If you guys follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I recently spent 2 weeks in Thailand: the first volunteering at Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai and the second exploring Phuket and volunteering at Phuket Elephant Sanctuary.
Volunteering with the elephants was one of the most incredible experiences of my life and I’m excited to be sharing more about that with you guys on the blog in the coming week. In the mean time, you can watch my volunteering ‘week in the life’ at Elephant Nature Park vlog here:
If you have any questions about what it was like to volunteer at the park, please feel free to comment them under this blog post and I’ll be filming a Q&A next week to answer all of your questions :).
Now, back to the purpose of today’s post: I am super excited to tell you all about The Red Duck – an awesome vegan-friendly restaurant we found in Kata, Phuket.
The Red Duck serves delicious Thai food and has a huge variety of vegan options. Everything looked so good that we definitely had eyes bigger than our bellies and decided to order a main dish with rice each, and share some fried noodles too. Oh, and then add a dessert to that!
For main, Maria and I both had the sweet and sour tofu which comes with rice and a variety of veggies and was absolutely delicious. Natalie was a little optimistic about her ability to handle Thai spices and went for the ‘mild to medium’ curry which was super yummy but hot hot hot in English terms! Without us even saying anything, the staff were so incredibly lovely and brought out lots of coconut milk to make it milder, and when they saw Natalie had only eaten half of it brought out an entirely new mild one! How lovely is that?! Finally, the vegetable fried noodles we all shared were a big hit and were definitely my favourite part of the meal!
As if we weren’t full enough from our mains, we all ordered ice-cream for dessert (one of the fruity flavours is vegan – I can’t remember what it’s called but the staff are all super knowledgeable and helpful and the menu is clearly labelled with vegan options) and it was the perfect way to end an awesome meal!
Look out for more Thailand posts in the next couple of weeks :).
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