Koh By Ian Kittichai, Intercontinental- Marine Drive, Mumbai

The history of food in Mumbai is closely linked to the growth of this city from fishing village to megapolis. With the passage of time immigrants from all over the world came to the city and brought their flavourful treasures with them and today the city houses various restaurant serving cuisines of different lands under its blue umbrella, and  Koh By Ian Kittichai which is located at Intercontinental in Marine drive is among them and is one of the best Thai cuisines restaurant in the city.

Chef Ian Kittichai

Chef Ian Kittichai

Koh By Ian Kittichai is head by Ian Kittichai a world renowned chef and title-holder of “The Golden Hand Chef” to Mumbai. The menu of restaurant is crafted and created with intricacy to appeal to the Indian palate. The restaurant uses fresh ingredients flown down from an organic farm in Thailand.

Spicy crab soup

Spicy crab and roasted garlic egg drop soup

Spicy crab and roasted garlic egg drop soup is a must-have soup served at the Koh By Ian Kittichai. The Alaskan Lump Crab known for its delicious meat is cooked in spicy chillies and roasted garlic with a touch of egg, giving it a palatable flavour. Which makes it a perfect start for the Thai cuisine.

Chilean Seabass

Chilean Seabass

From the long list of Thai cuisines Chilean Seabass is the most delicious sea food, and is also a signature dish of the restaurants. Chilean Seabass also know as Patagonian Toothfish is a fish found in fresh water. To give the dish its flavourful taste the fish is cooked in Salted-yellow-bean with a touch of secret spices.

Spicy Thai Miso

Spicy Thai Miso

The restaurant also serves the grilled food and Pandan Robata Chicken is a delicious grilled chicken dish served here. The bone less chicken is marinated in a paste made up of various ingredient including tamarind to give it a tangy delicious flavour. The marinated chicken is grilled and garnished with the toasted sesame seeds, and is tasty enough to become a Thai food lover.

Thai Snake Beans

Thai Snake Beans

For the vegetarians Koh By Ian Kittichai offers delicious dishes like Mixed Vegatable ‘ Hormok’. How Mok is an old Thai traditional way of cooking where food is steamed in banana leaf cups, which imparts a special aroma to the dish. You can taste the spiciness of red chillies with the light flavour of hand pressed coconut milk in Mixed Vegatable ‘ Hormok’,

Koh By Ian Kittichai is the best place to pamper your taste buds with some delicious Thai food. And to make your dinning memorable Bookyourtable  is ready to help you, call 076767 76767 or click here  for reservations and other value added services.