In fact, Wa City, also known as "Mandalay" , is a city in Myanmar. When the restaurant was established, a large part of the equity was held by Myanmar Chinese, and most of the chefs in the restaurant were from Myanmar, so Wacheng can be regarded as a Burmese person selling Thai food, but thanks to the strong marketing of "Wacheng" restaurant, Only then can Thai food shine in Taiwan. Now, let's take a closer look at Thai cuisine. Multicultural Thai Cuisine From the cooking methods and names of Thai food, it is not difficult to find that Thai food has been influenced by many countries and regions, such as China, India, Arabia, Portugal and so on.
Among the common dishes in Thailand, the telemarketing list ingredients used in Pad Thai are somewhat similar to Hakka noodles, and this dish was actually brought to Thailand by Chinese businessmen. In the late 1930s, it encountered the national movement in Thailand At that time, the government wanted to reduce China's influence on the country through national power, so it named fried rice noodles as "Thai", and made this dish "Thai" on the spot. Indian culture also has far-reaching influence on Thai culture. In addition to Buddhist culture, it also taught Thai people its specialty spices, which is why Thailand has curry. But Indian curry is different from Thai curry. Indian curry is cooked with cream, and the cream will make the consumer feel greasy.
On the other hand, Thai curry uses coconut milk instead of cream, and the special aroma and refreshing taste of coconut milk, It will make everyone unable to stop, one bowl after another. In addition, Arab merchants came to Thailand through the Maritime Silk Road in history, and also brought Muslim food specialties into Thailand, such as massaman curry in southern Thailand. shutterstock_1128305708 Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Dazhi Images Massaman Curry In addition, Portugal has also had an impact on desserts in Thailand. In the era of Ayutthaya Kingdom, the Portuguese Marie Guimar (husband-in-law is Constantine Walcon ) brought the egg yolk dessert "Foi thong" to the Siamese court, because the "yellow" of egg yolk is very popular in Thailand.