Immigrants from Southern China introduced to several dishes to Thailand, including the following three dishes, which have become standards throughout the whole of South East Asia. These dishes generally use no chilli and few herbs, making a good contrast to the distinctive flavour and heat of traditional Thai dishes, such as Pad Krapao and Larb Muu.
15. Neua Pad Naman Hoi (Beef in Oyster Sauce)
Beef in Oyster Sauce has remained true to the original Chinese recipe, combining tender beef with the famous Oyster-flavour sauce (that actually has no oysters or anything from the sea in) and the bite of fresh spring onions, and not a single chilli in sight….
16. Gai Pad Met Mamuang (Cashew Nuts)
Thai-style Chicken with Cashew nuts – is served in a sauce that is sweeter than most Chinese versions of the dish
17. Pad Briaow Wan (Sweet & Sour)
Sweet & Sour Sauce is used throughout South East Asia with some variations of recipe. The Thai version uses fresh tomatoes, pineapple and sweet peppers.
18. Pad Krapaow (Holy Basil)
One of the most popular dishes of the house and throughout Thailand, Pad Krapaow literally means “stir-fried with Thai Holy Basil”. The other main ingredients are Garlic & Chilli, and it is commonly served with crunchy green beans (medium to spicy)
19. Pad Prik Pao
Prik Pao is a paste made with dried chilles that goes as well seafood as it does with beef. Despite its name this dish is more sweet than spicy. It can be spiced up, so please let us know how much heat you prefer. It is generally served with sweet peppers.
- Chicken or Pork – £5.95 / Beef – £6.75 / Prawns or Squid – £7.75
20. Pad Khing (Ginger)
Another dish of Chinese origin, it combines stir-fried meat/seafood of your choice with ginger and mixed vegetables (served without chilles unless requested)
21. Tod Kratiem (Fried Garlic)
Stir-fried meat/seafood of your choice served with crispy-fried garlic and vegetables (and no chilles)
22. Larb Muu
This dish from the North East of Thailand is prepared with Mint, Coriander, Lime, extra hot Chillies and other spices. Aside from being very spicy and sour, it has a pungent aroma, making this a “love-it-or-hate it” dish.
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Food Allergies and Intolerances
Our food is suitable for a lactose-free diet, but we use many products that you may be allergic to, including soya and other bean products (lupins), nuts and seeds (including peanuts, cashews, sesame seeds, mustard seeds and sunflower seeds), as well as celery, eggs, fish, crustaceans and molluscs.
The rice we use is Thai Jasmine, a non-glutinous variety, but many of the starters, noodles and other dishes contain wheat.
If you have any food allergies, please speak to a member of staff before ordering your meal.