Thai Cuisine Archive

Seven Bizarre Foods from the Streets of Thailand

This blogpost is not for the faint-hearted. While wandering through the streets of Thailand during our recent trip, we came across some foods that might look ugly and unacceptable to one, but might be a delicacy for another! It is just that we are not used to eating these, but does that ...Read More

Restaurant Review: O:h Cha – Kitchen & Bar, Mumbai

  This newly opened Thai restaurant has already become the talk of the town. A chic restaurant offering country-style Thai food right here in Mumbai, is all set to make you drool and scream, “o:h cha!” Nestled in Mathuradas Mills Compound in Lower Parel, o:h cha is often visited by dignitaries, corporates ...Read More

Thai Pork Salad

I am sorry to keep you waiting for a long time for this post. We had been travelling for the past few days and I was totally into holiday mood. We just came back from Phuket in Thailand. Now I know why it is rated as one of the best tourist destinations ...Read More

Thai Green Curry with Roasted Duck

[This article was originally published in Zomppa, an International food magazine.] Thai cuisine uses a variety of curry pastes, such as the red, yellow and the green ones. Every paste tastes unique. I love Thai Green curry a lot and it is among the best non-Indian curries I have ever tasted. In ...Read More

Thai Lemongrass Tea

Thai lemongrass tea: calming and having numerous health benefits What’s so special about Thai lemongrass? The aroma of freshly crushed lemongrass and its lemony taste, minus the sourness of a lemon, drive even a non-Thai like me crazy over this wonderful ingredient! Everything is so appetising about lemongrass! Lemongrass calms the mind ...Read More

Welcome Fall with Roselle Tea!

Not only roselle tea (or sorrel tea) is popular in Thailand, but also across Africa, Italy and Egypt. In Latin America and the US, it is popularly known as Agua de Flor de Jamaica. It is believed that the pharaohs of the Egypt were served this tea. In Australia and some other ...Read More

Thai-Inspired Pork Mince with French Beans

[Please vote for me in the Food Frenzy Recipe Challenge under my name’s entry (purabi): “Fresh mango-berry-yogurt popsicles“. Thanks for the support!] Ever since I came to Hong Kong (in November 2010), I am exposed to cuisines across the world at their best! Be it the Hong Kong cuisine itself or the ...Read More

Tom Yum Goong (Thai Hot and Sour Prawn Soup)

In Thailand, soup is an indispensible accompaniment to the meal. Interestingly, it is served as a part of the meal and not as a first course! If you are a fan of Thai Cuisine, then I’m sure Tom Yum Goong is among the top three in your list. This healthy and nourishing ...Read More