Food Items You should Try when You are in Si Racha – A Feast for Your Palate!

Si Racha is one of the many places in Thailand, where you can taste some of the best Thai delicacies and here are a few food items you should try during your stay.

 

Tom Yum Goong

Probably one of the best known Thai dishes, Tom Yum Goong is a fragrant hot and sour soup that can be found in just around popular places such as Service Apartments in Chonburi. The base of the soup is made from a host of spices and fresh herbs including lemongrass, kaffir leaves, and galangal that are cooked for hours to build flavour. With the addition of juicy prawns to the soup, it’s not hard to see how it continues to lure hungry foodies from all over the world.

 

Massaman Curry

A popular dish from southern Thailand; the original recipe is said to have come from a Persian trader during the 15th century. Massaman curry is typically made with beef, although you can find alternatives, infused with spices, coconut milk and par-boiled potatoes that soak up all the excess spice. Finished with chopped nuts, it’s typically served with steamed rice and a simple fresh salad.

 

Pad Thai

This is a dish that needs no introduction; Pad Thai has known the world over. In Thailand, there are several variations of the famous dish, but at its core, it remains a dish of stir-fried noodles, egg, chilli, and tofu, tossed together with many other ingredients, and meat or seafood. It’s extremely popular fare at street food stalls near accommodation options the likes of Citadines Grand Central Sri Racha.

 

Oh Eaw

During the hot summer months in Thailand, street vendors selling mountains of shaved ice can be found on every corner. Oh Eaw is a refreshingly cold concoction of shaved ice topped with a combination of sweet syrup, banana jelly and bean paste, perfect to beat the hot weather.

 

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Best Dishes to Try in Thailand – A Mouth-Watering Guide

Thailand is most famous for its delectable cuisines that are packed with exotic flavours and spices and leave you begging for more. Here are the best dishes to try while in the country.

 

 Pad Thai

Served in many restaurants in Chaweng Beach and across the country, Pad Thai is a crowd favourite. Pad Thai comprises of stir fried noodles served with egg, shrimp and tofu and spiced with chilli, sugar, fish sauce and vinegar amongst others.

Tom Yam

Another favourite amongst locals and tourists alike, Tom Yam is a spicy broth soup made with prawns which can be found at local street vendors or restaurants at Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort.

 

Green Curry

Thai Green Curry is a thick coconut milk curry infused with herbs and meat. The dish is seved on a bed of jasmine rice.

 

Phat kaphrao

A popular street food in Thailand which includes the perfect mix of basil, garlic, chilli and fried meat served on a plate of rice and topped with a fried egg.

 

Khao Neo Muang

This dessert is basically Thai sweet sticky rice with mango. The rice is cooked in coconut milk and sugar and served with chunks of delicious mango!

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Mouthwatering Thai Cuisine – The Only Reason you Need to Visit Thailand

Wok & Grill is among best Khon Kaen Restaurants

WOK & GRILL, Image Credit: AVANI Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Center

 

Thailand, the Southeast Asian nation known for its vibrant and exotic culture, is also home to one of the world’s most exciting cuisines. Incorporating mouth-watering flavors of the Orient, fresh farm ingredients, and a range of rich spices and herbs, Thai Cuisine is known for its delicious combination of flavors, and also for paying strict scrutiny to elements such as presentation, aroma, and complementarily with other dishes.

 

A dish which is popular in most Southeast Asian nations is Tom Yam. Literally translating to ‘boiling hot and sour soup’, Tom Yam is a thick and delicious broth like soup which is packed with an assortment of rich and wholesome flavors. Known for its signature aroma, Tom Yam is so popular in Thailand that it is served both at fancy restaurants and at street-food joints. The soup is made of a thick stock which is accompanied by lemongrass, lime juice, fish sauce, kaffir lime leaves, and shallots to give it a sensational aroma and taste. If you’re wondering where to savour this super soup, head out to the Khon Kaen restaurants such as the WOK & GRILL by AVANI Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Center that presents a range of authentic Thai food.

 

The distinctive Thai fried rice is a typical dish that can be enjoyed in innumerable Thai restaurants around the world. The central ingredient in this popular dish is the distinctive jasmine rice which is combined with ingredients like meat – popular choices include shrimp, chicken, and crab – as well as onion, egg, tomatoes, and garlic. These ingredients are expertly stir-fried with a number of special seasonings to create this remarkable preparation. Thai fried rice is served with garnishes such as slices of tomato, cucumber, and lime as well as sprigs of coriander and green onion. When prepared by a skilled chef this fried rice is a splendid dish.

 

Last but not least is Pad Thai, one of Thailand’s most beloved street food dishes. These stir fried noodles contain so much flavour from an infusion of ingredients such as crunchy bean sprouts, chopped firm tofu, tamarind pulp, fish sauce, dried shrimp, garlic or shallots, red chilli pepper, palm sugar and many other spices and herbs. Pad Thai is usually served with lime wedges or chopped roast peanuts.

 

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