IN PHOTOS: Enjoy Classic Filipino Dishes with a Thai Twist at Soi Restaurant

Taste the aromatic essences and exotic flavors of Thailand. Known for its classy ambiance and authentic Thai cuisine, indulge your palate in whole new flavors featuring classic Filipino dishes cooked with a mix of Thai and Filipino ingredients, cooked in a Thai way.

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Started in 2010, Soi is a casual full-service restaurant known for its authentic Thai cuisines serving a variety of food from noodles to rice dishes to appetizers to desserts.

As for their new dishes featuring classic Filipino favorites with a Thai twist, here is the selection:

Pla Pao (Thai Grilled Tilapia)

Mu Krob (Thai Fried Pork Belly)

Pad Phak (Thai Chopsuey)

Some of the new dishes featuring local favorites are Mu Krob (Thai Fried Pork Belly), Pla Pao (Thai Grilled Tilapia), and Pad Phak (Thai Chopsuey).


Crispy Catfish with Mango Salad


Tom Yam Gung

Aside from the new dishes, we also got to try their best-selling ones: SukoThai, Pad Thai, Crispy Catfish with Mango Salad, Prawn Cake, Tom Yam Gung and Sticky Rice with Mango for dessert. We also got to try the Thai coolers—Vanilla Thai Tea Shake, Thai Coffee Cream Shake, and Sala Shake. If you like their spicy peanuts, they have jars of it available for sale.

Thai Coolers: Sala Shake

Thai Coffee Cream Shake

Vanilla Thai Tea Shake

Sticky Rice with Mango for dessert

Prawn Cake

Soi stays true to traditional Thai flavors, but takes into account the Filipino palate. The result is an array of dishes that are both excitingly new yet familiar, transporting you to the land of smiles with every bite. So if you’re looking for a taste of Thailand, from dining to ambiance, have the ultimate Thai experience at Soi.


Second Floor, Glorietta 2, Ayala Center, Glorietta Complex, Makati City
Tel. 553-0001


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