August 24, 2017

Just Thai in Alabang: Your go-to Thai place in the South

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  • Just Thai in Alabang would probably be the best place to get your Thai food fix in the South. With their traditional recipes inherited from a chef at a famous restaurant in Bangkok, you’re sure to have a great time exploring Thai’s beautiful cuisine through the food they serve here.

    Som Tam (Php 220) Green Papaya Salad

    By using imported ingredients and organic herbs at their vegetable garden, Just Thai’s food easily stands out as it offers flavorful dishes to its guests. The exotic flavors of the cuisine make this restaurant a must-visit place from its classic soup dish, up to the much-loved pad thai. If you’re a vegetarian, Just Thai also has vegetarian-friendly meals so you can still try your other favorite dishes such as their best-selling salads. End your meal with their tasty desserts and you’ll surely have a lovely evening with Thai culinary fare.

    Gai Sate (Php 300) Classic Chicken Satay dish

    Kung Kratiem (Php 500) Prawns with Garlic

    When it comes to the place, their branch in Molito, Alabang has a sophisticated vibe which highlights Thai culture through the hanging sculptures and overall design of the place. They also have another branch in BGC, best for office workers who want to have Thai food for lunch.

    Chicken Noodle Soup (Php 220) 

    Khao Niao Ma Muang (Php 260) with fresh mango and coconut milk and sweet rice cake

    Just Thai Alabang branch

    Visit Just Thai and have a taste of traditional Thai food in Alabang!

                 
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