Sukho Thai

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At a busy little junction facing Mauerpark, Sukho is a no-nonsense lunch spot that puts freshness, value and taste at the forefront. The €6.50 lunch menu features a soup starter and meat-based or veggie main. All of these come with a generous rice serving, while the full menu offers a selection of exotic starters followed by rice and noodle dishes. If you’re a lover of coconut, you’ll feel at home here: many dishes rely on this sticky-sweet, velvety base. Peanut is another popular flavour. From the tofu satay starter to creamy peanut-sauce smothered mains, Sukho knows how to make a dish feel indulgent – while their cooking style and fresh produce leave their meals both relatively low-fat and packed with vitamins. With prominent flavours including lemongrass, mushroom, ginger, garlic and star anise, the menu is a hotpot of zingy hits and warming sauces. Each dish is made fresh to order. However, most lunchtimes the restaurant remains fairly quiet, so you’ll likely be enjoying your food in a few minutes. #Asian #Meat #Lunch #Foodie #Berlin #Berlinstagram #HiddenBerlin #BRLN #Mauerpark #Vegetarian #HiddenBerlinFood #VisitBerlin #Curry #Fresh #Fried #PrenzlauerBerg #Healthy #Vegetables #BerlinFood

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Text: At a busy little junction facing Mauerpark, Sukho is a no-nonsense lunch spot that puts freshness, value and taste at the forefront. The €6.50 lunch menu features a soup starter and meat-based or veggie main. All of these come with a generous rice serving, while the full menu offers a selection of exotic starters followed by rice and noodle dishes. If you’re a lover of coconut, you’ll feel at home here: many dishes rely on this sticky-sweet, velvety base. Peanut is another popular flavour. From the tofu satay starter to creamy peanut-sauce smothered mains, Sukho knows how to make a dish feel indulgent – while their cooking style and fresh produce leave their meals both relatively low-fat and packed with vitamins. With prominent flavours including lemongrass, mushroom, ginger, garlic and star anise, the menu is a hotpot of zingy hits and warming sauces. Each dish is made fresh to order. However, most lunchtimes the restaurant remains fairly quiet, so you’ll likely be enjoying your food in a few minutes.

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