Good news for Thai food lovers in Hyderabad – The New Indian Express

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HYDERABAD: Traditional Thai Food Festival – Thai Food Festival is held at Terrace – a rooftop bar and restaurant at Mercure Hyderabad KCP. For all the foodies who like to indulge in Thai cuisine, the festival offers a delicious treat for diners.

The menu has been carefully crafted by Master Chef Ganesh who has a wealth of experience in regional and international cuisine. “This food festival offers different varieties of authentic dishes of Thai cuisine. One of the main goals of this concept is to acquaint the Hyderabadi crowd with delicious Thai dishes,” says Master Chef Ganesh as we sit down to the delicious Thai flavors for our dinner.

The view of the city skyline from the Terrace Restaurant on the 12th floor of the hotel complimented our excitement. We started with Thung Thong (crispy fried wontons filled with chicken), a special from the chef’s side and Tom Yum (this delicious Thai soup is a spicy and sour soup made with seafood and a mixture of vegetables) .

Then we focused on our main course which was the highlight of the whole kitchen – Xeher thale (seafood platter). The platter consisted of papda, anchovies, pomfret, langoustines, crab, king fish and Indian tuna, perfectly grilled and served with Thai-inspired sauces. After enjoying our seafood platter, we were served Gaeng paa with Kai Phad nam prik phao (Thai chicken curry with Thai chicken fried rice).

Spicy rice goes well with coconut-based curry. Our food journey ended with the special Thai dessert Kluay Tod (banana fritters with honey and sesame) and Darsaan (crispy fried wontons mixed with honey and sesame seeds served with vanilla ice cream). The Thai-inspired dinner hit all the right spots and with the promise of coming back for more whenever the next Thai Food Festival takes place, we say farewell to Terrace.

HYDERABAD: Traditional Thai Food Festival – Thai Food Festival is held at Terrace – a rooftop bar and restaurant at Mercure Hyderabad KCP. For all the foodies who like to indulge in Thai cuisine, the festival offers a delicious treat for diners. The menu has been carefully crafted by Master Chef Ganesh who has a wealth of experience in regional and international cuisine. “This food festival offers different varieties of authentic dishes of Thai cuisine. One of the main goals of this concept is to acquaint the Hyderabadi crowd with delicious Thai dishes,” says Master Chef Ganesh as we sit down to the delicious Thai flavors for our dinner. The view of the city skyline from the Terrace Restaurant on the 12th floor of the hotel complimented our excitement. We started with Thung Thong (crispy fried wontons filled with chicken), a special from the chef’s side and Tom Yum (this delicious Thai soup is a spicy and sour soup made with seafood and a mixture of vegetables) . Then we focused on our main course which was the highlight of the whole kitchen – Xeher thale (seafood platter). The platter consisted of papda, anchovies, pomfret, langoustines, crab, king fish and Indian tuna, perfectly grilled and served with Thai-inspired sauces. After enjoying our seafood platter, we were served Gaeng paa with Kai Phad nam prik phao (Thai chicken curry with Thai chicken fried rice). Spicy rice goes well with coconut-based curry. Our food journey ended with the special Thai dessert Kluay Tod (banana fritters with honey and sesame) and Darsaan (crispy fried wontons mixed with honey and sesame seeds served with vanilla ice cream). The Thai-inspired dinner hit all the right spots and with the promise of coming back for more whenever the next Thai Food Festival takes place, we say farewell to Terrace.

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