Breakfast dishes as known by Westerners in Thailand are limited. Very often, a Thai breakfast consists of the same dishes with rice that are also eaten for lunch or dinner.
The following items are viewed as being specific breakfast dishes but can also be found at any other time of the day:
- “Joke”: Rice porridge, similar to the congee.
- “Khao Tom”: Thai style rice soup, usually with pork, chicken, fish or prawns.
- “Pa Thong Goo”: Thai version of the Chinese deep-fried bread.
- “Naam Tao Hoo”: Soy milk.
Foods that you might consider appetizers are viewed more as snacks in Thai culture. This would be something that we eat during break times, when we’re in a rush or on the weekend while hanging out with friends at the waterfall or in the park. We call this type of food “Khong Gin Len”, which literally means food to eat for fun.
The following is a list of foods that can be considered Thai Appetizers (you might get to try some depending on the day): click on the link to see the list.
Thai food is the most well known food worldwide, but you have probably only tasted the one served in Thai restaurants before. This tour focuses on the dishes that are not easy to find in these restaurants. You will get the authentic local Thai food that Thai people eat every day.
The following is a list of foods or dishes that we might find in the market (each person can pick up to three dishes): click on the link to see the list.
Thailand has many varieties of fruit. Some you might have tried before, but even then the taste of them is very different here. Fresher, sweeter, better. In Thailand we grow many different types of fruit that are not imported.
The following is a list of Thai Fruits that you will see in the market (you will get to try some depending on the season):- click on the link to see the list.
Thailand has many refreshing drinks, such as Thai tea, Thai iced coffee or herbal drinks. We will take you to the traditional market’s drink vendors to try some and order the one you like the most.
The following is a list of Thai local drinks (each person can pick one drink): click on the link to see the list.
When you eat out in a local Thai restaurant, you’re likely to get a strange look if you ask to see a dessert menu after you’ve finished your meal. That’s because authentic Thai restaurants don’t serve what Westerners consider dessert — that sort of food is reserved for sweet shops and certain street vendors, and it isn’t often eaten after a meal. However, we should note that touristy restaurants serve dessert. We call this “Khong Waan” (which literally means “sweet thing”), and it’s mostly reserved for leisure time.
The following is a list of Thai desserts or Thai sweets (you will get to try some of these depending on what is available in the day of the tour): click on the link to see the list.
While visiting this section, we will learn about the most important ingredients when creating a dish. We will witness first-hand the wide variety of taste, color, size, texture of Thai vegetables and get to know them better by touching, feeling and smelling them. You might have eaten some of them, but, have you ever seen them raw? click on the link to see the list.
when you are in Thailand, Had you ever try to count and see, how many pieces of meats in your order? If you’re lucky, you’ll find 4-5 pieces of meats in your chicken Fried Rice. It’s not cheating or ripped off. It’s just the way it is, Actually it better for your body, according to Food diet, if you eat too much Protein that build muscles, (“That another way describe why we have small body type) The