Thai Royale - About Us
May we take a moment to introduce you to the unique and evolving taste of Thai cuisine.
Virtually unknown outside of Thailand until the middle of the Twentieth century,
Thai food is now famous Internationally and rightly so.
This is partly due to the influence of many styles of cooking which Thailand has adopted and made uniquely its own.
Traditional Thai cookery, reflecting a Buddhist culture, consisted of shredded meats and seafood, laced with herbs
and spices and was stewed, baked or grilled. This was later augmented by Chinese methods of frying, stir-frying and deep-frying.
A typical Thai meal will
include dishes that are hot and fiery with intense flavours in combination with
mild and delicate tasting items.
Their unique and complex flavours are achieved by the use of a wide variety of aromatic herbs, spices and leaves and even flowers.
These includes garlic, galanga, lemongrass, basil, ginger and kaffir lime leaves. Another distinctive ingredients is coconut oil and
milk, imparting its smooth and creamy texture to a range of dishes, both wholly vegetarian and including meat and seafood.
The traditional way to eat Thai food is with a spoon and fork from a flat plate. Usually, each dish is eaten with rice and Thais prefer
not to mix their foods in order to retain the subtleties to each dish's aroma and flavour
The ideal Thai meal is a
harmonious blend of the spicy, sweet and sour and should be equally satisfying
to the eye, nose and palate.
We take a great pleasure in preparing your Thai meal and hope you will enjoy our wide variety of starters, main courses and desserts
which reflect the harmonious blending of our care in cooking and a wide variety of exotic ingredients.
A chilli rating against each item indicates the intensity of the taste. However, for your eating pleasure we will gladly adjust spiciness
of your dishes