Foods and Drinks
The food is served in appropriate portions in order for each table to collectively enjoy and share a wide range of foods together. A long list of somtum goes on with 8 varieties, together with a list of light dishes on the menu like Der Styled Deep Fried Chicken Thigh (Sa Poak Kai Tod Der), Fried Khon Kaen’s Pork Roll (Moo Yor Tod Khon Kaen), Deep-fried Spicy Minced Pork (Larb Tod), Grilled Coconut Milk Marinated Pork Skewers (Moo Ping Kati Sod) and many more.
For those who would like to opt for less-challenging and more comfort-oriented dishes, Somtum Der also offers central Thai food from a sister restaurant in Bangkok, Supanniga Eating Room. Rice and noodle dishes from Eh’s grandmother’s home-cooked recipes, Thai comfort food with a bit of creativity like Special Pad Thai made with crabmeat and crab paste (Pad Thai Mun Poo) and Spicy flat rice noodles, wok-fried with ground pork and crispy basil leaves (Pad Ki Mao Pork & Basil) are options to choose from.With hot and spicy food, there is nothing more refreshing than sweet and cool desserts such as Thai local favorites Snow Ice with Syrup, Black Jelly with Fresh Milk or Taro in Condensed Coconut Milk. A touch of uniqueness does not end with the food. Somtum Der’s beverages such as rosella and lemongrass herbal juices can be ordered along with savory dishes, as well as unique alcoholic drinks including signature rosella and lemongrass Martinis, which use house-infused vodka and roasted rice or Thailand’s ubiquitous spirits like Singha beer and Mekong rum-based cocktails.