5 Best Dishes on our Thai Menu

Thailand is home to some of the best tasting food types in the world. Their recipes are sold all over the world, and their spicy delicacies will always leave you wishing you could get some more. So, what are these dishes? Where can you get them? Read this short article to view five of our restaurant’s best Thai dishes, including those infused with the ever great tasting Lemon grass Marietta.

Spicy Shrimp Soup

spicy shrimp soup

The locals call this dish “Tom Yum Goong.” This dish is one of the most coveted Thai classics, with its rich aroma that reminds you of the amazing fragrances that are part of Thailand. Its recipe includes the popular lemon grass fragrant, fish sauce shapes, chili, galangal, succulent fresh prawns and mushrooms. When well prepared by a professional, the succulent taste of the prawns and refreshing lemongrass taste will make you wish you could get to Thailand the same day. It is a versatile and internationally appreciated dish that always suit any occasion.

Thai Style Fried Noodles

Thai Style Fried Noodles

If you love noodles, how about we introduce you to a different tasting meal of steamy fish sauce and chili inspired noodles? Dabbed as the “Pad Thai” dish, this can be taken as a tantalizer or a full meal when you feel a bit full. It is simple to prepare, but I bet no one can do it better than our highly experienced chefs. The dish’s main ingredients include a fistful of wide or thin noodles, an onion, crunchy bean sprouts, an egg and other optional ingredients. At our Thai menu, a truly interactive eating experience with the Thai style fried noodles can never be complete without some chili and fish top saucing.  On the other hand, you can still do Thai style fried noodles with red pork soup. It’s actually a dish on its own in the streets of Bangkok, but it is pretty much prepared the same way as the fish sauce inspired noodles.

Red Curry

Red Curry

Also known as “GaendDaeng” in Thailand, this dish of tender meat and coconut milk is really fragrant and good tasting. You probably have already eaten red curry sometimes in your life, but if you’ve never tried GaendDaeng, then it’s time you came to our restaurant. The preparations and ingredients for the dish area bit different from the western world red curry foods, but you could never understand it better than trying it personally. Some people also take Thai red curry along a full meal Thai fried rice dish.  And if you’ve never tried Thai fried rice, actually you are missing a lot on good tasting foods. It is a popular lunch dish among Thai tourists, and you could try it in our restaurant along the red curry and still feel like you are deep in a Bangkok restaurant.

Fried Basil and Pork

Fried Basil and Pork

If you love Asian food and especially their ever yummy rice meals, you should try this meal. You can have it at lunch or dinner, or prepare it for your guests at any other time and still feel the delicacy in it. It is a very popular dish, both in Thailand and in the western world, but it only tastes good if cooked by a well experienced chef. It is generally a mix holy basil leaves, chili, pork, soy sauce, rice and often topped with an egg or green beans. The fatty tasting pork when well-prepared along the rice and green beans really make a fulfilling dish you and your date can savor. But if you don’t love a lot of spice, make sure you mention it when while ordering the meal, because well, the dish can be quite spicy.

Spicy Beef Salad

Spicy Beef Salad

Besides the beautiful people and striking fragrances of Bangkok, spicy beef dishes are another symbol of pride in the Asian country. Everywhere you walk throughout Bangkok; it is either a lemongrass Marietta restaurant or a spicy beef or rice restaurant.  People who love beef will always enjoy this yummy meal commonly known as “Yam Nua” by the locals. It is a really spicy meal, with a mix of all the popular Asian spices you probably love; like lime, spearmint, coriander, onions, dried chili and other mouthwatering Thai salads. And like with any other Thai meal, there is always an alternate recipe for the same dish. If you hate beef, how about your try spicy chicken salad with some cashew nut toppings. All other ingredients remain constant, except that sometimes we add sweetening honey to make the chicken to taste even more tantalizing.

Conclusion

Like many people who have tried Thai food will tell you, there is always a meal you could love in Bangkok. If the spicy beef salad doesn’t work for you, you can always ask for lemon grass inspired meals. If that fails, you could still try their amazing fried noodles or rice.

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