It’s not surprising that Thai cooking presents some of the tastiest food available. Now London’s 101 Thai Kitchen is offering an opportunity for you to learn the art of preparing some of these dishes in the style of Isaan cuisine.
Isaan cuisine is much loved all over Thailand but Isaan cooking is quite different from that of any part of Thailand. The food tends to be more spicy using lots of fresh and dried chilies. Eating in Isaan, or even in Thailand, is a very social event. Families and friends will sit on the floors and many dishes will be shared by all diners. Sticky rice is the main staple food of the Isaan, Northern and the Lao people and it is eaten throughout the day, even for breakfast!
Now you can learn to cook Tom Yum Kung and Papaya Salad on a special course which takes place on Saturday 4th March at the 101 Thai Kitchen in London. Spaces are strictly limited to 12 places and will cost £30 per person.
All profits from this course will be donated to Aid For Japan to support orphans of the 2011 Tsunami. www.aidforjapan.co.uk
Thai Cooking Course Details
Date: Saturday 4th March 2017
Time: 9:30am – 11:30am
Venue: 101 Thai Kitchen
352 King St. London
Reservations: To reserve a place please call Pat at the 101 Thai Kitchen on 07900-812-607. Please note that there are only 12 places available.
101, known by Thais as Roi Et is a city in the heart of Isaan or North East Thailand. Roi Et is famous for the tall standing Buddha and a large Bueng Palan Chai lake in the centre of the city. It’s also renowned for its silk and Jasmine rice, which is enjoyed by people all over the world.