"GUB - GLAM"

BY THE FAT NOMADS

THAI & SOUTHEAST ASIAN INSPIRED

BRUNCH & LUNCHEON, CANTON BALTIMORE

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GHOSTING @ SURA  2016 P ST NW DC 

DECEMBER 2022 - JANUARY 2023

AVAILABLE FOR CARRYOUT & DELIVERY VIA TOCK 

POP-UP@ SURA 
DUPONT CIRCLE, DC

SURA DC RESTAURANT runs by a lovely family which related by blood to our chef Satang Ruangsangwatana. With over three generations of traditional Thai & Cantonese cooking, recipes passed along family lines, SURA pride themselves in their highly praised dishes to unique environment and culture.

Come hang with us, and we'll make sure you are taken care of as you are a part of our family. 

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this is our signature GG soft cooked omelette rice

with extra shrimp tomalley sauce 

POOR MAN'S SERIES 

POOR MAN'S NOODLES was the most popular and best seller of the FAT NOMADS

food truck. This pop-up series feature variety of Asian inspired street style noodles. From Bangkok Chinatown famous Poor Man's  noodles to Malaysian hawker fish balls noodle soup. Check out our menu by clicking the photo below. 

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this is our famous poor man's noodles, inspired by 

Bangkok Chinatown street style noodles

"FAT BRUNCH CLUB"
SUNDAYS @ 11-5

HOMEMADE DUMPLINGS

gyoza, wontons. rolls, etc

POORMAN NOODLE SERIES

the most effective way to cure hangover

BREAKFAST TOASTS   

 yaowarat inspired KAYA toasts and more

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this is our homemade gyoza with ginger balsamic soy

photo courtesy of our chef Zatang Ruangsangwatana

"GUB-GLAM"

GUB-GLAM is a Thai term for food eaten as an accompaniment to alcohol beverage  beer, or cocktails, very similar to Japanese Izakaya or Spanish Tapas. GUB-GLAM consists of a variety of foods, including both main dishes and side dishes. In THAILAND, when alcohol is consumed, it is customary that the drinks are always accompanied with some sort of foodstuff, which usually quite salty, citrus, & spicy and served in relatively small portions.

Stay Tune for Our S.E.A. Weekend Brunch

this is our version of indochina breakfast egg, very common in

Vietnam, Laos, & Northeastern Thailand

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