March 12, 2012

Thai at Silk.

I spent a little time today browsing through old entries in my personal blog when I came across an entry about my birthday dinner two years ago. I once told myself that I will make the same entry here but I totally forgot. I wanted to kick myself for forgetting!

Anyway, we had a quiet birthday dinner that night at Thai at Silk. Although the food there is not as great as the one I tried in Bangkok (the name of the resto now escapes me because that trip was ages ago), Thai at Silk remains one of my favorite thai restos in the metro. Their food is close to authentic and have happy delicious flavors.

And there's the interiors and the ambiance that I absolutely love. Simple, clean, and quiet. I read somewhere that the famous Almario sisters did the interiors. Unlike most thai restos where they put in so many reds and oranges and brown palettes, this one is just green and white with a bit of brown. Very tasteful.

I love the service here, too -- fast, efficient, and friendly.

I've visited Thai at Silk a couple of times after that dinner in 2010 and they never disappoint. I will not even try to describe each item in the photographs below. Everything was wonderful to the mouth. Hot, spicy, and flavorful with tinge of sweetness, as every thai food should be.

So what did CBB and I order that night?


Yam Som-O | Pomelo and Shrimp Salad


Choo Chee Kung plus Roti | Minced prawn in reduced red curry sauce served with roti bread.


Garlic Pork Ribs. What is it's thai name?


Kai Phat Met Mamuang Himmapaan | Stir fried chicken with cashew nuts


Pad Thai. This is a must-try.

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Thai at Silk
G/F Serendra Piazza
26th Street, Fort Bonifacio
Taguig City
Phone: +632 8560386 to 87

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3 comments:

  1. the pad thai looks really good! I love pad thai too so I'm definitely gonna try this one! :)

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  2. Berylle: It tastes really good, too! :)

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  3. I keep seeing photos of Pad Thai's in the Philippines wrapped in that "thing". Is that the new thing in the Philippines now? LOL :)

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