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With the launch of their new late night snack menu, you can now get your late night food cravings satisfied at this popular Thai restaurant.

If you’re not familiar with Nana (@stnNANA), it’s the sister restaurant of Khao San Road (@khaosanroadTO). Nana offers a different experience and I refer to it as the ‘fun’ sister to Khao San Road. Located on Queen West, a couple blocks west of Bathurst, the restaurant has a very casual street-food feel. With metal tables and plastic stools, the space aims to convey the feeling of eating on the streets of Thailand.

I had a great dinner at Nana a couple months back. This time around, we were here to check out their new late night snack menu. Featuring small sharing plates, the menu is offered on Fridays and Saturdays starting from 10pm until late.

The menu is pretty extensive with dishes ranging from $3 to $11. Here’s a look at what they have to offer:

Pad Gra Prao Spring Rolls ($5)

Pad Gra Prao Spring Rolls

Southern Fried Chicken Laab ($12)

Southern Fried Chicken Laab

Chiang Mai Sausage Plate ($10)

Chiang Mai Sausage Plate

Moo Ping Pork Skewers ($10)

Moo Ping Pork Skewers

Chicken Satay ($11)

Chicken Satay

Sour Pork Ribs ($6)

Sour Pork Ribs

Vietnamese Pork & Crab Spring Rolls ($6)

Vietnamese Pork & Crab Spring Rolls

Spicy Pig Ear Salad ($6)

Spicy Pig Ear Salad

Shrimp Chips & Tamarind Dip ($6)

Shrimp Chips & Tamarind Dip

Fish Cakes ($6)

Fish Cakes

Heavenly Beef ($8)

Heavenly Beef

Roti ($8)


Patongo – aka Thai donuts ($5)


It was quite the late night feast! We had such a great time at Nana – the food was excellent and we loved the hip hop music that was pumping from the speakers. My personal highlights included the Southern Fried Chicken Laab, Moo Ping Pork Skewers, Vietnamese Pork & Crab Spring Rolls and Spicy Pig Ear Salad.

The fried chicken laab, which is also available on their regular dinner menu, definitely isn’t your average fried chicken. Each bite-sized morsel was fried to a beautiful golden brown and was an explosion of flavours with a mixture of shallots, mint, spice and toasted rice which topped the chicken. Pork skewers aren’t something I typically order since it can be hit or miss (i.e. super dry) but these were a big hit – so tender and tasty! The spicy pig ear salad was another favourite. It’s denoted on the menu with a very high spice level. They weren’t lying. Your mouth will be on fire but boy is it ever addictive!

Offered Fridays and Saturdays starting from 10pm, these delicious sharing plates will definitely satisfy your late night food cravings and are the perfect accompaniment for a night of drinking!

*This was a complimentary meal. The opinions in the post, as always, are my own.*

Nana Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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