It’s my second time eating at this restaurant but I haven’t had the chance to review it before as I am unable to capture the food. This time, another dinner with the boss and so I joined. It’s a walking distance from our office and it’s in the midst of Burgos Circle.
The place is quite small but the interior is well decorated for a cozy dining feel. We headed upstairs as we are 5 diners for the night. We were greeted by the attendant and handed us their menu. From the restaurant name itself, expect the food to be spicy. We are dining with our guest for the night who is a strict vegetarian.
You can’t eat at a thai restaurant without ordering their Pad Thai. We ordered for 3 types of Pad Thai – Vegetable pad thai (without mushroom, egg and fish sauce), Shrimp pad thai and Pork pad thai. (I only managed to take a pic of the shrimp one though).
Tom Yum soup is also a favourite dish for thai food. The tang is just right but be careful when sipping as the spice tends to make you choke if swallowed too fast.
For the main course, we had the chicken curry and spicy pork chop. You may need rice when eating this dishes as they are spicy to the palate. Pardon the curry though as it was already ravaged when I took the pic.
I also ordered their Tamarind Iced Tea. Though it’s more on tamarind than the tea, surprisingly that it wasn’t that sour and the melting ice is just making the drink so good.
And for dessert, though I wouldn’t say this is a dessert as this is a rice cake which is going to be heavy after meals. The boss liked it. Not only that it is arranged beautifully but the balance of the coconut milk with the tasteless rice cake and the hit of tang in the mango makes this dessert a bestseller.
Katzikat Recommends: Eat here! You will never go wrong with their pad thais.
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