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A Thai cocktail evening: Black and White Gettogethers
An evening of Thai delicacies, cocktails and fabulous company!
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  • Food & drink
  • New Experience
  • Maximum Guest: 4
    You do not need to fill up all slots. OpenOut experiences are meant to be social, slots can be booked by other people too.
Booking Details
  • HSR Layout, Bengaluru
  • Rs 865 per person
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  • Inspiration
    I am passionate about food, not just eating or cooking but learning more about it through cooking, reading and watching food shows. Thai food is one of my favourites due to it's freshness and contrast of flavours and my interest developed when we spent time in Thailand right after our wedding. I loved the recipes that I picked up from my trip! Come and explore a new cuisine with me.
  • What we will be doing?
    I had always enjoyed oriental food growing up but got introduced to Thai food only after coming to Bangalore. While I enjoyed eating it I had never adult ventured into cooking of Thai food. But on our recent trip to Thailand right after our wedding we explored the real Thai flavours. From learning how to pair flavours together to trying out the most unexpected flavours on the local street market we got hooked on to the Thai flavours and more so it's snacking culture. Shopping from one cart to another we sampled some amazing food including the wonderfully flavoursome lemongrass fish to the fiery basil chicken. We spent most of our evenings chugging Thai cocktails and sampling the snacks at different joints and the days learning some of the local tricks and tips on cooking these absolutely fresh and flavoursome dishes. Since the time we came back we have continues to explore those flavours and enjoyed treating our friends and family to the wonderful world of Thai snacking culture and their Cocktails. With this OpenOut I bring to you that freshness of Thai snacks paired With some out of the world cocktails made with Palm sugar and tamarind and lychees- "The Thai Experience". Come join us for an evening filled with stories of our food expedition in Thailand through the taste of it's cocktails, snacks and a refreshing dessert.
  • What is included

    Beverages

    Cocktails

    Let that be a surprise for the evening. Hint : it has coconut!

     

    Lychee and Ginger Lemonade - A refreshing cocktail flavoured with the zing of Ginger. I remember everyone drinking these out of small pouches and a straw on the streets in Bangkok. It didn't look that great but when I had one, I was hooked! Pretty simple to prepare here as well.

     

    Food

    Raw Mango Salad with Prawns

    A staple of any thai meal. The much in season Raw Mango shaved into strings, tossed with a sweet and spicy dressing and uplifted by some prawns. A refreshing dish for sure! You always consider salads as a table meal, but all these conceptions were gone when we saw this light salad being sold on the streets on little paper plates! A perfect snack for this Thai snack bar from the trip!.

     

    Thai basil chicken 

    Chicken cooked with basil leaves, a trademark of thai cuisine. A fresh flavour to the mundane chicken. You will love this one! This one dish was available where ever we went. I really loved snacking on a cone of this when exploring Bangkok on foot!.

     

    Thai Pork Balls  

    This off beat thai street food snack presented to you here in Bangalore! Mildly flavoured pork mince made into balls and served on sticks with a lovely sweet and spicy dipping sauce. The best street snack that I picked up from the street. The recipe was given to me by a sweet old lady selling out of a 1 foot stall!.

     

    Sticky Ginger Soy Drumsticks 

    Chicken drumsticks glazed and shining with a unique combination of ginger, salt, honey and soy sauce! Get in your fingers, this is going to be a sticky ride!.

     

    Dessert

    Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Spiced Mangos

    This refreshing light dessert to end the evening is made with coconut milk and tapioca pearls and taken a notch up with some spiced fresh mangoes.

     

    Beverages

    Cocktails

    Let that be a surprise for the evening. Hint : it has coconut!

     

    Lychee and Ginger Lemonade - A refreshing cocktail flavoured with the zing of Ginger. I remember everyone drinking these out of small pouches and a straw on the streets in Bangkok. It didn't look that great but when I had one, I was hooked! Pretty simple to prepare here as well.

     

    Food

    Raw Mango Salad with Prawns

    A staple of any thai meal. The much in season Raw Mango shaved into strings, tossed with a sweet and spicy dressing and uplifted by some prawns. A refreshing dish for sure! You always consider salads as a table meal, but all these conceptions were gone when we saw this light salad being sold on the streets on little paper plates! A perfect snack for this Thai snack bar from the trip!.

     

    Thai basil chicken 

    Chicken cooked with basil leaves, a trademark of thai cuisine. A fresh flavour to the mundane chicken. You will love this one! This one dish was available where ever we went. I really loved snacking on a cone of this when exploring Bangkok on foot!.

     

    Thai Pork Balls  

    This off beat thai street food snack presented to you here in Bangalore! Mildly flavoured pork mince made into balls and served on sticks with a lovely sweet and spicy dipping sauce. The best street snack that I picked up from the street. The recipe was given to me by a sweet old lady selling out of a 1 foot stall!.

     

    Sticky Ginger Soy Drumsticks 

    Chicken drumsticks glazed and shining with a unique combination of ginger, salt, honey and soy sauce! Get in your fingers, this is going to be a sticky ride!.

     

    Dessert

    Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Spiced Mangos

    This refreshing light dessert to end the evening is made with coconut milk and tapioca pearls and taken a notch up with some spiced fresh mangoes.

     

  • Where we will be?
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  • You Should Know:
    • Alcohol
      Served
    • Footwear
      allowed
      inside
    • Not
      Required
    • No
      Smoking
    • No Pets
      at home
    • Pets
      not allowed
    • Not Child
      Friendly
    • No Parking
      Provided
    • No AC
  • Cancellation Terms:
    All OpenOut experiences can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Reviews From other experiences hosted by Amruta
2018-02-24
This was Amruta's first experience after having seen her as a guest for quite some time on other OpenOuts. What made this special apart from the rustic food was the presence of her family and them taking pride in their culture and sharing it with us. Cheers to many more.. Kharda Chicken is my star of the day!
Booking Details
  • HSR Layout, Bengaluru
  • Rs 865 per person
A Thai cocktail evening: Black and White Gettogethers
17 Feb 2018
1
You will pay:
Openout:
Rs 750
Service Fee:
Rs 115
Total
Rs 865
Num of People:
1
Grand Total:
Rs 865
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