Fresh, bold and complex Thai flavors elegantly plated. It's good to be back at Silk Road...
Let Chef Cecille Chang take you on a culinary journey with authentic Thai flavors, only at Silk Road.
Start your meal with Silk Road's spicy Tom Yum Talay (P 340), a hot and sour seafood soup enriched with coconut milk and lemongrass. Loaded with seafood and herbs in a rich and flavorful broth, with just the right amount of heat from the spicy chili.
Fresh Prawn Rolls (P 330), plump prawns on a fresh spring roll stuffed with rice noodles and vegetables wrapped in a lettuce leaf. Drizzle some chili vinegar and take a bite. Elegantly plated with Silk Road's signature orchid, this dish tastes as good as it looks.
Shrimp Yellow Curry (P 300), fresh shrimps cooked in tomatoes, coriander, creamy coconut and curry spices, great with steamed white rice. The rich curry sauce is packed with so much flavor, with a nice layer of heat from the chili, you'll probably go for extra rice too.
Thai Ravioli (P 330), tender and richly seasoned sesame beef, shiitake mushrooms and vegetables rolled in delicate, freshly made steamed rice paper and topped with herbs and chili. Fresh, clean flavors, and another great starter from Silk Road.
Thanglor Beef (P 358), Silk Road's take on a popular Malay dish, with tender beef slow cooked for eight hours with its distinct dry curry, served with a side of crisp sweet potato chips. The rich dry curry flavors and tender beef combine for a winning combo.
Cap your meal with Silk Road's Dessert Sampler, with Silk Road's signature desserts, with Sticky Rice with Mango, Takhoo Thai and homemade ice cream in durian, mango and coconut flavors. Authentic Thai flavors, only from Chef Cecille Chang's Silk Road. And it's great to be back on the road again...
For more on Silk Road's authentic Thai dishes, check out my previous post here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-way-to-authentic-thai-flavors-start.html.
Silk Road is located at Net Quad Corporate Center, 7th Avenue corner 31st Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
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