Thai food is so popular that it caters to people of many different dietary restrictions and preferences. If you don’t eat meat or dairy, you can still find plenty of Thai dishes that suit your diet and tastes. There are also Thai dishes that can be made gluten-free, and many Thai dishes that suit a keto or paleo diet as well. If you’ve never or rarely sampled Thai cuisine before, you could be pleasantly surprised by how many Thai dishes are suitable for a plant-based palate.
Five ethical teachings govern how Buddhists live. One of the teachings prohibits taking the life of any person or animal. Many Buddhists interpret this to mean that you should not consume animals, as doing so would require killing. Buddhists with this interpretation usually follow a lacto-vegetarian diet. This means they consume dairy products but exclude eggs, poultry, fish, and meat from their diet. On the other hand, other Buddhists consume meat and other animal products, as long as the animals aren’t slaughtered specifically for them. This approach has trickled through to the nation’s food – which, consequently, often jettisons meat.
Sukhothai offers a great selection of tastes for everybody, including vegetarian and vegan adapted Thain dishes for lunch and dinner in Etterbeek.
Everybody who is in chase for a great vegan soup should definitely consider our vegan modification of "Soup prik Thaï" with Chinese mushrooms.
Our vegan selection of starters offers an amazing variety of tastes that can match everybody's desire for imported thai species combined with high-quality products from our domestic providers.
Starting with papaya salad? "Som Tam" is our Salade de papaye vert and sauce au citron vert. We offer modification of the "Yam woon sen" - Salade tiède de vermicelles without scampis et calamars.
Looking for a place to have cozy lunch in Brussels? Definitely consider vegetarian and vegan our soups and starters, but our motto is that we have something for everybody. Our menu selection includes even more vegetarian and vegan main dishes with a unique taste for every foodie.
Priow wan pak" - Vegetables with sweet and sour sauce
Phad phak rouam - Assorted vegetables sautéed in soy sauce
"Phad thai pak" - Fried noodles with/without eggs and vegetables
"Yam ma Kua" - Grilled eggplant salad