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À la carte menu

We hope you will enjoy our recipes – they are made with the freshest ingredients to give you a healthy meal.

If you have a food allergy or special dietary restrictions, please notify a manager and our chefs will do their best to accommodate your needs.

W – Contains wheat flour
N – Contains nuts

We do not use MSG in our cooking

Prices and items contained in all our menus and drinks lists online are subject to change without notice. Current menus and drinks lists are always available at the restaurant.

   

Appetisers

 
   
Song Pi Nong – Two Brothers (W) £7.95

King prawns two styles – First, Japanese style crispy tempura prawns
and second, prawns seasoned with herbs and individually wrapped in filo parcels

 
   
Gung Yang Ta-Krai – Gourmet Prawns £7.95

Char-grilled king prawns with lemon grass, served with garlic, fresh chilli, lime and coriander dip 

 
   
Hoi Yang – Lady in the Garden (W) £8.95

Char-grilled king scallops tossed in garlic and crushed black pepper, served with garlic, chilli, lime and coriander dip

 
   
Koo Saneha – A Loving couple £9.50

A simple but delicious char-grilled jumbo prawn with king scallops, served with garlic, chilli, lime and coriander dip

 
   
Gung Ob Mordin – In Harmony (W) £9.50

A gourmet dish of steamed jumbo prawns and glass noodles,
flavoured with fresh herbs, ground pepper, perfumed mushroom and sesame dressing

 
   
Gung Yang Teriyaki – Lovely Lady (W) £9.50
Char-grilled jumbo king prawns dressed with Japanese soy sauce and toasted sesame  
   
Tod Mun Pla – Run away Fish (N)   £7.50
Famous Thai fish cakes, made with fresh haddock flavoured with kaffir lime leaves, long yard beans and a paste of red chilli, served with home made sweet chilli, cucumber, shallots and crushed peanut dip  
   
Pla Long Tang – Fleeing Fish (W), (N) £7.95
A salad of crispy haddock combined with fresh mango, lime, ginger, cashew nuts and tossed in an exotic sweet tamarind dressing   
   
Yum Pla Dook Foo Savoury Fish (W),(N) £7.95

The traditional way to make this salad is using catfish. Versions of
this hot, sour crispy sea bass and mango salad are also made in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.

 
   
Satay Gai – Made-up Hen (N) £6.95
Marinated supreme of chicken with Asian spices, skewered on bamboo sticks and cooked slowly over the charcoals, served with peanut sauce and cucumber relish  
   
Ped Chom Yong – Pretty Duck (N) £7.95
Char-grilled magret of duck, flirting with fresh mango, cashew nuts and red onion, dressed with pineapple and crushed chilli   
   
Seau Rong Hai Tiger Cry £7.50

A warm salad of barbequed beef accompanied by Nam Jim sauce.
The name “Tiger Cry” is attributed to the small red bird’s eye chillies in the sauce that are hot enough to bring tears to the tiger’s eyes

 
   
Popia (W) £5.50
Thai style vegetarian spring rolls filled with glass noodle, perfumed mushroom and spring onion  
   
Song Gleur Jeur Gan – Two Friends Meeting (W), (N)   £5.50
A classic Thai snack of sweet potato and Taro (from the potato family, or Yum in Chinese) fritter, served with sweet chilli and crushed peanuts   
   
   

Soups

 
   
   
Thai soup is currently under study for its ability to boost the immune system and help fight off cold and flu viruses.  
   
Tom Yum  
A traditional Thai hot & sour soup flavoured with lemon grass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, Nam Prig Pao (chilli dressing), oyster mushroom, saw tooth parsley, coriander and fresh lime juice, with  
   
Chicken
Vegetables
King Prawns or Seafood
£5.50
£5.50
£6.50
   
Tom Kha  
A refreshing soup with coconut cream and flavoured with lemon grass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, oyster mushroom, Thai flat parsley, coriander and fresh limejuice, with  
   
Chicken
Vegetables
King Prawns or Seafood
£5.50
£5.50
£6.50
   
   

From the Wok

 
   
   
Stir-fry has always played an important part in Thai culture and each occasion has its own dishes. All are cooked with Soy Sauce.  
   
Pad King (W)  
An aromatic stir-fried dish with juliennes of fresh ginger and spring onion, with  
   
Chicken or Beef
Duck
King Prawns
Monkfish or King Scallops
£10.95
£14.50
£14.95
£19.95
   
Pad Kraprao (W)  
A classic Thai dish of stir-fry with garlic, fresh chilli and holy basil, with  
   
Chicken or Beef
Duck
King Prawns
Mixed Seafood (King Prawns, King Scallops and Monkfish)
£10.95
£14.50
£14.95
£19.95
   
Pad Phet Prig Tai Ong (W)  
This is a fiery and delicious stir-fry of chilli, baby aubergine, imported green peppercorn and sweet basil, with  
   
Duck
8oz Sirloin Steak
£14.50
£16.50
   
Pad Med Mamumg Himmapan (N), (W)  
Bangkok’s most popular stir-fried dish with cashew nuts, Nam Prig Pao (chilli dressing) and roasted chilli, with  
   
Chicken
King Prawns
£12.95
£14.95
   
Nuer Yang Teriyaki (W) £16.50
Grilled marinated  8oz sirloin steak topped with Japanese soy sauce and toasted sesame on a bed of bean sprouts, spring onion and fresh chilli   
   
Gratium Prig Tai Nuer Yang (W)  

Barbecue is served everywhere in Thailand, from roadside stalls to
sports stadia. This is the perfect dish – 8oz sirloin steak topped with garlic and crushed black pepper sauce

 
   
Pad Benjapan (W), (N) £16.50
A Chinese influenced stir-fry with cashew nuts, assorted vegetables and home made sweet plum sauce and soya bean, with  
   
Crispy Chicken
Duck
King Prawns
£12.95
£14.50 £14.95
   
Gai Dusit (N) £12.95
Our house special grilled marinated supreme of chicken topped with red onion, cashew nuts, fresh mango and pineapple and crushed chilli dressing  
   
Gai Manow (W) £11.95

It was the Chinese who originally created sweet and sour cooking,
but the Thais also do it very well. This version has a fresher and cleaner flavour – crispy chicken topped with fresh lime sauce

 
   

Ped Sord Som (W)

£15.95

Asian twist on a classic French dish – roast duck topped with orange marmalade and Cointreau sauce

 
   

Moo Dang (W)

£13.95

The Chinese influence on Thai cuisine from the early years, when
colonists from southern China brought this succulent pork loin marinated in red wine, grilled and accompanied by green vegetables

 
   

Pad Nammanhoi (W)

 

Typical upcountry stir-fried meat dish with pak choi and mushroom
in oyster sauce and sesame dressing, with

 
   

Chicken
Beef   

£10.95
£10.95
   

Bangkok Duck (W),(N)

15.95

Our house special crispy duck on a bed of steamed Chinese broccoli topped with a light soy sauce and cashew nuts

 
   
   

Curry Specialities

 
   
   

Curries are our specialty and all are cooked in coconut cream and Nam Pla (Thai fish sauce). Some of the meats have been marinated with soy sauce, which contains wheat.

 
   
Gaeng Phet  
An old fashioned medium spicy red curry with bamboo shoots, aubergine, fresh chilli and sweet basil, with  
   
Chicken or Beef
Roast duck
King Prawns
£11.95
£14.95
£14.95
   
Geang Keow Wan  
The name says it all!!! Famous Thai green curry with bamboo shoots, aubergine, fresh chilli and sweet basil, with  
   
Chicken or beef
Roast duck
King Prawns
Grilled 8oz Sirloin Steak
£11.95
£14.95
£14.95
£16.50
   
Panang  
A rich and medium spicy red curry with lady finger chilli, kaffir lime leaves and sweet basil, with  
   
Chicken or Beef
Roast Duck
King Prawns
Grilled 8oz Sirloin Steak
£11.95
£14.95
£14.95
£16.50
   
Gaeng Massaman (N)  
A gently red curry from the South of Thailand with sweet potatoes, onion and crushed peanuts, with  
   
Chicken
Roast Duck
Lamb Shank
£11.95
£14.95
£16.50
   
Dusit Curry (N) £16.50
Succulent marinated 8oz sirloin steak, char-grilled and served in mysterious red curry sauce  
   
   
Choo Chi  
An exotic combination of red curry and home made chilli dressing, flavoured with holy basil and fresh chilli, with  
   
Char grilled Duck
King Prawns
8oz Sirloin Steak
£14.95
£14.95
£16.50
   
   

Seafood Specialities

 
   
   

Every time I visit Bang Sang with a group of friends or family, I always bring them to my local seafood restaurant on the beach.

 
   
Talay Sam Rod (W) £20.50
Char-grilled monkfish, king scallops and jumbo prawns topped with exotic sweet tamarind and limejuice, flavoured with garlic, crushed chilli, kaffir lime leaves and basil  
   
Pla Ka-Pong Pad Heang (W), (N) £18.95 
An aromatic stir-fry of crispy sea bass fillet with mushroom, cashew nuts, roasted chilli, chilli dressing and shaohsing (Chinese rice wine)    
   
Pad Phet Tom Yum £19.95
A delicacy! Stir-fry of king prawns, king scallops and monkfish with a cloud of fresh herbs, Nam Prig Pao (chilli dressing) and a splash of limejuice  
   
   
Pad Char Pla Nuer Ong (W) £19.95
An extremely spicy stir-fried fish of the day with Ka-chai (Zingiber), galangal, baby aubergine, long yard beans, imported green peppercorns and fresh yellow chilli  
   
Pad Prig Tai Dumm (W) £19.95
A small hint of fiery spice with stir-fried king prawns, king scallops and monkfish with assorted vegetables, imported green peppercorn, black pepper and crushed bird’s eye chilli   
   
Pad Anamai (W) £15.95

A light stir-fry of king prawns with broccoli, sugar snap peas and asparagus with a touch of oyster sauce and sesame dressing

 
   
   

Vegetarian Dishes

 
   
   

The healthy way to enjoy fresh vegetable produce and exotic fruits. Some dishes are not suitable for vegetarian diets.

 
   
Bupachat £9.95

A Bangkok style red curry of assorted vegetables and lady-finger chilli. This curry is perfect for autumn or winter evenings

 
   
Pad Benjapan (W), (N) £9.95
Stir-fried seasonal vegetables with cashew nuts and homemade sweet plum sauce and soya bean   
   
Pad Himmapan (N) £9.95
Stir-fried exotic mushroom, assorted vegetables and cashew nuts with roasted chilli and mild chilli dressing  
   
Pad Phet Pah Pak £9.95
Spicy and layered with flavour stir-fried assorted vegetables, ka-chai, bamboo shoots, imported green peppercorn, baby aubergine, Asian basil and a paste of red chilli  
   
Nutty Curry (W),(N) £10.95

This curry is deliciously thicker than most other Thai curries, made with fried bean curd tossed in creamy red curry and peanut sauce

 
   
   

Rice and Noodles

 
   
   

Rice is a staple food for a large part of the world’s human population, especially Southeast Asia.

 
   
Kao Prao £2.80
Steamed fragrant Thai rice  
   
Kao Mun Kati £3.20
Steamed Thai fragrant rice, flavoured with coconut cream  
   
Kao Pad Kai £3.20
Egg fried rice   
   
Kao Neow £3.70
The delicious steamed glutinous or sticky Thai rice, most widely used in North and Northeast Thailand Isan region  
   
Roti (W) £3.95
Roti is the traditional Indian bread, normally eaten with curries  
   
Pad Thai (N)  
This is one of the most famous Thai noodle dishes in the world, with sweet tamarind dressing, egg, roughly chopped peanuts and roasted chilli powder  
   
King Prawns
Chicken
Vegetables & Tofu
£10.50
£9.50
£9.50
   

Pad Mee

£4.95
Stir fried egg noodle with beansprout and spring onion  

Dusit Thai Restaurant 49a Thistle Street. Edinburgh. EH2 1DY. T: 0131 220 6846 F: 0131 477 2533 E: info@dusit.co.uk