Restaurant Review: Blue Elephant Thai Cuisine

The Blue Elephant menu comes from popular dishes cooked in Thailand. The preparation, style and taste of our cooking is found on every street corner in Thailand.

Spicy dishes are balanced by bland dishes to avoid discomfort. The ideal Thai meal is a harmonious blend of spicy, subtle, sweet and sour and is meant to be equally satisfying to the eyes, nose, and palate.

Thai Elephant Cuisine promotes healthy eating by using ingredients directly imported from Thailand and cooked on the premises. No Monosodium Glutamate is used in any of our dishes.

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Blue Elephant Thai Cuisine 4493-C Highway 17 Bus. Murrells Inlet, SC (843) 651-5863

FYI

Thailand possess some very unique traditions as part of its culture. This tropical country is known for the influence that Buddhism has left on it and roaming through the streets of Thailand it will be more than obvious to you the extent that the Buddhist religion has had on the customs and tradi- tions of Thailand. Many of their superstitions such as evil omens and good luck charms are things that have been interpolated into the society with many that cannot even be traced back to their origins. Amongst the customs and traditions are all sorts of activities which have symbolic repre- sentation.

Birthday Customs in Thailand

One of the distinct customs in Thailand is the way they celebrate their Birthdays. Usually the par- ents and loved ones of a young birthday boy or girl purchase birds or fish to the number of the person’s age. They add an extra number as a good luck charm for the next year as they would want to see the person live another year with them. Some blessed water is then sprinkled onto the creatures by the birthday child who then sets them free into the water or air according to the nature of the creature. The myth behind this method of celebration is that it pleases the Gods.

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