Chormoung , translated as Thai flower dumpling, is a traditional Thai savory snack. It is regarded as an ancient, royal dish, marked by its carved flower-shaped form and indigo coloring, derived from ‘anchan flower’ (Butterfly Pea). Chormong, steamed dumpling, which contains salty or sweet fillings, is served with lettuce, coriander, and chili.

Here at Baitong, we use chicken instead of pork, and tofu for vegetarian orders. Peanut, sesame seed, rice flour, tapioca flour, and Tacca flour. We use selected food colors that give a variety of flowery allurement instead of anchan flower, which isn’t found in Egypt.


The name Chormoung means ‘violet bouquet.’ It came from the appearance of the number of flowers in a plate arrangement.

Chormoung is difficult to make, and uncommonly served at most restaurants. But our chef learned the art of carving and cooking from her grandmother, who once served a royal family in Thailand.

So, in this season, we aim to entice you and your loved ones, with our very special lip-smacking Chormoung, open to delivery from Monday and Saturday, 11 am to 8 pm.