Gai Pad Med Mamuang (Chicken with Cashew Nuts)
Stir fried battered chicken with roasted cashew nuts, onions, peppers, mushroom, spring onion, dried chilli and Thai chilli oil.
Stir-Fried Broccoli with King Prawn
Thai version of the Chinese classic. Healthy, flavoursome and fragrant.
Pad Kra Pao (Stir fried meat with basil leaves)
A contender for one of the most popular of all Thai street foods, this dish is most commonly made with minced Pork, but Chicken also works well.
Vegetable Stir Fry
Healthy, yet appetising and slightly spicy – this dish brings together a wide range of ingredients that result in a delicious side plate or small main course.
Gai Pad Khing (Stir fried chicken with ginger)
Ever popular dish which brings together chicken, mushrooms, plenty of ginger and a unique sauce.
Pad Priew Waan (Thai Sweet & Sour Stir Fry with Pineapple)
Delicious, vibrant flavours combine to produce a dish which can be served with chicken, prawn, beef or pork.
Khao Pad Sapparot (Thai Pineapple Fried Rice)
A Thai fried rice dish which is cooked with shrimp and served in a pineapple. The sweetness of the pineapple complements the flavours of this dish perfectly.
Gaeng Keow Wan Gai (Green Chicken Curry)
Medium spiced green curry with chicken in coconut milk, assorted vegetables, Thai herbs and fresh chilies.
Mild and slightly sweet beef curry with peanuts and potatoes & flavoured with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, cumin and onion, sprinkled with crispy shallots.
Warm, rich red curry with flavour notes from Malaysia, Burma & India.
Gaeng Ped (Red Coconut Curry)
A firmly established favourite – the Thai red curry, or Gaeng Ped as it’s known in Thailand. It’s spicy, creamy, not too sweet and contains holy basil, which lends the dish a unique aromatic fragrance.
Egg Fried Rice
The most famous Thai dish of all! Typically made with rice noodles, shrimp, chicken or tofu, peanuts, a scrambled egg and bean sprouts.
Thai style fried noodles
A flavoursome stir fry dish which can be tailored for both vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
Pad Ki Mao
Known colloquially as “drunken noodles” this very popular dish is made with broad rice noodles, soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, garlic, meat, seafood, chilli, fresh black pepper pods and holy basil and carries a distinctively spicy flavour.
Egg noodles stir fried
A Chinese-Thai dish. Simple yet delicious, the combination of mushroom and garlic is irresistible.
Translating as “fried with soy sauce” this is a popular dish with strong Chinese influences.
Pad Woon Sen (Stir Fried Glass Noodles)
Often eaten at home in the family context, this is a healthy yet tasty option.