Ba-Mee Red Curry * steamed egg noodles topped with red curry, coconut milk, bell peppers, carrots, broccoli and basil leaves
Thai Fried Rice
Sri-ra-Cha Fried Rice * spicy fried rice with assorted seafood and egg
Pineapple Fried Rice pineapple chunks, cashew nuts and chicken fried rice with egg
Thai Style Fried Rice choice of chicken, beef or pork
Vegetable Fried Rice mixed vegetables fried rice with egg
Pad Gra-Prow Fried Rice * basil fried rice. fried rice with onions, bell pepper, basil and hot chili paste
Salty Fish Ka-Na Fried Rice * fried rice with crispy salty fish with chinese broccoli, egg and sliced hot chili
Steamed Jasmine Rice
Spring Roll Sauce
Home Made Curry Sauce
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Tonic Water
Thai Ice Tea
Thai Ice Coffee
Coffee Or Decaf Coffee
Tea Choice Of
Chamomile Herb Tea
Thai Pumpkin Coconut Custard
Crispy Banana fritters topped with honey & sesame seeds
Home Made Ice Cream $5
Traditional Thai coconut ice cream with young coconut
Coconut Ice Cream Delight young coconut, taro, jackfruit and palm seeds
Coconut Black Bean Ice Cream
Fresh Mango Ice Cream
Green Tea Ice Cream
Thai Herbs And Spices
Chilli: "Phrik" In Thai chilli is an erect, branched, shrub-like herb with fruits used as garnishing and flavoring in thai dishes. there are many different species.
Cumin: "Yi-Ra" In Thai cumin is a small shrubbery herb, the fruit of which is used as a flavoring and condiment
Garlic: "Kra-Thiam" In Thai garlic is an annual herbaceous plant with underground bulbs comprising several cloves. dried mature bulbs are used as a flavoring and condiment in thai cuisine.
Ginger: "Khing" In Thai ginger is an erect plant with thickened, fleshy and aromatic rhizomes. used in different forms as a food, flavoring and spice.
Galanga: "Kha" In Thai greater galanga is an erect annual plant with aromatic, ginger-like rhizomes, and commonly used in thai cooking as a flavoring.
Hoary Basil: "Maeng-Lak" In Thai hoary basil is an annual herbaceous plant with slightly hairy and pale green leaves, eaten either raw or used as a flavoring.
Kaffir: "Ma-Krut" In Thai the leaves, peel and juice of the kaffir lime are used as a flavoring in thai cuisine
(No Common English Name): Krachai Inthai this erect annual plant with aromatic rhizomes and yellow-brown roots, is used as a flavoring
Lemon Grass: "Ta-Khrai" In Thai this erect annual plant resembles a coarse grey-green grass. fresh leaves and grass are used as flavoring
Lime: "Ma-Nao" In Thai lime is used principally as a garnish for fish and meat dishes.
Marsh Mint: "Sa-Ra-Nae" In Thai the fresh leaves of this herbaceous plant are used as a flavoring and eaten raw in thai cuisine
Pepper: "Phrik-Thai" In Thai pepper is a branching, perennial climbing plant from whose fruiting spikes both white and black pepper are obtained. used as a spice and condiment
Sacred Basil: "Ka-Phrao" In Thai sacred basil is an annual herbaceous plant that resembles sweet basil but has narrower and often times reddish-purple leaves. the fresh leaves, which are used as a flavoring
Shallot: "Hom,Hom-Lek,Hom-Daeng"In Thai shallots, or small red onions, are annual herbaceous plants. underground bulbs comprise garlic-like cloves. shallot bulbs contain a volatile oil, and are used as flavoring or seasoning agents.
Sweet Basil: "Ho-Ra-Pha" In Thai sweet basil is an annual herbaceous plant, the fresh leaves of which are either eaten raw or used as a flavoring in thai cooking.
Turmeric: "Kha-Min" In Thai turmeric is a member of the ginger family, and provides yellow coloring for thai food.
* Can Be Made To Order From Less Hot & Spicy, Hot & Spicy, Very Hot & Spicy, Thai Hot & Spicy.