Thanying Restaurant – Thai Restaurant

Thanying Restaurant – Thai Restaurant- Thanying @ Amara Hotel Since its inception in 1988, Thanying Restaurant has devotedly recreated culinary history by offering the most exquisite Royal Thai cuisine fit for Royalty.



Address   : #02-00, Amara Hotel, 165 Tanjong Pagar Road ,Singapore 088539 ‎
Phone      : 6222 3928 ‎/62224688
Email       : thanying@amaraholdings.com

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FUN FACTS – Top 10 Most Popular Thai Foods  
 Pad Thai – Thailand’s calling card to the rest of the culinary world, pad Thai doesn’t need an introduction. There are an infinite number of variations on this timeless tradition, but usually noodles are dressed up with tofu, bean sprouts, onion, and ground peanuts.  
 Tom Yam Goong – This is the national aroma of Thailand, thanks to the generous use of fragrant herbs. Lemongrass, lime leaves, galangal, and shallots provide the memorable smells, with chilis and fish sauce providing the kick. Substance comes in the form of jumbo shrimp (goong) and mushrooms.    
 Kuay Tiew (Noodle Soup) -Noodle soup is a quick-and-easy staple of the Thai eating experience. Many Variations.    
 Som Tam – Spicy Papaya Salad. Originates from Northeast Thailand. Near- cult status throughout the rest of the country.     
 Gai Med Ma Moung (Chicken Cashew Nuts) – Chicken and roasted cashewnuts in sweet soya sauce, and ofcourse the thai red chili padi.    
 Geng Kheaw Wan Gai (Green Curry Chicken) -Brilliant herbs infused in coconut milk, giving this curry its distinctive color.    
 Tom Kha Gai – Most refreshing soup, tom kaa gai (boiled galangal chicken) combines coconut milk with lemongrass, galangal ‘ ginger’s Asian sister ‘ and chicken. It’s a sweet, tame twist on Tom Yam Goong.     
Kao Phad (Fried Rice) – Good old fried rice. Spicy fried rice with your choice of meat ‘ shrimp and chicken being the most popular ‘ and egg, onion, cilantro, garlic, and tomatoes.  
Massaman Curry -Massaman is the Thai word for “Muslim”. Muslim settlers are to thanks for this concoction of coconut milk, potatoes, roasted peanuts, bay leaves, sugar, cinnamon, and tamarind sauce. The meat of choice is often beef or chicken.  
Khao man gai – Thai chicken rice. Chicken is gently boiled until it is tender then the water is used in boiling the rice. Served with a chicken broth and delicious sweet and spicy sauces.  

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