What drinks goes with Thai food?

The sweet muskiness of Pinot Gris works well with most Thai dishes, while a sweet Riesling goes with Thai-spiced seafood, stir-fries, and salads. Do you prefer beer with your food? Citrusy, spicy beers go best with hot and sour Thai dishes, while beef salad is the ideal match for an ice-cold Singha beer.

What cocktails go with Thai curry?

To cool down the heat of the dish, drinks with strong fruit bases are ideal and in the Moroccan Cocktail you get the lush pomegranate flavor but a little cardamom for spice that would pair with a Thai Chicken Curry dish nicely. Another option is to go with a drink like the Hello Kitty.

What beer goes well with Thai food?

Our favourite beers with Thai food include:

  • IPA (Indian Pale Ale) IPA’s have a citrusy aroma and pair perfectly with heavier, aromatic dishes. …
  • Lager. …
  • Whitbier (bière blanche) …
  • Off-dry Riesling. …
  • Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio. …
  • Gewürztraminer. …
  • Sauvignon Blanc. …
  • Exotic fruit juices.

Does wine go well with Thai food?

With Thai food, fruit-forward often works best. White wines with acidity and a hint of residual sugar are the go-to for most Thai food. These off-dry wines enhance flavors, provide balance, and calm spice where it’s too intense. Look for wines with Spätlese, Kabinett, demi-sec, or off-dry on the label.

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What alcohol goes with red Thai curry?

Off-dry Riesling is the No. 1 catch-all for a smorgasbord of takeout Thai dishes. For die-hard red wine lovers, reds can work with Thai food, too, particularly with milder dishes. When pairing red wine with spicy dishes like curry, stay away from anything with too much tannin, unless you’re a serious seeker of spice.

What beer goes with Thai green curry?

Phil Vickery, chef and broadcaster:​ You need a light lager or summer ale, the paler the better. Although fragrant, Thai curry carries a kick and can be quite rich with coconut milk and big flavoured herbs, so a the soft lager type of beer would be perfect.

What drink goes well with pad thai?

You could drink something like a cru Beaujolais or a young pinot noir but if I was going for a French wine I’d plump for an aromatic white – an Alsace riesling or sylvaner or a zesty sauvignon blanc from the Loire. Dry riesling from elsewhere would also work, obviously, or a Marlborough sauvignon from New Zealand.

What red wine goes with Thai green curry?

So I suggest a youthful Mosel, Rheingau, or Rheinhessen wine. Perhaps of Spätlese level to ensure some riper flavours to work with the chilli. This will be around 8 to 10 per cent alcohol, which will give you some sweetness too.

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