We all didn’t want Filipino food nor Lechon for dinner. Zubuchon lunch was too rich we were contented already. It was a fight between Japanese Ramen or Thai food, the latter won since we also heard good stuff about Siam Thai Cuisine Ayala Center.
Everyone was starving and didn’t really want to decide so I was the one who ordered, with Jennie. For appetizer, we had Prawn Patties (Php170) which everyone liked, and Thai Spring Roll (Php75).
|Thai Spring Rolls|
Thai Pomelo Salad (Php145) came, it was okay. Tom Yum Prawn Soup (Php195) tasted like how it should, this was Di’s favorite.
|Thai Pomelo Salad|
|Tom Yum Soup|
Dustin was too caught up in the Fried Fish in Sweet Chili Sauce (Php350).
|Fried Fish in Sweet Chili Sauce|
Trio of Chicken, Jennie’s favorite meat: Sauteed Chicken with Cashew Nuts (Php170), Chicken Satay (Php270) and Chicken in Green Curry (Php180) were okay.
|Chicken with Cashew Nuts|
|Chicken in Green Curry|
I enjoyed the Bagoong Fried Rice Platter (Php180), although I’ve had better.
|Bagoong Fried Rice Platter|
Boo, Mako and Arian enjoyed the Massaman Beef Curry (Php250). The beef was tender and melt-in-your mouth. Boo also enjoyed the Traditional Phad Thai (Php150).
|Massaman Beef Curry|
|Traditional Phad Thai|
They also had Thai Crispy Pata with Herb Sauce (Php330), which got thumbs up from us. It tasted like our local Crispy Pata.
|Thai Crispy Pata with Herb Sauce|
Dinner was okay, but I don’t think we’re going back for now.
Siam Thai Cuisine
Contact: +63 32 4171318
102B Garden Level, The Terraces
Ayala Center, Cebu