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Telephone:  07554 395450 • email:

4444, Hyde Park Road,

Mutley Plain,


PL3 4RJ, Devon, Hyde Park Road,

Mutley Plain,


PL3 4RJ, Devon   Tel: 01752 661600   email:

Thai cuisine is more accurately described as four regional cuisines, corresponding to the four main regions of the country:

Central Thai cuisine of the flat and wet central rice-growing plains and of Bangkok, site of the former Thai kingdoms of Sukhothai and Ayutthaya, and the Dvaravati culture of the Mon people from before the arrival of Tai groups in the area.

Isan or northeastern Thai cuisine of the more arid Khorat Plateau, similar in culture to Laos and also influenced by Khmer cuisine to its south, as evidenced by the temple ruins from the time of the Khmer Empire.

Northern Thai cuisine of the verdant valleys and cool, forested mountains of the Thai highlands, once ruled by the former Lanna Kingdom and home to the majority of the ethnic groups of Thailand.

Southern Thai cuisine of the Kra Isthmus which is bordered on two sides by tropical seas, with its many islands and including the ethnic Malay, former Sultanate of Pattani in the deep south.

Thai cuisine and the culinary traditions and cuisines of Thailand's neighbors have mutually influenced one another over the course of many centuries. Regional variations tend to correlate to neighboring states (often sharing the same cultural background and ethnicity on both sides of the border) as well as climate and geography. Northern Thai cuisine shares dishes with Shan State in Burma, northern Laos, and also with Yunnan Province in China, whereas the cuisine of Isan (northeastern Thailand) is similar to that of southern Laos, and is also influenced by Khmer cuisine from Cambodia to its south, and by Vietnamese cuisine to its east. Southern Thailand, with many dishes that contain liberal amounts of coconut milk and fresh turmeric, has that in common with Indian, Malaysian, and Indonesian cuisine.[6][7][8] In addition to these four regional cuisines, there is also the Thai royal cuisine which can trace its history back to the cosmopolitan palace cuisine of the Ayutthaya kingdom (1351–1767 CE). Its refinement, cooking techniques, presentation, and use of ingredients were of great influence to the cuisine of the central Thai plains.

Our company has catered at many festivals, such as the Port Eliot Literary Festival and The Kingsbridge Music Festival, both of which were well attended and attracted many people who also love Thai Food!

We have cooked at the British F1 GP at Silverstone, provided food at the Isle of Wight Festival and also at Glastonbury …

We will be attending more festivals, but will also

host any individual outdoor events, so don't  

hesitate to contact us if you are interested, just

Fill in the event booking enquiry or ask any

Questions you may have using the contact form.

We are a company that supports local produce

and our food is all cooked from fresh ingredients.

We even make or own our home-made sauces!

If you have an event, or even want us to cater

for that very special dinner party at your own

home, just get in touch and very soon you could

be enjoying the delights of Thai food !

Sa wat dee ….