An easy, authentic recipe for Pad See Ew, one of the most popular stir fried Thai noodles with chicken. Tastes just like what you get at Thai restaurants!
#ThaiBasilChicken This Thai Basil Chicken only takes 15 minutes and the taste is truly just like what you get at Thai restaurants, something you’ll get from the streets of Thailand with the fried egg of course.
Khaosan, LA - Think street food. Smaller portions. Affordable prices - Thai street food heads indoors at this restaurant serving everything from the familiar (and beloved) khao soi and a number of curries to some more adventurous (and often hard to find outside of Thailand) dishes like kaiy louk cuuy, hard-boiled and then fried eggs served with tamarind sauce, crispy shallots and cilantro. Unsure what to order? Just ask the staff.
Awesome food to try on your Thai holiday: Pad Thai This is the true national dish of Thailand, and you can get it any nearly any restaurant on your holiday. Street vendors also serve up the delectable combination of spices, sauces, rice noodles, meat or tofu, vegetables and egg. The fresh ingredients are stir fried together in a large wok and are often made to order. http://overacuppa.co.uk/10-must-try-foods-in-thailand/