3 BEST FOODS FOR KIDS IN PHUKET

Thai food is famous for around the world as one of the tastiest cuisines. It is also known as among the spiciest, which can make it challenging to find dishes suitable for young mouths unaccustomed to the heat. An obvious option is to stick with western food, which is widely available in Phuket, but this will leave you missing out on the rich and varied flavours which are unique to Thailand. Below is the list of best food for kids. Let’s see it and come here to enjoy with your children!

 

1. Khao Niaow Ma Muang (Sticky Mango Rice)

A very popular Thai dessert, Mango Sticky Rice is extremely sweet. Not only are local mangos much juicier and tastier than you will find elsewhere in the world, but it and the rice are then covered in super-sweet coconut milk. However, locals and visitors can’t get enough of it and you will find it everywhere from high-end restaurants to street vendors.

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2. Pad Thai

Pad Thai is such a quintessentially Thai dish that it even bears the country’s name. Popular with locals and visitors alike, some preparations may come with a very mild chilli, but this is extremely rare, particularly in hotel restaurants. The fried noodle dish contains crushed peanuts and seafood, with a slightly sweet sauce which has the merest hint of tanginess provided the tamarind paste.

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3. Kuay Tiew (Noodle Soup)

If you want to give your kids a real taste of local cuisine, you need to look for a noodle soup shop. While this dish is not particularly common in the likes of hotel restaurants, it is very popular with local Thais and is generally only as spicy as you decide to make it. Hokkien noodle soup is a Phuket speciality, combining the traditional Thai flavours with influences brought in by Chinese immigrants. It features fat, round yellow noodles served with vegetables and seafood and a thin soup. As it is usually eaten with chopsticks, it can be a challenge to consume, but forks are generally available.

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