Visit Thailand Cuisine for a meal at the Kahului, HI, or Kihei, HI, location, and you will be greeted by the aroma of fresh, authentic Thai dishes! A Thai restaurant just isn't complete without sticky rice. You may be tempted to turn down what may be seen as extra carbs with your meal, but there is a history behind sticky rice that should make you reconsider.
Rice is a food that is eaten almost every day in Thai dishes. Sticky rice gets its name from the end result of the preparation style that uses the gluten in the rice to get a sort of congealed, or “sticky,” consistency.
Sticky rice is a staple of Thai cuisine. Given that fact, it should not be hard to believe that Thailand makes more rice than any other country on the planet!
Sticky rice is typically served with a meat, like chicken, beef, or pork. It is also the star ingredient in sticky rice and mango, a famous Thai dessert. The flavors of sticky rice, fresh mango, and a healthy serving of coconut milk play off each other’s sweetness for a unique dish that is a favorite among natives and Thai food lovers alike.
It is the perfect time to try sticky rice at Thailand Cuisine because they're getting a new shipment of the latest rice harvest. There is a lot of tradition behind sticky rice in Thai cuisine, and you can be a part of it at Thailand Cuisine. Fully immerse yourself in the culture and experience the best Thai food restaurant in Hawaii. The restaurant has two locations; call (808) 873-0225 for the Kahului location and (808) 875-0839 for the Kihei restaurant. Build up your Thai food appetite by taking a look at their website for a complete menu before you head out to the restaurant.