Awet Thai makes some of the best Tako from the Land of Smiles that is sweet and creamy. Do not forget to order some as dessert after you main dishes to make a most satisfying and complete meal.
In the old times it was served only among members of the royal family. These days you can easily find Miang Kam from street vendors.
It involves wrapping little tidbits of several items in a leaf, along with a sweet-and-salty sauce. Chewing all the myriad ingredients together gives taste receptacles on the tongue and mouth a thrilling experience that only authentic Thai food can provide! Savour the rich, roasted flavors of coconut and peanut, the tanginess of lime with zest and the pungent bursts of diced ginger and chillies.
Try Meang Kum at Awet Thai today and experience what millions of Thais have been enjoying.
Thais are famous for their mouth watering desserts. The Thai Style Pumpkin with Steamed Egg is another one of these.
Thai Style Pumpkin with Steamed Egg or Sankaya (Thai pumpkin custard) is a Thai-style inside out pumpkin pie in which a lightly sweetened coconut milk and egg custard is steamed inside of a hollowed out pumpkin.
A perfect balance of textures, the steamed egg custard inside shows the influence of the Portuguese on Thai cuisine, who introduced the idea of adding eggs to desserts in the 1600s.
In Thailand, Sankaya is a popular street vendor dessert.
Don’t leave the table without ordering some!