Ellicott City Thai restaurant - Eattini Thai Kitchen

Uncommon Thai Dishes You’ll Love

While the most well known Thai dish is Pad Thai, there are various other dishes that are less explored. For those who are up for an adventure and enjoy tasting rare dishes, you may want to try the meals listed below. And if you’re looking for an Ellicott City Thai restaurant, Eattini Thai Kitchen serves authentic Thai food that was perfected throughout generations!

Unique and Delicious Thai Dishes

Goong Ten

Or dancing shrimp are live baby shrimp. It is a local favorite and a unique experience as the shrimp dance in your mouth. They are seasoned with fish sauce, chopped onion, and dry chili. This dish combines sour, spicy, and crunchy textures and flavors. Don’t forget to squeeze the juice of a lime on top of the shrimp before you dig in!

Koi Nuea

The star of this dish is spicy raw minced beef. It is tossed together with mint, fish sauce, spicy chilies, and a squeeze of lime juice. The lime juice offers a sour kick while its acidity will begin cooking the meat. It also allows the seasoning to further marinate.

Yam Pla Dook Foo

This dish is best shared with others and used as an appetizer. It is crispy fried catfish with a green mango salad. The catfish is flaked into small pieces and then fried making it fluffy and crunchy. The green mango salad enhances the flavor of this dish with its sweet, sour, and mild spice.

Hoy Kraeng

Blood clams are known as a street-side snack. Don’t let the name fool you – they are called that because of their reddish hue. The blood clams are boiled or steamed and served with a dipping sauce. Always pick the clams with shells that are open.

Kanom Beuang

This dish is also known as sweet coconut taco crisps. It consists of tiny crispy tacos filled with coconut meringue and is topped with grated coconut. They taste best when served fresh.

Eattini Thai Kitchen: Ellicott City Thai Restaurant

At Eattini Thai Kitchen, we are a family-owned business. We use quality meats, tropical herbs, and fresh ingredients. Our main goals are to create quality meals and experiences for our guests. Give us a call or order online today!

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Please note: Eattini will be closed 11/24-11/26 for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will reopen on Friday, 11/27.