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Pad Krapow is probably the most famous Thai stir-fry. You will find it everywhere and it's often on the menus of Thai restaurants.
Pork Bone Khua Kling
Another typically Southern Thai street food dish that you have probably never eaten in a restaurant.
Pork with Long Bean
The long bean gives this stir-fry a juicy, slightly sweet taste.
For many people, Khua Kling will be a real discovery - the taste of this usually very spicy Southern Thai dish comes from the homemade paste filled with a firework of herbs.
Pad Phet Nor Mai
Boiled and then fried bamboo gives this juicy stir-fry its characteristic taste.
Pad Phet Moo Sam Chan
This juicy and colourful stir-fry is literally addictive so it's strange that you'll never see it on the menus of Thai restaurants.
Chicken with Soya Bean Sauce
Not all Thai dishes are spicy. This signature dish that originated in a village in Suphan Buri is great for adults and children alike.
Chicken Cubes with Chilli
A simple everyday dish that shows what the right spices can do with chicken breasts.
Chicken with Fish Sauce
Another dish good for kids or those who want to take a break from spiciness.
Pad Prik Gaeng Moo Sam Chan
Pad Ped Nor Mai
Ped Phat Prick Thai Dam
Stir Fried Beef with Red Curry Paste
Gaeng Ped Pet Yang with Lychee copy
Chicken in Tamarind Sauce
Sweet and Sour Chicken
Nam Tok Moo
Pik Kai Oup Nam Daeng
Fish and seafood
Shells with Curry Paste
Shrimps with Seafood Sauce
Stir Fried Fish with Chilli Sauce
Choo Chi Pla with Coconut
Pla Neung Manao
Choo Chi Pla
Gaeng Leuang with Bamboo
Larb Moo is a refreshing spicy salad best served with pork