Thai cuisine is undoubtedly one of the most popular cuisines worldwide. It is generally considered as spicy food and hot chillies appear in almost all dishes.
Generally, Thai meals comprises of salads, dips, soups, curries and desserts.
Ok, so now you must be thinking why am I talking so much about Thai food? Well, I recently attended a Thai Food Fest at Feast – Sheraton Grand and boy it was just fabulous!!
Now enough of me talking. I can go on and on and on about it but the fest is on only till 29 April 2017. Now without any further delay let’s jump to what I had :
1. Tom Kha Hed Ruam – Made in coconut milk with mushrooms, lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves and galangal was flavorful!
1. Yum Woon Sen – Now the name itself has “Yum” in it. Yes!! It was simply delish. Though I don’t believe in eating salads but i loved this one. Spicy vegetables, shallots, spring onions and glass noodles and garnished with ground peanuts.
2. Pah Hoy Shell – Spicy scallop marinated in lemon grass with shallots and mint. You can give it a try.
1. Karee Puff Kai – This one is simply love. To make it easy for you to visualize it is more like a bread pakoda stuffed with exotic Thai minced vegetables, stuffed in chef’s special dough and deep fried.
4. Main Course
1. Geang Phed Ped Yang – Roasted duck in Red Curry with pineapple, grapes, red chilli and basil leaves goes well with rice. The curry has amazing texture and taste.
2. Phad Kraprow Gae – Wok fried lamb cooked to perfection in spicy hot basil sauce.
3. Phad Preaw Waan Tao Hoo – Sweet and sour tofu with pineapple and shiitake mushroom sauce somehow I don’t like my tofu to be sweet.
4. Khao Souy – Steamed aromatic jasmine rice goes well with any curry.
1. Tub Tim Krob – Water chestnut dumplings in coconut milk, ahh what do i say?? Well, if you are fond of water chestnuts then go ahead and give it a try.
2. Guay Buad Chee – My favorite. The star of the evening. Bananas cooked in coconut milk syrup served in shot glasses.
A huge thank you to Team Feast- Sheraton Grand for hosting us.