1 Ma Hor£4.50
Caramelised minced pork on a fresh pineapple slices.
2 Miang Kam£6.95
Traditional snack or appetiser found at festivals around Thailand. Do-it-yourself little parcels of spring green leaves with chillies, lime, nuts and a most delicious sweet sticky sauce. (N)(H)
3 Met Mammuang Tord£3.95
Crispy cashews with chillies.
The Thai House favourite starter – tender slivers of chicken marinated in our own special sauce and grilled to perfection. Served on sticks with a peanut sauce and chilli and cucumber relish. (N)
5 Bor Bia£5.50
Crispy little pancakes with a delicious filling of fine vermicelli mixed with chicken and Thai mushrooms and served with a sweet chilli and plum sauce. (Also available with black mushrooms for vegetarians)
6 Som Dam£5.50
Thailand’s famous spicy salad of shredded fresh green papaya, green beans and carrots with dried shrimps, peanuts, garlic, chilli and lime juice. A north eastern speciality. (H) (V) (N)
7 Yam Ner£7.25
Thai style spicy beef salad – for connoisseurs of hot food! (H)
8 Kanom Bang Na Hed (V)£4.95
Tasty morsels of seasoned Thai mushrooms on toast, deep fried and served with a cucumber and onion relish.
9 TORD MUN£5.95
Spicy Thai fish medallions with chilli and cucumber relish.
10 Boo Nim£9.50
Soft Shelled crab – with a spicy mango salad -a delicious seaside dish.
11 Pla muk Tord Grateum£7.95
Thai style calamari with salt and a hint of chilli.
12 Gung Pow£11.95
Grilled Emperor prawns served with a special piquant Thai House sauce.
13 Kanom Jeep£5.95
Thai style dumplings with minced pork, prawns, water chestnuts and mushrooms. Steamed in their own basket and served with a sweet soy sauce.
14 Gung Sarong£7.95
King prawns wrapped in crispy pancakes and served with a sweet plum sauce. Always a favourite.
15 Larb Bed£7.25
A northern dish of spicy minced duck, lime and coriander mixed with roasted ground rice – Served at room temperature.
16 Dom ka gai- Also available with baby corn (V)£5.50
A delicate, mild soup with coconut milk, chicken, galangal and lemon grass. Light and lemony.
17 Dom yam gung- Also available with mixed mushrooms (V)£6.95
A piquant clear soup with king prawns, lemon grass, coriander and chillies. (H)
For 2 Sharing
18 Ruam Mit£16.99
Platter of mixed starters with their own sauces-Sate(N), Bor Bia, and Tord mun.
19 Ruam Mit Sot£18.95
Platter of mixed starters with their own dips – Chicken and duck salad with Thai herbs in lettuce wraps, steamed Thai style dumplings, caramelised minced pork on a fresh pineapple slices.
20 Ruam Mit Talay£22.95
Platter of mixed seafood-grilled Emperor prawns, crispy garlic squid, prawns in crispy pancakes, and spicy Thai fish medallions all with their own sauces.(N)
Mains – Thai House Signature dishes
21 Bed Tord Grob£14.50
Crispy fried duck served with tamarind sauce and crispy kale. People travel for miles for this dish!
22 Chuchi Gung Nang£16.95
‘Emperor’ prawns flash fried with a spicy coconut sauce with kaffir lime leaves and mushrooms.
23 Ner Loy Far£12.95
‘Heavenly Beef’ Very tender marinated beef in a light sauce with a hint of star anise, served on a bed of crispy morning glory. Melts in the mouth.
24 Panang Ner£11.95
A delicious southern Thai dish of spicy beef with ground peanuts and coconut. (H)(N)
25 Pat Thai£9.95
A Thai House favourite dish. Soft ribbon noodles stir fried with prawns and ground peanuts.
26 Gang Musselman Gah On£12.95
Succulent pieces of Welsh lamb in a southern Thai curry with peanuts and potatoes.
27 Pla Nung£17.50
Steamed wild sea bass with ginger, celery, coriander and picked plums.
28 Hor Moak£12.95
Specially of The Thai House. Fillet of cod and broccoli marinated in a red curry paste and steamed to perfection in banana leaves. Once tasted, never forgotten!
29 Ner Nam Dok£14.50
‘Crying Tiger’. Thin slices of tender sirloin marinated a’ la Thai House, then slightly grilled and served with own special sauce. A unique dish from the north-east of Thailand. Served with Thai House tempura.
30 Sie Sar Hai£13.50
‘The Four Comrades’. A magnificent, garnished dish of Mange tout, Thai squid and king prawns, lightly saute’ed with chilli and spices.
31 Gung Narm Gatee£12.50
Prawns in a light coconut sauce with asparagus tips. A delicate dish.
32 Gung Pat Prik£12.50
King prawns lightly cooked with Thai herbs, chillies and red peppers. From the central plains. (H)
33 Bed Tord King Dong£12.50
Crispy fried duck with pickled ginger and a special sauce.
34 Gah On Nampung£16.95
Grilled fillet of Welsh lamb marinated in light soy, honey and mint and served with a lime, honey and chilli dressing. Simply delicious.
35 Gai Pat King£9.25
Chicken breast pieces stir fried with ginger, spring onions and Thai mushrooms.
36 Pla Pat Ped King£11.95
Deep fried crispy trout fillets in a rich red curry sauce with fresh ka and young ginger.
37 Moo Pat Grapow£10.25
Minced pork flash fried with basil, garlic and chillies in light soy sauce. (H)
38 Ner Pat Prik£10.50
Top side of Welsh beef flash fried with chillies, garlic, onions in light soy sauce.
39 Pat Grapow Dow Hoo£7.75
Crispy bean curd with fine green beans,hot basil, garlic and chillies in light soy sauce. (V)(H)
40 Hed Pat King£7.75
A selection of mushrooms stir fried with ginger and spring onions. (V)
41 Gang Kooer Gung£11.25
Thai style, light curry with prawns, pineapple and coconut milk.
42 Gang Kio Warn Gai£10.50
Hot green chicken curry with aubergines and fresh basil. A must! (H)
43 Gang Ped Bed Yang£11.50
Spicy roast duck red curry with cherry tomatoes and grapes. Mmmm! (H)
44 Gang Massaman Ner£11.50
Slow cooked pieces of beef in Southern Thai curry with peanuts and potatoes.
45 Gang Galee Fak Tong (V)£9.50
A mild yellow coconut curry with pumpkin. (V)
46 Gang Kio Warn Dowhoo (V)£9.50
Hot green curry with bean curd, variety of aubergines and fresh basil leaves.
47 Pat Pak Namman Hoi£5.50
A selection of fresh green vegetables in oyster sauce. (V)
48 Pak Boon Fai Dang£6.50
Morning glory with a hint of chilli in oyster sauce. Fromm Chiang Mai and the north. (V)
49 Pak Joop Bang Tord£5.95
Thai style crispy tempura vegetables with sweet chilli sauce.
50 Tua Nok Pat Dow Hoo£5.50
Beansprouts stir fried with bean curd, chilli and garlic in soy sauce.
51 Kow Hom Mali (per person)£2.95
Fragrant Thai rice, to accompany all other dishes.
52 Kwideow Sen Lek£2.95
Plain noodles to accompany main course dishes.
53 Kow Pat Kai£4.25
Fried rice with egg and garnish.
54 Kow Pat Gung£8.25
Fried rice with prawns and garnish.
55 Kow Pat Gai£6.25
Fried rice with chicken and garnish.