Thai New Year, also known as Songkran, is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day from April 13th to the 15th. Ayara Thai Cuisine, located in Westchester, will be featuring street food specialties every weekend in April to celebrate the Thai New Year.
In consecutive order, Ayara Thai will be serving Khao Man Gai (April 4-6), Roti (April 11-13), Goong Pow (April 18-20), and Khao Moo Dang (April 25-27).
Khao Man Gai
Cleaver-flattened pieces of chicken served with rice and a ginger garlic sauce.
This unleavened flatbread is normally served with cooked vegetables or curries.
Whole Grilled Shrimp served with the entire shell served with Ayara’s Thai Chili-Lime Sauce made with
fresh Thai chili, garlic, lime juice, and fish sauce.
Khao Moo Dang
BBQ Pork, Crisp Pork Belly and Chinese Sausage with a Pickled Plum Sauce, Lemongrass and Rice.
About Ayara Thai Cuisine
Ayara Thai Cuisine, a family-owned restaurant in Los Angeles opened in August of 2004 by chef and restaurateur, Andy Asapahu and his wife, chef Anna Asapahu, to craft delicious home-cooked Thai food. At Ayara Thai Cuisine, dishes are prepared from family recipes and cooking styles have been passed down through generations.
The Asapahu family of Ayara Thai offers taste of their authentic home-cooked Thai food, where quality is never compromised. They use fresh seasonal ingredients and each dish is prepared from scratch and enhanced individually by herbs and spices to ensure the boldest, most genuine flavors.
For more information, visit http://www.ayarathaicuisine.com
Ayara Thai Cuisine – 310-410-8848
6245 West 87th St.