Winner of “Most Popular Dish”.
A favourite amongst the young Thai Princes and Princesses! This dish was used to keep the royal children quiet during solemn state ceremonies.
Made from scratch.
Everyone’s favourite mango salad.
Chiang Mai fishermen love this salad with an ice-cold beer after a hot day out at sea… important information for ladies who wish to become Chiang Mai fishermen’s wives!
The most famous of all Thai soups.
Which came first, the clear or red tom yum? Who cares when they are both so tasty!
Rich and spicy chicken broth with coconut milk, galangal & lemongrass.
This beautiful jade-green curry with tender juicy chicken is a favourite of Thai fishermen.
The combination of duck and grapes in this dish marries perfectly with the spicy coconut sauce…so luxuriously delicious.
This hails from an award-winning restaurant in Thailand that clinched the “CNNGO’s 50 Best Foods in the World” award in 2011.
Stir-fried kang kong with our special ThaiExpress spicy shrimp paste.
Fresh mushrooms and baby kai lan are a combination made in heaven.
This simple yet tasty dish is everyone’s favourite!
Stick noodles with sliced beef in beef broth.
Clear gravy belies the fiery spiciness in this dish. Try it and savour the challenge.
A delicious Thai noodle recipe inspired by the aromas and spices of Thailand you’ll be sure to enjoy.
Our very own special fried rice.
Our Pad Thai is known to be the best in town. That’s because our recipe comes from royal palace chefs who leaked the secret to us.
This is the favourite street dish in Bangkok. Smooth fresh kway teow stir-fried with tender sliced beef.
Nicknamed “drunken fire noodles” as Thai believes only beer can put out the flames in your mouth after eating this deceptively mild-looking noodle.
A young palace chef simmered juicy fresh crayfish and glass noodle in Thai garlic and pepper sauce to celebrate Songkran – The Thai New Year! This dish is a must at any celebration.
By popular demand! Spicy minced chicken stir-fried with Thai basil.
This ThaiExpress speciality was created by a Thai chef and a Japanese chef for their wedding dinner.
Thai granny loves this traditional dish as it helps to “chase the wind away”.
In Thailand, this dish of chicken in honey and lime sauce is a test of the chef’s skill.
Comfort for the soul, perfect for a rainy day.
Sweet glutinous rice with fresh mango and coconut milk.
With an authentic recipe direct from Thailand, our homemade Lod Chong promises a melt-in-your-mouth experience.
The perfect fire fighter for chilli flames.
The drink that separates the boys from the girls.
Packed with vitamins and minerals, they’re the ultimate hangover cure (and a refreshing break from Thai beer).
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