Today's post is a bit special ^^
I have a strong sense of smell, so I use a lot of spices
I also eat good food and new foods
I also like to try it out.
My favorite food from other countries
The food is Vietnamese and Thai food,
With a colleague from our company in Thailand
I went to a place that felt like a local Thai restaurant:)
Located in Hyangnam, Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province
This is Sukhothai.
Everything from the time you enter
It's all written in Thai hahaha^^;
What words are written
I don't know, but thanks to Thai writing
It has a more local Thai feel.
When I went inside, Thai news came out
It's there. YES! A proper local restaurant
I found it~
There are so many types of Thai food.
From Korean restaurants in the US to sundae soup, ribs, miso stew,
Like kimchi stew and bibimbap:)
The dish we ordered
It's Pad Thai and Tham Tam.
Pad thai is a rice noodle dish
Bum tam is fresh papaya with fish sauce, that is
Add something like salted fish
It's like the Thai kimchi I made.
There is also a spice jar ^^
What did you hear…
There are so many.
I finally got sweaty.
First of all, papaya is very crunchy.
It's like eating a raw radish.
Carrots and other vegetables are also crunchy.
Maybe it's because it contains salted fish sauce
It's salty, and spicy red pepper powder
It's spicier than I thought because it was added.
Peanuts are placed on top of it
If you eat it with peanuts, it also has a savory flavor
I can feel it.
I've tried cotton sweat a few times
The thought that comes to mind every time is my style
I don't think so ^^;
Salted fish that only kimchi seems to have to contain, and
The sweet papaya I thought was a fruit
Instead, I put in crunchy papaya
Is it because it misses expectations?
I need to change my mind first to make it delicious
I think I can eat it!
Also, the people who liked it really liked it ^^
The rice noodles came out.
Thai restaurants that changed noodles to Korean style
Because it's noodles made from rice, that's even more
It's soft and delicious.
It's sweet and sour.
Tastes more sour than Korean pad thai
Stronger and less sweet.
The bean sprouts are crunchy and the shrimp are soft
It was delicious. There was quite a bit of shrimp in it.
The amount is also large.
With the peanut powder on the side
It's savory and delicious when mixed together.
It was a special meal.
I felt like I went to Thailand for fun.
There were a lot of Thai customers, but the interior
If you change the atmosphere a little bit through lighting
I think many Koreans will be able to go there too.
Taste: Seems like a proper local Thai food.
Made by Koreans to suit Korean tastes
It's different from Thai food. I was fine, but
If you don't like spices or have a weak stomach
You may be reluctant to eat it.
Atmosphere: There were quite a few people, but I'm Korean alone
It was ^^; so everyone looked at me
That's right. A lot of locals go there, and the locals
It's a local Thai restaurant that cooks properly.
The fire is a little dark. I wish it was a little brighter ^^
Kindness: Kindness is difficult to assess.
Thai people have a unique culture, and their kindness
I think it's because our standards of kindness are different.
I'll skip it ^^
Accessibility: It is located in a place where there are many banks
There's also a bus stop right in front of you, so in Hyangnam
It's pretty accessible. Parking is in the parking lot right in front
You can park your car nearby.
Address: 2nd Floor, Hoechun Building, 35-1, Pyeong-ri, Hyangnam-eup, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Phone number: 010-8711-8067