Strings, the multi-speciality restaurant of Taj Banjara, is organising a Thai food fesival from 5th to 21st October. Hrudananda Behera, Executive Chef of Taj Banjara, together with the Thai Chefs Sakada and Saengduan from Holiday Inn, Thailand, will dish out an array of exciting dishes that are bound to tickle your taste buds.
The food available at this festival has been made from authentic ingredients and spices. In the soups, there is Tom Yum Kai, Kaeng Ciierd Phak, Tom Kha Gai and Dtom Kah Talay. The main course consists of Krung Kaeng Pha Gai, Bu Pad Phom Kar, Pha-Naeng Neua, Gkaeng Ped Gkai, Kaeng Phet Gai Sai No Mai and Phrik Khing Mu Tua Fak Yao. The noodles and rice dishes to accompany the main course are Risotto - Thai Style, Khao Phat Gai Phrik Kee Nue, Chicken Pad Thai, Crispy Sweet Rice Noodles, Pad Thai Bangkok Street Food Style and Spicy Thai Rice.
For the desserts, there are Custard Pumpkin (Sangkhaya Fakthong), Fried Bananas (Gluay KhaegTod), Apple Banana with Coconut Milk (Klusay Maprao), Taro Balls in Coconut Cream (Bua Loi Phuak) and Coconut Pancakes (Kanom Krok).
Thai cuisine is flexible, and making the food is as enjoyable as eating it. Thai food combines the best of several Eastern cuisines - the Oriental bite of Szechuan Chinese, the tropical flavor of Malaysia, the creamy coconut sauces of southern India, and the aromatic spices of Arabian food.
Because Thai food is delicious, nutritional and easy to cook, it is becoming more and more popular internationally. The national style of cooking is winning a well-deserved place in global culinary culture due to its uniquely combined spicy-salty-sweet-sour taste. And today, in cities throughout the world, more and more new restaurants skilfully combine and refine the available ingredients so that the resulting dishes have a new exciting character.
The Thai Food Fest is offered a la carte for both lunch and dinner. Please contact Strings at 6666-9999 for further details.