Our step-by-step guide on how to make one of our most popular dishes - Massaman Curry. This creamy and flavourful curry is served to the Thai royal family! This traditional Thai curry is not the quickest to make but our simple recipe gives you all the information to perfect this dish in your own kitchen.
An insight into the Thai way of celebrating Valentine's day. With traditions across Thailand on how to show your love and the inspiration behind our Thai tasting menu for Valentine's weekend. Learn all you need to know about how to celebrate Valentine's day true Thai style.
Our group of family-owned restaurants, in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds and Birmingham, might be closed for the time being but that isn't preventing us from providing our guests with a window to Thailand - through our Chaophraya at Home options.
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.