With its contemporary design and soft lights, Moom Mam invites you to enjoy the richness of the Thai gastronomy in a warm and cozy setting.
Set at the corner of rue Mogador and rue Joubert, in the department store area including the Galeries Lafayette Hausmann, the Moom Mam revisits the greatest Thai cuisine classics. The restaurant is often crowded at lunch, with business patrons from the many offices in the area, but at night, the place is more laid-back and romantic.
In the dining room, the staff is 100% Thai and greets you well to make you have a fantastic time. Running the staff, chef Aoy Suksutthi. For the chef, everything started in Thailand, her country of origin, with her grandmother from whom she kept the secrets to her traditional cuisine. Aoy was trained in Michelin-starred restaurants in Thailand before becoming the chef at MOOM MAM.
She serves a whole range of spicy, sweet and hot flavors through dishes thoroughly selected to match the Parisian and international clientele.
As a starter, do not hesitate to try the BO LAN, an assortment of Thai starters beautifully plated.
On the menu, a crazy Pad Thai, the Goong Ob Maprao with shrimp and green curry served in a coconut, green papaya salad with crunchy tartlets stuffed with shrimp, chicken or vegetables, or the Pla Goong, a local version of the traditional ceviche.
The other asset of the Moom Ma is cocktails. Perfectly mixed behind the ultra-design bar displaying bottles of Asian whisky, sake, and champagne, cocktails are all homemade and inspired by the greatest classics of mixology.
Mao Thai, another version of the famous Mai Tai, Mekhong Sour with whisky Mekhong, coconut and honey or the Siam Paradise, the are all likely to make you fall in love with them. And for those who are more into beer, do not leave without having the Singha, one of the oldest Thai beers.
As for dessert, unlike the Chinese restaurants where there is not a lot of choice, Thai cuisine provides a large range of sweet treats for a great final. Fall for the Thai flan and coconut ice cream, or mango with coconut milk sticky rice.
For lunch, on the Moom Mam menu, discover the chef’s cuisine with the starter/main or main/dessert menu for €19 (Starter/Main/Dessert menu for €24).
At night and weekends, the 6-course Tam Jai menu is served and provides a genuine Thai bistronomic experience.
Dates and Opening Time
From 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2022
13 Rue de Mogador
75009 Paris 9