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Build-your-own Thai bowl


Try and explore Thai Street Eats.

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Build-your-own Thai bowl


Try and explore Thai Street Eats.

 

One of the things that visitors and tourists love about Thailand is the abundance of delicious food everywhere from luxury to basic street food. A common way to dine is going to a Khao Gaeng stall, one of Thai street eats. It’s not only found in Bangkok, but Khao Gaeng is every street side and side street eateries all over the country. It’s a popular choice especially during a rush hour when people don’t have much time to sit and wait for food at a restaurant.

Khao Gaeng means “Cover rice with a topping”. It is what Thai call the dishes that are already prepared and ready to serve. You just walk to the vendor, point to what you want and they’ll serve it on top of rice. You can mix several toppings on one plate. The nice thing about Khao Gaeng is that it’s a good opportunity to try new dishes, mix and match, and explore flavors you have never tried before, making an easy introduction to Thai Cuisine.

Now we serve traditional Thai dishes too. Pad Thai, Pad Kee Mow (Drunken Noodle), Pad See Ew(Brown Noodle) and Thai Fried Rice, the choice is yours!

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Visit us for 13th Annual Downtown Dining Weeks from February 15 - March 1, 2017 and enjoy 4-course dinner for $25. Click to download 4-course menu here.

 
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Herbs & Spices


There are many herbs and spices which form the basis for Thai cooking. The combination of herbs and spices used in Thai cuisine is what gives Thai dish its very distinctive character and achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour–a harmony of tastes.

Herbs & Spices


There are many herbs and spices which form the basis for Thai cooking. The combination of herbs and spices used in Thai cuisine is what gives Thai dish its very distinctive character and achieves that elusive, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour–a harmony of tastes.

Joe Jittaratlert, a native of Thailand, brings the concept of Khoa Gaeng, to Syracuse in friendly format—it breaks down Thai dishes into components. You can choose from pre-selected popular dishes or build-your-own noodle or rice bowls, but the real fun is that you can customize according to your tastes. Start by...

1. Choose a base: jasmine rice, brown rice, rice noodle or zucchini noodle

2. Add a protein: grilled chicken satay, grounded pork(Larb), 5-spice beef or tofu

3. Select your choices of vegetables

4. Choose your favorite sauce, and finish with some toppings

The meal comes together like it would in a Khao Gaeng stall in Thailand.

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