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Thai Cafe

  • Address: 3309 Rogers Rd., Wake Forest, NC 27587
  • Area: Wake Forest
  • Phone: 919.453.1679

About

In the last twenty-five years, owners Oddy and his sister Kanchana have worked in some of the most successful Thai restaurants in the U.S. The authentic Thai recipes prepared by Oddy and Kanchana are based on the common fare available in and around their home village of Bangpoo, southeast of Bangkok on the Gulf of Thailand. These recipes include the balance of the four basic tastes found in all Thai food – salty, sweet, sour and bitter; plus hot. Careful preparation of the ingredients includes cutting items into smaller pieces so the seasonings cover more surface area. Smaller pieces also retain crispness and fresh flavors when stir-fried. And of course, fresh ingredients are used in every recipe.

  • About

    In the last twenty-five years, owners Oddy and his sister Kanchana have worked in some of the most successful Thai restaurants in the U.S. The authentic Thai recipes prepared by Oddy and Kanchana are based on the common fare available in and around their home village of Bangpoo, southeast of Bangkok on the Gulf of Thailand. These recipes include the balance of the four basic tastes found in all Thai food – salty, sweet, sour and bitter; plus hot. Careful preparation of the ingredients includes cutting items into smaller pieces so the seasonings cover more surface area. Smaller pieces also retain crispness and fresh flavors when stir-fried. And of course, fresh ingredients are used in every recipe.

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    • Dinner Price for Two: $$ $20-$40
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    • Dining Style: Table Service (wait staff)
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