Thai BBQ: Authentic Taste, Large Servings And A Great Experience
For those that want a taste of the real stuff
Thai BBQ is an unassuming restaurant that sits on the Fort Strip of Bonifacio Global City. The franchise originated in Los Angeles and has since made its way to Philippine shores, boasting the same tastes that garnered it such a large following in the United States.
Entering the location, the first thing you’ll notice is the modern Thai interiors that are perky but not overwhelming. The flavors, on the other hand, are quick to grab you and keep you wanting more. Fortunately, their servings are for sharing, with each of the House Specials coming with a generous serving of Shrimp Fried Rice.
Crispy Duck Dinner
Chicken Satay, Beef Satay, Pork Satay & The Combination
The House Specials are as delicious as they look. Try the Crispy Duck Dinner for great flavor and texture. The classic Chicken Satay, Beef Satay and Pork Satay are mouthwatering as well. Each dish has a smoky barbeque base that is complemented by sweet undertones.
The BBQ Spare Ribs are fall-of-the-bone delicious as well. Don’t bother asking for that knife, because you won’t be needing it. Although you might need a bit of will power to stop yourself from devouring the dish—it’s a little deadly.
Ruamit (Thai halo-halo)
Finish you dining experience with the Sticky Rice with Mango, which is as good and as refreshing as it sounds. But if you’re looking for something different, Thai BBQ also offers a unique take on our iconic Halo-halo, which they call Ruamit. Think the same ingredients from the dessert of your childhood, but with sticky rice. It might sound weird, but it definitely hits the spot. Just make sure to leave room for it.
Tom Yum Goong
Green Curry Soup
Thai Curry Crab
Pla Tod Larg Prig
If you’re still a little doubtful, we have one detail that might push you over to the good side. There are Thai chefs in the kitchen that make sure all the dishes are as authentic as they get. In fact, Thai BBQ was given the Thai Select award by none other than the Ministry of Commerce Thailand. And if anyone knows what they’re talking about, we’ll put our bet on them.
Thai BBQ is still on its soft opening right now, but their full menu will be open to the public on April 29, 2017.