September 03, 2016

Basil Thai Restaurant (CLOSED)

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  • 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 over the place and relaxing sound of running water from a man-made pond. The space is wide enough to occupy a number of guests, also, there’s separate rooms provided for more private group talks. The place can also be rented for events thus it could hold up to 100 seating capacity. For big events, they cater buffet with Php 995 to 1095 /pax.

    Basil is a kind of Thai herb which is the main secret ingredient to every dish here. A compelling heavenly scent of Basil surrounds the place inviting visitors to gush on their seats and dine. They have Thai executive chefs and Thai trained chefs to make sure the authenticity of the flavours. Basil offers family-sized ala carte menu that is good for 2-3 persons. For casual dining, the cost would take up to Php 600 to 700/ person. Basil also offers wines and beer for a festive dining.


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    Crispy Fish with Three Flavored Sause(P825)


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    Thai Style Fried Noodles (P360)


    For promotions, they paired up with Metrodeal to give monthly discounts to those who wish to dine with them. They accept JCB cards and has regular Japanese guests. The store hours would be 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Has a branch in White Plains and will open additional branches soon in MOA , BGC and Ortigas.

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