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“Spicy Thai Green Curry” – Mansfield thai Restaurant and Cafe

Spicy Thai Green Curry

“Spicy Thai Green Curry” – one of the most Top of mind dish when you think of Thai cuisine. Made from fresh chillies, coriander, cumin, peppercorns, galangal, shrimp paste, coriander root, kaffir lime, shallots, garlic – and that’s just the PASTE! Absorb all the herbs goodness when you eat Thai food!

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Classic Pad Thai

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Classic Pad Thai – why change the recipe when it’s perfect already?

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The best thai food you can eat

Mansfield Thai Restaurant your local Thai restaurant, here’s a list of all my favorite Thai food:

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Pad Thai

This is the quintessential Thai dish, but it’s often ruined in restaurants around the world, as they standardize it to the point where it becomes generic. Yet I love a good pad thai, and when you veer out of the tourist destinations, it’s easy to find it in Melbourne. Pad thai may be standard fare, but it’s oh so good.

Red Pork Noodle Soup (Kuay Teow Moo Daeng)

By far my favorite Thai dish, this red pork noodle soup is sadly only found in Melbourne. The broth sits for a long time, and health and safety organizations don’t really sign off on kitchens doing that. This dish consists of noodles, a potent and flavorful broth (made from boiled pork bones and onions), sprouts, bok choy, and slices of red pork. You can eat it a few ways, and I eat mine with a little fish sauce (sour), a few spoonfuls of sugar (sweet), and a small amount of chili.

Kai Jeow

This Thai omelette is my breakfast of choice. It’s egg mixed with fish sauce and chilies, cooked in oil, served atop white rice, and slathered in sweet chili sauce. I never would have imagined egg, rice, and sweet chili sauce would work together, but they do. It’s the breakfast of champions.

Pad Kra Pao

Minced pork or chicken stir fried with basil and chilies and served over rice. This dish is a favorite of mine — but only when I’m looking for something with a little kick. Even if you get them to make it “not spicy,” for a Thai that only means two chilies, and I end up trying hard not to breathe fire. It’s a common dish, but I prefer mine from the night markets and street stalls, where they tend to mince and chop the meat a little more finely than in restaurants.

Chicken Soup

As the books have told you, chicken soup is good for the soul — and the Thai version is good for your tastes buds too. Thai chicken soup is exactly like any other chicken soup, but the broth (made with chicken bones, onions, ginger, and garlic), just like the pork noodle soup broth, sits out there for a while collecting all those delicious flavors. It’s a taste explosion in your mouth. I also love putting some basil, fish sauce, and sugar in it.

Pad See Ew

This is a dish of fat rice noodles cooked with eggs, chicken, and bok choy. The noodles are darkened with a soy sauce that adds lots of flavor to the otherwise bland noodles. The noodles are quite sticky, and when you pick them up on your fork, you usually get about half the dish too.

Som Tam

This dish is a staple of Thai cuisine, and you can’t throw a stone without hitting a dozen som tam sellers. Shaved papaya is tossed in a mortar and pestle with carrots, peanuts, tomatoes, string beans, palm sugar, fish sauce, and a whole lot of chilies. It’s as delicious and amazing as it is fiery. It’s so spicy, I simply don’t get it made with any chilies. As it’s used throughout the day, the mortar is coated with chili pieces and seeds, so when they make mine, the residue coats my dish with enough spice for me. But I often put up with the fiery taste, because it’s just so delicious. You want to stop eating it, but you can’t.

Mango Sticky Rice

This delicious dish combines sweet mangos, sticky rice, and coconut cream syrup. It’s incredibly sweet, and the mango and cream sauce makes it a great snack or desert.

Massaman Curry

Chicken Massaman Curry With Wheat Beer and Potatoes Recipe

This is a southern Thai dish that is Muslim in origin. The dish usually contains coconut milk, roasted peanuts or cashews, potatoes, bay leaves, cardamom pods, cinnamon, palm sugar, fish sauce, chili, and tamarind sauce. I typically have it with chicken, and it also comes with a side of rice. Massaman is my favorite curry. I love the thick, nutty flavor of the sauce and the overall heartiness of the dish. I mean, I love anything that has to do with potatoes, and the overall mix of the flavors leaves me very satisfied.

Tom Yum

Tom yum soup is a spicy, clear soup that will burn the roof of your mouth off. I have it very rarely — only when I want something with a little kick, because even when I order it “not spicy,” I still have trouble eating it. Tom yum is characterized by its distinct hot-and-sour flavor. The basic broth is made of stock, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice, fish sauce, and crushed chili peppers. You add your meat of choice, though the most popular is tom yum kung (shrimp).

Thai Iced Tea
OK, not really a “food,” but there’s no drink more sweet and more delicious than Thai lemon iced tea. This dark tea mixed with sugar and limes is sweet, delicious, and just a little tart. I drink a few of these everyday and have been known to drink the whole thing in one gulp.

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Can You Find “Perfectly Blended Thai Foods” in Melbourne

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One of the favorite things cherished by Thai food lovers in Melbourne is how each dish can blend seamlessly into the next one. For instance, you placed an order for Prawn Snow Pea (a dish featuring Stir fried snow pea and king prawns with special sauce, onion, shallot and tomatoes) while your partner ordered the Awesome duck (Red curry base with white sauce combined becomes pink sauce with lychees or pineapple), you can easily share with each other. And enjoy the beautiful combination of flavours without one overwhelming the other.

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But the question is: Is there anything like a perfect blend in Thai cuisine? The answer, of course, is subjective to everyone. No doubt, there are certain foods that combine more readily with one another and that’s easy to see because peanut butter goes well with jelly than it goes with lamb. Some of the best Thai restaurants in Melbourne serve their client few combinations of Thai cuisines which is difficult to find in this world. When you’re looking for depth of flavor and Thai food combos that truly complement one another, visit Mansfield and treat your taste buds with traditional cuisines and combos.

Below are mentioned suggestions that you must keep in mind to know the Thai food combinations:

Bold — In the starters go with Tempura Veggies. It’s an incredible combination of flavors that are served with mouthwatering Thai mayo. You can add shrimp for an extra bit of something special. After this, you can plan to taste Honey Ginger Duck which is topped with the incredible honey ginger sauce and served with crispy sweet potatoes. You will surely find this combination delicious and savory. End things off with fried bananas and coconut pineapple ice cream.

Balanced — For a perfectly balanced Thai food diet, start with grilled thai salad. In this, you will get a choice of chicken or pork served with spring mix, julienned veggies, wonton strips, and finger licking lime vinaigrette. Next, you can try the finger-licking Kao Pad known as Jasmine Fried Rice that features baby corn, cilantro, scallions, and egg as added ingredients. Finish things off with a lemon or raspberry cheesecake bite for a perfectly balanced dinner!

Exciting — Upon your visit to any Thai restaurant in Melbourne, order Tom Yum Spicy and Sour Soup as a starter. Make sure to add shrimp which gives you a fresh and exciting flavor. Then try Kao Pad Sub Pa Rod (Pineapple Fried Rice) that’s finished with cashews and raisins. This specialty of this unique dish is its flavor for which people are often crazy. The perfect way to finish things off is with a Strawberry Chocolate Wonton that’s dusted with vanilla sugar and stuffed with cream cheese.

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The above mentioned suggestions are only a tip. Plan your day out and visit the best Thai restaurant in Melbourne and ask your server which foods he or she prefers to pair with one another or choose a combination of your own.

Chicken Massaman Curry With Wheat Beer and Potatoes Recipe

Massaman curry – Calling all Beef Curry Lovers! | Mansfield Thai restaurant

Massaman curry

Calling all Beef Curry Lovers!

Have you tried our Massaman curry packed full of great herbs and spices? It is better here for great meals with good value 😉👌🙂

There is a lot of history in food. Take Massaman Curry at Mansfield Thai restaurant

Chunky tender beef slowly cooked in coconut cream, mild curry paste, pineapple, Thai herbs with potatoes and onions.

Chicken Massaman Curry With Wheat Beer and Potatoes Recipe


Experience the taste of Traditional Thai Food in Melbourne

At Mansfield Thai restaurant, we create unique and healthy Thai dishes like no one else does but also maintain Thai traditional cooking techniques in order to be the place for Thai food lovers to achieve a better healthy life.

The best Thai Restaurant Melbourne with original exotic flavors and fragrances. Book your table now and savor the irresistible Thai delights at Mansfield Thai restaurant.

Mansfield Thai Restaurant name has come all the way from Sydney to give you the best taste of Authentic & fusion food in the town.

Mansfield Thai Restaurant is a Thai restaurant that’s been serving great food to Melbourne and the Suburbs like Mansfield, Mount Buller, Benalla, Alexandra, Bonnie Doon.

Mansfield Thai restaurant and cafe uncovers authentic, culturally diverse food and culture around Mansfield.


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Our chefs come from Thailand & can produce authentic dishes, (hot mild or medium) or cook it according To your taste buds.

While there are many other food dish variations, Mansfield Thai concentrates on the most popular range in stir-fried dishes, noodles, salads, soups and has therefore limited our range of curries to just the more popular five, as offering a good representation of the varieties generally available.

A comprehensive selection of fresh herbs also contribute to the unique dishes that brand themselves as Thai, including coriander, garlic, turmeric, galangal, lemongrass, cardamom, basil, kaffir lime and pandanus leaves are popular fragrant spices.

Mansfield Thai restaurant and cafe is the place to enjoy finest Thai food. Thai restaurant in Melbourne Australia, offering freshest quality seasonal produce that is prepared to order.

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