One of our favorite things about Thai food is how each dish can blend seamlessly into the next one. What we mean by that is if you come in and order a Moo Yang (which consists of grilled pork that’s been marinated in sweet soy, then sliced thinly) and your partner orders the Gang Dang (our red curry consisting of red thai chiles, garlic, black pepper, and galangai, along with chicken, peas, bell peppers, zucchini, basil, and bamboo shoots), you can share with each other and enjoy the beautiful combination of flavors without one overwhelming the other.
But does the perfect combination exist in Thai cuisine? The answer, of course, is that it’s subjective to everyone. Science shows us that certain foods combine more readily with one another and that’s easy to see, because peanut butter goes with jelly much better than it goes with lamb. Luckily for you though, the team at Thai Siam has come up with a few combinations that we think are absolutely out of this world. When you’re looking for depth of flavor and Thai food combos that truly complement one another, Thai Siam has what you’re looking for.
Our Thai Food Combination Suggestions
No matter what type of flavor profile you prefer, we have a few suggestions for you. Keep reading to see which of the foods on the Thai Siam menu we think work best together.
Tempura Veggies are the perfect place to start. It’s an incredible combination of flavors that are served with our delicious Thai mayo. Add shrimp for an extra bit of something special! From there, move to our Honey Ginger Duck which is topped with our incredible honey ginger sauce and served with crispy sweet potatoes. Trust us when we say you’ve never had anything like this! Cap things off with fried bananas and coconut pineapple ice cream.
Grilled Thai Salad is the perfect place to start and of course you get your choice of chicken or pork served with spring mix, julienned veggies, wonton strips, and a mouthwatering lime vinaigrette. Next, try our Kao Pad (Jasmine Fried Rice) that’s folded with baby corn, cilantro, scallions, and egg. Finish things off with a lemon or raspberry cheesecake bite for a perfectly balanced dinner!
Kick things off with the Tom Yum Spicy and Sour Soup with Shrimp for a fresh and exciting flavor, then try the Kao Pad Sub Pa Rod (Pineapple Fried Rice) that’s finished with cashews and raisins. It’s unique, but full of the flavor you’re craving. If interesting is what you’re going for, the perfect way to finish things off is with a Strawberry Chocolate Wonton that’s dusted with vanilla sugar and stuffed with cream cheese.
Come Grab Some Thai Food Today!
Of course these suggestions only scratch the surface. Come on in and visit us today and ask your server which foods he or she prefers to pair with one another or choose a combination of your own. We look forward to seeing you!