Pad See Ew
Pad See Ew, which means “stir fried soy sauce noodles", is an extremely popular Thai street food meal and probably the most popular noodle dish at Thai restaurants in Western countries because it's just so delicious! The classic Thai dish is salty and balanced with a touch of sour and a wonderful flavor that'll have you coming back for seconds!
Mango Sticky Rice
A very popular street sweet treat in Thailand, you don't have to travel across the world to enjoy this fruity dessert. Sticky Rice, also referred to as glutinous rice or Thai sweet rice, makes the perfect grand finale for any meal. Guaranteed to fill you up on sweetness without the guilt!
** Cooked sticky rice doesn’t keep well, so for the best flavor and texture, enjoy as soon as possible!
Thai Thom Yum Soup
Also known as Thai Hot and Sour Soup, Thom Yum Soup is one of the easiest and quickest soups to make. The full flavored broth is infused with lemongrass, ginger and Thai chiles. Fresh shrimp, earthy mushrooms and fresh lemongrass complete this delicious and warming soup.
North East Thai Chicken Lahb
Unlike other varieties of traditional Lahb, Northern Thai Lahb is not as sour, as neither lime juice nor any other souring agent is used. Instead, the Northern Thai version uses an elaborate mix of seasonings, putting its own delicious spin on the traditional recipe.
* Duck, pork or turkey may be substituted for chicken
South East Thai Chicken Lahb
* Personal Preference: Ground duck, pork or turkey may be substituted in place of chicken.