Thai Square Richmond – A Favorite Spot For Rugby Players & Supporters in LondonDate :September 10, 2015
On 24th august 2015, Thai Square Richmond hosted a private party just before the Premiership Rugby 7s series. The dinner was hosted by Singha beer, an official partner of Premiership Rugby.
If you are a player, supporter or a tour manager then your hunt is over. If you want to hire a place close to the famous Twickenham Rugby stadium in London, there is no better place than Thai square Richmond. You are welcome to Thai square for a friendly drink after the match or before it.
Thai Square Richmond is just a few minutes walk from Twickenham stadium. This place offers great food with a wide range of cocktails. Both the Rugby codes,Union and League, are played in London. London has many domestic teams. Twickenham stadium hosts international matches for England. The World of Rugby Museum is located within the stadium. Twickenham stadium is located in South West London. Rugby league takes place between February and October, while you can witness Rugby union between September and May.
Rugby is the most popular sport in London both in terms of participants and spectators. People turn up with great enthusiasm to watch the match.
Thai square Richmond is a suitable venue for a wide range of events. It has a capacity to hold wedding receptions, meetings or parties. The lavish menu and drinks are a cherry on the cake. You think of a Thai dish and they have it in their menu. There is a variety of sizzling snacks to marry the drinks and a lavish dinner to leave your guests amazed. It has a good seating capacity to accommodate the guests.
Kitchen and catering facilities are excellent. There is immense choice of seafood and curries. You can also opt for stir-fried dishes. Weeping Tiger is chargrilled-marinated sirloin of beef,which is served with Thai Square’s secret recipe chili sauce. This recipe is a favourite among all. For the convenience of the guests Thai square Richmond has Platinum and Gold set menu, which includes four course and three course meals. The amazing choice of food leaves an everlasting impression on the guests.
So, if you are thinking of Rugby, then Thai Square Richmond is the synonym for it in London.
Rugby World Cup 2015 schedule is out now. It is kicking off on Friday 18th September. Book a table now before the match.
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4 Thai Dishes You can Easily Make at HomeDate :August 27, 2015
It is believed that Thai dishes need a lot of preparation and effort to cook. Let us burst these myths and tell you a few easy to cook recipes. Just keep a few things in stock like sweet chili sauce, fish sauce, ginger, garlic and herbs. All these ingredients are easily available in the market. Fish sauce is a dark, pungent liquid, which adds a salty and savory flavor to the dish. Both these sauces can be kept for a long time.
1. Grilled chicken with honey, lime and sriracha
Sriracha is an Asian sauce named after the city of Sri acha in Thailand. Chicken pieces are marinated in honey lime juice, ginger and Sriracha sauce. You can also add garlic and soya sauce. Now keep aside for a few hours. Let the marinade seep in. Now put it in skewers and roast. Your dish is ready to eat.
2. Thai crunchy salad with peanut dressing
This salad is made with crisp Napa cabbage and vegetables, which are crunchy. The ingredient, which makes it a beloved, is the peanut dressing. The vegetables you can use are carrots, cucumber, bell peppers, purple cabbage, edamame and Napa cabbage. Shred all these vegetables. Now add a peanut dressing which is readily available in the market. This salad can be made more wholesome by adding shrimps or shredded chicken.
3. Coconut shrimp
This dish is Simple to cook and good to eat. Take shrimps, which have been deveined and cleaned. You can also buy deveined shrimps. Take beaten egg. Dip the shrimps in eggs and then in coconut. Now, deep-fry the shrimps till golden brown and crispy. Serve with sweet chili sauce.
4. Salmon fillets
Marinate the salmon fillets in soy sauce, ginger and sweet chili sauce. Arrange these fillets on a baking tray. Don’t forget to pour the marinate left in the bowl over the fillets. Now bake till a golden crust is formed. You can also keep aside a little marinade to be served as a dip.Read More →
How To Prepare Pad Kra Pow Crispy TofuDate :August 9, 2015
Thailand is a beautiful place to visit. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations. With so much to do there, one thing is a must. You must know what to eat. In local language we call it Thai pad kra pao crispy tofu but you can call it Thai basil tofu as well. It goes well with noodles or rice.
With its amazing taste and quick recipe it has come up as the most loved street food of Thailand. Time taken to prepare it is about 15 minutes or less.
Ingredients of Pad Kra Pow Crispy Tofu
1) Tofu- Cut the tofu into small bite sized pieces.
2) Garlic and ginger – peeled and crushed with mortar and pestle. Do not mince them finely as it loses its flavour in the juice.
4) Holy basil – plucked
5) Oyster sauce, light soy sauce, dark soy sauce
Procedure of Pad Kra Pow Crispy Tofu
1) Heat your wok on high heat and add about 1 tablespoon of oil to the pan.
2) When the oil is hot, add the chilies and garlic. Stir them for about 30 seconds.
3) Toss the tofu pieces carefully as they tend to crumble.
4) Add 1 teaspoon of oyster sauce, ½ teaspoon light soy sauce, ½ teaspoon sugar, and dark soy sauce. Keep stir frying for about another 30 seconds.
5) Grab a handful of holy basil, toss it into the pan, fold it, and then immediately turn off the heat (if you’re using an electric stove, you’ll want to remove the pan from the burner). The holy basil only needs to cook for 5 seconds.
This dish can be accompanied with noodles. The garnishing can be done with egg, cottage cheese or even fresh basil.Read More →