5 Tasty local dishes you shouldn’t miss on your ‘Thai’ honeymoon

5 Tasty local dishes you shouldn’t miss on your ‘Thai’ honeymoon

Thailand needs no introduction when it comes to serving some of the world’s best and traditional dishes. You probably aren’t backpacking at this stage in your life, which is why you want to make an effort to eat the best-of-the-best local food while you’re adventuring post-wedding.

Khao Soi

A popular dish in Northern Thailand is Khao Soi. It’s a coconut curry dish with two types of noodles, yellow egg noodles in the soup and crunchy noodles on top.

Som Tum

A spicy salad made from unripe shredded papaya served with tomatoes, green beans, peanuts, and sometimes dried shrimp. It can be very spicy, so make sure to tell them if you want it milder.

Satay

Fit to be served either as a starter or as a part of the main course, Satay is best relished in the form of Thai street food. Served hot with a variety of hot sauces, Satay is a form of grilled meat which is primarily served with peanut sauce in Thailand.

Yam Pla Duk Fu

This dish is a little hard to describe but it is little pieces of fried catfish. It doesn’t taste or look like fish at all, making it a must try for those who are not fish lovers. It comes with this great sauce that you pour on top and usually is served over julienned cucumbers with onions and peanuts on the side. It also comes with raw mango salad.

Khao Pad

With “Khao” meaning rice, and “pad” referring to anything which is fried, any Bangkok street food guide is incomplete without mentioning Khao Pad on top of its list. Considered to be a typical Thailand street food, it is a must for all the travelers to relish this dish when in Thailand.