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Nara Thai Cuisine

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Since 2007, Nara Thai Cuisine has been rewarded of the “Best Thai Restaurant” by readers of Thailand Tattler for ten years in a row. The first localization of Nara Thai Cuisine will be in Shatin and the restaurant is a simple and stylish dining atmosphere.

“Nara” comes from the Sanskrit language meaning ‘Thai woman’

“Nara” Thai restaurant was founded in 2003 by a group of female entrepreneurs.
The restaurant name “Nara” comes from the name of one of the founder, Narawadee Srikarnchana. “Nara” restaurant is renowned for its Boat Noodles and authentic Thai dishes.

The a la carte dishes derived from authentic recipes which have been adapted  into a modern context suitable for Nara’s dining ambience.

Evoking a sense of culture as well as comfort, “Nara” combines the highest  quality ingredients and age old recipes, thus, in this regard “Nara” is truly Thai in spirit.It is a restaurant where anybody; whether local, expatriates  or tourists, with a passion for Thai food can experience authentic Thai cuisine in a relaxed ambience with good service.

This dish is a northeastern Thailand snack, which is rarely available in Thai restaurants. The minced meat is mixed with citronella, fried glutinous rice flour, chili powder, and so on. Then they are kneaded into pellets and fried until they are crispy and soft inside. Together with their own home-made sour chili sauce, it’s just mouth-watering

Shop 507, Level 5, New Town Plaza 1,

Sha Tin, Hong Kong

Call :  3188 1138

Many Tom Yum Kung dishes in Thailand are made from Thai packaging sauces.While Nara’s Tom Yum Kung soup is prepared with fresh ingredients, including citronella, nan ginger, lemon leaf, lemon juice, fish sauce and chili cakes, plus selected seafood, Thai imported spices and flower milk, so special Sweet and delicious!

Nara offers exclusive Thai-style coconut ice cream. Guests can add colorful Thai ingredients according to their personal taste, including Yatako, pineapple, jelly, red bean, coconut fruit, corn, Chindo, and Red Ruby (Thai Horseshoe)

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