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Thailand Mama Salted Egg Noodles

$2.35
The New Mama Salted Egg Noodles is finally in Australia. This is one of those food that you either love it or hate it. But for salted egg or Mama food fans, I think you will love it. This noodles is made with real Salted duck eggs and is most definitely not a just an egg with salt. The noodles came out nicely – gauge and chew very much on point. The texture match very very good with the seasonings. A spicy and fascinating melange of flavor including a kind of egg yolk smashed kind of feel to it. Cooking instructions Bring a pot of water to boil. Add the noodles into the water and cook for 2 minutes. Remove noodles from pot and drain remaining water from noodles. Add the seasoning mix into a bowl and place noodles on top of it. Mix well and ready to serve.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Herbs Soup)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Spicy Sauce)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Sukiyaki)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Thasiam Famous Boat Noodle from Thailand (Yen Tofu Soup)

$4.95
If you love Thai food, familiarize yourself with the famous rich Thai noodle soup that’s been sold from boats on Bangkok canals for the better part of a century. It’s a little-known fact that Bangkok was once called the Venice of the East. During the nineteenth century, the city was home to a system of expansive canals (called klongs) that connected houses, temples, and public spaces. Boating was the most common form of transportation for both people and commerce. At one point, there were more floating markets than land-based ones! Bangkok’s transport system shifted to roads at the turn of the twentieth century, but some of the foods that originated within the canal lifestyle have survived. Perhaps the most famous of these is boat noodles, a small but rich pho-like dish served with fresh bean sprouts, Thai basil, crispy pork skin, and a row of condiments. Now there is a "Instant" version which you can taste at the comfort of your own home.
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Lay’s Salted Egg Potato Chips

$3.95
Lay's Thailand presents. Flattened potato chips featuring the ever popular salted egg flavour. A slightly spicy, not so greasy and a hint of the flavour when you first open the package. An enjoyable Thai Snacks.
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Lay’s Thai Potato Chips (Khua Kling Curry Pizza)

$4.95
Lay's Thailand presents. An creation by a Thai celebrity chef and MasterChef Thailand judge Ian Kittichai. He created this flavor by imagining what it would taste like if you made a pizza with this Southern Thai curry on top, threw it in a blender, dried it, ground it in a spice mill, and sprinkled it on potato chips. This potato chip is exactly like it.
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Lay’s Thai Potato Chips 3D (BBQ)

$3.95
Lay's Thailand presents. As the market leader in the salty snack industry, Lay’s never stops introducing innovations and new products to cater consumers’ needs and demands. After two decades of success in the potato chips segment, this year we are expanding the Lay’s portfolio into Thailand’s extruded snack segment,  by launching these two new products – Lay’s Net, hexagonal-shaped snacks with seaweed flavor, and Lay’s 3D, a three-dimensional triangle shaped snack with barbecue flavor. With perforated texture, both products are designed to give an intense flavor to satisfy our targeted consumers.
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Lay’s Thai Potato Chips 3D (Seaweed)

$3.95
Lay's Thailand presents. As the market leader in the salty snack industry, Lay’s never stops introducing innovations and new products to cater consumers’ needs and demands. After two decades of success in the potato chips segment, this year we are expanding the Lay’s portfolio into Thailand’s extruded snack segment,  by launching these two new products – Lay’s Net, hexagonal-shaped snacks with seaweed flavor, and Lay’s 3D, a three-dimensional triangle shaped snack with barbecue flavor. With perforated texture, both products are designed to give an intense flavor to satisfy our targeted consumers.
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Thai Bento Crispy Squid Seafood Snack (Angry Spicy Flavour)

$4.50
Bento is a famed Thailand brand that specialised in grilled squid, even though the name can't get any more Japanese! If you are a seafood snack lover, there is no way you have not known of Bento and there is a good reason behind it! Unlike other grilled squid which has a high proportion of other ingredients that are non-seafood, Bento's squid snack has 70% of contents from the seas. This gives Bento squid snack a seafood flavour that outwin other brands.
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Thai Bento Squid Seafood Snack (Angry Spicy)

$3.80
Bento is a famed Thailand brand that specialised in grilled squid, even though the name can't get any more Japanese! If you are a seafood snack lover, there is no way you have not known of Bento and there is a good reason behind it! Unlike other grilled squid which has a high proportion of other ingredients that are non-seafood, Bento's squid snack has 70% of contents from the seas. This gives Bento squid snack a seafood flavour that outwin other brands.
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Tao Kae Noi & Pringles Crispy Seaweed (Sour Cream & Onion)

$3.95
Taokaenoi is back with another collaboration, this time with the iconic Pringles chips. Pringles and Taokaenoi are working together for their first co-branding partnership in Thailand with this Sour Cream & Onion seaweed snack.
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Mamee Monster Potato Crisp Sour Cream & Onion
Mamee Monster 馬鈴薯風味脆餅(洋蔥味)

$4.80

Mamee is rolling out new products one after another. At the mention of Mamee, the first thing you would think of is their noodles snacks. A few months ago, Mamee has created the ghost pepper mamee. Now they have rolled our biscuits thins. This is made from carefully selected potatoes baked with very high temperature to create the non-fried crispy texture and non-greasy potato crisps.

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Thai Coconut Tablet (Durian Flavor)
泰國榴蓮奶片

$4.30
Thailand - the land of Durian. This milk tablet has a  creamy texture combine with a hint of bitterness from durian.
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Jiraporn Chips (Purple Sweet Potato)

$4.90
Purple sweet potato chips from Thailand
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Thailand Cuttlefish Ball Snack

$4.95
If you like Takoyaki balls, chances are that you will like this cuttlefish ball snacks from Thailand. This snack will then meet your taste palette ticking these boxes. The shape of this snacks resembles a small takoyaki ball and from the moment you open the bag, you will be greeted with roasted cuttlefish scent. But when you put it in your mouth, it's like a flavor explosion, literally...savory, smokey, seafood-ish, then sweet. Ahhhh... heavenly.
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Thailand Tamarind Jelly

$3.95 $3.45
Tamarind jelly is a popular for local people in Thailand. This product chooses the best quality of Thai fruit to get the best taste and flavor. Tamarind is one of the famous tropical fruit that has its own unique special benefit and taste.
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Thailand Teriyaki Ball Snack (Seaweed)

$4.95
If you like Takoyaki balls, chances are that you like the bonito flakes with mayonnaise sauce. This snack will then meet your taste palette ticking these boxes. The shape of this snacks resembles a small takoyaki ball and from the moment you open the bag, you will be greeted with Takoyaki scent. But when you put it in your mouth, it's like a flavor explosion, literally...savory, smokey, seafood-ish, then sweet. Ahhhh... heavenly.
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Pretz Tom Yum Flavour
プリッツ トムヤムクン味

$2.35
Tom Yum - a Thai signature soup with distinct herb ingredients, hot and spicy with chilli, lemon, lemon grass, kaffir lime leaves and galangal, is now on crispy biscuit sticks. I like drinking Tom Yum soup in cold weather. Now, I wonder if this will actually be a good snack in cold weather too.
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Tao Kae Noi Crispy Seaweed (Chicken Larb Flavour)

$3.95
You can pull out a sensational Thai inspired dish - Chicken Larb any where you go now.  Tao Kae Noi from Thailand has released one of Thailand's iconic dish - Chicken Larb. It is savoury and aromatic with a hint of spices that makes this crunchy seaweed a popular option for those who loves Thai food.
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Tao Kae Noi Crispy Seaweed (Seafood Flavour)

$3.95
This crispy seaweed is savory with a hint of sweet. infused with a rich seafood flavor, Tao Kae Noi produces this by grilling fresh seafood and seaweed together in suitable temperature to maintain its quality as well as the nutrients. They have a crunch to them and definitely, a healthy snack!
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Tao Kae Noi Crispy Seaweed (Wasabi Flavour)

$3.95
We love the crunchiness and wasabi flavor. It is very addictive. It is naturally sweet with a kick of spiciness at the same time.