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Gai Hor Baitey
(Succulent morsels of chicken wrapped in pandanus leaves)

Soft Shell Crab
(Succulent and tender crab with a special roasted chilli paste)

Goong Tod Samunpai
(Crispy fried prawns tossed with tamarind sauce)

Tom Yum Prawn Soup
(The national soup of Thailand - a spicy, aromatic soup with lemon grass, galangal and birds eye chilli)

Pla Rad Prik
(Fillet of fish topped with chilli and Thai sweet basil sauce)

Kaeng Keow Whan

(Thai green curry with choice of meat or vegetables)

Som Tam
(Classic raw papaya salad)

Khao Phad Sapparot
(Pineapple fried rice with water chestnuts, cashew nuts and raisins)

Senmee Phad Namprik Pow Je
(Stir-fried rice noodles and vegetables with roasted chilli paste and Thai herbs)

Phak Vollappa
(Stir-fried vegetables with chilli & Thai sweet basil)

Khao Pod Tod Nam Prik Pow
(Baby corn tossed with roasted chilli paste, served in rice tartlets)

Tub Tim Grob
(Water chestnut rubies in chilled sweetened coconut milk)

The Benjarong ware is a kind of painted porcelain in Thailand. The name literally means 'five colors'. For the decoration, repetitive forms, usually geometric or flower-based, are used.