posted on August 08, 2013 04:07
The Vibe: Tribeca restaurant has a great vibe, with a bistro feel, three different levels of seating, and an inviting outdoor terrace. Opened in July of 2013, they are the latest gastro pub to stake a claim in the trendy Thong Lor area and they have an “all day brunch” theme with a focus on small plates of food. The fully stocked bar is the centerpiece of the space and they work in tandem with some of the best artisan food producers in the city. They have an all day brunch menu, lots of coffee, tea, and milkshake options, as well as a small dinner menu and a few set lunch options. Tribeca attracts a vibrant crowd of unpretentious diners and has a laid back and causal vibe that will have a wide appeal.
What To Eat & Drink: Start off your meal with a Peanut Butter & Chocolate Milk Shake which is rich and creamy without being overly sweet. Next try the Ruben w/ Pastrami, Emmental Cheese, Sauerkraut, Russian Sauce & Sour Dough Bread which is brilliant. The beef is rich, fatty and juicy and by far the best pastrami in Bangkok. Another popular dish is their signature version of eggs benedict of Maple Glazed Pork Belly, Sous Vide Poached Eggs, Butter Milk Pancake, Hollandaise Sauce w/Baby Mustard & Spring Onion. This is an epic accomplishment that redefines what is possible. The semi-sweet pancake and the decadent pork belly all coalesce with the umptious egg yolk and the acidic hollandaise and mustard. It’s soulful and seductive. Another nice dish is the Sausages & Polenta made with fresh ground Italian sausage meatballs, roasted garlic, peppers, onions, and a fried polenta cake all swimming in a tasty tomato sauce. Be sure to try some other house favorites such as their Butter Milk Waffles, Fried Chicken w/Maple Butter & Maple Syrup and their Wagyu Beef Burger w/ “Duck Fat Fried” French Fries.
Insider Insight: Tribeca is appealing on a myriad of levels; they are offering high quality cuisine that is delicious and soulful. They focus on cuisine that is “stick to your ribs” comfort food, and the dishes manage to be all at once innovative yet familiar. The menu is engaging and the prices are very attractive with the average dish priced at 250 Baht and the most expensive dish priced at 420 Baht. You will also want to stop by and enjoy their daily Happy Hour from 16:00 to 20:00 hours and their free flow selected cocktails such as Bellini’s, Mimosas, Bloody Maries and Prosecco which are available every weekend for just 499 Baht++.