Khun Churn - Eathai

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 9 reviews )

Central Embassy Shopping Center, 1031 Ploenchit Rd, Pathumwan, Lumpini (at lower level), Bangkok, Thailand, 10110

Restaurant chain from Chiang Mai, this branch is a booth in Eathai Food Center, in the Central Embassy Shopping Mall, accessible by Skytrain Chidlom and Ploenchit stations. The stall is towards the back of the food court. Offers meat-free meals prepared using tofu, mushrooms, and veggies as the core ingredients with plenty of vegan options. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Thai

9 Reviews

First Review by Bob Sultan

Great option, quiet place - Edit

This is a great place to go to if you want a quieter place to eat but don't want to spend too much.

It's a vegetarian food stall but all dishes are clearly labeled and you can ask to make the vegetarian dishes vegan.

The food is okay. It's tasty and super filling! Not a lot of flavors but it'll do.

Price is a bit high, dishes cost an average of 100-150 baht but it's not bad because the place is real nice, quiet, and clean.

Pros: Lots of dishes to choose from, Balanced mix of veggie meat & whole foods, Quiet environment

Cons: Bit pricey, Not all vegan so you need to request, Not the best option when you want lots of flavor

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Nicely located at the basement of Eathai Central Embassy - Edit

It’s nicely located at the basement of Eathai Central Embassy. The food is simple and tasty.
Couldn’t ask for more.
Price is a bit ex though, which is expected based on this location.

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ummm...WOW - Edit

Forget that negative review from 2 years ago because this is a gem. Its 5 star delicious and I'd give it a sixth star for being as good as it is while situated in the bottom floor of a mall. Its probably the most plush setting that I've ever seen for foot court dining. 90-130Baht will get you a dish. I picked up the best fried tofu that I've ever had and a quinoa, bean, and avocado salad. The staff spoke good English and were very friendly. The location is in the very far back of the floor. You pick up a long yellow plastic card on your way in, they input what you ordered at the veggie place and after you eat just bring the card to the cashier.

Pros: lots of options. , super fresh tasting., tons of protein options.

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Not the best - Edit

Personally I didn't really enjoy the dishes, ordered the best selling noodle dish and sprout dumplings. Maybe someone that appreciates authentic thai dishes would have rated it higher, prices were around 110-120 Baht

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nice food and nice flavour - Edit

It was really nice to eat at the food court. it took me a while to find Kun Churn. I went to the food court on the upper floor, but the kun churn is located Lower ground.
the staff was really nice as well. because the food court is located at the luxury shopping mall, the staff's service was also luxurious, calm, and sophisticated.
I had fried vegetable with cashew nuts and brown rice from Kun Churn. I also had a nice Somtum Thai from a shop across from the kun churn. I told the waiter that i am a vegan, so he made sure to make the somtum without fish sauce.
both food were good. I would recommend both of the shop to my friends.
It seems like you have to buy your water as well. so I ordered a imported sparking water which was 80THB which could be 2 servings of pad thai from a food vendor on the street.
it was a bit pricy to me cuz my budget is really tight. if not, i would eat there more often.

Pros: good food, nice atmosphere

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a few great vegan options - Edit

While this little basement food court eatery offers only a tiny fraction of the menu of its progenitor, the Khun Churn mothership at Ekamai, it does at least have a few very good vegan dishes. It also serves egg, though, so beware. We really love the noodle rolls.

Pros: A few very tasty vegan options

Cons: Serves egg

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interesting place - Edit

located in the basement of a very upmarket shopping mall
the food court is well designed and different from the rest
food was good and served quickly

Pros: good location, good flavour

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My Favorite Restaurant in Bangkok - Edit

I love this restaurant! It is in a very upscale mall in Bangkok in the basement. It is not cheap based on Thai standards, but it is reasonable based on western standards.

I ordered a number of dishes, including a delightful pad thai. Presentation is outstanding. A definite must if you are in Bangkok.

Pros: Food, Presentation, Restaurant Ambiance

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Upscale Food Court - Good food - Edit

More gourmet than Terminal 21 but several times the price. Most dishes 125 baht ($4 us). Can get rice, salad, 2 entrees for 150 baht. Ground floor of beautiful, new upscale mall at intersection of Thanon Phloem Chit and Soi Som Khit, between Ploen Chit and Chit Lom BTS stations. Bright, clean, nice place to hang out. Veggie stall is near back.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday December 16, 2014

Pros: good food, clean, bright

Cons: a little expensive for Bangkok veggie

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