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Thai New Year Celebration – April 16, 2016 (Purchase Here)
Thai New Year, or “Songkran”, follows the Buddhist solar calendar and traditionally runs from April 13th to 15th. For this year’s Thai New Year Dinner on April 16th, 2016, Ban Chok Dee Thai Cuisine will be going all-out to give you a unique dining experience. There will be three periods of delicious Thai dishes, including an ancient Bo-Lan menu rarely served by Thai restaurants in Canada (and only a few in Thailand!) because of the rare and expensive ingredients and the time and care needed for preparations. In this event, and thanks to some kind traveling friends, we are bringing some very rare ingredients directly from Thailand! We will also be performing live cooking demonstrations of some ancient Thai (Bo-Lan) dishes. There are 2 seatings. An early seating at 4:30 and a late seating at 7.

Chef Parinya will be live-demonstrating some of the cooking techniques she studied in Thailand!

Chef Parinya will be live-demonstrating some of the cooking techniques she studied in Thailand!

Thai Salad Class (Coming Soon)
Come and learn how to make the amazing salads of Thailand, including: Thai Papaya Salad (Som Tum Thai) Herbal Prawn Salad (Pla’ Goong) Chicken Salad (Larb Gai) Glass Noodle Salad (Yum Woon Sen) Be one of the first to try this BRAND NEW CLASS…


Thai Cooking Class A – Saturday, May 7, 2016 (Purchase Here)

This hands-on cooking class will teach you how to roll “Goong Sarong” (Prawn in Crispy Noodles) – Marinated shrimp wrapped in crispy yellow noodles, served with homemade plum sauce; “Pad Kee-Mao” (Drunken Noodles) – Stir-fried wide rice noodles with cabbage, broccoli and eggs in a Thai spicy sauce and basil leaves; “Green Curry” – Green curry paste with coconut milk, eggplant, red and green bell peppers and basil leaves; and “Chicken Cashew Nut” – Chicken sautéed with onions, red & green bell pepper, carrots, roasted cashew nuts.

Thai Cooking Class B – Saturday, May 21, 2016 (Purchase Here)
Come Enjoy and experience traditional Thai Cooking with us! In this hands-on cooking class we will make Thailand’s famous “Tom Yum Goong Soup” – lemongrass, mushrooms, tomato, cilantro, galangal, kaffir-lime leaves; Popular “Pad Thai Noodles” – pan-fried rice noodles in tamarind sauce, with chicken or prawns, egg, tofu, green onions, bean sprouts, ground peanuts; Aromatic “Panang Curry”; and Lovely stir-fried “Pad Kra-Pao” sautéed chicken with in-house spicy basil sauce…