Highly Recommended Dishes
A full composition of a typical Thai meal would be rice, curry soup, fried dish, salad, dipping sauce with fresh vegetables, steamed or grilled dish, solid dessert liquid dessert, and mixed fruits These delicious Thai dishes would be enough to serve at least five people. As an example of a set menu of popular Thai foods, the above recommended dishes would definitely serve three persons. In the case of only two persons dining, a dessert or mixed fruits as well as one other dish could be reduced.
Succulent River Prawn with Red Curry, Goong Naang Paad Naam Prik Pao goes well with steamed rice. The curry is not too hot but mild, all Thais and foreign visitors love the flavor. Chicken, pork, fish, and beef can be substituted -- whatever is your preference. The basic cooked curry paste requires a combination of shallots, garlic cloves, shrimp paste, red chili, palm sugar, fish sauce, and tamarind juice.
Fresh and crispy is the character of the next popular dish, stir fried chicken with the variety of fresh vegetables -- cucumber, tomatoes, pineapple, spring onions, green pepper, and mushrooms. Shown in the photo is sweet and sour chicken -- Paad Priew Waan Gai .
Also, on the menu is a popular salad, Yaam Makhua Yao Pao -- Grilled Long Eggplant Salad. The long eggplant can be grilled, broiled, or roasted until charred and tender. Various ingredients are hard boiled eggs, pork, red shallots, fish sauce, lime juice, palm sugar, coriander leaves, and dried shrimp. This is very good for entertaining your friends along with a cold beer in the winter season.
A bowl of mild sour fish soup with ginger -- Tohm Sohm Pla Nua-On will help you to clear the palate. Pickled plums, celery, mushrooms, red chilli, soy sauce, and shredded ginger are selected ingredients for this soup.
A sweet ending for this meal is dessert noodles in coconut milk -- Lord Chong Naam Gathi.