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Thai cuisine is highly diverse, varying in ingredients and preparation methods throughout the country. Thai restaurants with dine-in and delivery service will have their own variations of regional dishes and spice combinations. Before eating at a Thai restaurant or having Thai food delivered, the following are a few popular terms to be familiar with.

  • Curry – Curry is a type of dish common to many types of Asian cuisine, including Thai. A Thai curry may be a meat, fish, or vegetable based recipe prepared with curry sauce made from spices, herbs, and chilies. Curries are known for their intense spiciness. Some Thai curries are made with coconut milk.
  • Pad Thai – Pad Thai is a stir-fried dish made with rice noodles, egg, a fish based sauce, chili peppers, and a custom selection of meat and vegetable ingredients. Pad Thai recipes often make use of peanut oils or peanuts. Thai restaurants typically have their own unique variations of Pad Thai.
  • Sticky Rice – Sticky rice is a short-grain rice grown in Asia that becomes sticky when it is cooked. It is used to prepare many different types of Thai food, as it is a staple crop in some regions of Thailand. Foods prepared with sticky rice are sometimes shaped into balls or cakes held together by the rice.
  • MSG – MSG is a common abbreviation for monosodium glutamate is a food additive sometimes used in Thai dishes. It is also available as a condiment in some Thai restaurants. MSG has a savory flavor and is considered a taste enhancer.
  • Fish Sauce – Fish sauces are used in many Thai dishes. They are typically prepared with fermented fish and spices, and they often have a salty taste.
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    My Thai
    8488 Mayfield Rd, Chesterland, OH 44026
    (440) 729-8424
    Cozy Thai Restaurant
    39 Evans St, Hamburg, NY 14075
    (716) 648-1016
    Bangkok Thai Cuisine
    5359 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland, OH 44124
    (440) 684-1982
    Peppermint Thai Cuisine
    30769 Pinetree Rd, Cleveland, OH 44124
    (216) 464-5432
    Taste of Thai
    1460 Hertel Ave, Buffalo, NY 14216
    (716) 833-8423
    Jasmine Thai Restaurant
    1330 Niagara Falls Blvd, Tonawanda, NY 14150
    (716) 838-3011
    Saigon Bangkok Restrnt
    512 Niagara Falls Blvd, Buffalo, NY 14223
    (716) 837-2115
    Thai House
    5246 Transit Rd, Depew, NY 14043
    (716) 601-7865
    Spice Thai Cuisine
    8870 Darrow Rd, Twinsburg, OH 44087
    (330) 963-3330
    Saigon Bangkok Restaurant
    8080 Transit Rd, Buffalo, NY 14221
    (716) 632-8884
    Wild Papaya Thai Cuisine
    1665 E Main St, Kent, OH 44240
    (330) 677-0916
    Pad Thai
    5657 Darrow Rd, Hudson, OH 44236
    (330) 650-9998
    Thai Gourmet
    3732 Darrow Rd Ste 5, Stow, OH 44224
    (330) 688-0880


    If you like curry, you'll love Thai food. This traditional cuisine from Thailand is made primarily with curry. Spicy, sweet, and sour meat is common in authentic recipes from this Asian country. People have a few options when it comes to eating their favorite food. They can order takeout, dine in, or buy their own ingredients and make Thai dishes at home. Many dishes are made with prawns, coconut, basil, mango, and noodles. It's generally healthy, as many dishes are vegetarian. It can be eaten with chopsticks or with standard utensils. Thai beverages like tea are also popular. One kind of tea, known as “cha-yen” is made from strongly-brewed black tea. Prior to dining, brush up on your knowledge of Thai delicacies and traditional dishes, such as seafood curry, pad Thai, sweet chili, and Thai BBQ ribs. Many dishes feature rice and vegetables that utilize spices like tumeric and curry. Asian food has a rich and varied history. While Thai food has roots in traditional cooking methods, such as stewing and baking, later Chinese influences introduced stir-frying methods. If you prefer to purchase ingredients from the market, head to your local grocery store or specialty market for fresh ingredients to make your pad Thai. Stop by a farmer's market or fruit stand to gather fresh fruits and vegetables like mango and garlic. If you prefer to let someone else do the cooking, find some local Thai restaurants by going online or opening your phone book. Check the newspaper and junk mail for discount coupons and sample menus. Narrow it down by specialty, such as BBQ or stir-fry. From delivery to carry out, Thai restaurants have you covered.
     
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