An Open Secret of Beyoglu, Istanbul:
Thai Cuisine that You may not have ever experienced before...
The name Çok Çok* precisely captures the wide variety of flavours found in each dish of this much talk-about restaurant. Established since 2006, it has fast gained followers both local and foreign.
The fresh spices and herbs used in the cooking, purely Thai and South East Asian, relate back to the Silk Route that once connected with Istanbul where the restaurant is now located.
çokçok the successful purveyor of Thai cuisine in Istanbul continues to attract gastronomes in search of adventure and novelty to the eclectic Pera district in Beyoğlu.
In Pera district çokçok delights the eye as well as the palate with interior space that reflects Thai customs in a style of casual chic. And Its flawless courteous service within tradition of Far Eastern hospitality.
Each individual plate at Çok Çok is prepared and cooked upon receiving the order to ensure the freshness of the dish.
Traditional Thai cuisine such as Guay Tiew Neua (Beef Soup),
Kaeng Chu Chee Pla Salmon (Salmon with Chu Chee Curry),
Kaeng Phed Ped Yang (Roasted Duck in Red Curry Sauce), Kung Yang Ka-Tee Phrik Thai Dom (Grilled Tiger Prawns with Garlic or Penang Sauce) and Phan Thai Kung Sod (Fried Noodles with Prawns) are daily served here like its Original Taste but with a touch of Modern European Style.
Miss Nuch, our Chef designed the menu and select from the locally available ingredients to enhance the spices and herbs that are flown in from South East Asia. This adds to the freshness of each dish, and also provides a unique twist to some of the traditional Thai dishes.