Thai Cuisine

         Since the explosion in tourism to Thailand in the 1980’s Thai food has established a foothold as one of the world’s leading schools of the culinary arts. It is one of the most popular food types globally.

         A typical Thai meal includes six flavors: salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and umami. Indeed, it includes sensation of spicy (Pungency). The most Thai dishes are not considered satisfying unless they combine all six flavors. While the seasoning can be spicy for a foreign palate, Thai food ensures that a balance of all flavors is present

Hot and Sour Soup with Shrimp (Tom Yum Kung)

It is a type of Tom Yum Thai food that must be eaten in every region of the country. It is a dish that is eaten with rice and is mainly sour and spicy, mixed with salty and slightly sweet.

Spicy Coconut Soup with Chicken (Tom Kha Gai)

Classified as Tom Yum type food Similar to Tom Yum Kung bold taste There is a mixture of herbs, but with coconut milk.

Stir-Fried Noodles with Shrimp (Pad-Thai)

Pad Thai is one of the most popular Thai dishes. It is a stir-fry dish consisting of rice noodles (Sen Jan), firm tofu, bean sprout, shrimp, dried shrimp, and scrambled egg. The flavors are unique with the combination of sweet, sour, salty and the pungency from spicy. It is a well-balanced contrast of flavor dish.

Spicy Lemongrass Salad (Yum Ta-Krai)

Yum Ta-Krai is a traditional Thai dish that features lemongrass as the main ingredient mix with shallot, chili, cilantro and minced chicken. The mainly flavor is sweet, sour, salt and spicy. This dish is similar with Larb Gai but with lemongrass and without rice powder nor chili flake.
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