Food: Asia and Travels08 Aug 2011 10:32 am

I have been wanting to visit Another Hound for years. I remember strolling around Siam Paragon a few years ago with my brother and seeing the cafe and wanting to go in so badly – but I was intimidated for some reason. This time, I finally made it happen with my mom for a quick lunch on my last day in Bangkok.

Greyhound is a Thai fashion design house who happen to make clothes I really like. I actually thought that their cafe might be kind of crap they were so good at fashion, but I was wrong. The concept here is Italian bistro x Thai spice, and although that sounds like a recipe for disaster, it works here. Prices are good and the atmosphere is classy. A lot of black, crystal and silver, and a nice view of Siam from the windows.

The restaurant was full of lunching ladies and HiSo (the Bangkok term for high society) kids with too many shopping bags. Service was brisk, and they were sold out of a few things, but we still managed.

“Complicated noodle” Noodle sheets + fresh lettuce leaves + minced pork + chili garlic sauce + cilantro. No really easy way to eat these, but they are great, and judging by a quick look around the restaurants tables, very popular. I want to try recreating them at home sometime! 130 baht, or about $4.50

Watermelon mint shake.

My mom’s delicious ham and cheese grill, with a mound of fries. For something so basic sounding she was worried it was going to be a sad greasy tasteless mess, but it was crispy and fresh and they used high quality cheese and ham. About $5.50

 

Another Hound Cafe is a great stop if you are shopping in the Siam area and want to eat at something other than a food hall. The food is imaginative but well done, and the menu varied to all tastes.

Another Hound, Siam Paragon

 

2 Responses to “another hound cafe by greyhound, bangkok”

  1. on 08 Aug 2011 at 4:43 pm Sandwiches are Beautiful

    This is in the top five grilled cheese sandwiches I’ve seen this month.

  2. on 13 Sep 2011 at 1:54 am Teresa

    I just had my first lunch at The other hound at Siam and am just dying to re-create the Complicated noodle dish that was divine….any suggestions for how to make the pork…I think I figured out the sauce and amy also wondering about the steamed noodle squares.
    Let me know if you have tried to make it yet.
    Your photos are great!
    Thanks
    Teresa in Bali