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Songkran Thai New Year

During Songkran, people travel across the globe to spend time with their family and friends and immerse themselves in water fights and street parties that last nearly a whole week! ‘Water fights for nearly a whole week?’ we hear you say…

Mothers Day

In Thailand, Mother’s Day is a huge occasion and widely celebrated across the country, just as it is here in the UK. The Jasmine flower is a symbol used across many Mother’s Day events in Thailand and not just in its floral form.

International Women's Day

There are many incredible women to celebrate this International Women's Day but we want to shine the spotlight on the beating heart of our business - Kim Kaewkraikhot, our owner and very talented Executive Chef.

The Thaikhun Story

Although our Thaikhun restaurants across England and Scotland may be closed, for now, we won’t stop giving you our most popular Thai street food for you to enjoy at home. You can order our tasty Thai street food on Deliveroo and collection – or you can call our team during our opening hours and place your order with us directly for collection.

How to make chicken satay

Your most loved starter! A true Thai classic and one of our best sellers, Chicken Satay skewers. Our classic dish of chicken bamboo skewers, charcoal grilled and served with peanut sauce and Thai sweet relish is must if you love Thai food as much as we do.

Valenthaine's at Thaikhun

In Thailand, other halves don’t hold back when it comes to splashing out for this special weekend. With tying the knot becoming ever more popular on Valentine’s Day, Bangkok is flooded with boyfriends buying the biggest and the best cuddly bears and bouquets for their fiance.

How to make papaya salad

We’ve made a vegetarian version of one of our favourite dishes from the menu – Som Tum Papaya salad. But don’t let ‘Salad’ in the name put you off. Spicy, salty, sour and sweet – the perfect flavour balance packs a punch and goes perfectly with a bowl of sticky rice on the side.

Thaikhun at home

Although our Thaikhun restaurants across England and Scotland may be closed, for now, we won’t stop giving you our most popular Thai street food for you to enjoy at home. You can order our tasty Thai street food on Deliveroo and collection – or you can call our team during our opening hours and place your order with us directly for collection.

How to make Sweetcorn cakes

Traditional Thai Sweetcorn Cakes are a true Thai street food favourite, you’ll find these everywhere in Thailand. We wanted to bring them to you which is why they’re available on our delicious menu.