Thai Salad Restaurant in Montréal
A world of Thai goodness awaits you at 438-802-9243
If you fancy a tasty tangy dish, our Thai Salads might fit your taste. Choose from seafood, beef or chicken salads served with lime juice, coriander and chili dressing, made the traditional way at Mia Thai Cuisine.
Our Famous Som Tum (Papaya Salad)
Som Tum, also known as Green Papaya Salad, is a signature Thai salad dish made from unripe, shredded papaya. While the papaya may make you expect a sweet dish, it is actually quite savory, thanks to the tangy flavor of the unripe papaya used. The texture is crisp and almost crunchy despite being pounded in the mortar. Although Som Tum is traditionally served with bird’s eye chili, at Mia Thai Cuisine, we can adjust the level of spiciness for the diners who are not used to hot dishes.
If you have not tried Som Tum before, you should definitely visit us and become addicted! And if that does happen, you’ll be happy to know that we’ll soon be running Thai cooking classes where you’ll be able to learn the secrets of the perfect Som Tum for yourself. Call us today!
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Other Popular Choices: Tiger Beef Salad and more!
Some other popular salads on offer at Mia Thai Cuisine include:
Yam naem sot – Hailing from the Isan region, yam naem sot is a Thai salad with chunks of fermented pork sausage known as naem. The sausage is removed from the casing and torn into pieces, which can be cooked or left raw. Chunks of sausage are then combined with finely chopped vegetables and herbs, and the mixture is drenched in a sweet, sour, and savory dressing.
Yam wun sen – Yom wun sen is a traditional glass noodle salad originating from Thailand. The salad is characterized by bright and refreshing flavors and crunchy texture. It's made with a combination of glass noodles, fried garlic, cilantro, chili peppers, dried shrimp, lime juice, fish sauce, onions, Chinese celery, and roasted peanuts. Ground pork or beef can also be added to the salad for extra protein content. Yom wun sen is usually served cold or lukewarm and it's especially popular in the summer.
Why not pay us a visit and see what catches your fancy for dinner?
We’ve got something for everyone
Delight in every bite
At Mia Thai Cuisine, we want you to enjoy your visit and would love to receive your feedback. Feel free to get in touch with us for bookings and queries through our contact form or by phone.