Woodlands Inn, hotel, guest house is a new first-class budget cheap
accommodation in Thailand consisting of 75 luxurious guestrooms
coupled with the warm and friendly service of an experienced South
Indian management team. On top of this, we have the 5-star
facilities at an economical rate.
Our linguistic staff can speak a variety of languages such as
English, Hindi, Tamil, and Thai. We are at your service to make you
feel at home away from home. special city tour information, visit
our tour and travel page.
Our Woodlands Restaurant features a fine selection of Thai, Indian,
South-Indian, Urdu and Intercontinental cuisine. We serve a variety
of dishes which appeals to everyone's taste.
Located in the heart of downtown Bangkok with shopping, business and
night life entertainment centers within walking distance, Woodlands
Inn is surrounded by many 5-star hotels in the area. Only 500 meters
away from the famous Chao Praya River, 1.6km from Hualumphong
Bangkok International Central Railway Station and approximately 40
minutes from the new Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Mutton soups, Chicken Soups, Tomato Soup, Vegetable Soups, Dhal
Soups, Prawn Soups
Vegetable Samosa, Mutton Samosa, Chicken Samosa, Vegetable Cutlet,
Vegetable Pakora, Chicken Pakora, Chilli Pakora, Prown Pakora,
Paneer Pakora, Alu Tikei, Alu Chaat, papad, Vegetable Sandwich, Egg
Sandwich, Cashew Nuts, Egg Pakora
Salad and Raitha
Green Salad, Cream Salad, Prawn salad, Egg Salad, Chicken Salad,
Raitha, Plain Dahi
Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Tikka Masala,Fish Tikka, Sheek Kabab
Chappathi,Roti & Naan
Naan,Chappati,Tandoori Roti,Plain Paratha,Poori,Alu Paratha,Alu
Naan,Onion Naan,Butter Naan,Keema Naan,Garlic Naan,Ginger
Naan,Chicken Paratha,Mutton Paratha
Mutton / Lamb
Mutton Curry,Keema Curry,Mutton Masala,Mutton Korma,Mutton
Karahi,Mutton Saagwala,Mutton Pasantha,Mutton Gobi masala,Mutton
Fry,Alu Keema,Garlic Mutton
Prawn (Shrimps)& Egg
Fish Curry,Fish Fry-Pamfret Fish,Fish Fry Cut Fish,Prawn Fry,Egg
Curry,Egg Omlet,Egg Fry
Mix Vegetable Curry,Navarattan Curry,Paneer Korma,Matar Paneer,Palak
Paneer,Alu Matter,Alu Ghobi,Alu Masala,Alu Korma,Channa Masala,Dam
Alu,Bhindi Masala,Baigan Bhartha,Indian Sambar,Alu Zeera,Vegetable
Kofta,Malai Kofta,Dhal Fried,Dhal
Non-Vegetarian Dishes Chicken
Chicken Curry,Chicken Masala,Chicken Korma,Chicken Saagwala,Chicken
Korahi,Chicken Saagwala,Chicken Korma Badami,Chicken Fry,Tomato
Chicken ,Butter Chicken
Rice,Pulao & Briyani
Plain Rice,Chicken Biryani,Mutton Biryani,Vegetable Biryani,Prawn
Biryani,Fish Biryani,Briyani Rice,Peas Pulao,Paneer Pulao,Kashmiri
Gulab Jamun, Ice Cream
South Indian Deshes
Thom Yam Kung,Kai Shup Peng Thod,Kung Shup Peng Thod,Phat Prio Wan
kai,Thom Yam Kai,Kai Thod Ka Thiam Prig Thai,Kai Phat Pring Ka
Poad,Kung Phat Prig,Khao Phat Kung,Yam Kung,Yam Kung,Noodles With
Chicken,Noodles With Shrimps,Vegetarian Set menu,non vegetarian set
Thai Food in Bangkok
Bangkok Eating Experiences
Bangkok Indian Restaurant
Food is one of the reasons many tourists flock to Thailand. Not only
for its affordability, but because the Kingdom's exotic cuisine
offers an unrivaled culinary experience that is internationally
famous for its distinctive flavours. Food is as much an integral
part of Thai culture as kick boxing, traditional Thai massage,
tuk-tuks and saffron-robed monks...
In a city like Bangkok, you don't have to walk very far to find
something to eat; food carts can be found on almost every street
corner, at pavement eateries with fold-up tables and chairs, and in
the smallest of sois (streets). In fact, the smell of food is omni-present
in this sprawling metropolis, which is home to more than ten million
In Thailand, it's not uncommon to greet someone with the phrase "Gin
khao ru yang?" (have you eaten?) This, of course, is not meant to be
taken literally. What lies underneath this phrase is simply the
equivalent of "How are you?" It's not entirely illogical when you
think about it; keeping your stomach full is after all an unfailing
sign of well-being in the Land of Smiles. Thailand is an
agricultural country where fresh produce is bountiful, and Thai
people are renowned for their hospitality and generosity. It used to
be common practice to place a jar of water in front of your house
for thirsty passers-by to help themselves to a cup of water. These
factors, combined with Thai people's penchant for food and ingenious
gift for cooking, make for a delicious, healthy and definitely one
of the most mouth-watering culinary experiences you'll ever have.
But, there's a lot more to Thai cuisine than the green, red and
yellow curries that are served up at 'Westernised' Thai restaurants
back home. For starters, the variety here is vast, and you should be
prepared to see some strange-looking dishes. Absolutely nothing goes
to waste. Fancy trying some boiled chicken legs or deep-fried water
roaches? What about, uhm, grilled and skewered 'Parson's Noses'
(chicken 'rear ends') or pork intestines in a broth that somewhat
resembles dirty dishwater?
For the most part though, the food is delicious, exotic, and
prepared with a wonderful array of fresh herbs and spices like
lemongrass, sweet basil, ginger, garlic and, of course, chili. Lots
of it. Some dishes are so spiced up it will have you gasping for
air, make the world around you spin and leave you with tears running
down your cheeks. You will imagine that your tongue is on fire; that
an Armageddon of some kind is happening right in your mouth... This
is not the norm though, and you are bound to find many dishes and
snacks that will be more than kind to your taste buds, while
restaurants generally go easy on the chili when preparing food for
Another reason for the many snack-type stalls and food carts that
can be found everywhere is the fact that Thai people are known to
snack throughout the day and in between meals. The food is a visual
feast too; colourful and beautifully presented. The skills of a
simple street vendor chopping up fruit is enviable to say the least,
and in restaurants you will be amazed by the delicate fruit and
vegetable carvings that are used to garnish dishes.
Thai food is not just a culinary feast, but an unrivaled adventure.
Arrive with an open mind and you will be hooked in no time. Don't
hesitate to try something new or different. We only live once. In
the West, anyway...
1.Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup)
The quintessential Thai aroma! A bold, refreshing blend of fragrant
lemongrass, chilli, galangal, lime leaves, shallots, lime juice and
fish sauce shapes this classic soup, giving it its legendary herbal
kick. Succulent fresh prawns and straw mushrooms lend it body. A
versatile dish that can fit within virtually any meal, the
distinctive smell reminds you of exotic perfume, while it's
invigorating sour-spicy-hot taste just screams 'Thailand'!
2.Pad Thai (Thai style Fried Noodles)
From Cape Town to Khao San Road, the default international Thai
dish! Dropped in a searing hot wok, fistfuls of small, thin or wide
noodles (you choose) do a steamy minute-long dance alongside crunchy
beansprouts, onion and egg, before disembarking for the nearest
plate. A truly interactive eating experience, half its fun (and
flavour) lies in then using a quartet of accompanying condiments -
fish sauce, sugar, chilli powder and finely ground peanuts - to wake
it from its slumbers.
3.Gaeng Daeng (Red Curry)
Made with morsels of meat, red curry paste, smooth coconut milk and
topped off with a sprinkling of finely sliced kaffir lime leaves,
this rich, aromatic curry always gets those taste buds tingling. At
its best when the meat is stunningly tender, it could be likened to
a beautiful woman: it's mild, sweet and delicately fragrant. And
like all true love affairs, absence makes the heart grow fonder.
4.Kai Med Ma Muang (Chicken with Cashew Nuts)
Pardon the pun, but tourists go nuts for this stir fried dish.
Perhaps it's the wildly contrasting textures of a dish that saut's
chicken alongside roasted cashews, sweet soy sauce, onions, chilies,
pepper, carrot and mushrooms. Perhaps it's the sweetening dash of
honey that appeals. Do you really care? The important thing is that
this dish works: it's simple but scrumptious, a little bit tame and
yet still totally Thai.
5.Som Tum (Spicy Green Papaya Salad)
Hailing from the Northeast state of Isaan, this outlandish dish is
both great divider - some can't get enough of its bite, some can't
handle it - and greatly distinctive. Garlic, chilies, green beans,
cherry tomatoes and shredded raw papaya get dramatically pulverized
in a pestle and mortar, so releasing a rounded sweet-sour-spicy
flavour that's not easily forgotten. Regional variations throw
peanuts, dry shrimp or salted crab into the mix, the latter having a
gut-cleansing talent that catches many newcomers by surprise!
6.Khao Pad (Fried Rice)
Fried rice, egg, onion, a few herbs - nothing more, nothing less. A
popular lunch dish served typically with a wedge of lime and slices
of cucumber, the secret of this unpretentious dish lies in its
simplicity. The concept is this: you're the one devouring it, so you
dress it. To do so, Thais use everything from prawns, crab or
chicken to basil, chili and left-over vegetables, in the process
turning an unremarkable pauper into a gastronomic prince!
7.Tom Kha Kai (Chicken in Coconut Soup)
A mild, tamer twist on Tom Yum, this iconic soup infuses fiery
chilies, thinly sliced young galangal, crushed shallots, stalks of
lemongrass and tender strips of chicken. However unlike its more
watery cousin, lashings of coconut milk soften its spicy blow.
Topped off with fresh lime leaves, it's a sweet-smelling concoction,
both creamy and compelling.
8.Pak Boong (Morning Glory)
Found all across South-East Asia, the leafy plant with hollow green
stems and thin fragile leaves forms the main component of this super
easy favourite. Cloves of garlic and birds eye chilies join it in a
wok alongside oyster sauce, fish sauce and black fermented bean. A
few lazy stirs, until the leaves are shrunk and soft, and it's done!
The result is an alluring favourite with an unobtrusive flavour, a
staple for those who love their Thai food but not spice induced
9.Gaeng Keow Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry)
Morsels of fresh chicken. Cherry-sized eggplants. Tender bamboo
shoots. Sprigs of Coriander. Generous handfuls of sweet basil. These
humble elements form the body of this seminal curry. But how does it
get so gloriously green you ask? Oh, that'll be the spoons of green
curry paste that's stirred furiously into hot creamy coconut milk.
Sounds unexciting? Sure, but it's not. Served alongside a bowl of
fragrant Thai rice, Gaeng Keow Kan Gai is the extreme opposite.
10.Yam Nua (Spicy Beef Salad)
If there was such a thing as a 'Salad Hall of Fame', Thailand's
zesty own breed, or 'yam' as they are known here, would surely take
pride of place. Unconvinced? Experience the fresh, fiery thrill of
yam nua - with its sprightly mix of onion, coriander, spearmint,
lime, dried chili and tender strips of beef - and you won't be. It
perfectly embodies the invigorating in-the-mouth-thrill of all Thai
salads, the yummy-ness of yam.
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