Unlike most food that's good for you, Thai cuisine is actually edible. Not just edible, but scrumptious, if the gourmets are to be believed. Thai food is popular for its delicacy of flavor; everything just hints at the mystery of lemongrass, kaffir lime, galangal and palm sugar. And the fried rice is pretty good too.
The Residency is going all out for this ten-day festival, which will feature popular dishes like Tom Yum soup, veggies or meat cooked in the spicy Naam Prig sauce, steamed, crisp veggies in Yaam style, or the Gaeng curry made with pork and pumpkin, or chicken... the list is endless. Coconut and peanuts are used generously and the chef's main goal is to keep the freshness of the ingredients intact and piping hot. The most loved dessert is a combination of coconut cream and the sinfully sweet palm sugar.
If there's a better way to sample cultures, we're pretty sure it involves suitcases and foreign currency. At the Residency, the only passport you're going to need is a healthy appetite.
For further details and reservations please contact Taj Residency at 2339-3939.