Time to try out the special and delicious Thai desserts

Traditional Thai dessert is remarkably different from the Western style desserts in taste, texture and presentation. They are mostly made of sticky rice, coconut and black beans, etc. and there are different varieties of Thai desserts.

As the best Thai restaurant in London, Thai Square Group offers different genuine Thai desserts to all of our customers. If you want to know more about Thai desserts, here is a guide introducing a range of Thai desserts that you should try for your next visit at Thai Square Restaurants.

Khanom Gluay

Although it is also known as ‘Steamed Banana Cake’, it is completely different from the cakes that we usually buy from a patisserie, especially in terms of its presentation. Khanom Gluay is an authentic Thai dessert made with bananas, sticky rice, and shredded coconut as well. What makes this dessert so distinctive and special is its green colour, which is a result of being soaked in Pandanus leaves in cool water. It is comparatively less sweet than other desserts, and hence, it may be a better choice if you are looking for a healthy and delicious dessert.

Khanom Jark

While most of the Thai desserts are made with sticky rice, Khanom Jark is made with flour instead. It is a mixture of coconut meat, flour, sugar and salt, and it is grilled with the palm leaves at the end. This is a Thai dessert that you should try when you are dining in the Thai Square Restaurants, the best Thai restaurant London.

Khao Tom Mud
Known in England as Banana Leaf Sticky Rice, it is one of the most popular Thai desserts among the Thai food lovers. Wrapped in banana leaves, this dessert is a combination of sweet black beans, banana, coconut milk and sticky rice. The texture of the sweet black beans is a wonderful addition to the chewy sticky rice in this dessert.
Khao Lam

The preparation of making a delicious Khao Lam is more complicated than other Thai desserts. It involves stuffing a bamboo pole with sticky rice and black beans that are already sweetened by the coconut syrup. Roasting the sticky rice inside the bamboo stick will give an unique texture and taste to the dessert. Once it is fully roasted, we will use a strong knife to open it.

Khao Neow Toorien

This is a dessert crafted from sticky rice that includes a serving of durian surrounded by a thick coconut cream syrup.
The durian alone makes this a remarkable dessert and one that will have you coming back for more. If you are looking for a dessert made with durian, you should try this out when you are visiting Thai Square Restaurants, the best Thai restaurant in London.

Khao Neow Moon

Also called Coloured Sticky Rice, this is a simple combination of sugar, coconut milk, and a selection of sticky rice. The name comes from the variations in colour of the sticky rice in this traditional Thai
dessert. It is often served with freshly cut mango.

Khao Neow Ma Muang

One of the most common Thai desserts served in the best Thai restaurant London, this wonderful combination of sticky rice and sweet mango covered with coconut cream syrup, is a tasty treat, indeed.

If you would like to try out some of the mouth-watering Thai desserts, you must visit Thai Square Restaurants, the finest Thai restaurant in London now. We serve the best authentic Thai desserts that you cannot find in other places. Book your table now, Thai Square is one of the best places to eat in London with your family and friends.

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