Thai food is known to be hot and spicy but well prepared traditional Thai dishes should not be predominantly so. There must always be harmony in a dish with the sharpness of the chillies and spices in a curry being toned down by the sweetness of the coconut cream. This also enhances the flavours and tastes of the fish sauce and other delicate ingredients.
Dinner, which is the main meal of the day, consists usually of at least three dishes
with rice. Dishes are not considered courses and are served at the same time.
It is customary to take portions from each dish and this can be in any
order one prefers.
In the olden days, Thai meals were traditionally eaten with fingers, But that
practice has long since ceased in the modern society, and nowadays
Thai food is enjoyed with spoon and fork. We hope you do enjoy our food
in the same way.
If you would like help or advice in selecting your dishes, please do not
hesitate to ask us. It is our pleasure to assist you, including vegetarian dishes.