When you’re enjoying a hearty meal that provides ultimate comfort in a modern surrounding, you know you’re at SAVA All Day Dining.

Bestowing simple recipes with some decadent twists, SAVA is home to stylishly homely meals where comfort thrives from every. Satisfying your favourite cravings, SAVA All Day Dining by Polpat “Moo” Savaprapha, designer and founder of Asava Group, is back after a short break during the COVID-19 lockdown. Following a period of silence, the designer himself took to creating an exciting new menu, inspired by the dishes he personally loves. 

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We love that every dish here is given a cheeky spin to tickle those taste buds for an adventurous ride. Sourced locally and internationally, all the ingredients at SAVA have been carefully handpicked to bring ultimate freshness to the meals. This suits the ambiance here, which follows a minimalistic and contemporary aura. The vibe is comfortable, and makes it a chilled out hangout spot for friends to gather for a casual meal. 

We recently had a chance to visit and tried some of the signature dishes SAVA has to offer. Here’s a list of must-tries you need to order when you visit. 

Crispy Chinese Chive Cake (THB 110)

Order the Crispy Chinese Chives Cake (or a.k.a Kui Chai Yaowarat Tod) to start your meal. This crispy and crunchy cake makes you love your veggies even more. The Thai staple snack will satisfy those who love deep-fried snacks, especially as they come served with a sweet and sour dipping soy sauce which add plenty of extra flavour.

Stir-Fried Glass Noodle with Fermented Sausage and Pickled Garlic (THB 195)

If you love salted eggs and fermented sausage (Naem), then this combination will make you drool. This succulent noodle dish knows how to cheer you up with a mild flavour that dazzles you with its unusual taste. The pickled garlic and scrambled egg bring together an extra oomph to the dish. 

Stir-Fried Noodles in XO Sauce with Ham (THB 195)

Mama Noodle fans, here’s a sassy twist to your quintessential noodle. The Chinese XO sauce not only enhances the zest of this stir-fried noodle but makes it a flavour-bomb on its own. While you can never go wrong with Mama, we love the addition of the XO sauce, the ham, and the pork crackling on top for a very original dish.

Crispy Kurobuta Pork Lard with Salt and Chili (THB 195)

There’s a reason this one is a signature dish, and now we know why it’s worth the hype. This dish gives you a burst of flavours and adds that crunch to make it a playful yet comforting go-to that you can enjoy any time of day. Even though the spice is very mild, it offers that extra kick, bringing out the best of the Kurobuta pork. It comes with soft boiled egg that smothers the underlying jasmine rice beautifully.

Milky Pink Syrup Shaved Ice with Kinako Powder (THB 120)

If you’re a fan of frozen desserts, look no further, because this one is a soul-satisfying treat. A Thai version similar to Korean bingsu or snow cones, this shaved ice (or nam khaeng sai) is served with Kinako Powder and condensed milk, as an ideal way to refresh your tastebuds and sweeten up your afternoon. In Bangkok, every day is a season to indulge in this icy dessert. It’s refreshing, and wakes you up right away in the most delightful manner. The perfect way to end the meal.

SAVA All Day Dining, The EmQuartier, 6th Floor, The Helix Quarter Building, Open Monday-Sunday 11 am- 20:00. Order delivery service via LINE MAN by searching SAVA All Day Dining. For more information, visit SAVA All Day Dining. 

Alisha Pawa
Writer
Alisha is a passionate dancer and is always creating her own choreographies. She is a fan of rom-com novels, a coffee-drinker who loves tea, and is always on-the-go for her midnight chocolate cravings. She hopes to tick-off her never-ending bucket list one day by hosting her own travel show.