Yummy Thai Late Dinner

Aug 15, 2014

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Thai Late Dinner by Nine

Some foreign visitors used to say they love eating in Thailand because every hour of the day is a time for food.  In fact, it is not just for day time that Thai people enjoy eating, at night time also.  As the Thai people call it “Arharn Toe Roong” or Thai “Late Dinner”.  There are “Early Night Dinner”, “Late Night Dinner” and “Midnight Dinner” till after.

Rarn Kao Tom Toe Roong

The places to eat the Thai Late Dinner are called “Rarn Kao Tom Toe Roong”.  The word “Rarn” literally means shop or restaurant and “Kao Tom” means boiled rice and “Toe Roong” means till morning.  However, it is not just boiled rice being served for late dinner.  There are also other varieties of food for Thai Late Dinner, such as “Joke” rice porridge with pork, “Guay Jub” Chinese pasta noodles, “Pud Thai” fried rice noodles, “Kao Moo Dang” barbeque sliced pork with rice, “Kao Mun Gai” chicken rice, or even noodles and fried rice.  Traditional Thai food is eaten regardless of the time of day.  While it is true there are some dishes that are normally only eaten at certain times, the vast majority of food is consumed any time.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”16px”][vc_single_image image=”3021″ css_animation=”fadeInUp” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_rounded” border_color=”grey” img_link_large=”yes” img_link_target=”_self” title=”Evening Market at Hua Hin” img_size=”full”][vc_empty_space height=”16px”][vc_column_text]Amazing enough, there are plenty of restaurants opened for the Thai Late Dinner or “Kao Tom Toe Roong”.  Some of them are in town such as The Clock Tower in Huay Kwang or “Kao Tom Ou Tong” at Soi 10, Ratchadapisek Road and “Jiang Look Chin Pla” (Jiang Fish Balls) at Soi Pracharatbumpen 11, Samsen.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”16px”][vc_single_image image=”3020″ css_animation=”fadeInUp” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_rounded” border_color=”grey” img_link_large=”yes” img_link_target=”_self” title=”Raw materiel to eat with rice soup www.bumres.com” img_size=”full”][vc_empty_space height=”16px”][vc_single_image image=”3019″ css_animation=”fadeInUp” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_rounded” border_color=”grey” img_link_large=”yes” img_link_target=”_self” title=”stream rice and rice soup picture from www.bumres.com” img_size=”full”][vc_empty_space height=”16px”][vc_column_text]Although plain boiled rice being the main meal, there are many choices of dishes to go along with it, just the same as having plain steamed rice.

:-  Morning Glory / or fried broccoli / in oyster sauce with chillies.

:-  Omelettes, either plain or with minced pork.

:-  Steamed fish with ginger.

:-  Fried clams in chilli paste.

:-   Fried Chinese radish with eggs.

:-   Hot spicy seafood soup.

:-   Steamed chicken feet in gravy (Chinese style).

:-  Pickled cabbages / or salted eggs / or salted dried fried fish / or dried shrimps /    mixed with chillies, onions and lemon juice (the Thais call this “Yum”).

One can say that there is no ending of having meals in Thailand.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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