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Deep fried net rolls filled with crab & prawn meat served with a plum sauce.
Crunchy fried cake exterior and the tender cake on the inside makes Thai Fried Chive Cakes a hit
Grilled Succulent chicken as bites or on skewers served with a Peanut (Satay) sauce
Vegetarian Spring Rolls, Curry Puffs, Fish Cakes, Chicken Skewers. You get 2 pieces each to share
Phat phrik khing is drier than other Thai curries. I have specially made the paste in a very traditional home style way to bring out some incredible favours. Confusingly enough, the Thai name indicates that ginger (khing) is used in this dish, which in fact is not the case but has lemongrass, garlic and lime leaves.
Wagyu Steak with a Pea Wasabi Puree
This beautifully creamy cauliflower and coconut puree brings great Asian flavours to the grilled Barramundi fillet - again one of my special creations. You can opt to have a simple lemon & herb sauce. Served with salad.
This is one of my favorite creations - Lamb Shanks cooked i a Massaman sauce that I have modified ever so slightly to bring out some Indian flavours, becomes meltingly tender and the spices blend so harmoniously with the lamb - it truly is a perfect match. Put this together with sweet potato chunks makes it just absolutely a truly luxurious dish...
Laksa is a spicy noodle soup, a favorite in Malaysia, Singapore and Southern Thailand. Thai Laksa uses rice noodles, garlic, lemongrass, ginger, red curry paste, soy sauce, sugar, coconut milk, lime juice, coriander. I serve the Laksa with a decadent mix of Prawns, Scallops, Calamari & Mussels....
Battered, deep fried soft shell crab, served in a yellow curry sauce. While you will find different variations across Thailand, yellow curry has a rich taste with a sweet, milder flavors than the red and green curry.
Forget all you have ever heard about scallops having a fragile taste or being easily spoilt by strong and hot seasoning. This is just the opposite - it bursts with the flavours of the creamy choo chee that is the traditional Thai flavour base for seafood.
Pad Thai is considered a global ambassador for the glories of Thai food; these simple stir-fried rice noodles are almost certainly one of the best-known examples of Thai cuisine worldwide. Dropped in a searing hot wok, chicken or pork & wide noodles alongside beansprouts coated in a distinctive sweet and tangy sauce and peanuts.
Yum Woon Sen’ which translates as ‘Glass Noodle Salad’ is made with mung bean glass noodles - a popular dish in both inside and outside Thailand. The combination of ingredients and seasonings full of fresh herbs, spring onion, tomato and crushed peanuts. It is a fresh lime based spicy/sweet dressing.
The story goes that this dish was put together by a drunk chef with leftovers - my husband & daughters say I am that chef after a few wines !!! Broad rice noodles, soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, garlic, chili, fresh black pepper pods, basil gives rise to its distinctive spiciness. The prawns and scallops brings my favorite seafood textures to the dish...
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