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About Thai Cuisine


Welcome! We take great pleasure in welcoming you to our Siam Restaurant MAOTHAI MARIVENT conveniently located next to the Marivent Palace in Palma.

SIAM, the land we know today as Thailand, is one of Indochina's oldest kingdoms. Situated between the giant la ndmasses of China and India, both Thai cuisine and Thai culture retain the strong influence of these powerful neighbours.

Lightly sautéed white meats, fish, poultry and vegetables - usually with rice - form the basics of Thai cooking. Together with the countless herbs and spices originating in Siam, these balanced ingredients give Thai cooking its unique blend of flavours - and its delightful spiciness. Additionally many Thai herbs are as prized for their therapeutic value as they are for their flavour.

Most Thai dishes are best eaten with fork and spoon, but for dishes that so lend themselves, eating directly with the fingers is also appropriate. The knife is seldom required.

Thai cuisine has no strict order of courses, so as each dish is ready in the kitchen, it's brought right to the table. Guests order individually according to their own tastes, however when the first dish arrives everyone shares. In this way friends dining together can try a bit of everything that's ordered at their table. It's fun and it shortens any waiting made necessary by the complicated preparation some dishes require.

In the kitchen MAOTHAI'S cooks prepare each dish - even the soups - individually for each guest. We go to great lengths to obtain fresh, authentic ingredients and to keep our recipes as close to Thai tradition as is possible here in Europe. We trust the pride and care that go into the preparation of each dish are evident when it arrives at your table. ENJOY! Should you prefer any dish less (or more) spicy please make your wishes known to your waiter when you order.

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