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    • ISBN:9780751571844
    • Publication date:04 Oct 2018

Bangkok Thai: The Busaba Cookbook

By Busaba

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  • £25.00

A cookery bible from the UK's favourite Thai restaurant chain.

Busaba is modern Bangkok dining. Having opened its first restaurant on London's Wardour Street in 1999, the chain now has 13 restaurants across the capital and its suburbs, with a number of locations winning consumer and trade awards.

Bangkok Thai: The Busaba Cookbook takes everything the restaurants legions of fans love about Thai cookery and makes it available to the amateur chef. The book offers 100 recipes ranging from salads and soups to stir-fries, wok noodles, curries and chargrills, as well as Asian-inspired cocktails and desserts. And it's all achievable without having to locate specialist food shops; the book has been developed specifically with home cooks in mind, and along with easy to obtain ingredients offers shortcuts and hacks to help recreate the tastes of South-East Asia with as little fuss and as much enjoyment as possible.

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  • ISBN: 9780751571851
  • Publication date: 04 Oct 2018
  • Page count: 272
  • Imprint: Sphere
Spice up cool winter nights with the help of the first cookbook from popular modern Thai restaurants, Busaba. From spicy salads and soups to stir-fries and curries, this book makes Thai cookery achievable for all — Wandsworth & Clapham Magazine
Launched in 1999 and now with 13 restaurants, Busaba's new book Bangkok Thai: The Busaba Cookbook features over 100 tried, tasted and loved recipes that can be made with little fuss. Recreate the taste of South East Asia at home — Food & Travel
Spice up cool winter nights with the help of the first cookbook from popular modern Thai restaurants, Busaba. From spicy salads and soups to stir-fries and curries, this book makes Thai cookery achievable for all — Richmond Magazine
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