A very famous Thai tea rich with creamy and sweetness from evaporated milk and condensed milk without extra sugar added. Or you can enjoy the refreshing one with sugarcane and fresh lime squeeze version
Gafe Thai (Thai Coffee)
A very famous Thai coffee (Gefe Boran) rich with creamy and sweetness from evaporated milk and condensed milk without extra sugar added. Or you can enjoy the refreshing one with sugarcane on ice.
Thai Coconut Waffle (GF & Daily Free)
Thai waffle is a coconut milk based with rice flour, pandan leaf extract, sugarcane, salt, baking powder, sweet corn, and egg. Surely, they are yummy and fluffy without gluten and daily!!!
Veggies Spring Roll
Dr.May's signature deep fried wheat paper roll stuffed with veggies only served with spring roll dipping sauce. Ingredients: rice vermicelli, wheat wrapper, carrot, sprout, cabbage, garlic, cilantro, white pepper, salt and GF soy sauce)
Crispy Pork Wonton
Our deep fried wheat/egg wonton is stuffed with mince pork, herbs, and spices to make sure that every bite got all its flavor and crispiness.
Quail Egg Wonton
Crispy Primaterra farm quail egg wonton on skewer served with sweet and sour sauce
Som Tum Thai (Thai Papaya Salad)
Fine hand shredded papaya, carrot, green bean, and tomatoes get a little pounding with smashed garlic, Thai chilies, lime, and peanut
Gai Pad Bai Ho-ra-pa (Sweet Basil chicken stir-fry)
Stir-fry Chicken with Thai Sweet Basil is another famous Thai dish along with is Pad Ka Prao Gai. Gai Pad Bai Ho-ra-pa – Sliced chicken with chilies, garlic, fish sauce and sweet basil, served together with rice.
Goong Pad Ta-krai (Lemongrass Shrimp Stir-fry)
Try this famous authentic stir-fry dish that originated in Phuket (one of famous beaches located in Southern of Thailand), a stir-fry shrimp with garlic, chili, lemograss and kaffir lime leaf until they all turn crisp, aroma, and flavorful.
Green Curry Chicken
Green curry is a world famous Thai curry. Ingredients: chicken, green bean, Cowdery farm Thai eggplant, curry paste, fish sauce/GF soy sauce, sweet basil, coconut milk, and palm sugar.
Tom Kha Gai (Chicken Galangal Soup)
Tom Kha is a spicy and sour hot soup with coconut milk in Thai cuisine and Lao cuisine. In Thailand, most tom kha kai recipes typically include coconut milk, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, Thai chili peppers, coriander (or dill weed), straw mushrooms (or shiitake or other mushrooms), chicken, fish sauce, and lime juice. Fried chilies are sometimes added.
Gang Pa Gai (Jungle Curry Chicken)
A wild curry with coconut free . It does have lots of herbs (hot basil, garlic, galangal, finger root, green peppercorns, kaffir lime) and vegetables (green bean, Thai eggplant, and baby corn).
Khao Soi Gai (Curry chicken soup with egg/ramen noodles)
Crispy egg noodles with chicken in creamery Northern style curry served with fresh lime cut, pickled napa, chili oil, and red onion.
Glass noodles stir-fry with bamboo shoot and egg
Basil stir-fry with thin slice bamboo shoots with glass noodles/mung bean noodles and pasture raised chicken's egg from Primattera Farm served with Tri-color Jasmine Rice