For the first gift set, it features crunchy goodies including baked golden threads made by drizzling egg yolks. This dessert is mostly served at weddings and special celebratory fairs and carries a meaning of longevity. It's believed that golden threads grant a newly married couple a smooth sailing. Next is crispy soft rolls that have Portuguese culinary influences and signify prosperity. Last but not least is Thai shortbread cookies, believed to convey well wishes upon those who eat them.
All desserts can last up to one month in the refrigerator. Please allow 1-2 days for orders to be processed.
On to the next set is an assortment of sweet treats "Golden Turtle," which symbolizes longevity, "Thong Ake," which means wealth in Thai, "Cha Mongkut," a symbol of leadership, "Sanae Chan," gives the meaning of charm like moonlight, and "Golden Threads," said to bring good fortune. All of our desserts are packed beautifully in a wooden box decorated with fresh flowers. (Please allow 2-3 days for orders to be processed)
In addition to the yummy desserts, the restaurant is also adding homemade chili paste, which never fails to impress, into your gift wish list. For 2,500 baht, you will get young tamarind paste with crispy fish, ma mard mad, and chili pepper paste, each packaged in a glass jar with a side of fresh vegetables. (Please allow 3 days for orders to be processed. Chili paste can last up to 1 week when kept refrigerated)
Guests are invited to celebrate the festive season and gift a long-distance loved one these fabulous gift boxes.
Thonglor Thai Cuisine is open daily from 10.30 AM until 9.00 PM for dine-in, take-out and delivery. For more information, please call 095-426-4646 or 02-000-4701 visit www.thong-lor.com and stay connected with the restaurant on Facebook, Instagram, and LINE: Thonglor Cuisine., please click here: dish must be less value)
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