Thai-isaan Cuisine 10

Name Cuisine Photo
Khao Neow
(Lao)
sticky rice
Khao Soi
Northern Thai Coconut Curry Noodle Soup. Burmese-influenced dish
Larb
(Lao)
Probably the best-known dish from Laos, laap is a chopped meat “salad”
Larb Pla Duk
Spicy Catfish Salad. The catfish is grilled over burning coals to become smoky yet still remain firm and flaky. The fish is de-boned and mixed with the normal larb ingredients to form a mouthwatering spicy combination fish salad. ...
Nam Tok Moo
The pork is lightly grilled, mixed with a host of herbs and spices and dressed in lime juice and fish sauce.
Nam Tok Nue
This is a spicy marinated grilled deef salad usually cooked using a barbeque beef (the juices drip onto charcoal hence the name waterfall) or fried or broiled beef.
Pad Thai
Stir-fried rice noodle dish commonly served as a street food and at casual local eateries in Thailand. It is made with soaked dried rice noodles, which are stir-fried with eggs and chopped firm tofu, and flavored with tamarind ...
Tom Saab Moo
Tom Saab Moo roughly translates as spicy pork soup. The soup originated in the Isaan (northeast) area of Thailand, where most of the tastiest food in this country comes from. This incredibly tasty soup is the less well-known ...
Yam Naem Khao Tod
Thai snack dish that includes lightly curried croquettes of fried rice, made into balls, broken apart, and mixed lightly fermented pig skin and pork, seasoned, and mixed into a salad.
Yam Ruam Mit Talay
A popular Thai street food to eat is a mixed mung bean noodle salad. The clear noodles are often mixed with your choice of seafood and and then are nicely flavored with lime juice.