Order Thai takeaway from nearby Aylesbury restaurants

Sometimes you fancy something a bit different for your takeaway – something a bit more exotic, something a bit more exciting. That’s where Thai takeaway comes in. Similar to Chinese food, but with a lighter touch and a deeper depth of flavour, Thai food is a firm favourite in the UK, with the restaurant and takeaway presence growing all the time.

If you’re looking for aromatic, tasty Thai food for delivery in Aylesbury, then Deliveroo can help you out. We have listings for Thai takeaways across the town, and our listings can help you select the ideal mix of dishes for your Thai feast. Perfect for a group of friends or family to sit round and share, Thai food is based on many mixed intricate flavours and taste sensations to create a harmonious whole. Each Thai dish traditionally uses at least four different flavours, making it utterly mouth-watering and very popular.

Aylesbury: Plenty of Thai options available for hungry customers

There are so many Thai dishes to choose from, each with its own flavour combination. Many dishes are hot, so make sure you check the spice levels before you order your food. The great thing about ordering Thai food for delivery is that there are so many different dishes for friends and family to dig into. There’s bound to be something for everyone, whether they’re looking for very hot food, pleasantly spicy, vegetarian or vegan dishes.

Thai food uses a medley of fresh herbs, rather than dried, along with fish sauce giving it that fragrant and recognisable taste. Most dishes use many ingredients and need careful preparation to hit the perfect flavours – all the more reason to order Thai food in from your favourite restaurant rather than cook it at home!

Many dishes feature a lot of vegetables, whether in curries, stir-fries, salads and the generally low fat content makes it a healthier option for a takeaway. A lot of the Thai dishes popular in the UK are a fusion of Chinese and Thai, including noodle dishes such as kway teow, pork leg on rice (khao man gai) and chicken on steamed rice (khao mun gai). Sounds perfect to us!