Khrueng Phuang refers to the ring of spices or spices holder often found on tables in Thai restaurants. It is usually served with noodles. The spices are Prik Pon (dried chili powder), Prik Dong (vinegar with chili slices), Nam Pla (fish sauce ), and granulated sugar. This kind of spice holders are also found in many Chinese and Filipino restaurants.

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