Time to tempt your tastebuds with Thai!
Head out to Lonsdale Street and make a right
Make your way past Heffernan Lane, and two doors down you will start to smell the delicious spices.
@t-ease is on your right,
go in and grab a bite!
@t-ease specialises in authentic Thai street food, or Ta-Rad Toe-Rung as it’s traditionally known.
Here you will be treated to their signature streets of Bangkok dish and some juicy vegetarian springs rolls to share.
Game: Degrees of separation
One person picks two things that are unrelated.
The other person has to provide a chain of plausible associations to connect them.
For example, if you say "lion and slippers," I might say, "A lion hunts warthogs. Warthogs are pigs. Pigs in a blanket is a breakfast entree. A blanket goes on a bed. When I get out of bed, I put on my slippers."
Maybe (definitely) you can come up with a better one than this.
Chopsticks are not used to eat most Thai dishes!
In Thailand, chopsticks are used only to eat noodles, never rice. When eating rice, Thai people typically use a fork and spoon - using the fork to push food onto the spoon. Knives are usually not on the table either, as the food comes cut into small bite sized pieces already.