Thai House I
Scotch Plains, NJ

Closed Mondays
Tue-Thur 11:30am-9:30pm
Fri-Sat 11:30am-10:00pm
Sun 4:00pm-9:00pm

Thai House II
Warren, NJ

Mon-Thur 11:30am-9:30pm
Fri-Sat 11:30am-10:00pm
Sun 4:00pm-9:00pm
2520 US Highway 22
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
123.456.7890
14 Mount Bethel Road
Warren, NJ 07059
123.456.7890
 

Specialties

Thai House prides itself on bringing you the best in authentic Thai cuisine! Our wide variety of sautéed, fried, and steamed dishes, spanning mild to hot, offers something for every palette and diet.

We're particularly proud of our fine selection of seafood chef's specialties!

Menus

We've recently updated our menu with culinary inspirations gathered during our latest trip to Thailand. We now serve all the same wonderful dishes at both locations.

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Lunch & Dinner Menu

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Thai House I, Scotch Plains, NJ

Lunch & Dinner Menu

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Some of the traditional art deorating our restaurants

More on Thai Cuisine

From Wikipedia», the free encyclopedia.

Thai cuisine is known for its blend of fundamental flavors in each dish - hot (spicy), sour, sweet, salty and bitter. One of the important ingredients is nam pla, a very aromatic and strong tasting fish sauce made from dried anchovies which have been fermented in brine.

Rice is a staple component of Thai cuisine, as it is of most south-east Asian cuisines. Rice or noodle dishes are accompanied by highly aromatic curries, stir-fries and other dishes, incorporating large quantities of chillies, lime juice and lemon grass.

Many Thai dishes use kaffir lime leaves, usually fresh - its characteristic flavour appears in nearly every Thai soup (e.g., the hot and sour tom yam), stir-fry or curry.

In Thai cuisine, kaffir lime is frequently combined with garlic, galangal, ginger and fingerroot, together with liberal amount of chillies. Fresh Thai basil is needed for the authentic fragrance. Other typical ingredients include the small green Thai eggplants, and coconut milk.

Thai food is traditionally eaten with a spoon, not with chopsticks.

Popular Thai dishes include:

  • Tom yam koong - hot and sour soup with seafood
  • Tom yam gai - hot and sour soup with chicken
  • Tom kha gai - hot sweet soup with chicken and coconut
  • Satay - grilled meat served with peanut sauce (originated in Indonesia)
  • Pad Thai - pan-fried rice noodles with various ingredients
  • Red curry (“hot curry”) - made with dried red chillies
  • Green curry - sweet green curry, made with fresh green chillies and flavoured with cumin
  • Yellow (Massaman) curry
  • Som tam - grated papaya salad, pounded with a mortar and pestle
  • “Sticky rice”
  • Larb - various salads containing meat
  • Gai yang - marinated and grilled chicken

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