SOI: Eat Thai Love Thai

February 12, 2018

If there is one thing that I can't forget about my trip to Thailand two years ago it's the food. Although most Thai foods are going to set your mouth on fire still every bite is a bliss. Surely the mango sticky rice and Phad Thai had haunted and made me craved for it for years. 

But glad to know that Ilonggos can finally satisfy their Thai cravings as SOI Restaurant is finally opened at the lower ground floor of SM City Iloilo last Feb. 9, 2018. There is a multitude of Thai dishes you can try at Soi. I can claim that this one is truly authentic as most of their ingredients are imported from Thailand itself.
Sukhothai Noodle Soup Php 298.00

SOI Eat Thai Love Thai opened its first branch in the Philippines last Feb. 26, 2010 at Robinsons Place Manila. It is a casual full-service restaurant that offers a broad line of more than 70 quality Thai cuisines serving a variety of noodles, rice dishes, salad, soup, curry dishes, grills, specialties, and dessert.

Upbeat and lively service with an AUTHENTIC taste of the menu is the pillars of SOI’s operations. Soi aims to set apart itself from other Thai Restaurants. That also explains their interiors making diners feel like they are actually dining in Bangkok.
You should try the Sukhothai Noodle Soup that has an exotic Thai punch to it and of course the mango sticky rice. 
Thai Halo-Halo - consist of water chestnuts, jackfruit,  beans, nata de coco, crushed ice and coconut milk Php 138.00
Fresh Spring Roll Php 168.00
Minced Roasted Duck salad Php 288.00
Chicken leg barbeque Php 290.00
Mango Sticky Rice Php 138.00
Prawn cakes Php 260.00
Phad Thai Php (Flavours to choose: chicken Php268 Shrimp Php 298 Tofu Php 248)
Fried banana with Vanilla Ice Cream Php 128.00
Pomelo Salad with Shrimp Php 288
Pandan Juice  Php 170 (other Flavors available Lemon Grass, Pandan Ice Tea)
Thai Ice Tea Php 85
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