Thai table etiquette

Thai table etiquette:chopsticks and a spoon are used, rarely a fork. All dishes are made of little pieces – “for just one bite”. Knife is not needed.

Thai people usually eat roasted dishes, such as sea food or stewed and boiled Thai soups and meat dishes. They love fresh fruit and Thai ice cream, that are often put onto wooden sticks, so that they resemble shashliks. Fruit is also served with ice cream as a shake. The food is served on the street or in outdoor restaurants, which are crowded and loud. You can feel the characteristic scent of seasonings and sweet fruit in the air.

If any of you like spicy food, you’ll take it like a duck to water.

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