Exotic thai at Sukothai Dubai

Love coming back to one of my fav #thai restaurants in town. Nestled in the lively courtyard of @lemeridiendubai, @sukothaidxb is a must visit for Asian food lovers.

As we delved into the “pla sukothai”, we were mildly suprised with the culmination of flavours that arose from the whole fried hammour. It’s flesh slathered with a dollop of sweet chili sauce on one side and a Thai herb dressing on the other was impeccable. The clear winner was the sweet chili sauce with predominantly a tangy flavour with subtle hints of spice.

No Thai meal is complete without the flavours of the traditional pad Thai, a dish containing fried noodles enveloped in a mixture of prawns, tofu , eggs, peanuts with a drizzle of tamarind sauce. This dish comforts me no matter what as it takes you down memory lane with street food that line the bustling streets of Thailand, with its simplistic flavour that added crunch and minimal ingredients that pack a punch. .
Another fav was the “phanaeng gai” which is a comforting dish that can be enjoyed with the likes of either chicken or beef. Going along with beef, the dish can particularly be enjoyed with steamed rice as the flavors of the kaffir lime leaves, coconut milk and chili and coriander marry each other to produce the final result of a creamy and spiced flavored curry.



Love coming back to one of my fav #thai restaurants in town. Nestled in the lively courtyard of @lemeridiendubai, @sukothaidxb is a must visit for Asian food lovers. . As we delved into the “pla sukothai”, we were mildly suprised with the culmination of flavours that arose from the whole fried hammour. It’s flesh slathered with a dollop of sweet chili sauce on one side and a Thai herb dressing on the other was impeccable. The clear winner was the sweet chili sauce with predominantly a tangy flavour with subtle hints of spice. . No Thai meal is complete without the flavours of the traditional pad Thai, a dish containing fried noodles enveloped in a mixture of prawns, tofu , eggs, peanuts with a drizzle of tamarind sauce. This dish comforts me no matter what as it takes you down memory lane with street food that line the bustling streets of Thailand, with its simplistic flavour that added crunch and minimal ingredients that pack a punch. . Another fav was the “phanaeng gai” which is a comforting dish that can be enjoyed with the likes of either chicken or beef. Going along with beef, the dish can particularly be enjoyed with steamed rice as the flavors of the kaffir lime leaves, coconut milk and chili and coriander marry each other to produce the final result of a creamy and spiced flavored curry.

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