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Salad leaves and fresh herbs are often served with spicier Thai foods but the salads listed below are intended to be main dishes rather than accompaniments. In Thai the name ‘Yum’ is given to a whole range of spicy salads that are flavoured with lime juice, chillies and fresh coriander. Yums are usually spicy hot (pet) – but we can serve milder versions (mai pet) if you prefer.

 
     

 
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23 Yum Sahm Lot Gai
£8.50
£6.95
Crispy fried chicken in a special Thai salad with sweet, sour and chilli sauce.
24 Larb Gai/Moo
£8.25
£6.95
A specialty of Northern Thailand, larb is served warm and is best eaten with sticky rice. Made with minced chicken or pork, this dish sparkles with the flavours of fresh chillies, lemongrass, coriander and shredded lime leaves.
25 Larb Goong
£10.50
£8.50
A special version of larb made with chopped tiger prawns. A lovely Thai combination of spicy and aromatic flavours.
26 Som Tam
£8.25
£6.95
The traditional spicy salad of northern Thailand. Shredded vegetables, tomatoes, garlic and chillies are pounded in a stone mortar together with Thai preserves and spices. This delicious salad needs sticky rice.