111 Thailand

Thai cuisine is renowned for its exquisite curries and exotic flavours; this week PJ and Sora taste both familiar and new Thai delights. In Oakville at Thai, Satay & More, Sora savors Tiger Shrimp Satay Skewers while in downtown Toronto, PJ tries a refreshing Green Mango Salad at the Salad King. From the familiar, they move on to more exotic dishes; Haw Mok Pla, a fish custard served in banana leaf cups and the Durian, a fruit which smells awful and tastes wonderful.

Eating Out:
Salad King, 335 Yonge Street, Toronto, 416-971-7041  
Lemongrass Thai Restaurant, 3329 Lakeshore Blvd, Etobicoke, 416-259-7004
Thai Satay & More, 187 Cross Avenue, Oakville, 905-338-7934
My–Thai, 21 John Street North, Hamilton, 905–526–8373
Vinapha Lanna, 471 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, 416–484–0895
Satay on the Road, 1572 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, 416–440-0679
Bali Thai, 826 Queenston Road, Stoney Creek, 905–664–8431
Sue’s Thai Food, 414 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto, 416–531–8822
Thai Paradise, 35 Baldwin Street, Toronto, 416–351–1368

Vientiane Supermarket, 2 Bradstock Road, North York – 416-743-2911
K & K Tropical Fruit, 298A Spadina Avenue, Toronto – 416-979-3435

Read more about our guests in Mary Luz Mejia's columns:
The Root Cause of Flavour
Exotic Thai Tastes
The Salad King's Freshness Factor
Thai Tastebud Tune-Up

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