Sumptuous Thai Cuisine

Last March 15, 2011 was the opening of  Ruen Thai restaurant in Dusit Thani hotel, 5th Settlement, New Cairo.  The warm welcome using the Thai greetings will make you feel like you’re in Thailand.  Its remarkable contemporary  architecture, elegance, homey ambience, authentic and sumptuous cuisine, mouthwatering and delectable  food, excellent service will surely captivate your senses.   The chefs & staff are truly accommodating!  For more information, check out: Dusit Thani Lake View Cairo, Egypt.


Ruen Thai Restaurant

Thai Menu

Plah Pa Salmon (grilled marinated salmon with lemon grass, coconut chili lime dressing)

Bour Thod Phuket (deep fried sweet corn, carrots, zucchini, shrimp, Thai red curry paste “Phuket style”)

Thod Mun Goong (deep fried shrimp cakes served with chili plum sauce)

Pla Thod Sod Takai Num Makham (crisp fried whole sea bass with tamarind lemon grass sauce)

Nuea Pad Num Mon Hoy (stir fried beef with oyster sauce, chili and basil leaves)

DSCGeang Rwang Goong (yellow prawn curry with broccoli and zucchini)

Kao Phad (Ruen Thai special fried rice with minced shrimp and seven herbs)

Thai Dessert


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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. bruno vieira
    Mar 28, 2011 @ 12:30:43

    Beautiful pictures, congratulations on the blog.
    you know the Amazon in Brazil.
    here are some photos from my blog to beaches and restaurants in the forest:


    Mar 28, 2011 @ 18:32:56

    Yeah! That’s why I wanna go to Brazil soon. Thank you Bruno. 🙂


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