Coconut Cool Down Tasting @ Bangkok Garden

With the last bit of the hot weather left in Toronto, Bangkok garden (@bangkokgardenTO) is featuring an exclusive “cool down” coconut tasting menu to help you cool off your taste buds! Starting now until the end of September, Bangkok garden (located a block north of Yonge & Dundas) is offering a 7 course coconut inspired authentic Thai dishes for everyone to try. Luckily enough for me, I had the pleasure of enjoying this #cooldown tasting and it was amazing! Let me share with you the highlights of my evenings 🙂

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{Left} Mai Thai Cocktail & {Right} Wild Orchid Cocktail

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Spiced Chicken Bites

  • Coconut battered chicken, chili sauce

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Spicy Prawn Laksa

  • Black Tiger Shrimp, spicy coconut broth, rice noodles, lemongrass, lime leaves

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Toasted Coconut Chicken Salad 

  • Grilled chicken, green leaf lettuce, coriander, shallots, chili & lemon dressing (contains fish sauce)

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Sweet Pepper & Tofu Stir Fry

  • Green coconut curry, mixed vegetable, banana pepper, Jasmine Rice

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Tilapia

  • Steamed tilapia fillet, lemongrass, coconut curry, jasmine rice

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Vegetable Pad Thai

  • Green coconut curry, rice noodles, mixed vegetable

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Lemongrass Coconut Cream with Graham Crumble

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Panko Fried Banana with coconut Ice Cream 

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Brownie Drizzled with Spiced White Chocolate & Coconut Ice Cream

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So let me start off by warning you foodies that I have a close to zero spice tolerance so some of the dishes were extremely spicy to me but trust me, it didn’t stop me from eating. My all time favourite and highlight of the evening was unexpectedly the spicy prawn laksa. When I say unexpectedly, I mean its not something I would usually order but I’m damn glad I had the chance to try it. The spicy coconut broth was unbelievably spicy, creamy but amazingly tasty and addictive. I wanted to ask for seconds. The toasted coconut chicken salad was such a refreshing compliment following the laksa to literally “cool off” the taste buds. Last but not least, we indulged in a yummy vegetable pad thai that I want to mention is not like any pad thai’s I had before. I felt that the sauce they used (of course does not contain ketchup) tasted quite similar to the spicy prawn laksa creamy sauce. #sogood

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