Bangkok Spoon Dish

Reviews

Loving the spoon! The spoon was locked clean. Beautiful Thai food on a beautiful space. We had the gluten free pad Thai, fried rice, chicken Satay. The chicken was very moist. A bit more money but totally worth the trip to Dundas!

Michelle Tyler
Local Guide

Loving the spoon! The spoon was locked clean. Beautiful Thai food on a beautiful space. We had the gluten free pad Thai, fried rice, chicken Satay. The chicken was very moist. A bit more money but totally worth the trip to Dundas!

Michelle Tyler
Local Guide

The Spec

Tantalizing Thai is easy on the wallet

The stunning wood facade of Bangkok Spoon Deluxe suggests a rich experience. Inside, it is delivered. The restaurant promises pure Thai cuisine and scored well on most counts.

- The Hamilton Spectator

Dundas Star

Restaurant delightful addition to Dundas

I have become something of a regular at a new restaurant in Dundas. It is the Bangkok Spoon,which also honours the old landmark Deluxe Restaurant.

- HELEN BESWICK, Dundas Star News

Delectable dishes to impress the eyes and palette. Delicious and beautiful from start to finish. I'll be back very soon.

Dan Abramsky
Local Guide

Delicious food! Always reliable in quality. Service is friendly. Always have generous portions. They have a nice patio out back to enjoy your meal in the good weather.

Andrea Boyko
Local Guide

Dundas Star

Development changes top stories in 2009

Deluxe Rises Again The downtown Dundas landmark that had been closed for three decades was leased to a Toronto Thai restaurant operator. The contents were auctioned to the highest bidders and the historic diner was renovated. By December, the Bangkok Spoon Deluxe was serving meals.

- Dundas Star News

The Spec

 

DeLuxe looks to the future The long-closed diner, a Dundas landmark with Hollywood appeal, reopens as a Thai eatery this fall

- The Hamilton Spectator

View Magazine

Bangkok Spoon DeLuxe

The Bangkok Spoon Deluxe opened about a month ago, and has generated a lot of buzz in Dundas. That s partially because of the sheer amount of work the owner, Neil (Teeradech) Pramauntanyatath, has done.

- View Magazine

Dundas Star

Guests celebrate re-opening of the Deluxe

When John Paul Yuen first met Teeradech Pramauntanyatath and his wife, the owner of the Deluxe Restaurant building in downtown Dundas was reminded of his grandparents Sue and Du Wong original proprietors of the historic diner.

- Dundas Star News