We're shaking up a storm with our zero waste cocktail this month! Using Flor de Cana, we're taking part in the sustainable cocktail challenge to minimise food waste and help fight climate change this July.
In Thailand, food is enjoyed together. With our celebratory banquet style menus, we've got something for all your party to enjoy. From our most popular traditional Thai dishes rich in flavour and in history to our contemporary finishes, our set menus won't disappoint.
Purchasing the perfect gift isn't always easy, especially when buying for those who have everything! We have complied a short list of our favourite Chaophraya gifts, that can be bought online, to make things a little easier. From traditional Thai cooking school to personalised gift vouchers, look no further.
A step-by-step guide on how to make traditional Thai fishcakes that are served across all of our Chaophraya restaurants. This is a simple traditional Thai food recipe that's a little different to what you may have tried before - but, equally as delicious!
Read about Kim's story in Thailand and how herself and Martin have created a multi-brand Thai restaurant group that's going from strength to strength. Starting small isn't always easy but with two entrepreneurial spirits and unwavering passion, Chaophraya is only going in the right direction.
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!
A spicy, refreshing and flavoursome traditional Thai dish perfect for the spring and summer months. Papaya Salad is served in all of our Chaophraya restaurants and is known and loved across the country. Find out how to make this crunchy salad for you to enjoy at home.
Part 2 of our Thai tour! Did you read our first blog on what to see in Thailand? We can't let you go without knowing all there is about scuba-diving, festivals and exploring the island whilst star-gazing on beautiful beaches. Read about the best tourism tips when visiting the Land of Smiles.
With staycations on the cards, we're filling you in on all you need to know for when the gates reopen and your tickets to Thailand are booked! Part 1 of our 'Tour in Thailand' telling you everything about the hottest destinations for sight seeing, trying the best street food there is and much more!