Mont Nom Sod @ MBK

Name: Mont Nom Sod
Cuisine: Snack
Address: 2/F MBK
Open: Daily
Payment: Cash only
Remarks: -
Originally posted: March'2010
Last updated: -

Last Monday evening we were at MBK for our routine facial at MD Clinic. It was already past 7pm when our "ionto" & whatnot were finally over. Needless to say, both of us were famished by then, although we haven't decided upon where to get ourselves fed.

I recalled a reader of this blog mentioned a Mont Nom Sod in MBK which we would love to try prior to a more sumptuous meal later. Honestly, the Thai bf and I hadn't a clue where they are located despite our frequent visit to MBK. The bf then consulted the clinic staffs for direction. We were duly informed that Mont is directly above MD Clinic which is at the ground floor.

We were at the doorstep of Mont within minutes. The pale and minimalist eating place is compact. It has barely more than 10 tables and almost every seat was taken that evening.

The bf ordered 2 toasts - 1 with sungkhaya/สังขยา (original flavor) spread, the other with condensed milk. Craving for more, I ordered a serving of steamed breads with pandanus sungkhaya. The original flavor is orange in color which is made from chicken eggs, coconut milk and sugar. The pastel green sungkhaya has pandan leaves added to the original version. The long plant gives the jam a nice fragrance and its inviting color. I've to add that this info was provided by the counter crew while I was placing our 2nd order.

Table for 2: Less than THB200 for 2 drinks, 2 toasts and a serving of steamed bread with sungkhaya.

My verdict: Despite of its small footprint, the crews are efficient. Counter staffs are helpful, although English is still pretty much non-existence.

There is also a writeup on Mont Nom Sod @ Dinsor Road.
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Our order ...
The bf decides the order today! toasts with original sungkhaya (foreground) and condensed milk. Close up! My favorite steamed breads with pandan sungkhaya (THB55) It tastes as good as it looks.

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