You’ll be whipping up this tangy Thai soup all season long
21-Dec / 0 COMMENTS
This is definitely the season for a warm, comforting bowl of chicken soup. Personally, it’s our go-to food for a snowy winter day…and just about any other day. You can always go the classic noodle route, but we’d rather tuck into a steaming bowl of Tom Kha Gai. This tasty ...
Eat turtle in Thailand and don’t be surprised if this ...
17-Dec / 0 COMMENTS
According to Thai superstition, some interesting things can happen depending on what you eat. Ask anyone in the country and they’ll likely give you a few helpful pointers on how to consume a tasty meal without seriously jeopardizing your luck. We picked some of our favorites old superstitions that might ...
How to Throw Your Very Own Full Moon Party
07-Dec / 0 COMMENTS
Anyone who has ever even thought about traveling in Thailand has likely heard of its famous full moon beach parties in Haad Rin. Though these raucous nights might be more famous for their thumping music and psychedelic substances, we can’t help but agree that the Thailand moon is pretty inspiring. ...
Happy Vajiravudh Day!
26-Nov / 0 COMMENTS
Happy Vajiravudh Day, friends! This is a fairly important Thai holiday, and commemorates the passing of King Vajiravudh in 1925. It’s also a great opportunity to remember the numerous contributions King Vajiravudh made to modern Thai society. Though he only lived to 45, King Vajiravudh was the creator of Siamese ...
We’ve never seen a Thai recipe like this!
19-Nov / 0 COMMENTS
While browsing fun and funky Thai recipes we came across this particularly interesting twist on pumpkin pie. It could be a gamble, but if this sugary coconut milk custard comes out properly, we think this might become our new fall favorite. The recipe itself sounds simple as can be, and ...
Seven Thai Spices Your Kitchen Can’t Live Without!
11-Nov / 0 COMMENTS
Thai cooking is packed with powerful, yet perfectly mingled flavors. It’s also heavy on fresh, pure ingredients – making it both super healthy and super delicious. We’ve talked a little bit about easy Thai recipes so far on this blog, but maybe we got ahead of ourselves. Before you can ...
Why are Thai ghosts so hungry? Keep reading!
01-Nov / 0 COMMENTS
Happy Day of the Dead, Khao Sarn fans! Though Thailand doesn’t traditionally celebrate this ghostly day on November 1, Chinese communities in cities like Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai do have their own spooky festivities. The most well known is Phuket’s Por Tor, or the Hungry Ghost Festival. On ...
Happy Halloween from Khao Sarn!
31-Oct / 0 COMMENTS
Wow, what a fantastic holiday! We love seeing our faithful customers dressed up as witches and werewolves. You’re all so creative! Thailand Halloween celebrations might not be as big and bad as those here in the U.S., but we still know how to toast the dearly departed. If you check ...
So what exactly does the name Khao Sarn mean?
25-Oct / 0 COMMENTS
The Aramthip family open its first traditional Thai restaurant in 1999. Named Tamarind House, the restaurants served up tasty, homemade Thai dishes that proved to be a hit with diners — and was even lucky enough to serve famed chef Julia Child! As Tamarind House continued to grow, it became ...
Here are five reasons why we love Thailand! What are yours?
22-Oct / 0 COMMENTS
We might be biased, but to us Thailand is one of the most amazing countries on earth. There is just so much to love about our beautiful and historic homeland. Picking our top five was difficult, and that’s why we want you to share your thoughts, too. If you’ve lived ...