THAI STARTERS

You can't have a lovely Thai meal without that starter, here are some of Chef Thanya's favourites.

TOM YUM GOONG (Hot and spicy soup)

Traditional spicy hot and sour soup with prawn and mushrooms. Spicy

TOM KHA GAI (Chicken in coconut milk soup)

This soup is one of the most well known soups in Thailand . It has a creamy consistency and has a lovely lemony flavour to it. It is not as spicy as the Hot and Sour prawn soup (Tom Yum Goong) but you can add extra chillies if you want.

THAI FISH CAKES

Thai Fish cake served with sweet chilli sauce.

POH PIA SOD (Thai Fresh Spring Roll)

Thai Fresh Spring Rolls - Healthy fresh vegetables with cooked minced pork & prawn wrapped in rice paper

Deeep fried spring rolls (Po Pia Tod)

A well-known appetizer that is well liked by all ages, including a vegetarian version

KEAW TOD (Deep fried wontons)

Deep fried wontons with minced pork and Thai herbs, served with sweet chilli sauce.

CHICKEN SATAY with peanut sauce and cucumber salad

Strips of chicken mariated in a special Thai Marinate, then skewered and grilled . It is then served with homemade peanut sauce and cucumber for the ultimate taste sensation.

THAI SALADS

In summer or winter these Thai Salads are great for any weather

LARB GAI (Spicy Chicken Salad)

This is one of our all-time favourite Thai dishes, and it is a very common dish served throughout Thailand as well as Laos. It's quick to make and often extremely spicy, but the lime juice and mint leaves make for an exotic and splendid combination.

THAI BEEF SALAD (Yam Neua)

This popular Thai beef salad is not just an appetizer but also a delicious dish as part of any meal. Using fairly common ingredients, this Thai recipe is quick and easy. Spicy

Carrot & Green apple Salad (Sum Tom)

This is one salad guaranteed to make your taste buds zing! Made from Papaya in Thailand, Chef Thanya has changed to carrot as Papaya is hard to find in NZ, This is hot and Yummy

Yum Wun Sen (Mung Bean noodle salad)

Hot and spicy food is normally on the table of every meal in Thai house, particularly at dinner, the biggest meal of day. And Thai Vermicelli Salad or Yum Wun Sen is all day dining. It’s healthy and low fat. You can make it less spicy or more spicy as you wish.

THAI CURRIES

Your 5 main Curry Dishes

KANG KEAW WAN (Thai Green Curry)

Nothing can beat a homemade green curry. You can make the sauce as thick and creamy as you like. (Choose from Chicken, Beef or Pork) spicy

KANG DANG (Red curry)

Famous red curry paste cooked with meat and vegetables in coconut milk. (Choose from Chicken, Beef or Pork) spicy-Medium

PANANG (Panang curry)

Panang curry is slightly different from the other coconut milk curries in that it has a thicker sauce and has a medium spice to it (Choose from Chicken, Prawn, Beef or Pork)

GANG LUANG(Yellow Curry)

A rich yellow curry made with potatoes, Cherry Tomato, and onions in coconut milk ,with a cucumber dipping sauce, great with Chicken. (Mild)

MASAMAN CURRY

Ancient Royal Thai curry with palm sugar, roast peanut, potatoes, and onion cooked in coconut milk.(Choose from Chicken or Beef ) Medium-Mild

THAI STIR-FRIES

Quick easy and full of flavour Thai stir-fries

PAD THAI

(Fried noodle)Pad Thai is an increasingly popular dish that foreigners love to eat when they come to Thailand.

PAD NUA NUM MUN HOI (Stir-fried beef)

Stir-fried beef with vegetables with oyster sauce.

GAI PAD KHING (Stir-fried chicken with ginger)

Stir-fried chicken with fresh ginger, black fungus mushrooms

GAIPAD MED MAMUANG(Stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts)

Stir-fried chicken with cashew nuts and vegetable This is our most popular dish we get asked for.

PAD KEE MAO (Drunken Noodles)

Attention all spice lovers Pad Kee Mao is beautiful Thai flavours mixed with Chilli. This dish should of been called 'Drunkards Noodles' for more accurate Translation, Long, wide rice noodles, stir-fried with meat and some vegetables, holy basil and chilli's. There is no Alcohol in ingredients.

PAD KRA PAO (Stir-fry Basil and mince)

I would have to say, I’m a sucker for Pad Kra-Pao, if we can’t decide on what to eat, the first thing I always mention is Pad Kra-Pao, it really is one of those meals which is quick n’ easy to cook, and really cheap, isn’t that everyone’s goal for cooking, quick, easy & cheap? Oh and did I mention it tastes amazing! Spice lovers dream

Crispy fried Mussel pancake (Hoy Tod)

Hoy tod is crispy, greasy, briny, and is packed full with plump, juicy Mussels and fresh bean sprouts in a blanket of savory egg batter.

PAD SEE EW

Pad See Ew is a delicious Thai noodle dish made with flat, wide rice noodles fried in soy sauce with meat, egg, and vegetables.

THAI RICE MEALS

Rice is served with every meal in Thailand and these dishes add that little bit extra

KAO MUM GAI

Literally "chicken with rice." This is an entire meal in itself. It all begins with the chicken, which is simmered whole. The chicken is removed, the resulting broth not only accompanies the chicken with a salty and spicy sauce, but is used as a cooking liquid for the rice. This is the definition of Thai comfort food.

Thai Fried Rice

Fried rice can be made with ether Shrimp, chicken, cashews or just plain.

THAI DESSERTS

After that great Thai meal you must finish with a lovely Thai dessert.

Water Chestnut with coconut pudding

This is one of the more unusual Thai deserts. The crunchy water chestnuts make it a really refreshing desert when combined with the sweet sugar syrup plus coconut and ice.

Thai Mung Bean Pudding (Tau Suan)

This Thai dessert is a sweet, thick soup-like pudding that consists of mung beans served in a thick sugary syrup, topped with thick coconut cream

Black Sticky Rice Pudding

Many people think that colour is added to the rice but in fact it is naturally black. This pudding will be appreciated by anybody who likes rice puddings

TAPIOCA COCONUT PUDDING

This Asian-style tapioca pudding recipe is SO delicious and very easy to make . In Thailand as well as throughout South East Asia, tapioca is a common dessert, but it is much different than our Western-style tapioca and SO much more yummier!

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