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Thai Food Festival

Thai Food Festival is an event that took place between 15-May-2008 and 24-May-2008 in Hyderabad.
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The Manohar is organising a Thai Food Festival, from 15th to 24th May, at its Asian speciality restaurant Best Of East. Guest chef from Thailand Paum Xingsurapan has been specially flown down to prepare the authentic dishes for the festival, and the detailed menu is below:

Appetizers & Salads
Thod Man Khao Phod (deep fried corn cakes with red curry paste and kaffir lime leaf served with plum sauce)
Yam Tua Ngor Rue Dtaeng Gwa (bean sprout or cucumber salad tossed with chilli, garlic and lemon juice)
Yum Woon Sen (glass noodle salad with chilli and shallots, available with vegetable, shrimp sausage or fish sausage)
Por Pia Phak Rue Kai Rue Thalay (prawn rolls served with sweet chilli sauce)
Kai Rue Koong (prawn popcorn served with sweet chilli sauce)
Phak Rue Pla Rue Koong Chup Paeng Thod (crisp fried bread fritters with sweet chilli sauce, with fish or prawns)
Thod Man Pla (spicy Thai fish cakes flavored with kaffir lime leaf, served with sweet chilli sauce)
Yam Pla Meuk (spicy squid salad with garlic, chilli and lemon juice dressing)
Plaar Koong (salad of prawns with cheese cocktail)

Tom Yam (spicy vegetable, chicken or prawn soup flavored with lemon grass and kaffir lime leaf)
Tom Kha (a spicy hot and sour vegetable, mushroom, chicken or prawn soup with coconut milk, flavored with lemon grass and Thai ginger)
Tom Karate Woon Sen (coconut milk and glass noodle mushroom, chicken or prawn soup with spring onion)
Poh Taek (mixed seafood hot and sour soup flavored with galangal, kaffir lime and hot basil)

Kaeng Kiew Wan (spicy green curry with coconut milk and aubergine served with garlic fried rice or bamboo hoot fried rice) available in vegetable, fish, chicken or prawn
Kaeng Phed (traditional Bangkok red curry cooked with coconut milk served with garlic fried rice or bamboo hoot fried rice) available in vegetable, fish, chicken or prawn
Panaeng Phak Rue Phae Rue Phet (Panaeng curry with coconut milk, basil and kaffir lime leaf served with steamed rice) available in vegetable or lamb
Man Falang Massaman (potato massaman curry with onion slivers, peanuts and coconut milk)
Kaeng Kua Sapparod Gab Koong (prawn and pineapple curry with coconut milk and kaffir lime leaf)

Main Course
Phad Phak Ruam Mit Nam Prik Phao Mangsawirat (stir fried vegetables with tofu Thai chilli paste)
Phad Phak Met Mamuang (vegetables stir fried with dry chilli and cashew nut)
Het Krapaw (shiitake, oyster and button mushroom stir fried with chilli and hot basil)
Man Thod Krathium Prik Thai (crisp potato slices cooked in garlic peppercorn sauce)
Kai Phad Ki Mao (stir fried chicken with fresh chilli, basil, kaffir lime leaf and Thai ginger)
Patani (stir fried lamb with ginger, spring onion, pepper and mushroom)
Kai Rue Moo Rue Koong Krathium Prik Thai (chicken, fish or prawns stir fried with garlic and pepper corn sauce)
Pla Kapong Samros (fried fish in spicy, sweet and sour sauce)
Pla Jeramet Jian (crisp fried fish with garlic fried rice)
Koong Thod Som Makhampiak (stir fried prawn with dry chilli flakes and tamarind sauce)

Rice, Noodles & Combos
Khao Phad Tom Yum (vegetable of seafood stir fried rice)
Baame (vegetable, chicken or prawn stir fried noodles with celery and spring onion)
Phad Poisian (vegetable, chicken or prawn glass noodles stir fried with shiitake mushroom, pak choi and celery)
Broccoli mushroom with noodle spicy sauce
Rice congee served with choice of grouper or prawn
Brown rice congee served with choice of grouper or prawn
Shrimp wonton noodles
Baby clam chilli paste noodles
Khao Hom Mali (steamed rice)

Kluay Rue Phak Tong Buat Chii (banana simmered in coconut cream served chilled)
Kluay Thod (batter fried banana tossed in roasted sesame seeds and honey, served with vanilla ice cream)
Ngow Ice Cream Krati Sod (Rambutan served with homemade coconut ice cream)
Tub Tim Krob (jellied water chestnuts in chilled sweet coconut milk)
Polla Mai Ruam (tropical fresh fruit platter)

Thai food is internationally popular. The cuisine is known for its balance of five fundamental flavors in each dish or the overall meal - hot (spicy), sour, sweet, salty and bitter (optional). As also for its enthusiastic use of fresh (rather than dried) herbs and spices as well as fish sauce. Whether chilli-hot or comparatively bland, harmony is the guiding principle behind each dish. Thai cuisine is essentially a marriage of centuries-old Eastern and Western influences harmoniously combined into something uniquely Thai.

Please contact the restaurant at 6654-3023 for further details.
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