Torontonians have taken whole-heartedly to Thai cuisine, finding its unique blend of flavours and herbs and spices an exotic, interesting and delicious combination.
A Thai meal pleases diners with a harmony of tastes – sweet, sour, hot, spicy and salty. In a meal, all five tastes should be present. A typical Thai meal consists of an appetizer or two – perhaps hot or cold spring rolls and a salad – be it of green mango, papaya or cold beef. Soup is the well-loved thom yung gung or scallops with coconut milk, tinged with lemongrass. Thai Square South Kensington