Khao Op Sapparot (Pineapple Fried Rice)

Bangkok Travel Guides / August 17, 2016
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There is nothing to not like about khao op sapparot, or pineapple fried rice. You get fried, aromatic rice in the most cheerful color, tender pieces of chicken, crunchy cashew nuts, a sprinkling of fresh, crisp greens, and juicy chunks of pineapple, of course. If you’re lucky, it gets served to you in a quirky pineapple bowl.

Khao op sapparot is already a meal of its own, but since you’re in Bangkok, it would be impossible not to want to pair it with other delicious Thai dishes such as spring rolls and hoy tod.

Here are the best places to have khao op sapparot in Bangkok:

  • KINNAREE  GOURMET THAI RESTAURANT & BAR | Sukhumvit
    For modern Thai cuisine in a romantic setting
    What to order: Khao op sapparot, Duck in tamarind sauce, Sea bass steamed in lime sauce
    Price range: 100 to 300 baht ($2.89 to $8.66)
    When: 11:30 – 00:00 (Daily)
    Where: 43 Sukhumvit Soi 8, Bangkok
  • TEALICIOUS BANGKOK | Bangrak
    For Thai cuisine approved by both locals and foreigners
    What to order: Khao op sapparot, Tom kha talay, Thai green prawn curry
    Price range: 100 to 300 baht ($2.89 to $8.66)
    When: 12:00 – 23:00 (Daily)
    Where: 492 Trok To, Soi Charoen Krung 49, Bangrak, Bangkok
  • CHILLI CULTURE THAI KITCHEN | Sukhumvit
    For an extensive menu of regional Thai recipes
    What to order: Khao op sapparot, Tom yum goong, Crispy spring rolls
    Price range: 150 to 300 baht ($4.33 to $8.66)
    When: 11:00 – 00:00 (Daily)
    Where: Soi 11, Sukhumvit, Bangkok
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