Serving Thai cuisine born from Northeast Thailand, with its fusion of the Laos and Vietnam gastronomy, Buddha’s Surf Resort and Restaurant stands out for their rich and rustic cooking care of Chef Suksa-Ard Wichaisri, better known as Chef Art. Visit them along the Tourism Road in General Luna and sample their Thai cuisine comprised of the Pad Thai, Tom Yum Gai, Khao Pad, and the Gaeng Ped! Plus, don’t forget to look for the “Buddha Thai Cuisine” sign that will welcome you before you enter this rustic abode.
UPDATED as of January 15, 2019: This restaurant is CLOSED. Basil Thai Restaurant is bringing authentic Thai cuisines in the Philippines Pure herbs and spices combined together to bring authentic Thai cuisines here in the Philippines. A mix of sweet, salty, spicy and sour perfect for our local taste buds. Started on 2012, Basil offers wide range of delectable food and drink that matches our Filipino palate. All the dishes are freshly prepared as ordered and employ all the aspects of the definitive Thai cuisines: aroma, flavour, arrangement, and colour. Once stepped in, guests can experience how it feels like to dine in a Thai garden with soothing Basil aroma all […]
People all over the metro have tried noodles from various countries, with Japan’s thick and rich ramen and China’s spicy noodle soups leading the charge. Thai noodles rose to popularity in recent years, with one restaurant being frequented by foreigners everywhere: Som’s Noodle House in Makati City. Som’s Noodle House started off as a Thai restaurant with a few noodle dishes in 2005. Space was not an issue back then as the diners had their meals on the street. 2009 saw them expand the restaurant with an eat-in setting, but people still chose to eat on the street, especially at night. RESTAURANT INTERIORS. They had this put up in […]
RED GINGER. One of City of Dreams Manila’s dining offering. Being one of the restaurants at the great entertainment complex that is City of Dreams Manila, Red Ginger offers the pleasant dining atmosphere and delectable dishes you deserve. Mainly a Thai cuisine restaurant, Red Ginger is the restaurant you must go to if you want to try out scrumptious Southeast Asian dishes. It presents fusions of Indonesian, Singaporean, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisine. Its Indonesian chef, Audi Hayun Budiman, has experience in world class 5-star hotels providing arranged dishes in various genres. CHICKEN LOVER? Try Red Ginger’s Caramel Ginger Chicken The contemporary dining restaurant names Nasi Goreng Jakarta, Beef Rendang, and Char Kway […]
Located in Greenbelt 3, Makati, People’s Palace serves modern Thai cuisine. What’s unique about Thai dishes is that at least 3 of the 5 major sensations of taste are always present – salty, sweet, sour, bitter and spicy. The flavors burst in the mouth on the first bite. Thai cuisine is never boring. They pay attention not only to the flavor but also to the texture, color, and ingredients, creating food that is pleasing to both the eyes and the tongue. (From left to right: Pad Thai – Php 380, Chicken and Pork Satay with Peanut Sauce – Php 380, SomTam, Spicy papaya salad with sticky rice – Php 250) (Green […]
(Update: Coca is permanently closed) Nowadays, a lot of different cuisines from various countries have become in demand in Metro Manila, catching every heart of food lovers. One of Primer’s favourites is COCA, a Thai-Cantonese restaurant located in SM Aura. “COCA” was derived from the Mandarin word “kekou” which means “appetizing.” True enough, Coca has been serving authentic dishes since 1957. They are most famous for their own version of Thai suki which is a hot pot dish similar to shabu-shabu. It was first introduced when they open their first branch in Soi Tantawan, Bangkok. One of the things you need to know about their suki dish is that it […]
Kafe Yen is a Thai Restaurant that Started in 2013. Its second branch can be found in San Diego in the United States. You can enjoy a rich variety of their menu originally conceptualized by the owner. They serve Thai food such as the Tom Yum Shrimp and Bagoong rice, and Other southeast Asian dishes. (Photo 1) Tom Yum Shrimp, PHP 189 (Photo 2) Bagoong Rice, PHP 259