In this article, we cover the best Thai food for beginners. When visiting Thailand, or any other country, one of the major things is to explore the local cuisine. However, for many, exploring new flavours and ingredients can be scary and often we stick to what we are familiar with. And we can’t ignore the fact that Thai food can be overwhelming due to its heavily spiced dishes and not-so-common ingredients such as intestines. Luckily, Thai cuisine is broad and does not always have to be ridiculously spicy and herby. With the following Thai food for beginners recommendations, you can still explore the Thai cuisine when you’re travelling through Thailand. 

All the Thai food we recommend can be found at the majority of Thai restaurants. We do recommend spicy Thai food as well, so if you solely search for non-spicy Thai food, we suggest you read
our article about the best non-spicy Thai food. If you travel with kids, check out our article about the best Thai food for kids.

We first recommend the most common Thai dishes that the majority of other websites also recommend, however, after the first thirteen recommended dishes, we dive deeper in not-so-common Thai dishes that we believe are still excellent Thai food for beginners. We give each dish a score based on its spiciness and its accessibility towards the Western taste palate. The lower the score of the spiciness, the lower amount of spiciness. The higher the score of the accessibility, the easier it is for a beginner to try this type of Thai food. With that being said, let’s jump in our most recommended Thai food for beginners.

 

The best Thai food for beginners are:

 

1. Pad Thai


Although we almost hate to recommend Pad Thai as perhaps the best Thai food for beginners, we can’t ignore the popularity and the accessible flavours of this hugely popular dish among foreigners. Why do we almost hate to recommend Pad Thai? It’s because foreigners often think that Pad Thai is the most important Thai dish there is but is in fact far less popular than you might think. And in our opinion, it does not represent the five basic flavours of the Thai cuisine, namely sour, sweet, spicy, salt and savoury (umami). Only by adding a squeeze of lime juice and a teaspoon of dry chilli flakes, Pad Thai gets slightly the correct five flavours of the Thai Cuisine. With that being said, Pad Thai is the ultimate Thai food for beginners as it’s non-spicy and has a familiar taste almost similar to Western dishes. If you’re planning to visit Thailand, make sure to read our article about the best Pad Thai in Bangkok, where we also wrote a bit of history about how this dish became so internationally famous. 

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

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The most ideal Thai food for beginners: Pad Thai.
 

2. Khao Soi 


Ask an ex-pat or a long-stay tourist what her or his favourite Thai dish is and many of them will reply with Khao Soi. Khao Soi is the most popular Northern Thai dish, especially among foreigners. This bright curry is creamy, slightly spicy, served with noodles and often with a chicken drumstick and topped with crispy fried noodles for that extra crunch and texture. What you will see in this article is that the Thai cuisine is influenced by other cultures, for example, the Isaan-region is heavily influenced by the Laotian cuisine and the Northern Thai cuisine is heavily influenced by the Burmese cuisine. Khao Soi originates from a Chinese Muslim minority and because of this, the spices that are being used are less spicy and much more herby, making it good Thai food for beginners. Khao Soi is served with shallots, pickled mustard greens and lime so that you can adjust the flavour to your preference. When you order Pad Thai, you can adjust the flavour with crushed peanuts, chilli flakes, sugar, fish sauce and vinegar. See it as the Thai equivalent of pepper and salt. If you’re planning to visit Chiang Mai, make sure to read our article about the best Khao Soi in Chiang Mai.

Level of spiciness: 2/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

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One of the most popular Thai dishes among foreigners: Khao Soi.
 

3. Khao Pad (Sapparot)


Before we jump into more unusual, yet incredibly tasty Thai food for beginners, we cover all-time favourites for foreigners such as Khao Pad, which is fried rice. There are countless different versions of Thai fried rice to think of, but the concept is always the same: (old) rice being stir-fried with a bit of diced vegetables, a choice of protein, soy sauce, oyster sauce, garlic and an egg. This hearty comforting dish can be found at every Thai restaurant and at many street food vendors, due to its simplicity. Personally, we have two favourite versions, namely one Fried Rice with Crab and Pineapple Fried Rice (Khao Pad Sapparot). If you do want to spice things up a little bit, fried rice is always served with a dipping sauce named Prik Nam Pla, which is sliced chillies in fish sauce and lime. 

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Pineapple Fried Rice

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Crab Fried Rice.
 

4. Chicken Cashew


Another hugely popular Thai dish among foreigners is Chicken Cashew. Why it’s so popular? Chicken Cashew is mostly savoury and slightly sweet and has similar flavours of that what foreigners are used to in their home country with no excessive use of herbs. This dish is mainly flavoured with soy sauces, oyster sauce, salt, pepper and sugar. Chicken Cashew is often stir-fried, but there are versions of it where the chicken is coated in a batter, which we personally love even more. This Thai dish is served with chillies but the chillies are not crazy spicy and due to their large size, easy to pick out. 

Level of spiciness: 1/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

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Chicken Cashew, ideally Thai food for beginners.
 

5. Papaya Salad - Som Tam Thai


Although this dish can be extremely spicy for beginners, we must recommend this Thai dish as it’s by far the most popular Thai dish. Some Thai eat it literately twice a day. Papaya Salad is made of sliced green papaya, garlic, dried shrimp, tomatoes and roasted peanuts and is seasoned with fish sauce, limes, palm sugar and most importantly, chillies. Now, as this popular salad is always made from scratch, you can easily order the papaya salad without any or just one chilli, making it Thai food for beginners. The combination of the sweetness, sourness and spiciness is what makes this dish so popular. Make sure to order Som Tam Thai (the Thai version of Papaya Salad) as in some regions in Thailand, they add Pla Ra to the salad, which is fermented fish. This ingredient is so smelly and many foreigners can’t handle the taste and smell. 

Level of spiciness: 5/5 (depending on how many chillies you add, but typical Som Tam is spicy)
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5 

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All-time-favourite Thai dish: Som Tam (Papaya Salad)
 

6. Satay


Satay, which actually originates from Malaysia, does not need a long explanation as it’s an internationally known dish. You can find Thai satay mostly at local restaurants and street food vendors as it’s so cheap. Thai Satay is much sweeter than Malaysian or Indonesian Satay, making it an excellent Thai dish for beginners and kids. The marinated, grilled skewers are served with mild peanut sauce and often with sliced toasted bread. Although we believe there are much more interesting Thai dishes to find, it’s good to know as a beginner that these dishes are available in Thailand. 

Level of spiciness: 0/5 
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Who does not love Satay?
 

7. Tom Yum Goong


One of the most popular Thai dishes is Tom Yum Goong, but with its level of spiciness not always the ideal Thai food for beginners. Nonetheless, many foreigners absolutely love it and if you do can handle a bit of chilli, Tom Yum Goong should be on your top list of things to try in Thailand. Tom Yum is a sour and spicy soup with prawns (Goong) and thanks to its herbs such as galangal, lemongrass, fish sauce, lime juice and kaffir lime leaves, addictively delicious. There are two different versions available, namely Tom Yum Nam Khon and Tom Yum Nam Sai, of which the first one is far more popular as it’s made with a dash of coconut milk. Because of the coconut milk, the soup is creamy and slightly less spicy. If you’re planning to visit Bangkok, make sure to visit one of the recommended restaurants from our article about the best Tom Yum in Bangkok

Level of spiciness: 4/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

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Another hugely popular Thai dish: Tom Yum. But be aware, it's spicy!
 

8. Pad Kra Pao


Pad Kra Pao (Stir-Fry with Holy Basil) is one of the most comforting Thai food available in the Thai Cuisine and one must see it as the Thai equivalent of the hamburger. Because it’s so easy and quick to make, you can see it as fast-food. But Pad Kra Pao is spicy (unless you order a less spicy version) and therefore not the ideal Thai food for beginners for some. But we would not list Pad Kra Pao in this article if most foreigners love to eat Pad Kra Pao. Pad Kra Pao is a stir-fry made with holy basil, garlic, chilli, oyster sauce, soy sauce, fish sauce, dark soy sauce and sugar and is a savoury, spicy dish. Common versions are with minced pork and sliced chicken, but there are many other versions to find in Thai restaurants. Pad Kra Pao is often served with a Thai fried egg, meaning that one side of the egg is almost deep-fried with a sunny side up. If you’re planning to visit Bangkok, make sure to visit one of the recommended restaurants from our article about the best Pad Kra Pao in Bangkok

Level of spiciness: 4/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Among the most popular Thai dishes: Pad Kra Pao.
 

9. Massaman Curry


Similar to the earlier mentioned Khao Soi, Massaman Curry has Muslim roots and if you pay close attention, you will find similar flavours in both dishes. Massaman Curry is a rich, non-spicy curry that is slightly sweet and fragrant thanks to the use of cinnamon, cloves and star anise. Nowadays, some Thai prepare the curry paste differently than before, making Massaman Curry pretty oily. Personally, we love the creamier version a lot more, which is made with the original curry paste and finished with a dash of coconut milk. The curry is usually served with either chicken or beef and the curry has chunks of boiled potatoes in it as well. 

Level of spiciness: 1/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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All-time-favourite among tourists: Massaman Curry.
 

10. Penang Curry


Penang Curry is yet another safe to try Thai dish as it’s relatively less spicy compared to other curries, such as red curry, green curry and jungle curry. But that does not mean Penang Curry is not spicy at all. What makes Penang Curry such great Thai food for beginners is the fact that the curry itself has familiar international flavours as well as it’s often served with chunks of chicken, something that most foreigners like. The curry is creamy thanks to the added coconut milk, which makes the curry also less spicy. Penang Curry was one of the first Thai dishes I absolutely loved and ordered it over and over again during my first holiday in Thailand. 

Level of spiciness: 2/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Penang Curry, herby, slightly spicy and deliciously creamy.
 

11. Mango Sticky Rice


Thailand’s most popular dessert is by far Mango Sticky Rice and if you can manage to visit Thailand during mango season (April until June), you must treat yourself with this heavenly dish. It is possible to get Mango Sticky Rice outside mango season, however, eating premium mangos during mango season is an absolute joy. You can find Mango Sticky Rice often at street food areas or at specialist shops, although some Thai restaurants have this amazing dessert on their menu as well. The sticky rice and the fresh mango are topped with coconut milk and crispy mung beans. If you’re planning to visit Bangkok, make sure to visit one of the vendors listed in our article about the best Mango Sticky Rice in Bangkok.

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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A must-try Thai dessert: Mango Sticky Rice.
 

12. Noodles - Guay Tiew


Noodles and noodle soups are so common in Thailand, that you can literally find a street food vendor at every corner of the street in each city. It’s the perfect quick bite and therefore hugely popular during lunchtime. There are countless varieties of noodles and noodle soups that we can easily dedicate a complete article to it. In fact, we did write an article about the best noodles and noodle soups in Bangkok and we could easily come up with 24 different types. Most common noodles are Guay Tiew Moo (pork noodle soup), Guay Tiew Yen-Ta-Fo (bean curd sour noodle soup), Ba Mhee Moo Daeng (pork noodles), but as said, the possibilities are endless. 

Level of spiciness: 2/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Ba Mhee Moo Daeng - Pork Noodles.
 

13. Tom Ka Kai


Tom Ka Kai is the less-spicy version of Tom Yum Goong, although not completely identical, the similarities are uncanny due to the use of the same type of paste. Tom Ka Kai soup is made with much more coconut milk, making it flavour-wise the ideal Thai food for beginners. Tom Ka Kai is served with chunks of chicken, but different varieties of this soup can be found such as Tom Ka Goong, which is Tom Ka soup with Prawns. Although Tom Yum soup is more popular, mainly because if the spiciness and sourness, Tom Ka Kai is, in fact, a better option for foreigners who prefer less spicy food. With that being said, Tom Ka Kai is still a bit spicy. 

Level of spiciness: 1/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Tom Ka Kai, Thai food for beginners as it's not so spicy, yet really tasty.


** The following recommended Thai food for beginners are not the usual suspects, yet still highly recommended for beginners. Due to the lack of knowledge, which the majority of tourists have, other websites tend to stick to the ten most common Thai dishes. However, Thai cuisine is so broad that there are so many amazing dishes to find that are perfect for foreigners and the Western taste palette. Do yourself a favour when you're in Thailand and try some of the following dishes to experience the Thai cuisine to the fullest and not just order Fried Rice, Pad Thai and Deep-Fried Spring Rolls everywhere you go. 
 

13. Moo Tod Daew - Fried Pork


Moo Tod Daew is a dish that I personally wished I’d discovered it earlier when I moved to Thailand. When you describe the dish how it is made, your first reaction is that it might now be clean. The strings of pork meat are first sun-dried namely. Because of this process, the texture of the pork meat changes completely into something gummy. Then, the pork gets deep-fried, giving it a crispy texture on the outside while remaining gummy on the inside. The pork itself is flavoured with foreigner-proof hears such as black pepper and garlic. Moo Tod Daew is especially delicious if you eat it with sticky rice. The pork is served with a sweet dipping sauce, giving it a savoury and sweet, non-spicy flavour. I personally love this Thai dish and so do many other foreigners and Thai. 

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Moo Tod Daew, fried pork with such a unique texture. 
 

14. Kuay Teaw Reua


Similar to the previous recommended Thai dish for beginners, Kuay Teaw Reua is made with an ingredient that at first sound worse than it actually is. Kuay Teaw Reua, or commonly known as Boat Noodles, are small bowls of fragrant soup with a dash of blood in it. If you did not know this, you would not even notice. These tiny bowls of soup date from the time that Thai used the rivers and canals as transportation and food vendors on small canoes sold these tiny bowls to workers. Nowadays, Bangkok and Ayutthaya are the two famous cities where you can find these delicious bowls of soup and foreigners love it. Check out our article about the Best Boat Noodles in Ayutthaya and our article about the Best Boat Noodles in Bangkok if you’re planning to visit one of the two cities. 

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Boat Noodles, incredibly fragrant tiny bowls of noodle soup. 
 

15. Crispy Pork - Moo Grob


Moo Grob, or Crispy Pork, is a non-spicy treat where pork belly is completely baked out in a way that the outside of the pork, the skin side, is completely crispy while the inside of the pork is juicy and tender. Crispy Pork can be ordered as an individual dish, which is then served with a thickened soy sauce. But Crispy Pork can also be served as an ingredient of a larger dish, such as noodle soup with crispy pork or rice with crispy pork in sweet gravy. The texture and saltiness are what makes Crispy Pork so popular. If you’re planning to visit Bangkok, make sure to visit one of the vendors listed in our article about the best Crispy Pork in Bangkok.

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Crispy Pork, that Thai dish with the best texture: crispiness on the outside, tender on the inside.
 

16. Thai Omelette - Khai Jiao


Khai Jiao is as straight forward as it sounds, although it’s different than regular omelettes. What makes Khao Jiao different is that the omelette is deep-fried, giving it a crunch outside and the omelette itself is much greasier but oh-so-delicious. Khai Jiao is a perfect side dish due to the greasiness, but you can eat is a main dish as well. There are many variations of Khao Jiao to find and our personal favourite is Thai Omelette with Seafood, where you find bits of squid and prawn in your omelette. Khai Jiao is served with a sweet chilli sauce and it not spicy at all unless you order a version with chillies. 

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Thai omelette with seafood.
 

17. Mookata


Mookata is a form of Thai barbecue and on top of the hot pot, you can grill the vegetables and meat, while on the side of the barbecue, you can boil your food in a hot pot. The juices of the grilled meat drizzle into the hot pot, so the soup gets even more flavour during mookata. We always recommend our friends who visit Thailand to try a mookata as it’s fun to do and with all these different meats, seafood and vegetables, a really tasty experience too. In the past, Mookata restaurants were quite unhygienic, making it not popular for foreigners (and Thai), however, over the last years, the quality of these all-you-can-eat restaurants improved tremendously. Alternatively, you can choose to visit a Thai barbecue such as Best Beef in Bangkok.

Level of spiciness: 2/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Mookata, a mix of barbecue and hotpot.
 

18. Khao Moo Grob - Crispy Pork In Sweet Gravy


As mentioned earlier in this article, crispy pork can be ordered as an individual dish, but also as part of a larger dish, namely rice with crispy pork in sweet gravy, also known as Khao Moo Grob. This Chinese-influenced Thai dish is a non-spicy dish that you can easily find in central Thailand. I have to admit, at first, it was not as appealing as it tasted, mostly because Khao Moo Grob is usually served at very local restaurants where the hygiene can be questioned. But once you’re confident enough to eat at these local places, a whole new world opens in front of you. Khao Moo Grob is a good mixture of sweetness and saltiness and the texture (crunchiness) of the crispy pork is addictively delicious.

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
Khao Moo Grob for beginners
Crispy pork covered in a delicious sweet gravy.


 

19. Pla Ka-Pong Tod Mam Pla


One of my personal favourite Thai seafood dishes is Pla Ka-Pong Tod Mam Pla, which is deep-fried Thai sea bass with fish sauce. The flavours are really simple as it’s just a deep-fried white fish. But what makes it so delicious is the sauce that’s being served with it, namely sweet fish sauce, although there are a few common variations to find on the menu as well. For example, a common variation is green mango salad, but this salad is quite spicy, not always good as Thai food for beginners. Pla Ka-Pong Tod Mam Pla can be found in every Thai seafood restaurant. If possible, order a filleted Pla Ka-Pong Tod Mam Pla instead of a sliced version, as the filleted version does not have fish bones.

Level of spiciness: 0/5 (sauces can be spicy though)
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Deep-fried snapper. On the picture, you can see a spicy mango salad/sauce.
 

20. Pad See Ew


Pad See Ew is a stir-fry noodle dish that is the less-sweet, salty equivalent of Pad Thai. In fact, I believe Pad See Ew is tastier than Pad Thai because it’s so much more savoury. Pad See Ew is a Chinese-influenced noodle dish, so don’t expect much spiciness. Pad See Ew is made with wide rice noodles and served with Chinese broccoli, chunks of chicken, egg and finished with a typical mixture of soy sauces. It’s that typical mixture of dark soy sauce together with the stir-fry is what gives Pad See Ew that distinctive, hearty flavour. Similar to Pad Thai, you can add chilli flakes and a squeeze of lime juice to adjust the flavour to your preference.

Level of spiciness: 0/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Pad See Ew with seafood.
 

21. Kai Yang - Grilled Chicken


Kai Yang is simply grilled chicken, a popular Isaan (Northeastern Thai) dish that goes perfectly with Som Tum (papaya salad). The sourness and spiciness go perfect together with the smokiness of the grilled chicken. But Kai Yang does not have to be ordered with Som Tum and as it has so many familiar flavours, foreigners absolutely love it. There are many grilled types of meat to find in the Isaan Cuisine, from marinated pork skewers (Moo Ping) to less popular grilled intestines. If you order Kai Yang as a stand-alone dish, it’s often served with Jaew Sauce, which is a slightly spicy and sour dipping sauce, that goes perfect together with sticky rice. 

Level of spiciness: 1/5
Easy to try for beginners: 5/5

 
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Grilled Chicken with Jaew Sauce.
 

22. Pla Pao - Salt Crusted Grilled Thai Fish


Pla Pao is a hugely popular seafood dish which is a salt-crusted white fish, stuffed with Thai herbs and grilled above rotisserie. When you visit markets, you often see this somewhat spectacular dish rotating above the hot coals. The idea behind this seafood dish is to scoop the white fish meat into leaves of cabbage and lettuce leaves, together with rice noodles and cilantro and dip it in spicy seafood sauce. The result is a next-level seafood wrap taste explosion in your mouth. Although hugely popular to buy it on the street and devour this deliciousness at home, you can find this dish usually at Thai seafood restaurants.

Level of spiciness: 3/5 (depending how much sauce you add)
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Salt-crusted Thai fried fish.
 

23. Pla Kapong Neung Manao


A seafood dish that you can find at every seafood restaurant in Thailand is Pla Kapong Neung Manao, which is a steamed white snapper bathing in a lime soup packed with herbs, garlic and chillies. The fish itself is not as spicy as you think, especially when you look at the number of chillies that have been added to the soup. The soup, however, does comes with quite a big kick. As the snapper is steamed, the fish is nicely tender and each time you scoop a bit of fish meat, the meat is covered in a bit of this spicy, sour and herby soup, which gives the fish such an incredible flavour. If you can handle a bit of spice and you love seafood, Pla Kapong Neung Manao is a must-try when visiting Thailand. 

Level of spiciness: 3/5 
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Steamed White Snapper in Lime Soup.
 

24. Ruay Goong Pao - Grilled Giant River Prawns


When it comes to must-try dishes when visiting Thailand, Ruay Goong Pao should be high on your list. These enormous prawns can be found throughout Thailand, however, Ayutthaya is famed for its Giant River Prawns farms and the perfect place to try this delicacy. The prawns are sliced in half, then grilled and served with a variety of dipping sauces. Keep in mind that these prawns are expensive, but we think are definitely worth the money. The orange part of the prawn is the brains of the prawns and if you’re up for a high dose of umami, make sure to scoop this part out and eat it in one bite. This might sound scary or gross, but this is what Thai do (and also with smaller prawns where they suck out the brains) and it’s crazy delicious! 

Level of spiciness: 2/5 (dipping sauce is slightly spicy)
Easy to try for beginners: 4/5

 
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Grilled Jumbo Prawns are an absolute feast!
 

26. Miang Kham


Maing Kham is probably the Thai dish in this article that has the most unusual flavours, but it does represent how fragrant Thai food can be the best. Miang Kham is a platter full with all sorts of raw vegetables, such as shallots, chillies, ginger, garlic as well as lime, roasted coconut, cashew nuts and small dried shrimps. Miang Kham means one-bite-snack and the idea is to wrap all these ingredients in cha plu leaves (tea leaves) together with a sugar cane sauce and eat the wrapped package all at once. The result is a big taste explosion in your mouth. You can decide how much chilli you add to your wrap, making it a non-spicy dish as well. With that being said, the flavours are extreme, making it the least easy to try Thai dish in this article, but definitely worth the try in our opinion. 

Level of spiciness: 2/5
Easy to try for beginners: 3/5

 
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Miang Kham, a taste explosion in one-bite.


BONUS: Street Food

When visiting Thailand, you most likely want to explore the food scene Thailand has to offer. Although you can easily find street food throughout the country, Bangkok is the Walhalla when it comes to street food. Unfortunately, due to government policy, the street food scene has drastically changed. Popular street food areas disappeared. That does not mean street food does not exist anymore, the street food scene just shifted and night markets became the most popular places to find street food. In our
complete guide to Bangkok Street Food, we dive deeper into what food you can expect to find at these markets, but also which popular street food areas are still open in Bangkok. For more information about night markets, check out our article about the best night markets in Bangkok

There you have it, the best Thai food for beginners. All these Thai foods and many other Thai dishes can be found in our food app TopTravelFoods. The app will help you find the best food in Thailand, instead of only recommending good restaurants at popular destinations. This way, you won’t miss out legendary restaurants and you can enjoy the local Thai cuisine to the fullest. The app is available for both iOS and Android and is completely free. If you're on a desktop, you can start searching for more dishes in Bangkok or many other cities such as PattayaChiang MaiKoh LarnAyutthayaKanchanaburi and Sukhothai.

 

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