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Thai Dishes

We have different levels of classes to accommodate those with some cooking experience and those that are novices. Here are some of the yummy dishes beginners can prepare with Chef Saithong:


Thai Fish Cake
If you like crab cakes, you’ll really love fish cakes! These Thai Fish Cakes can be made with many types of fish. This mixture of Red Curry and Fish Paste makes for a great appetizer.
Miang Come
Miang-Come is roasted coconut wrapped in a leaf and is a traditional snack popular in the Northern part of Thailand. It involves lots of chewing, good for the gums and jaw, which is known to help prevent wrinkles.

Thai Favorites

Pad Thai
The most famous of all Thai dishes, Pad Thai, comes from the central region of Thailand. Although it is considered fast food in Thailand, like an American sandwich, it has become a popular entree in the west. The authentic version is much less greasy than the one found in restaurants.
Chicken Satay
Satay Gai or Chicken Satay, is a common snack eaten on the streets in Thailand. In the Thai version of satay, the chicken is marinated in a special Thai sauce then grilled on the BBQ. It is eaten with a special dipping sauce that is made from peanuts and tamarind.
Crab Fried Rice
Khao Pad Poo , or Crab Fried Rice, is a traditional southern Thai dish. It is made from yellow curry powder, oyster sauce and soy sauce. This dish is healthier than the usual fried foods because of its special cooking technique.

Thai Soups

Tom Kha Gai
Tom Kha Gai is a mildly spicy hot sweet soup known for the unique flavor of galangal (similar to ginger) which makes for a heavenly taste. This soup is made from chicken, lime leaves, lemongrass and coconut milk.
Tom Yum Goong
Tom Yum Goong is best known for its hot and sour flavors and fragrant herbs. This soup delivers an intricate weave of spicy, invigorating flavor with its blend of ingredients including shrimp, galangal, lemongrass, kiffer lime leaves, lime juice and cilantro.
Gang Jeud Woon Sen
Gang Jeud is a clear broth soup with assorted vegetables. This non spicy soup is used to balance out other spicy dishes. It is also great for those who cannot tolerate spicy food.

Thai Salads

Papaya Salad
Also known as Green Papaya Salad, this is a favorite Thai dish that can be purchased on any street corner in Thailand. This dish is made by pounding papaya using a mortar and pestle. This very healthy salad is also high in fiber.
Yum Woon Sen
Yum Woon Sen is a clear noodle salad that combines sour, sweet and salty flavors that are typical in Thai cuisine. This healthy and tasty dish is easy to make at home.
Larb Gai
Larb Gai is also known as spicy Thai chicken salad. This mix of roasted rice, lime juice and fresh herbs will amaze your taste buds and leave you craving for more!

Curry Dishes

Gang Kiaw Won
Green Curry (Gang Kiaw Wan) is a spicy yet smooth textured curry dish. Any choice of meat is added to the silky crunchy textured Thai eggplant to make this wonderful dish. The rich flavors come from the special chili paste consisting of lemongrass, galangal, garlic, shallots, coriander root and chilies.
Gang Dang
This savory dish is a smooth red curry with coconut milk, red chili paste, garlic, coriander Kaffir leaves and vegetables. Gang Dang is also considered stronger less refined then its green cousin.
Panang Curry
Another delicious curry dish with coconut milk and basil. This is a dry curry unlike its red or green cousins. Tastes great over Jasmine rice.

Noodles & Rice

Pad Ke Mao
Locals call this “Drunken Noodles” because it tastes so good after a few beers! Spicy wide rice noodles & julienne chicken stir-fried with basil, garlic, & Thai chili.
Pad See Ew
This is another Thai favorite dish consisting of wide rice noodles stir-fried with egg, pork and Chinese broccoli in Thai black bean sauce. It has a surprising hint of sweetness that will delight you.
Kao Pad Sapparot
Kao Pad Sapparot is delicious fried rice with pineapple and Chinese sausage. This is a very tasty and hearty dish.


Yum Makuer Yao
Grilled eggplant salad topped with garlic lime coconut dressing. Very fulfilling and satisfying. Other versions include minced chicken and prawns.
Yum Head
Mixture of various mushrooms drizzled with a spicy lime dressing. Great for mushroom lovers and has a nice kick!
Tao Hu Tod
Deep fried tofu, breaded with mushroom and cilantro. Serve this tasty delight as an appetizer or side dish to any main course!


Neua Phad Prig Khing
Popularly known as “Drunken Beef”, this tasty dish is made of sizzling stir-fry skirt steak with green beans, bamboo shoots, lemongrass, chili and basil.
Pad Kra Pao
Chicken Thai basil is one of the more classic Thai dishes and surprisingly easy to make. See why this dish is classic in Thai cuisine.
Pad Preaw Wan
This is a sweet and sour medley of stir-fried vegetables including tomato, pineapple, onion, green onion, cilantro and cucumber.


Pla Chu Chee
Chu Chee is a traditional curry sauce that is great with any seafood. You will learn how to make this dish with fried fish in curry paste.
Pla Nung Khing
Steamed sea bass with ginger and mushrooms. Very tasty, light and healthy.
Pla Saam Rot
Deep fried crispy fish fillet topped with sweet & sour tamarind sauce.


Mango with Sticky Rice
Sweet mango on sticky rice is a traditional summer dessert in Thailand because mangos are in season during the summer months. Brings back memories of a carefree childhood!
Kluai Buat Chi
This dessert of banana in coconut milk is great for those with a sweet tooth, The interplay of flavors and aromas from the mixture of banana and coconut makes this dish really delicious.