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My Thai Kitchen

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July 10, 2010, Saturday

I am in the mood to go out on a ‘little date’ with my B despite the glum weather because of the rainy season. Luckily, it didn’t rain on our day and off to Greenbelt we go.

We were kind of starved so after checking out the boutiques inside Greenbelt 5, we looked for a place to eat and found ourselves inside the minimalist and serene interiors of My Thai Kitchen.

Thai cuisine places emphasis on lightly-prepared dishes with strong aromatic components. Thai cuisine is known for being spicy.”

They have white tables and chairs that looks inviting and will really make you feel comfortable. And they have a cute wall that looks like steel cabinets that served as a good background for our photo if only we remembered to remove the chairs. *toink*

Our orders:

{ Tom Kha Gai, coconut milk, galangal, lemon grass and chicken soup. Php140 }

{ Pow Piet Tod Gai, fried spring roll with chicken and glass noodle. Php155 }

{ Thai Red Chicken Curry. Php275 }

A traditional Thai curry made with a subtle blend of hot, salty, sweet and sour flavors to get the taste buds tingling.

I have always been a fan of spicy food but it still came as a surprise that I will love, yes love, Thai cuisine. Their servings per order are good enough for two people and though my tummy is super full, I still managed to eat my part until the last bite.

Their food are satisfying, delicious and affordable. I recommend this for family or group lunch or dinner plans. The delectable taste of their food — with huge servings of dishes served concurrently and shared by all — makes for a merry and enjoyable My Thai Kitchen experience.

My Thai Kitchen, Greenbelt 2
Greenbelt 2, Ayala Center
Makati City, Metro Manila
(02) 757-5113

Photo credits: Brian Sahagun

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