With migrants from all parts of Thailand flocking to Bangkok for work, there are plenty of homesick cravings to be catered for. Thai cuisine varies widely around the country from the hot, spicy salads of the northeastern Isaan region so the curries and Muslim-influenced dishes of the south. A fine place to sample a range of regional specialties in a stylish setting is Supanniga Eating Room on Thong Lor. There’s a strong Isaan influence on the menu, but the food also encompasses often hard-to-find dishes from the eastern Trat Province, from where the owner’s grandmother comes such as kung phad sator (prawns fried with stink beans). Southern food is also well represented on Thong Lor at Khua Kling Pak Sod, which does a particularly mean yellow curry with fish.