$9.99 Thai Green Curry for Thai New Year


Thai Green Curry, also known as “Gaeng Khiao Wan” in Thai, is a popular dish that originated in Thailand. The dish is a type of curry that is made with a combination of green chilies, coconut milk, and a variety of other ingredients. The history of Thai Green Curry can be traced back to the Ayutthaya period, which lasted from 1351 to 1767. During this time, the Ayutthaya Kingdom was known for its trade and commerce, and it was a hub for people from various regions of Southeast Asia.

As a result, Thai cuisine was heavily influenced by the food cultures of neighbouring countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, and India. These influences can be seen in the ingredients used in Thai Green Curry, such as the use of coconut milk, which is common in Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine. Over time, Thai Green Curry evolved to become a dish that was uniquely Thai. The dish became popular among the Thai people and was often served during special occasions and festivals. Thai Green Curry also became a popular dish among tourists who visited Thailand, and it quickly gained popularity around the world.

Today, Thai Green Curry is one of the most well-known and popular dishes in Thai cuisine. It is enjoyed by people of all ages and is served in restaurants and homes across Thailand and around the world. The dish has undergone various adaptations and variations, and it continues to evolve as people experiment with new ingredients and techniques.


Thai Green Curry is a delicious and authentic Thai dish that is enjoyed by people around the world. It is made using a combination of ingredients that give it its unique flavour and aroma.

To make a traditional Thai Green Curry, the following ingredients are typically used: green chilies, coconut milk, Thai basil, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, lemongrass, garlic, shallots, fish sauce, and palm sugar. The green chilies are the key ingredient that gives the curry its distinct green color and spicy flavour.

Thai Green Curry is a popular dish that is often served during Songkran, the Thai New Year festival, and is considered a Thai Special. It is typically served with steamed rice or Green Curry Fried Rice, garnished with Thai basil and kaffir lime leaves, and is sure to satisfy anyone looking for a spicy and flavourful dish.


Green Curry is a dish that is typically enjoyed during Songkran, so we’ve decided to bring the taste of the celebrations to your door to enjoy with your friends and family. Celebrate Thai New Year early with $9.99 Green Curry two ways at P’Nut Street Noodles available exclusively online via the P’Nut website until 15 April. 

You can choose to have your Green Curry with Rice or our exclusive Green Curry Fried Rice by MasterChef royalty Matt Sinclair, with either chicken or vegetables. The curry is made using a combination of green chilies, coconut milk, Thai basil, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, lemongrass, garlic, shallots, fish sauce, and palm sugar, all of which are essential for an authentic taste of Thailand!

Our Green Curry Fried Rice is a delicious twist on the classic Green Curry where former MasterChef Australia winner Matt Sinclair has combined everyone’s favourite Thai dish with an Aussie classic – the classic fried rice. Matt is such a huge fan of Green Curry that he has even got a tattoo of its ingredients on his arm!

Matt Sinclair’s take on Green Curry Fried Rice adds a touch of creativity and innovation to the traditional Thai dish and his passion for South-East Asian cuisine is evident in the flavours in this dish, making it a unique and unforgettable experience for customers.

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As we celebrate the upcoming Thai New Year 2023, we invite our customers to come and experience the flavors of Thai cuisine at P’Nut. Whether you prefer the classic Thai Green Curry or the creative twist of Green Curry Fried Rice, we have something for everyone to enjoy.


Where can you find Authentic Green Curry in Sydney?
We offer some of the best thai foods in P’Nut. At P’Nut You can also find Authentic Green Curry of your choice either with chicken or vegetables. We also partner with chef master Matt Sinclair for his uniquely prepared and spiced Green Curry Fried Rice.

Is Green Curry healthy?
Green Curry can be a healthy dish, depending on how it is prepared. It contains a variety of vegetables and herbs, which provide essential vitamins and minerals. However, the use of coconut milk and other ingredients high in fat and sodium can make it less healthy.

Is Green Curry Spicy?
Green Curry is known for being spicy. The heat of the curry comes from the green chilies used in the recipe. The level of spiciness can vary depending on the amount of chili used and the preferences of the cook.

What Makes Thai Green Curry Special on Thai New Year?
Green Curry is a popular dish that is commonly enjoyed during Thai New Year, also known as Songkran. The dish is typically served with steamed rice and is believed to bring good luck and prosperity in the coming year.

What are Some Common Vegetables and Proteins Used in Thai Green Curry?
Common vegetables used in Thai Green Curry include bamboo shoots, eggplant, bell peppers, green beans, and carrots. Common proteins used in Thai Green Curry include chicken, beef, pork, and tofu.

What is the Best Way to Serve Thai Green Curry?
Thai Green Curry is typically served with steamed rice, which helps to balance the spiciness of the curry. It is also common to serve the curry with additional garnishes such as fresh Thai basil, kaffir lime leaves, and sliced chili peppers.