January 04, 2018

Simply Thai in Makati

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  • Complementing the ambiance of the Greenbelt garden setting is Simply Thai, a charming and intimate restaurant that offers contemporary Thai dishes.

    Tom Yum Kung

    Simply Thai offers a wide selection of the world’s classic Thai favorites like the hot and sour prawn soup Tom Yum Kung (Php 170), the spicy and creamy Thai Green Chicken Curry (Php 360), and the Thai-style fried flat noodles Phad Thai (Php 360).

    Pad Thai /IMAGE The Hungry Employee

    For dessert, the Thap Tim Krawp (Php 185) is a creamy and delicious choice. It is made with red-colored water chestnuts placed on top of shaved ice with sweet coconut cream. Another classic dessert option is Khao Niaw Mamuang (Php 220), the Thai version of a sweet sticky rice dessert which features mango slices and coconut cream.

    Khao Niaw Mamuang /IMAGE The Hungry Employee

    Simply Thai also offers original Thai-inspired cocktails that use a lot of lychees and coconut cream.

    Dinners are the most wonderful at Simply Thai. On evenings when you feel like taking your loved one out for a romantic dinner or your family for an intimate bonding, Simply Thai lets you have it inside their fine indoor seating or at their al fresco area where you can feel the wind blowing from the garden of Greenbelt.


    Images from: The Hungry Employee

                 
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