]The original branch was in Isan at the Supanniga Home in Khon Kaen (p. ###) but this family-run business has created a mini empire in Bangkok. Hungry foreigners and discerning locals wax poetically about the salty-sour fish cakes, cabbage in fish sauce, and the fermented sausages. The rest of the menu brings together the owner’s grandmother’s southern-style recipes from Trat, and family favorite dishes from Isan. The décor of the Thonglor branch echoes that of the other locations: a casual space that feels like dining in the home of a friend. In addition to a branch at 28 Sathorn Soi 10, there;s a location at the Riva Arun Hotel (392/25-26 Maharaj Road) that is perfectly for lunch the day you’re out touring the Grand Palace.