I didn't know "kao man kai" means chicken rice but I do now. Thanks, Chua. So, I take it "kao man" is rice in Thai? "Kai" is chicken? "Pee set" is special? If one orders a "pee set" massage session what does that include? I haven't a clue for I haven't had a chance to set foot into Thailand.
"Suay" in Thai means pretty? Now I know. If I'm not mistaken, in Hokkien "suay" means sweet.
Tell me. How do you say 'currymee, one big bowl with kar-liew' in Thai?