Starting a Thai Restaurant

Every traditional cuisine is rooted with the history of the place where it flourished. So if you are planning to become a restaurateur specializing in Thai cooking, you must first know the culture and tradition of the place where it has originated.

Foods are the refection of a person’s character. Just by knowing his/her taste preference, you can presume what is the ethnic background of a person. So before jumping into the business of Thai restaurant, know relevant things that can help you succeed.

Thai cuisine is known for its perfect balance of the five fundamental tastes. Each dish is expected to possess these kinds of tastes: sour, sweet, spicy, salty, and bitter (but the last comes optional). Thai cuisine is a combination of four regional cooking found in the country, the reason why it is so diverse.

Unlike in most of Western cuisine which has a single main course and side dishes, Thai meal has a single dish which was commonly rice. This comes with many complementary dishes that are served at the same time. Rice is a staple food in Thai cuisine, as it is most in Asian cuisine. Also, Thai cooking is well-known for its use of fresh herbs and spices (not dried ones). And a lot of sauce is also expected to complement the dishes.

Thai food is often served with many spicy condiments. There are varieties of these such as spicy chili sauce, dried chili pieces, and sliced chili peppers. Because of this highly-globalize world and the influx of Thai immigrants, Thai delicacy is now becoming popular in many countries like, Canada, US, New Zealand, UK, and Australia.

Thai food is generally eaten using fork and spoon, and chopsticks are rarely used. But in the Northern and Northeastern region people there use their right hands when eating. They will form a ball with sticky rice and dip into side dishes or sauce. Thai cuisine has been mostly influenced by its neighboring countries like China, Malaysia, Laos, and India, making its delicacy rich in flavors and tastes. Noodles are also a popular Thai dish, and it usually comes as a single dish like the famous stir-fried Pat Thai. This dish has been mainly influenced by Chinese cuisine.

If you want to bring not just Thai cuisine to the palate of your customers but also the whole experience of being in Thailand, the restaurant design should also replicate the ambiance of traditional Thai architecture. The country’s architectural design is vivid with floral and vegetal decorations. So if you want to give your customers the whole experience of being in Thailand, place potted plants around the terrace or windows. Also, the interiors should incorporate collection of exquisite objects like Buddha images, lacquer ware, paintings, ceramics, and gold and silver textiles to give it a true Thai-style.

Make sure that your restaurant is most memorable because of its exquisite combination of culinary arts and architectural creativeness. If you emphasize on food and interior design, the place would definitely appeal not only to a diner's palate but also to his/her visual sense.


  • Phikul Thanantha ( Tak - nick name ) said on January 31, 2010
    location: 246 Foord St., Stellarton, Nova Scotia, B0K 1S0, canada
    Please help me to start a thai restaurant, forward me all the needed information.
  • bobby said on February 24, 2010
    Hi I would like to start a thai restaurant in singapore. I would very much appreciate help to start a thai restaurant. Is there anything I need to take note of?
  • littlehanoi said on March 10, 2010
    Hanoi, Vietnam. Please provide whatever information related to opening a Thai restaurant
  • Demetrius said on April 10, 2010
    Hi, I would like to start a thai restaurant in the U.S. I would appreciate some help to start this business. Please forward me all the needed information.
  • bevan campbell said on May 5, 2010
    I am in Sydney, Australia. I wish to know the requirements to outfit a kitchen for a Thai restaurant/takeaway. thanking you, Bevan
  • Saigunas said on May 8, 2010
    Hi, I am also interested in starting Thai food restaurant in my city. I live in Kaunas, it is in Lithuania(North east Europe, by Baltic sea). In my city is no Thai food restaurant so I think I should be interesting to people. Could you give me some info for starting?
  • Pornsawan. said on May 18, 2010
    I'm in Bangkok, Thailand. I need to start thai restaurant business in another country but I don't have any information which country they like thai food I want to start in asia first would you give me some idea which country is entering to start business? Thank you
  • andy said on June 25, 2010
    Hi, I'm opening a Thai Restaurant however i'm very confused how to get the ingredient. waiting for your suggestion. thanks and regards ANDY Dimapur Nagaland, India pin-797112
  • Matthew said on July 6, 2010
    Hi, I'd like to open up a Thai restaurant in Poland. Would love to meet experienced Thai national chefs as business partners. 7. Pornsawan. on 5/18/2010 7:55:57 AM - might be a great contact :)Feel free to contact me
  • Ruben Arias said on July 18, 2010
    I am planning to start a Thai Restaurant in Mexicali, Baja California Mexico. I need all the helpful information I can get from furniture to supplies. Thanks
  • Little Kitty said on July 27, 2010
    I'm planning to open Thai Restaurant in Cologne, German. I need some information about starting the business there. Thanks
  • John said on July 28, 2010
    Hello I am in South west Sydney, Australia. I want to open a thai restaurant and would like some information on the requirements to fit out a kitchen, also anything else with the decor would be appreciated. Regards John
  • apirat said on October 10, 2010
    I would like to help anyone and become partner who is interested in starting up a thai restaurant in their country. Pls contact me for further discussion at
  • apinan said on October 10, 2010
    hi , I have the experience in chef at thai restaurant in Sydney and nowaday I am interested in starting the thai restaurant business in oversea(esp. Europe) where does not have the thai restaurant. If you are able to provide me the license for visa. please let me know via
  • damascus lee said on December 4, 2010
    i am interested in opening a thai restaurant in a culturally diverse community in Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn, new York. i have the space. i own the building. i am looking for a partner and ideas. please contact me.
  • Mae said on December 13, 2010
    I have run Thai restaurant in Brisbane, Australia for more than 10 years. I am willing to share my experiences and know-how to anyone interested free of charge. Contact me via
  • david said on December 14, 2010
    All, I am opening up a Thai restaurant in Fort Worth Texas usa next month!! We have been so busy remodeling and can't wait to open yet im worried at same time. We actually took it over from previous owner who is retiring and are completely updating the whole place. If you have any suggestions please email me at thanks!
  • Pinya said on January 17, 2011
    i am interested in opening a thai restaurant in Wisconsin USA. Could you give me some info for starting?
  • Henrik Montonen said on January 23, 2011
    Hi, am thinking about opening a Thai restaurant in Barcelona Spain. My main concern is how do you find a good thai chef? There are practically no Thai people in Barcelona as far as I know. Any tips on how to find a chef and other useful info about starting a thai restaurant would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Henrik
  • Sivarnee H. said on January 25, 2011
    There are many of source of Thai food recipe and many article about food,dessert,bread,pie, catering for sample I was interested in opening a Thai restaurant in other country (outside Thailand) as well. Let's e-mail me for further discussion
  • Chayapa said on April 3, 2011
    Hi, Everyone. I live in Ottawa, Canada. Looking for partnership to open a Thai restaurant. Interested please let me know 613-828-8296
  • Linda Sweet beginner adviser said on April 12, 2011
    I will open restaurant in May 2011. I would like to share about detail that I knew. If you have question please sent email at
  • Robert McLellan said on May 23, 2011
    Hello all, I am in Melbourne Australia and my wife is Thai. We are looking at the prospect of opening our own restaurant - this is a very recent idea and I am looking to gather as much information as possible before taking this venture further. Any and all information would be a great help. If anyone has a business plan they are working on or could possibly show me to get an idea that would also be excellent. Thanking you in advance.
  • Thorn said on May 31, 2011
    @damascus lee from comment #15. How do I get in touch with you?? I'm also looking to open a Thai restaurant. My family is already running one. I do have a business plan to purpose.
  • ravi said on July 14, 2011
    Hello,I'm a Thai chef currently in Ireland, interested in joint venture in eastern europe,
  • Johnny said on July 26, 2011
    Hi, I am in the process of opening a Thai restaurant in China. It will be located inside of a new and modern mall that is opening the end of October. We are currently looking for an experienced Thai chef with a profit-sharing plan. If you or someone you know may be interested, please email me at
  • Lakshmi Lakshminarayanan said on August 24, 2011
    Hi - We are interested in starting a Thai restaurant in India and looking into what has to be done. Can someone give me ideas as to where to get the chefs from?
  • christine said on September 14, 2011
    i would like to start up a thai restaurant in north of england, lancashire i would like thai chef/partner with previous experience. contact me
  • Abbie Haouchat said on September 24, 2011
    I'd like to open up a Thai restaurant in Australia, can u email me any tips and ideas on how to get Thai chefs...?
  • Thai-man said on September 26, 2011
    I 'd like to open up Authentic Thai restaurant in Norway. I need someone who know legal and have a place as a partnership. Please contact me if you are interested.
  • Jeffery Ahmetaj said on October 27, 2011
    Hi, I need a partner to start a Thai Restaurant in Norway! I'm almost ready with everything! Like to start in December 2011 or sooner as possible!!! Please write to mr if u are interesting
  • Noky said on November 6, 2011
    USA- I am very interested in opening a small Thai restaurant and need advice on what loan or grant to inquire on. Also lots of other additional info required to start this dream business. Thank you
  • Bobby said on December 11, 2011
    Looking to Open a new thai restaurant in Australia and need some guidance and checklist for restaurant, kitchen and general buying instructions. Will really appreciate some guidance.
  • yannick said on February 6, 2012
    i am interested in opening a thai takeaway in Ireland , i believe thai food is becoming increasingly popular here . I would like some info on what is needed ie , equipment, insurance etc , i dont have much knowledge of how to go about starting this up . i have been to thailand many times and i am quite familiar with the culture . thanks for any help
  • rinna said on February 12, 2012
    Hi All,I am interested in opening a Thai restaurant in England.I would like someone have ideas how to start
  • thai lady said on February 15, 2012
    i have thai restarante in albir spain small not so big have inside and outside want to find who buy or partner sale only 23000 euro can contact me in email
  • Sid said on March 20, 2012
    Hi All, Im Thai and will be moving to Munich Germany this summer. I currently interested in open a small thai take way( quick meal in the city. my family also have a hotel and restaurant in Thailand. But oversea would be a great deal for me. If there are anyone out here whom might be interested to be part of partnership or know how to open a restaurant in germany. Please kindly contact me back. Thank you for any help.
  • Shyam Visani said on March 23, 2012
    Hi, I am in the process of developing an investment plan for a Thai Restaurant and I have hit a roadblock. Can you please advise me, based on your experiences, what equipment was used in setting up a Kitchen? What was the cost of setting up a Kitchen? What obstacles are associated with Thai Cuisine, i.e. Spices? Produce? Meats? The restaurant will have seating for roughly 50 customers. Please e-mail me at Additionally, we are also looking for Thai Chefs willing to re-locate to Africa. Our investment group is based out of the Democratic Republic of Congo and we would be looking for a Chef/Female Bartenders willing to re-locate.
  • Alexandra said on April 18, 2012
    Good afternoon! We are looking for an appropriate partner in Thailand to start up a fast food restaurant chain on the territory of the Russian Federation. We possess strong administrative resources on the territory of the Russian Federation, in all its regions and also the strong financial basis to fulfill the planned projects. We would like you to help us to find partners in this sphere. The governmental support is guaranteed. Best regards, Ms. Minaeva Contacts:
  • air said on May 5, 2012
    I am seeking the opportunity to run a small authentic Thai cuisine in the UK with the new look of fast food service & delivery. The most potential to establish this concept successfully, is my background in thai cuisine management acquired from the family business background in Thailand, including the qualification in Msc. Food & Leisure Studies in the UK university (A Research Study : Promoting Thai Cultural through Thai restaurant Business in the UK market , as well as my practical managerial competency within cross-cultural affairs at PBS in Thailand. Therefore, I would like to offer my practical and advantage good ground to assist the local partner in UK establishing and running the new modern concept of Authentic Thai in Fast Food Business serving way of recent lives. Further discussion :
  • Phil said on May 21, 2012
    Hi. We are opening a Thai takeaway BYO restaurant in Tauranga New Zealand. Thai chefs with cooking qualifications and 3 to 5years experience can get work visa's here for 3 years and maybe 1 yr extension if they have a guaranteed job. We may look at taking on 1 to 2 chefs if anyone is interested
  • Ms Rohini Manohar said on May 22, 2012
    Hi there, I would like to start a Thai restaurant in South India. I need 2 chefs with 3-5 years experience who can set up the kitchen independently. Please let me know for further details. Thanks Rohini Manohar
  • Rob said on May 27, 2012
    Thai food is exceptionally popular in Europe. Even much more popular in Holland and Germany than in the UK
  • dhiraj said on July 24, 2012
    my location is mumbai india. would like to open a quick service thai restaurant with a thai chef if possible.
  • Manuel Carvalho said on July 24, 2012
    Hello there, I'm planing to go some time this year to Australia, more Like in Bisbrane Victorias ,looking for a place to Open a large catering restaurant for weddings all Events and a daily opening restaurant, bar, terrace serving mediterranean portuguese spanish food, I also would be looking for a partnership investor, I have the know how, any one interested or could give me some information, please just contact me or if have a place to rent or sell. best regards
  • Pensub Prater said on July 29, 2012
    I am Thai lady wanting to open Thai restaurant in North Carolina, USA. I have much experience as chef in Thai restaurant. What things do I need to know to make this happen. I find good location with all equipment for $25K. But will have to change range for wok. Can you please provide info.
  • Patrick said on September 5, 2012
    We are in the UK, in a village outside Bath and have a unit for take-away food, and was thinking of Thai as having been in Sydney there are many and All very popular. Any help with chefs or kitchen fit out or current business plan would be gratefully received,
  • David said on September 9, 2012
    Hi All, I am looking for a partner to start a business in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. As the country need a lot of restaurant that will attract local and tourism. Br, David. By the way, my email is if anyone care to look into the Cambodian market.
  • David said on September 9, 2012
    @Khun Pornsawan, if you really want to have a successful restaurant try to get one in Cambodia as there is a lack of good and affordable Thai Food restaurant in Phnom Penh. I can help and be your partner as I have wonderful connections in Cambodia.
  • knitpa said on October 4, 2012
    Hello I do thai food consultant and help set up thai restaurant around the world . please sent me your information by e mail and i will call you for detail information.
  • Arman said on October 25, 2012
    Hi, I am looking to open a Thai restaurant in England, Leicestershire. Looking for a head chef as a partner. Any other Thai person with experience in the industry are also welcome to discuss. Email me at.
  • Damein said on October 29, 2012
    I have owned a thai restaurant in TX for a year now and really want to go somewhere safer with better schools. Maybe a larger city but great economy. We started from nothing. Our food speaks for itself. It was so slow every day and now we are so busy, we have been blessed, but this town is not the style for my family. Please let me know if you have ideas. We want a city that has better shopping and more things for kids to do. They do not have much here and a lot of teens do drugs or drink. Thank you so much, greatly appreciate you. Also this restaurant is in Amarillo, TX if someone is looking to buy. I have done a lot of remodeling. The building owners are great, rent is very inexpensive, and we are very busy now.
  • Lei Zhang said on November 7, 2012
    I am planning to open a Thai restaurant in Dalian, a port city located in North East of China. I am currently looking for two experienced thai chefs from Thailand, who can speak English or Chinese. we will provide the paper works for entering into China. if anyone knows the people who are interested, please email me back at if you have any idea for recruiting the thai chef in Thailand, please let me know as well. Cheers! Lei Zhang
  • viroj said on November 8, 2012
    Hello this is Viroj saosiri from thailand i'm now in thai restaurant Hilton Abu Dhabi U.A.E and now i'm looking for the chance to work in thai restaurant especially in your restaurant. so when you receive this email kindly respond as soon as you can until then i will await to your kindness response Email:
  • tshering said on December 5, 2012
    hi, i am planning to start my own southeast cuisine restaurant in sikkim, india but for that i need to suggestion what things i must know to run thai restaurant business
  • JDe said on December 13, 2012
    We are looking to open a joint venture restaurant in Sussex, UK we are looking for a chef to go with our business acumen.
  • Jun said on January 1, 2013
    Hello, This is Jun. I live in Melbourne, Au. I'm planning to start my own Thai restaurant here. Could u please give me some suggestion that i need to know before i start up the business? Such as how to choice the location and target market, how much cost for the business. I will await to your response Email: Thanks so much!
  • Yass said on February 7, 2013
    Hi all! We are opening a Thai Restaurant in Algeria ans we are looking for Thai chefs! Please contact me for more informations! Email: Thanks!
  • Ved said on February 9, 2013
    Am starting a Thai Restaurant in the NY city area. Am looking for a help with chefs and other issues. Would appreciate any help/information. My email address is
  • Global Business Consulting said on February 18, 2013
    Dear: Sir/Madam. We would introduce you that we are a recruitment and placement consultant in Thailand. We can find out Thai candidates (such as: Thai Chef/Cook, Kitchen Helper, Waiter/Waitress) for your requirement. They had good experienced in Thailand also overseas. If you are interested to our services. Please do not hesitate contact to us as soon as possible. We are looking forward to hearing from you. Best regards, Mr. Chumpol K. Director Global Business Consulting, Thailand.
  • sakthi said on March 7, 2013
    I'm planning to open Thai Restaurant in pondicherry, German. I need some information about starting the business there. Thanks
  • Murali Raj said on March 25, 2013
    hey i would like to start a thai restaurant in trivandrum, Kerala . please give suggestions
  • Akshay Agarwal said on April 18, 2013
    Hi - my family currently has a Thai restaurant in East Africa and we would like to hire a Thai chef. If interested please let me know at
  • Ckkristiansen said on April 28, 2013
    I am Thai national , been living outside Thailand over 9 years and well experienced in catering and restaurant business. I would not mind to give and exchange some acknowledges and some advices. Any questions just email me and will see if i can give the answer or idea. Best Regards, CK,
  • Yngve Thorstad said on May 8, 2013
    Hi, I am going to open Thai Restaurant in Oslo, Norway. I need some help where to find qualified chefs/coocks from Thailand. I would be very happy for your help. Yours Yngve Thorstad
  • Nuria said on June 3, 2013
    Hi, I am planning to open a Thai restaurant in Barcelona, Spain. And i need some help to find qualified chefs/cooks, kitchen helpers from Thailand. Thanks and Best regards.
  • Nida said on June 3, 2013
    Hi, I would like to open a small Thai restaurant with small budget and how to starting, please. Thanks
  • cha cha said on July 23, 2013
    we have a small budget but would like to open small thai cafe in london can any body help with advise please.
  • sandeep said on July 31, 2013
    i'm from india & want to invest in bangkok. so pls send me ur phone number so that i can contact u in bangkok. i'm now in pattaya. thanks, regards sunny
  • mike D said on August 6, 2013
    we are working on opening a thai restaurant in DR Congo. We need advice on how to find qualified cook and on the equipment needed in the kitchen. Thanks
  • Christian said on November 24, 2013
    We are looking to start up a restaurant/take way place in Oslo. If you have any helpful information please send. Best Regards, Christian
  • ANIRUDDHA GHOSH said on January 12, 2014
    I would like to start a small Thai Restaurant/Fast Food Centre/Take away joint in Calcutta, India. Calcutta is known for its food loving people and apart from our own Indian variety, Chinese Food ( Modified to suit Indian taste buds )is very popular and there are many Chinese Restaurants. Want to know how to source thai ingredients and chef etc.
  • thanh tam said on February 4, 2014
    i plan to open fine dining restaurant in Yichang-Hubei China. I need suggestions where to find qualified chefs/coocks from Thailand and useful information regard open thai restaurant. how to find ingredients? if import needed to china which the best way to import weekly for fresh ingredients? i would be very happy for your help.
  • Nicha said on February 10, 2014
    Hi, I have a small budget but I'd like to know how much does it cost to open a Thai Restaurant in NJ and I'd like to know information on how to start a small business too. Thank you, Nicha
  • Thulani said on March 18, 2014
    We want to start a Thai restaurant in Johannesburg, South Africa. We are just lost in what to do. Those who have been down this road before please advise us on what to do. Thanks
  • vanvisa said on April 16, 2014
    Hi, I'm Thai grow up in Italian I'm a Italian Thai traditional and Fusion chef. Anyone interested. please contact me at for more details, Thank you
  • Ian Harvey said on May 19, 2014
    My wife (who is Thai ) and myself are considering starting a Thai cafe/Restaurant in Australia. The starting point is where to source traditional Thai decor in Australia. Preferably in South Autralia. Any hints or contacts would be greatly appreciated. REGARDS Ian
  • RICHARD said on June 1, 2014
    i plan to change our hotel restaurant to Thai fine dining restaurant in Devon UK. I need suggestions where to find qualified chefs/coocks from Thailand and useful information regard open thai restaurant. how to find ingredients? if import needed to UK which the best way to import weekly for fresh ingredients? i would be very happy for your help.
  • Chef Udom said on June 16, 2014
    Hello, @Richard, I've been workgin as specialist Thai chef for more than 5 years in luxury 5 stars hotel both in Thailand and oversea like Dubai, I've ever been in the UK, Northumberland [Alnwick] for about 6 months to help out and advise my friends to start up their 1st Thai restaurant in Alnwick from the the beginning, menu planing, seeking for suppliers for Thai goods and currently it's definitely successful business with excellent feedback from customers around Northumberland, the restaurant called "Thai Vibe Cafe" if you're interested to have Thai food expert on your team, please review my online CV at : or email me at: i'm willing to give you advise, i currently live in Thailand
  • harn said on June 28, 2014
    Hi there, We are team set up thai restaurant from Bangkok thailand,any question pls feel free to contact us Harn
  • Nang said on July 3, 2014
    I am interesting of having small business in melbourne. I am thinking about small Thai restaurant business because I have experience in F&B. But I don't know how much money I have to have & want the process I need to Do for the paper works. If you know please also tell me the price for the lease. Hope to heard from you soon. Many thanks, Best regards Nang
  • arun said on July 7, 2014
    Dear sir, If you are looking for thai food restaurant, or noodle shop/ and bar! Here we are ! We are going around the world to set up all you want. How is your restaurant want to be and more then you wis,h a lot of easy way to run. Pleaes call 66829992186 or email : arunruangrong@ every your project, cost must be under cover. Change your life with Thai food.
  • Paul said on October 11, 2014
    hi! I'm paul from tanzania. I want to open thai restaurant so i need your help to get more information about this business
  • CUNALA said on November 30, 2014
    I am Thai chef currently reside and working in Europe. I am seeking anyone have a common interest to bring Thai cuisine to Scandinavian countries. Kind regards
  • Jenny Gilbert said on December 28, 2014
    We're looking for a Thai chef/couple wanting to run/open a restaurant in Seychelles. Please contact us. Thanks.
  • amar..sahraoui said on February 28, 2015
    my name amar i own thai restaurant a'm looking for thai cook with helpers please contact me at 843.251 5996 ....south carolina thanks
  • Bryan Littlehales said on May 19, 2015
    Hi! Wonderng if there is a Thai Business Plan that can be shared to start initiating my own and use as reference. Thanks for your enormous help! Bryan.
  • Tharita said on May 20, 2015
    I am a Thai chef like to help to set up and working full time For more information pls let me know . Tharita
  • Adrien Khanthong said on May 24, 2015
    Hi, my name is Adrien I am a thai chef for 15 years. I am looking to find an associate to open a Thai restaurant in Playa Del Carmen Mexico contact my email. My email
  • Annie said on May 25, 2015
    Hi I am Annie. I would like to talk to Thai chef who is willing to work full time. For ex, Khun Tharita, i don't know where you are now. Please contact me: annusa16@yahoo /thank you.
  • Michael said on May 27, 2015
    I have a Thai restaurant in Brooklyn NY. I am looking for a Thai chef with at least 10 years of experience. Great salary and bonus. Please email me if you are interested:
  • Neraldene said on July 20, 2015
    Hi I am a thai chef in Singapore for 6 years ,experience in Authentic Thai Cuisine, if you are planning to open a restaurant (includes menu), please considered me, you can contact me through email, or hp#:+65 84251935(singapore) or skype id:
  • Albert said on July 22, 2015
    HI, My name is Albert, now i am working in Chef and manager position in Thai Take-away shop in SYDNEY Australia, I am looking to find some help to give me a fund to start up the business in NSW state, I have been working in this business for 4 years and now I have to move on. I know it is very hard to trust but I am working hard for my family in Thailand. Please contact me via e-mail : and if you are interested please let me know. Thank you very much.
  • arnupap sornpad said on August 1, 2015
    Hi there, My name is Kobe. I used to own Thai restaurant at Clear Water, Fl, USA.That I started cooking Thai food since 1997 until now. But I live in Thailand now. If you are looking for Thai chef. Please let me know Thank you. Looking forward to hear from you..Kobe
  • Kuna lan said on August 18, 2015
    Looking for thai asian experienced chef for a new opening restaurant in Ireland and also investment partner in South America. Please contact me at Thank you.
  • Silvia said on September 23, 2015
    Hello all, please advise of a business plan to start a Thai Restaurant.would like to know the salary to pay employees.Semi Valley California.please call me 908.559.5564.
  • Dave Hanley said on October 30, 2015
    Hi I am looking for a Thai chef to help me open a Thai restaurant in Cheshire, uk.If interested give me a call on 07986635105 or email
  • Nick said on February 14, 2016
    Hello, I'm Thai, looking for an American partner to open a Thai restaurant in USA. Please contact me at Thank you.
  • Levi said on March 15, 2016
    Hi I am looking for a Thai chef to work or partner with me for a new restaurant, will be open in Minnesota USA. My email is
  • Nigel said on July 31, 2016
    Hello, I am seriously considering opening a Thai restaurant in Bulgaria, I will be needing all Thai ingredients, where or how would you suggest??


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