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Thai street food in Royal Oak

Authentic ingredients and recipes that emphasize the vibrant flavors of Thai street-food culture are the draw at newcomer Kacha Thai Market in Royal Oak. To ensure that the restaurant’s food matches her homeland’s, owner Siriwan Pipatsattayanuwong (Siri Pipat) developed the menu with Chef Cheodchai Daengdi, who moved to the U.S. this summer following more than 35 years of experience working in kitchens in both the Central and northeast regions of Thailand. “In Thailand street markets are a vibrant part of our culture where we can eat delicious food 24 hours a day,” said Pipat. “I love Thai street food and am passionate about sharing the precise flavors and hard-to-find ingredients only found in Thailand. Royal Oak and its surrounding community are filled with adventurous food lovers, and the city is the perfect location for Kacha Thai Market.” Kacha Thai’s menu features appetizers such as Hat Yai street chicken prepared with garlic, soy sauce, salt, and sugar. Among the lighter fare are som-tum (papaya salad) and tom yum kung soup, which is loaded with shrimp, mussels, squid, mushrooms and tomatoes and flavored with lemongrass and cilantro. Entrees and platters include fried noodle dishes, curries, noodle soups and dozens of vegetarian and vegan choices, among them pad see ew, pineapple fried rice, and drunken noodles. 205 S. Main in Royal Oak


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