A popular basil Thai restaurant in southern Thailand has made a new dish of noodles and basil in the form of rice.
Basil Thai, which opened in 2016, was named the top restaurant in the country by the Bangkok Post and the Bangkok Times and has been lauded for its Thai cuisine.
Basils are known as the best and most versatile ingredient in traditional Thai cuisine and are eaten fresh and are very popular among the Asian-Caribbean community.
But while the basil dishes are very good, the main reason to come to the restaurant is the rice.
While basil rice is served in many Asian-style restaurants, it is not common in western restaurants and basils are often considered an acquired taste.
It has been suggested that basils have different tastes because they are from different parts of Thailand.
The dish is called basil shrimp curry and is served with a spicy green sauce, which is usually served on a plate with rice.
The dishes are made from the basils and the sauce and then boiled until the rice is cooked and the dish is served.
It is very delicious, said Jee Phukkachai, who runs the restaurant.
The rice is used to make rice pudding and is usually sold as basil soup.
The dish is a popular choice with Thai-Caribeans because it is rich in protein and low in fat, making it a good option for those who have low cholesterol.