It is acceptable to be quite picky about ordering your favourite noodle in Thailand... For some vendors, you can even choose the level of spiciness from one to ten, I personally stick with level four or five and never want to try to taste the level ten as the soup colour is dark red! - Parita Nobthai of @thecrafthumpy
You probably took one look and said “no thanks”, opting for something a bit, well…less black and jellylike. Next time however, I urge you to try that dessert. It’s called grass jelly, and is actually a pure and delicious product. And if you believe the manufacturer, a very healthy product as well
Typically a Thai person only uses his or her official name in formal situations. Even in work, most people use their nicknames. It is quite common for acquaintances to never actually know a person’s full name, only their nickname
Ever since I moved to Australia and after living in three different states, there is one thing I found in common with Thai restaurants, that is they have a set entrée menu. I’ve never known Thai food to be served in a specific order such as entrée, main and dessert. After I researched restaurant menus from other countries, I have found that Spring rolls, Satay Chicken skewers and Curry puffs are some of the most popular starters.
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