaurants in Bangkok. Clearly not anymore.

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  • As for those single dish mains, expect the likes of khao mun gai (chicken over rice), pad Thai, khao soi wagyu (curry noodle with wagyu), and khao na ped panang (duck in curry with rice). 

    After a recent visit, the khao soi wagyu really impressed us, leaving us asking just how they can make money on this dish, using premium ingredients and serving it up in hearty portions for good measure. In all honesty, this was one of the best khao sois I’ve tried anywhere in Bangkok. Same goes for their panang duck dish; super succulent meat, creamy sauce and almost big enough to fill up for lunch on its own. 

    Their khao mun gai is less spectacular, although we enjoyed the deep fried blood and spicy homemade sauce. Kanom jeen is also on the main’s menu; here, there soft white noodles are served with tempura-style vegetables and a side of tangy sauce with chunks of fresh crab meat. It’s stylish, affordable and tasty (but I would still recommend that khao soi any day of the week). 

    Starters and desserts also raise question on just how a classy establishment like this can charge only 100 baht per dish. The O-liang crème brulee – a take on milky Thai coffee normally served in the liquid form over ice – was just a perfect way to end this budget lunch. 

    Osha Bangkok’s Thai Street Food Premium Lunch Set is running every day from 11:00-14:30. Of course, they are still open for dinner in the evening to and you can read our full review on the whole restaurant below. The restaurant is a short walk from either Ploenchit BTS or Lumpini MRT Station. 

    Osha Bangkok - Full Review

    • Opening Hours: Lunch: 11:00 – 14:30; Dinner: 18:00 – 24:00
    • Address: 99 Wireless Road, Lumpini Pathumwan, Bangkok
    • Tel: +66 (0)2 256 6555 // reservations: reservations@oshabangkok.com
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