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Khong River House restaurant name is inspired by the Mekong River, this river connected the Tibetan Plateau through Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. It gathers together all this different cultures. This a inspiration for Asian fusion foods because with this gathering all the tastes, ingredients and techniques were mixed together and resulted in beautiful food that entails great culture heritage responsibility. The Southeastern Asian cuisine was born this way and it has a lot of affectionate fans all over the world who visit this countries to taste their wonderful culinary secrets and flavors.
But you don’t need to go far to experient this foods. Just around the corner of Miami Beach’s local haven and tourist hotspot Liconln Road, on the address 1661 Meridian Avenue, South Beach, 305-763-8147 you will find a restaurant that creates traditional asian fusion flavors that you’ll never forget. Khong River House is like an oasis because it will kill the thirsty of the enthusiasts of Asian food.
The dishes go from Fiery curries, rich noodle dishes, herbaceous broths to tangy house pickles and sweet sticky rice and this ones are just an example of the structured and traditional Mekong food you will find in this restaurant.
Now let’s talk about the space of this restaurant is not only the food that is beautiful! You will eat your meal on a artfully dining loft with reclaimed wood, soaring ceilings full of Edison bulbs hanging which gives the place an vintage felling and of course they had to add an asian felling too with the antique Asian birdhouses hanging on the ceiling too.
The bar restaurant is a great place to start the night or even to finish it is an impressive gin-laden bar.
The kitchen is Asian centered and the chef Sudarat Loasupho – affectionaltely known as “MaMa Pai”brings to table, with the help of its big team, artfully crafted weekend brunches, hearty lunches and inspiring suppers seven days a week. This is a meal better shared because of its sense of community.
To taste new flavors or to remember the Asian fusion foods that are unique you have to check out this beautiful in space and in culinary Khong River House restaurant in Miami.