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From the same mini stable as Sukho Thai, this youthful eatery is still something of a ‘hidden gem’, according to one fan. Inside, Thai artefacts, bare tables & carved deities provide the
trappings in a tidy, if unexceptional space, but it’s the ‘masterful cooking’ that really warrants attention here. Regional dishes such as mieng bhed (roasted duck fillet wrapped in rice paper with
herbs) & pla yang (sea bass in red chilli paste served in a banana leaf) overshadow the predictable pad thais & spring rolls, while fans of green & red curries will find their
favourites pimped up beyond the usual standard; classic tom yum soups also get a jazzy makeover. Be prepared for a wait at peak times, when service can become ‘overwhelmed & slow’.
If you haven't heard of Park Walk before then you need to take note, and write it down. A lovely little street in Chelsea just off the King's Road which is set to house the site in which Gordon Ramsay will be opening his new restaurant sometime later in the year (hopefully). I think it's fantastic news because there are some great restaurants on this street, and Suksan is one of those. It's just there isn't quite that 'destination' restaurant here yet. Suksan on the other hand is a hidden little gem that almost everyone i know, has never heard of it.Suksan is not a chain, but does have two sister restaurants, one called Sukho in Fulham, and another named Suk Saran in Wimbledon - whether they have any resemblance in similar cooking, i have no clue. But the menus definitely don't suggest so. We arrived a little dishevelled from another of my extremely long walks around south-west London debating on where to eat - i really do get carried away and can walk for miles to find the right place. From the moment we walked through the doors of this charming little restaurant the staff were incredibly friendly, and once we sat down, knew we were in very capable hands...
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