| Pad See-Ew
Chinese-influenced stir fried soy sauce noodle dish. One of the most popular street food in Thailand.
| Khao Pad
Fried Rice with Shrimp, Chicken or Beef fried rice typical of central Thai Cuisine. Jasmine rice, egg, onion, garlic,soy sauce, sugar, salt,chili, fish sauce.
| Pad Thai Shrimp or Chicken
Stir-fried rice noodle. Egg, tofu, tamarind pulp, fush sauce, dried shrimp, garlic or shallots, red chili pepper, palm sugar, served with lime wedges and roast peanuts.
| Tom Yum Kung
Tom yum or tom yam is a Lao and Thai clear spicy and sour soup. Tom yum is widely served in neighboring countries such as Cambodia, Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore, and has been popularized around the world.
| Khao Soi Gai
Creamy, tangy curry from northern Thailand. Coconut milk and juicy chicken thighs topped with pickled shallots and crispy noodles.
| Kaeng Kiew Wan Gai
Thai green curry with chicken was a classic take-me-to-the temple curry. Patron would bring green curry with chicken (chicken with bones, chicken blood and gizzard. The curry paste is made with fresh green Thai chili peppers
| Pad Priew Wan
This sweet and sour chicken is a mouth-watering stir fry dish using fresh pineapple, cucumber onion and tomato. The key to this dish is to balance flavors of the sauce consisted of fish sauce or soy sauce (for-vegans), sugar, ketchup, oyster sauce, and fresh pineapple juice.
| Pad Kra Prao
Spicy fried chicken – beef or Shrimp with basil leaves also spelled pad krapow, kraprao is one of the most popular Thai a la carte dishes, The terms ‘stir fried’ and ‘Thai holy basil’ in Thai language are called phat and ka prao respectively.
| Pad Pak Ruam
This recipe will change the way to think about “mixed veg”. This stir-fry is garlicky, crunchy, full of flavor with a little kick from Thai chillies.
| Neua Pad Nam Mun Hoy
Thai stir fry beef in oyster sauce, known as “neur pad num mun hoy” in Thailand is another one of those stir fry recipes that is actually remarkably easy to throw
| Spring Rolls
Marinated chicken. Rolled up with vermicelli noodles, some vegetables and cilantro in these restaurant-worthy spring rolls deep fried come with sweet chili sauce and plum sauce. Alain’s favored Thai dish.
| Gai Pad King
Stir Fried Chiken with Ginger and Assorted Vegetables. If you love the flavor of ginger, gai pad king will surely be a winner. Boneless chicken, a few assorted vegetables like carrots, onions, snow peas, etc., and a handful grated gineger.
| Tom Kha Kai
Tom kha gai is a coconut based-based soup common in the central part of Thailand. Simply made with coconut milk, herbs, chili and fish sauce.
| Thai Noodles Salad
Thai Noodle Salad Yum Woon Sen – easy recipe of healthy Thai noodle salad with shrimp and chicken in a delicious lime and sweet chili dressing.
| Phanang Kai
Phanang kai is a type of red Thai curry that is thick, salty and sweet, with a nutty peanut flavor. Your choice of Chicken, Beef or Shrimp.
| Chiken Satay
Chicken skewer with peanut – soy sauce. Dish originating from Indonesia.