Nowadays, it could be a struggle to have fine Thai traditional dessert for your leisure, even in Bangkok. It is not only a matter of current trends in confectionery and people’s changing taste, it is also the fact that Thai traditional dessert is one of the demanding traditions for practitioners and culinary enthusiasts. WAAN THAI, the Thai dessert cafe in Thonglor, Bangkok, would like to present ourselves as your must-go-to for your Thai desserts craving. With these 5 splendid traditional Thai desserts menus, we would like to welcome every dessert enthusiast to enjoy their leisure time at WAAN THAI.
The bluish green color, known as ‘Khieo Khai Kar’ (crows egg green) in Thai, might be interpreted as a depiction of serenity and quietude, as WAAN THAI would want to welcome you to the green sanctuary within Bangkok’s metro metropolitan backdrop. Your images at WAAN THAI will undoubtedly capture the café ambience with this major topic, providing the tranquil backdrop mood for camera and photo enthusiasts to explore with their ideas incessantly.
The well-known Thai dessert, maybe one of the most well-known, is a particular meal with its own distinct scent and texture. Sticky rice, a specific type of locally cultivated rice from Chiang Rai in northern Thailand known as ‘Khao Nieo Khieo Ngu,’ is cooked and blended with coconut milk and sugar, a delicate technique according to the traditional method. Paired with mango parfait, which combines the creamy richness of the mousse with the delicate sourness of the mango, one’s palate will be met with a satisfying combination found only in this recreated classic dish at WAAN THAI Bangkok.
Although the rhombus-shaped Pandanus Pudding is an old Thai delicacy that everyone is familiar with, Waan Thai’s distinctive uniqueness is the invention inspired by a sincere love of sweets. Concentrating on the process of selecting the best raw materials; whether the picking of sweet young coconut that well-blended with burnt coconut shell producing the distinctive scent; or the lengthy hours spent on stirring the flour to make it tastes sweet with sticky soft and smooth texture. Top with shredded coconut mixed with salt for a contrast of soft and salty. Set to serve with sweet and aromatic egg white cream topping making this menu a hidden gem of sweets that only accessible at Waan Thai
Baked Taro Thai Custard Mille-feuille has the best crunchy and soft flavors. Fill mille-feuille puff pastry with a fresh form of classic baked Thai custard. A golden-brown Thai custard made with starchy taro and eggs, flour, coconut milk, and the obligatory fried shallots. To entice a sweet craving, the flavor of sweetness is jaggery. To boost the delectability, the filling is sandwiched between three layers of crispy mille-feuille puff pastry. Garnish the top layer with taro chips – drizzle with jaggery caramel and flower petals for a colorful finish. Only at WAAN THAI that you can enjoy the incomparable crispness of mille-feuille and the delicate smoothness of Thai custard.
This novel presentation is a blend of Thai sweets and spherical tart dough, inspired by the delicacy of traditional muskmelons in coconut milk. Muskmelons mousse in a circular dome packed with muskmelons combined with delicious simmering coconut milk sauce. Placed on a crisp tart base and topped with an Italian meringue cream and gold leaf. Only at Waan Thai will you find the right balance of sweet and cool flavors.
When ‘Tarn’ or sugar palm is mixed with coconut milk, flour, sugar, and other ingredients and baked according to the old Sukhothai recipe, one gets ‘Khanom Tarn Tanode,’ the traditional cake, known in English as Toddy Palm Cake, with a gentle scent and tender texture. WAAN THAI Bangkok provides Toddy Palm Cake packed with custard cream, which accentuates the characteristic firmness and soft flavor of the palm cake. To give the meal a distinct look, the cake is decorated with shredded coconut.
WAAN THAI would like to welcome everyone who likes to experience and capture the traditional Thai desserts in the vintage Thai moods and tones.
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