Welcome To Thai Charm
Thai meals typically consist of a single dish if eating alone, or rice with many complementary dishes served concurrently and shared by all. It is customary to serve more dishes than there are guests at a table. Ideally, eating Thai food is a communal affair involving two or more people, principally because the greater the number of diners the greater the number of dishes ordered. Generally speaking, two diners order three dishes in addition to their own individual plates of rice. A Thai family meal will normally consist of rice with several dishes which form a harmonious contrast of ingredients and preparation methods. Thai food is known for its enthusiastic use of fresh herbs and spices. Common herbs include cilantro, lemongrass, basils and mint. Some other common flavours in Thai food come from ginger, galangal, tamarind, turmeric, garlic, soy beans, shallots, white and black peppercorn, kaffir lime and, of course, chilies. This would be followed by sweet desserts. The fork, held in the left hand, is used to push food into the spoon. The spoon is then brought to the mouth.
The most important thing to remember when eating Thai foods is to enjoy yourself and don't be afraid to try new and different dishes. To ensure that our food tastes just right, those items on the menu marked may be prepared with varying degrees of chilli (). Since everyone has different limits, we offer you the following guide.
(Extra spicy available upon request)
We wish to be the best restaurant in your personal list. So, if you have enjoyed our place, we would really appreciate it if you recommend your friends to us or better yet, bring them in. As we hope to fulfill everyone, we are opened to any suggestions, please don't hesitate to voice them out.
We wish you an enjoyable meal and hope to see you soon!