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Title: Want to Eat the Most Reviewed Thai Dish in Hong Kong


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WANT TO EAT THE MOST REVIEWED THAI DISH IN HONG
KONG? HERE IT IS!
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Craving Thai? Come to Mint and Basil, the best
Thai restaurant in Hong Kong, Tung Chung. The
restaurant is not just good at satisfying your
Thai but also pan-Asian hunger pangs. If you are
new to trying Thai food, this blog will tell you
all that you must as a beginner. Before we begin,
let us just tell you that deciding to eat Thai is
the best decision you have ever taken. Thai food
has been termed as the healthiest among
others. The ingredients in Thai cuisines are not
overcooked. Everything is kept mild the only
reason people love Thai to stay healthy and fit.
The best part of Thai food is that it is not just
super healthy, but also delicious. So, as a
beginner, if this thought crosses your mind that
healthy food is not yummy, just get rid of it
because Thai has topped the chart for all good
reasons. It ticks every box. Tasty ? Healthy ?
Appetizing ? Affordable ? We know that Thai food
has got everything that you may be looking for.
The same goes for Vietnamese, Indian and other
Pan-Asian food too. Irrespective of what you
order at Mint and Basil, the best Pan- Asian
restaurant in Hong Kong, you will get the food,
drinks, and ambiance exactly what you
desire. There are a lot of Thai dishes you can
try in Hong Kong. This Blog will guide you
through the cuisines as well as drinks that are
mostly reviewed by people in Hong Kong, Tung
Chung. Let us go through one by one.
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SPICY LARB SALAD
This is originally a meat salad from Laos. It is
seen as their unofficial national dish. Larb was
mainly eaten in the Isan region where there is a
large community of Laotians. Now, the dish is
popularized and is globally loved salad by the
people. For instance, if you want this dish at a
Thai restaurant you will actually get
traditional Lao or Isan variety in which minced
chicken, duck, beef, fish, pork, or mushrooms are
mixed with mint, chili, fish sauce, lime juice,
fresh herbs, and toasted rice crumbles. This
dish is served with sticky rice, and raw
vegetables on the side.
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SOM TAM
This dish is better known on non-Thai menus. It
is a green papaya salad, yet another ethnic Lao
dish. As the name implies pounded sour food, a
sour kick is a taste that dominates. Som Tam
combines the best Thai flavors like limes
sourness, fish sauces savories, chilis heat,
and palm sugars sweetness. All the ingredients
are mixed with papaya and pounded in a mortar.
In this recipe, unripe papaya is used, hence it
gets green color. Because the texture is still
crisp and is able to withstand the pounding
without even getting reduced to a pulp.
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PAD THAI
This Thai cuisine is a famous street food. It is
so ubiquitously tied to its countrys cuisine
that every possible person will know of it. Pad
Thai is made through eggs, bean sprouts, noodles,
protein such as chicken, beef, tofu, and prawns.
A tangy sauce prepared using tamarind juice,
palm sugar, fish sauce is tossed on the dish.
Then it is served with crushed peanuts and ground
dried chilies on the side. Interesting Fact It
is said that the Pad Thai was created by Prime
Minister Plaek Phibunsongkhram in the 1930s. The
aim was to provide people of Thailand with a
nationally uniting dish to encourage the
national pride.
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THAI GREEN CURRY
It is also called sweet green curry.
Interestingly the word sweet has nothing to do
with the final flavors. Infact, this dish is made
using coconut milk and fresh green
chilies. Also, there is no set recipe. Also, the
flavors will vary according to the cook.
Essentially a protein of either fish or meat is
cooked in coconut milk, green curry paste, fish
sauce, palm sugar, along with Thai aubergines,
Thai basil, pea aubergines, and other vegetables
like runner beans. Green curries are served with
rice. If the curry is thicker, it can also go
with roti, a flatbread similar to the Malaysian
roti canai.
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TOM YUM
This Thai cuisine is everyones favorite. Tangy,
spicy and undoubtedly delicious. The name is
essentially just a combination of two
traditional Thai cooking methods Tom means to
boil, and yam means to mix. The broth of the
soup is made with fresh lemongrass, galanga fish
sauce, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, red
chilies, boasting distinctive spicy, and sour
flavor notes. After preparing the soup, at the
last, prawns are added to the soup. Similarly,
Tom Yum Gai is a chicken Tom Yum, available in
several other varieties. All the above Thai
dishes will make you drool over the thought of
ordering it. Once you place an order, you would
also want to order the drinks that go the best
with food. When at Mint and Basil order from the
list of white wines, red wines, draught beer and
cider, whiskey, brandy, congac, vodka, gin,
tequila, cocktails, mocktails, iced drinks,
milkshakes, smoothie, juices, soft drinks, and
the list is endless.
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GET IN TOUCH
Shop K, Seaview Crescent, 8 Waterfront Rd,Tung
Chung Hong Kong 852 2762 8077 info_at_mintandbasi
l.hk Content Resource https//mintandbasil.hk/bl
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