Awhile ago I had an on-line conversation with an insightful reviewer of Ronnarong. As it turned out, MC Slim JB is a professional food writer who has lived in Thailand and has dined at just about every Asian themed restaurant in the Boston metro area.
When I asked MCslimJB if he had ideas for Thai tapas, he encouraged me to open the question to you.
I thought that was a great idea, so this is an open invitation to readers of this blog. What do YOU wish Ronnie would offer on the next tapas menu. We will listen, and you may just find your dish on the menu the next time you visit.
To work as a new tapas, here’s what’s needed:
1) It must use classic Thai ingredients.
2) It must be kept very simple once ordered. For example, Ronnie’s tod mund (photo at very top above) is a plate of spicy shrimp cakes prepped by grinding shrimp and blending with kafir lime, red curry and eggs, then forming cakes and pan frying them in the wok. Their preparation is a little complicated but the complicated part is all done ahead of time. Once you order them, all Chef does is flash fry them and plate them. This makes them a good tapas item. The dish can be sent out promptly along with other tapas.
So, we ask you: What can we serve you?
Comment here by 11/1/10 for a chance to have your Tapas on the Ronnarong menu and a $20 gift card.