Welcome To

SAAP VER!

An abundance of Thai restaurants name themselves as 'Thai Something' or 'Something Siam', or make claim to being 'tasty'. Saap Ver trumps the latter battle with its component words 'Saap' meaning delicious, and 'Ver' meaning 'over the top'. Saap Ver thus translates to the playful modern Thai slang term for 'Damn Good!'. Sit back and enjoy the show.

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ABOUT OUR RESTAURANT

Under the direction of Chef Kobe (Nutnawat Aukcarrapasutanun), Saap Ver is an ingredient-focused restaurant introducing lesser-known regional Thai dishes. Chef Nutnawat Aukcarapasutanun (‘Kobe’), seeks to expand San Franciscans’ knowledge of country-style Thai street food. Attention to sourcing and in-house technique means quality ingredients without flavor-reducing short-cuts. The vibrant ambience and interior design take its inspiration from the riotous color and excitement of Thai countryside street markets and 1970’s era outdoor film showings. Core dishes include: variations of som tum (papaya salad), num tok (beef larb), grilled cat fish, and nam kao tod (Thai sausage/crispy rice salad). A beverage program includes a curated wine and beer program and a full bar.

 

SAAP VER! - DAMN GOOD!