If you’re a foodie and you have a Thailand trip planned, you better prepare yourself for the time of your life. Thailand offers some of the most delectable, wonderfully-spicy cuisine you could ever hope to taste.

If you’re taking a trip to Thailand soon (maybe to attend the first Ormeus Global world meeting in Bangkok!) then you’ll want to print this article and bring it with you. This way you can track down and taste some of the wonderful dishes we’re going to describe to you in this article!

Tom Yum Gung – For Seafood Lovers

If you love soup, and you love seafood, you’re going to love tasting Tom Yum Gun. This creamy soup is filled with shrimp, tomatoes, and mushrooms. It’s seasoned with galangal, lemongrass and lime leaves.

As you can probably imagine, the tartness of tomato and lime balanced with savory shrimp and mushrooms makes for a wonderful combination of spicy and sour-sweet. It’s a flavor that teases all of your taste buds and leaves you wanting for more.

Gang Keow Wan

You might have already tried green curry in the past, but unless you’ve tasted authentic green curry in Thailand, you’ve never had the real thing.

The traditional green curry you’ll find in Thailand is a mixture of bamboo shoots, chicken, and eggplant in coconut milk, spiced with green curry paste, Thai basil, and traditional Thai herbs.

Of course the best way to try authentic Thai curry is on top of a bed of warm rice, so make sure to order plenty of rice on the side!

Gai Pad Pongali

One thing you’ll get very accustomed to tasting while you’re in Thailand is curry. And of course curries come in many colors. Gai Pad Pongali is made with a yellow curry paste mixed in with curdled egg, so expect a wonderful brightly colored dish when you order this one.

If you love onions and peppers, then you’ll love this curry. It’s a savory combination of chicken, onions, peppers and tomatoes. Soaked into the egg-curry paste, expect a mouthful of exquisite flavor with every bite.

Grilled and Fried Meats

One of the best things about walking through the streets of Bangkok is smelling all of the wonderful scents of grilling foods that all of the street vendors offer for sale.

There are a few specialties that you’ll want to sample from those street vendors. One of the most common is Kao Niew Moo Yang, or grilled pork on skewers. You can pick up a small bag of these with rice on just about any street corner in Bangkok.

You can also find Moo Dad Diew, or deep fried pork in sweet soy sauce. Tossed with chili sauce and green onions, you’ll devour these in no time. And you’re sure to come back for more.

Finally, you’ll also want to keep an eye out for Yam Khor Moo Yang, a tender and savory blend of grilled pork cutlets, mixed with onions and flavored with lemon juice and spicy chilies.

Larb Moo

Not everyone likes the taste of liver, but once you try this dish, you may fall in love with it.

Larb Moo is a mix of minced pork and liver, stirred up with onions, chilies, fish sauce, lime juice, and mint leaves.

When you order this from a Bangkok restaurant, you’ll want to order a nice large side of sticky rice to soak up all the liquid!

Eat Well In Thailand

You may have plenty of other reasons to visit, and probably lots to do when you’re there. But you’ll want to make sure to set aside plenty of time to savor the wonderful flavors that you’ll discover while you’re exploring the country of Thailand.

Remember to join Ormeus Global in Bangkok, Thailand, April 16-18, 2018 for our first world meeting. Company leaders, inspirational guest speakers and more join thousands of Ormeus Global Independent Business Owners for three days and nights you’ll remember for years to come. Check your Back Office for details.