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Thai Food and Culture Festival
Exciting News! We're thrilled to invite you to the upcoming Thai Food and Culture Festival 2023!
Join us for a mouthwatering journey through the flavours of Thailand and experience the magic of Thai culture.
Indulge in delicious Thai cuisine and learn new tricks from our live food demonstrations. Open up to rich cultural experiences like a live Thai boxing demonstration and traditional Thai dance performances .
Entry to the festival FREE OF CHARGE!
NOK NOK restaurant brings the genuine flavours of the Kingdom of Thailand right to the Old Town of Tallinn. Head chef Khampan Pukdangpan is responsible for the authenticity of NOK NOK’s flavours. In our restaurant, with its combination of Eastern and Nordic interior design, the most authentic Thai dishes are prepared under his professional guidance in a manner and style that is traditional for the people of Thailand.
The restaurant has six different halls. The restaurant’s main area, which can accommodate 42 guests, is located in the depths of the building. The restaurant also has three smaller dining areas, a seminar room with a projector and other equipment, and also a well-appointed kitchen for cooking classes, where up to 20 people can test their skills. NOK NOK has a total area of 600 square metres.
Restaurant NOK NOK belongs to the prestigious White Guide list of the best Nordic restaurants
Executive Chef – Khampan Pukdangpan
NOK NOK, our Thai restaurant in Tallinn, has a new Executive Chef – Khampan Pukdangpan.
Pukdangpan started his path to becoming a top chef in Thailand. Chef Pukdangpan has worked for a number of world-class luxury hotel restaurants in Thailand, as well as Fiji, Maldives, Seychelles, Morocco and UAE.
He has previously worked in Estonia and for the pleasure of Thai cuisine fans, he does it again and this time in restaurant NOK NOK.
What is NOK NOK?
Perhaps you paused to wonder what NOK NOK means? In choosing the name, we were inspired by the restaurant’s archway facade, where on either side of the main entranceway you can see figures of birds on the columns. In Thai, nok means bird. These sculptures originate from the pre-WWII period, as does the whole building, which was one of the few in this area to survive the bombing. Why the owners of that time positioned birds to guard either side of the entranceway, remains a mystery.
NOK NOK Gift Card
Give your loved one’s tasty experiences!
Gift cards available at the restaurant.
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