Supha’s serves up some fresh new offerings for 2017!
After a first year that has ‘knocked us off our feet’ and seen their Asian street food eatery become a permanent fixture in the top 10 on the Tripadvisor review website, Dan Thompson and Supha Kaden could be forgiven for thinking: ‘How do we follow that?’
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The Plymouth Magazine March 2017
But Dan and Supha, who opened Supha’s Street Food Emporium on Sutton Harbour on February 10 last year, already have a plan for 2017. It involves more of the same but with some brand new dishes, a diary of special events and virtual and real cookery lessons thrown into the mix. The aim from the start was to bring the authentic taste of South East Asia street food to Plymouth in an informal dining setting. All of the sauces and pastes are made fresh in the kitchen – sometimes 20 kilos are made in a week – creating the flavours of Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Malaysia. “We want to stimulate the senses,” said Dan. “You come in and you immediately get those lovely smells; you can hear the food being prepared in the kitchen; and you take in the bright colours. The response and the love we’ve received has knocked us off our feet and we’re chuffed with the reviews we’ve had on Tripadvisor and Facebook. “People have embraced the sharing culture we have here so they’ll order dishes they can dip into together. Customers enjoy the openness of the setting, where they can see the dishes being prepared in the kitchen. And they love the fish counter, where they can choose their own seafood.” And Supha added: “It’s very rewarding because in order to come to this side of Sutton Harbour, people need to intend to come here, as opposed to just stumbling upon us.” Thailand-born Supha, whose own recipes have been handed down by two generations in her family, has recently started to work front of house as well as in the kitchen and she’s been amazed at the response from customers: “You really get to feel the love when you are out front. It’s such a nice feeling.”
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