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โจ๊ก jóhk

It is a rice congee with minced chicken or pork. Mixing an egg in with the congee is optional.

ปาท่องโก๋ bpaa tông gŏh

The Thai version of the Chinese crullers called youtiao, they tend to be smaller than the Chinese original. Most often eaten with sweetened condensed milk or with Thai coconut jam, they can also be served with chok, Thai rice congee.

ไข่ลวก kài lûak

a soft boiled egg served as a drink.

หมูปิ้ง mŏo bpîng

Marinated, grilled pork. Often eaten with sticky rice.

ข้าวไข่เจียว kâao kài jieow

A quick snack or breakfast, it is an omelet with white rice, often eaten with chilli sauce and cucumber.


A traditional dim sum brunch includes various types of steamed buns such as cha siu bao (a steamed bun filled with barbecue pork), dumplings and rice noodle rolls, which contain a range of ingredients, including beef, chicken, pork, prawns, and vegetarian options. Many dim sum restaurants also... more

ผลไม้ pŏn-lá-máai

Fresh fruit forms a large part of the Thai diet, and are customarily served after a meal as dessert.

ขนมปัง kà-nŏm bpang

Bread is a staple food prepared from a dough of flour and water, usually by baking. Throughout recorded history it has been popular around the world and is one of the oldest artificial foods, having been of importance since the dawn of agriculture.

ซาลาเปาซา saa-laa-bpao

It is a type of steamed, filled, bun or bread-like (i.e. made with yeast) item in various Chinese cuisines, as there is much variation as to the fillings and the preparations. In its bun-like aspect it is very similar to the traditional Chinese mantou. It can be filled with meat and/or... more

ข้าวเหนียวสังขยา kâao nĭeow săng-kà-yăa

Sticky rice served with an egg and coconut custard (coconut jam).