“Take someone to Thaikhun, they’ll eat like a king for a meal, but teach someone how to cook fresh, healthy, delicious Thai food then you’ll both eat like kings for ever.” – Unknown.
This Christmas, the UK’s favourite Thai street food restaurant, Thaikhun is giving away some of the secrets behind its beloved dishes, in a series of cooking courses held across its ten UK sites – the perfect stocking filler for budding chefs and kitchen novices alike.
Thanks to its moorish, fresh and well-balanced flavours, Thai food has boomed in popularity across the UK over the last few years and now everyone needs their Pad-Thai fix. Eating out all the time isn’t always feasible, so this gift will teach the lucky recipient how to cook popular Thai dishes including stir fry, curry and traditional starters, bringing the taste of Thailand into their kitchen.
So, whether you’re desperate to get your other half in the kitchen, want to spice up meal time, or your just plain fed up with the same old bland meals, there is only gift to wrap up under the tree this Christmas.
Simon Firth, Executive Chef at Thaikhun, said: “As a nation we’re increasingly seeking experiences as gifts, rather than tangible products. What experience could be better than a cooking course at Thaikhun? It’s the gift that keeps giving.
“Thai food is incredibly popular at the moment, but a lot of people are intimidated to cook it at home because of the big bold flavours involved. Which is a shame, because when broken down in person it’s very simple, you just need to know the right balance of ingredients and correct techniques.”
The course, which last two hours, cost £59 per person and runs every Sunday morning at 10am, starting in January 2018. Once you have booked your voucher, just ring your local branch and book a date that suits you.
To buy you voucher now visit: http://thaikhun.securetree.com/Products/Gift-Cards/
Thaikhun has ten restaurants across the UK in the following major cities: Bath, Southampton, Nottingham, Guildford, Newcastle, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Oxford, Manchester and Cambridge.
For further information on Thaikhun please go to www.thaikhun.co.uk or follow @Thaikhun on Twitter.