Let's Thai one on!
Capital Hill, Denver
Medium (10-15 Guests)
Thailand is an exotic and sometimes chaotic mix of colorful visuals, a noise level that may challenge your patience, people who are gentle and welcoming, and the food. . . .Oh, the food! Join us to sample a few traditional Thai dishes that may give you a taste of the exotique that is Thailand.
Thai Satay Stick with authentic Thai Peanut Sauce
Satay sticks are found in many locations in Asia, and nowhere more than in Thailand. Made with Chicken and a variety of elegant spices, this appetizer includes authentic Thai peanut dipping sauce. A great way to begin an exotic meal and evening.
Thai Snow Pea and Mint Salad with Spicy Dressing
This light salad boasts a number of fresh vegetables, crushed nuts, and a dressing with a bit of a bite. Healthy, hearty, and just right as an intro to the entree!
Thai Pineapple Fried Rice
The Thai people know their fried rice! This dish inlcudes several spices and herbs, crushed chili, pineapple, cashews, and on and on. Almost a complete meal in itself. This beats that take-out fried rice you've had hands down!
Thai Beef with Peppers
Thai cooking often includes some heat, frequently using chili oil. This dish is no exception. Thin-sliced steak in a marinade of ginger, chili paste, and sherry and served over Thai rice noodles and topped with jalapeno and vegetables. You'll think you're in Bangkok.
Pear and Coconut Sorbet
Just the smoothest and sexiest sorbet ever! The flavors merge in a loving way while maintaining their own individuality (like any healthy relationship) and create a wonderfully refreshing way to end a lavish meal and begin the weekend.
A slightly sweet Riesling wine pairs beautifully with Thai food. There will be plenty and well as iced tea and water.
Let's Thai one on!
Capital Hill, Denver(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)