• April is a special month for us. The Songkran (Thai New Year) festival is celebrated by Thais from April 13-15 and we have already started the celebration at Ayara Thai. Songkran is the beginning of a new Solar Year. Buddha …

  • New 3-Sauce Bundle Kit and Pad Thai Kit Giveaway! Pad Thai Sauce, Thai BBQ Sauce, Thai Chili – Lime Sauce, OH MY! Our new bundle packages just arrived and make for the perfect gift for friends and family! Can’t decide …

  • Roti (โรตี) At all hours of the day, Thailand streets are filled with Thai food vendors cooking up some of the best dishes the country has to offer. As the Los Angeles weather gets warmer, we’re reminiscing the days of …

  • Winter Fancy Food Show Ayara Thai Sauces made a trip to San Francisco for its first Winter Fancy Food Show 2014. Team Ayara Jenga-packed the car with all seven sauces and made the 6-hour road trip to Oakland, our temporary headquarters …

  • Happy Thanksgiving! Another year has zoomed past us again almost too quickly. From our plans of restaurant expansion to premiering our sauces at our first trade show, we have a lot to be thankful for this year. Here’s a peek …

  • Happy Loy Krathong! This year, the full moon of the twelfth lunar month falls on November 16th, marking the date for one of the many traditional and picturesque festivals in Thailand. Loy Krathong, or the ‘festival of light’, is a …

  • On October 12-13, 2013 – we participated in Artisanal LA, a pop-up community event that showcases the best local artisanal goods, and sold our sauces. It was our first time participating in this type of event, but certainly will not be …

  • On Sunday, September 29th, we had the honor of serving Miang Kham at the first Thai Food Festival hosted by Thai Trade and Chef Jet Tila and held at the Paramount Studio in Los Angeles. Miang Kham is a savory mini-wrap snack eaten with your hand. …

  • We started the week early on Sunday 9/22 with therapeutic yoga, relaxing meditation, and a cleansing lunch to kick off the first of many more healthy living events to come. The event was hosted in the adjacent space before it …

  • Do you have a lucky number? For Thais, the number 9 is a lucky number that brings good fortune. The Thai word for nine is ก้าว, pronounced gao, sounds similar to the Thai word for moving ahead (ก้าวหน้า), pronounced gao-nah, …

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