New bespoke Thai food outlets open at Bangkok Survarnabhumi
Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) has two new bespoke Thai food outlets, courtesy of global F&B provider, the SSP Group.
According to SSP, the openings will allow travellers to enjoy authentic Thai culinary experiences as they embark on their journeys through this international hub.
Koh Hop Bar, which has proven exceedingly popular with customers, serves a selection of beers and bar food classics ‘with a twist’, including a signature Thai-flavoured ‘Koh Hop Bar burger’.
Another Koh Hop Bar is scheduled to open this month, and there are plans to open an additional unit at Phuket Airport next year.
Imm Rice & Noodle brings local Thai cuisine to both international and local travellers at Suvarnabhumi.
Among its wide selection of traditional dishes are plant-based options for vegans and vegetarians including vegetarian pad Thai and stir-fried spicy tofu and mushroom with basil. Imm is scheduled to expand to Don Mueang International Airport.
Jonathan Robinson, CEO of SSP Asia Pacific said: “The team at SSP Thailand has done an outstanding job utilising their knowledge of both local culture and international travellers to develop these excellent new concepts.
“Koh Hop Bar and Imm Rice & Noodle are appealing to the new generation of younger travellers. Both brands have been carefully curated based on our long experience in the region and our detailed understanding of the Thai travelling consumer.”
The airport’s executive vice president and deputy general manager, Asdang Khumkomgool, said: “The Koh Hop Bar and Imm Rice & Noodle bring a wonderful blend of Western and Asian style cuisine to the airport F&B offering at Suvarnabhumi, reflecting the diverse demands of both local and international visitors.
“Customer satisfaction is our top priority and success indicator at AOT and Koh Hop Bar and Imm restaurant are already proving themselves to enhance customer satisfaction and the image of Suverarnabhumi airport with their colourful unit designs and locally-inspired menus.”