When you’ve hosted so many dinner parties, coming up with an exciting theme can be exhausting. There is an unmentioned rule that requires you to impress your guests but sometimes it is easy to go back to routine. Why not surprise your guests by holding a Thai themed dinner party, complete with authentic Thai cuisine? Here’s a guide on hosting a Thai dinner party.
Set the tables.
Setting up your home to look like a Thai hotel goes a long way into making the party more authentic. Dressed up tables with colorful silk runners help to set an exotic ambiance while pebbles in glass vases soften the mood. You could also set a bamboo placemat at each setting or even place chopsticks on the napkins. It doesn’t hurt to put on some Thai music to set the tone.
Prepare a Thai menu.
Even though people host dinner parties to socialize with friends and family, the menu is a major part of the dinner. It is important that it comprises of authentic Thai cuisine that will make your guests feel as if they are in Thailand. Be the perfect host and impress your guests with delicious Thai food by having Pacific Place cater for your party.
Don’t forget the drinks.
No dinner party is ever complete without drinks to wash down the food. Some of the wines that go well with Thai food are Pinot Noir and Sauvignon blanc but you could also serve fresh fruit drinks and ‘singha” beer.
Lighting is key.
It is impossible to set an exotic Thai ambiance without using lights. Votive candles placed in the center of the tables play a major role in the party décor but you could also use stringed fairy lights, floating candles, little tea lights or even paper lanterns.
Once these steps are completed, all that’s left is inviting your favorite people to hang out with. Or you can just order catering from Thai Ginger Restaurant. You can be sure that your guests will be talking about our Thai dinner party for a long time afterward.