Sunday, January 22, 2012

Elements of Four "S" Perfectly Blended at Silk Thai Cuisine, Serendra

Thai Style Beef with Oyster Sauce, Black Fungus and Bamboo Shoot

Sweet, Spicy, Salty and Sour...

the four fundamental flavors of Thai Cuisine,

allows me to taste it's perfect balance stylishly,

at the cozy Silk Thai Cuisine located in the high-end Serendra Lifestyle Mall, Fort Bonifacio.




Because I was 30 minutes late to the event,  I've got limited pictures. 

On my plate:

Seafood Satay - Marinated Squid, Shrimp and Snapper Fillets on skewers.

Tung Tong - Crispy Shrimp and Coriander-Filled Pastry. Crisp pastry filled with chopped prawns and coriander paste.

Vegetable Filled Roti - Crisp unleavened flat bread filled with melange of vegetables with a Thai Curry Dipping Sauce.

Thai Style Apple and Mango Salad - Som tam style salad composed of grated apple and green mango dressed in a sour vinaigrette.


Vinegar and Chili Sauce, Cucumber Dipping Sauce, Peanut Sauce

Apart from their well known Thai curry dipping sauce,

I would need to give a big round of  applause to the above sauces,

The sauces tasted like of Filipino, but more refined though. 

Our vinegar is the sourest, the more sour, the better. In Thai cuisine, there's balance.



Chicken Khao Soi / Chiang Mai Curry Noodles


Chicken Khao Soi / Chiang Mai Curry Noodles is a popular dish in Thailand made of noodles in a freshly made curry soup, topped with tender pieces of chicken, crispy fried egg noodles, coriander, onions, and peppers.

Silk has a pleasant wine selection that pairs well with flavors of Thai Food.. Cocktails include Pandan Martinis, Lemongrass Martinis, and Silk's own Ginger Zinger.





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