Thai Cuisine

About Our Restaurant

Welcome to our little bit of Thailand.


We hope you will enjoy your visit with us and that you will have a pleasant meal. We have strive to make this restaurant as close to the actual experience, as if you were visiting Thailand without the humidity.


Thai food is an original and rich amalgam of aromas, subtle blends of herbs and spices and contrasting textures.  It contains flavors and techniques that are familiar from Chinese, Indian, and Japanese cooking, but they have been so skiullfully combined and refined that the resulting dises have a new and exciting character.

Plese enjoy, if there is anything we can do to make your visit with us more enjouable plese let us know.


Thank you for visiting.  

Herbs used in Thai cooking.

Beneficial properties

Cumin - is considered an effective remedy for indigestion. It is also taken to relieve gas, diarrhea, and cramps.

Garlic - has been used as a medicine and a food since the time of the Egyptian Pharaohs. It fights hardening of the arteries through its proven ability to lower cholesterol. It also has proven antibiotic properties and a mild anti-clotting effect on the blood.

Ginger - Evidence suggests that ginger can help relieve many conditions including: motion sickness, digestive complaints, arthritis, high cholesterol and dangerous blood clots.
Lemongrass - Therapeutic properties include diuretic, anti-flatulence, anti-flu and antibacterial properties are contained in the essential oil of lemongrass.

Mint - is considered by many to be a remedy for indigestion and gas.

Onions - Scientists suspect that onions help prevent cancer not only by putting the breaks on the development of dangerous tumors but also by stomping out harmful bacteria that may cause the start of stomach cancer.

Romaine Lettuce - is one of the best vegetable sources of beta-carotene. A study at the University of Illinois shows that high levels of beta-carotene inhibited the growth of prostate-cancer cells by 50%.
Shallots - a miniature member of the allium family (onions) contain high levels of vitamin A. Just one tablespoon contains 600 IU of vitamin A. This essential nutrient helps keep immunity strong and protects against vision problems such as cataracts.

Sweet basil - is used extensively in aromatherapy for ailments such as stress, migraine, colds and hay fever. It has anti-spasmodic, appetizing and carminative properties. As mentioned, it is quite effective for tension headaches, exhaustion and digestive upsets such as stomach cramps, constipation and diarrhea.

Turmeric - A spice very rich in antioxidants, including a compound called curcumin. In studies, curcumin has been shown to reduce the risk of colon cancer by 58%. Other research suggests it may help prevent skin cancer also. Turmeric has been used for indigestion, gas, bloating, stomach pain, cramps, diarrhea, and bladder inflammation.