A long adored favourite with cuisine connoisseurs around the world, food in Thailand is both artfully simple and incredibly diverse. By blending fresh produce, unique spices and simple cooking methods, Thai dishes stir up the senses and perfectly balance five distinct flavour pillars: sweet, sour, salty, spicy and bitter. Whether you sample mouthwatering street food in Chiang Mai, or take a seat at one of Bangkok’s many Michelin-starred restaurants, you’re assured to experience a taste sensation.
Watch as Chef Ton, Executive Sous Chef at Six Senses Yao Noi prepares Goong Pad Khing, a fresh dish of stir-fried tiger prawns with salty soy sauce and spicy chilli. If you would like to try it for yourself, see the full ingredient list and recipe below.
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