Learn how to make Chicken Satay - a well-known and well-loved dish across the globe. For all you foodies out there wanting a taste of Thailand on this year’s staycation, we’ve chosen to share our Chaophraya chicken satay recipe for you to try home so that you don’t miss a thing.
Chaophraya Glasgow is located just off Buchanan Street within the busy city centre. With 4 floors we are officially the largest Thai restaurant in Europe, not only that but the building itself is that of the old Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.
A traditional Thai starter recipe for you to try at home. Everybody loves curry but not everybody loves the heat, so we’ve gone for something that’s sure to please the whole household this month - Sweetcorn Cakes ‘Tord Man Khao Pohd’!
Our Tum Yum recipe at Chaophraya is a traditional Thai recipe which is served across the world. This hot and sour soup is one that will kick off the cold for sure. Tom Yum originated in Central Thailand but is widely eaten across the whole of the country and who can blame them!
This week we are bringing you a refreshing cocktail off our new drink menu. We have made our twist on the Bramble. The Bramble is a cocktail created by Dick Bradsell in 1980s London, England. Best described as a spring cocktail, the Bramble brings together dry gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup, crème de mûre, and crushed ice.
We have one for vegan’s this week. We want to give you a delicious recipe for you to try at home that isn’t costly, is easy to make and is good for the stomach as it is for the soul! A traditional Chaophraya recipe of stir-fried mushrooms, sautéed with ginger, spring onions and red bell pepper.
This dish is a true Thai classic combining the fragrant flavours of Thai basil with minced chicken and chilli. When it Thailand expect to see this dish sold on a lot of Thai street food stalls - it's as authentic as Thai dishes come and it's incredibly tasty!
Our authentic and delicious Thai recipes from Chaophraya are all made by Khun Kim, our founder. We want to give you the opportunity to try a few in the comfort of your own home. This month we’re sharing our ever-loved Thai Green Curry recipe which is one that all the family will love. It does have a little kick, this traditional Thai dish is simple and delicious.
During Songkran, people travel across the globe to spend time with their family and friends and immerse themselves in water fights and street parties that last nearly a whole week! Songkran is also known as The Water Festival which is to celebrate water as a ritual of cleansing the soul and washing away negativity from the past year, so we suppose there is a meaningful explanation as to why the water guns are out!