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In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Dereham below.
|Pad Thai||Still one of the most popular Thai dishes, a multitude of well decorated street carts along the Thames River are serving this traditional Thai dish of noodles, dried shrimp, chicken, red chillies, tamarind and thai basil. However some are now introducing a ‘chilli beef’ pad Thai which gives a whole different texture and flavour to the dish. Restaurants are still tending to serve the traditional version in large steaming bowls.||Thai|
|Thai Spring Rolls||Not unlike the Chinese version, these are served in every restaurant you come across, and again on the popular street carts along the South Bank of the River Thames. Deep fried in pancake rolls, some are vegetarian and others include chicken, duck or prawns with herbs and spices, or even a combination of all three! Usually served with a sweet chilli dip or a soy, garlic and spring onion dip, they are delicious as you crunch into the pastry wrapper and reveal the delicious contents!||Thai|
|Spicy Papaya Salad||Known as ‘Som Tam’ this dish originates in the North East of Thailand but its popularity has spread all over the world. Served in both restaurants and from street carts in the UK, it is a sweet, sour and spicy with firm green papaya shredded and combined with chicken and sticky rice. The heat can vary in this dish, so do ask the level of spicing.||Thai, Asian|
|Fried Rice||‘Kao Pad’ is the name of this dish which has a basis of seasoned fried rice, but is a box of delights when you start to eat into it and find its hidden secrets. Beautiful fresh herbs such as Thai basil and coriander are combined with shrimp, chicken, garlic, tomatoes and egg. Usually served with chilli sauce. Some restaurants serve the dish on banana leaves.||Thai, Takeaway Food|
|Beer||Singha and Kloster are the most consumed Thai beers in the UK. Singha was originally brewed over 80 years ago in Thailand by members of the Thai nobility and is now very popular in the UK. Fairly strong and ‘hoppy’ tasting, it is made from barley and has 6% alcohol content. Kloster is a much smoother beer and a little more expensive, but popular with most Europeans.||Thai|
|Whisky||Some restaurants in the UK serve a selection of Thai whiskies and sometimes offer them as a ‘free shot’ on the house. The whisky is made from rice and is sharp and sweet, but very high in alcohol content at 35%. Mekong and Kwangthong are popular brands. It is not a cheap drink to buy, even though its cheaper in Thailand than beer!||Thai|
|Thai Papaya Smash||A wonderful cocktail mainly served in the medium to larger restaurants. Made with fresh papaya, orange and a shot of tequila and dash of freshly squeezed lime it has both a bitter and sweet taste. The addition of agave nectar brings more sweetness, but sometimes you have to ask for it.||Thai, Asian|
|Lemongrass Soda||Very refreshing drink made with lemon grass syrup and mixed with soda or sparkling water, garnished with lemon slices and served over ice. It is a speciality of Thai restaurants in most major cities in the UK. Sometimes garnished with Thai basil to give a more herby taste.||Thai, Asian|
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