Friday, January 11, 2013

Tasty Thai Fusion

January 11, 2013

Thai Spring Roll (Phow Pla Tod): Vegetarian spring roll stuffed with cabbage, carrots, bean sprouts & glass noodle served in plum sauce - 3

Ba Mee Nah Gai: Stir fried egg noodles with Thai curry, cabbage, mushrooms, bean sprouts - 3

Tom Yum soup: Chicken mushroom and exotic spices blended in hot sour soup - 2+

Stuffed chicken wings: Deep fried chicken wings with Thai sauce - 2+

J's comment > good, but I think I like just the wing in general, no extra stuff needed

Thai Roasted Chicken: Boneless chicken, stuffed with shrimps, mushrooms, onions and minced pork, roast to golden crisp brown - 2+

J's comment > nice crisp skin; again I think I prefer the chicken on its own; extra stuffing not required

Pad Thai: Stir fried rice noodles with shrimps, egg, bean sprout, ground peanuts and Thai chili paste - 2

Green Curry Pork: Green curry paste with coconut milk and Thai eggplant, green & red bell pepper, basil leaf - 2

Yellow Curry Beef: Yellow curry paste with coconut milk, potatoes, white onion topped with dry shallot - 2

Kaow Pad Neuar: Fried rice with chili pepper, onions, green peas and beef - 2

Koung Pad Nam Prig Phao: Tiger prawns sauteed with bell peppers, onions and Thai curry paste - 2

Pad Prig King: Beef sauteed with chili paste with eggplant, bell peppers and green peas - 2

Pad Phed Pla Muk: Sliced squid sauteed with lime leaves, onions, bell peppers and chili paste - 2

J's comment > squid not fishy, but too chewy

Pork satay in a mixture of Thai spices served with Thai peanut sauce - 1

J's comment > the meat was too salty

Deep fried pineapple with mango ice cream and chocolate drizzle - 2+

J's comment > I prefer deep fried banana

Black Rice Pudding: Warm sweet black rice pudding with mango and young coconut slices drizzled with coconut milk - 2

Peach green tea - 3

Original hot milk tea - 2+

J's comment > good, but a tad too sweet

Matcha milk tea - 1

J's comment > tastes weird...

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