FAQ

Customer Questions and Answers

  • 01 - Is rice included in Royal Thai Cuisine meals?
  • 02 - How many servings will one package provide?
  • 03 - I am somewhat new to Thai food, I have only eaten Pad Thai, and that was at a restaurant. How is your food different than what I could buy at a sit-down  Thai restaurant?
  • 04 - Thai food has a reputation for being spicy... is this food spicy?
  • 05 - What are the typical flavors I can expect with meals from Royal Thai Cuisine?
  • 06 - I like Chinese food. Does this mean that I will like Thai food? Are they similar in taste?
  • 01 - Is rice included in Royal Thai Cuisine meals?
  • 02 - How many servings will one package provide?
  • 03 - I am somewhat new to Thai food, I have only eaten Pad Thai, and that was at a restaurant. How is your food different than what I could buy at a sit-down  Thai restaurant?
  • 04 - Thai food has a reputation for being spicy... is this food spicy?
  • 05 - What are the typical flavors I can expect with meals from Royal Thai Cuisine?
  • 06 - I like Chinese food. Does this mean that I will like Thai food? Are they similar in taste?

Rice is not included in most Royal Thai Cuisine meals unless listed on the package of ingredients. Pre-cooking and then reheating rice with the other contents of the meal will result in inconsistent preparation. We recommend Thai Jasmine rice for most of our meals.

Each meal has been determined to provide the right amount of calories to satisfy the appetite of a single customer

Royal Thai Cuisine has prepared this meal is to provide the quality and consistency of taste that one would experience ordering the same meal at a traditional Thai restaurant. If heated properly--according to the instructions on the package--Royal Thai Cuisine meals should provide you with the Thai restaurant experience in the comfort of your home.

The spice profile of each meal has been developed to provide the customer with the flavor sensations associated with a mild mixture of Thai chilis. However, the hot sensation of spicy chilis is an individual preference and for those individuals who are spice sensitive they should be cautioned to sample a taste before consuming their Royal Thai Cuisine meal.

Each Royal Thai Cuisine meal will give the consumer a different profile of taste. That is part of the joyful experience associated with eating Thai food. A delicate palate will often be able to detect spices such as ginger, lemon grass or kaffir lime...the soft display of coconut milk...the heat of a Thai chili...

Chinese food if prepared properly can result in a wonderful taste experience. Plus, China also has many different styles of food depending upon what region of the country it originated. But comparing Chinese food, regardless region of origin, with Thai food will not result in a equal evaluation. Depending upon personal palates, Chinese food and Thai food deliver different flavor profiles--which can be extreme in some cases.