Did you ever think sometime that you want your “lovey” to have some fine dine with you? something different..something cozy place and have moments together.. Well, try the hottest food in town Bangkok Wok. They offer specially made Thai dishes.
I was invited by Blogie Robillo (a blogger friend) to try the new dishes Bangkok Wok is offering. And I did not hesitate to grant the opportunity to taste these dishes. In fact, the foods that we’ll be going to taste are not yet in their menu. How gladly to know that we are the first to try these dishes.. ;)) So I prepare my stomach for this invitation…
Thanks to Carmina Mapa-Del Rosario for a warm welcome and introducing us these mouth-watering dishes… Anyway, let the foods be served!!..
Yam Pak Boong - crispy kangkong salad in a sweet lime dressing with shrimps and crunchy shallots - P225 (Good for 4-6 pax)
Kai Luk Koei - "son-in-law" eggs -- it's the Thai version of deviled eggs - deep fried hard-boiled eggs with tamarind sauce and fried chili - P75
-Laarb Gai - minced chicken salad with cilantro - P195
Ka Moo Pad Ped - cripsy pork knuckles on top of red curry P595
Thai Oxtail Stew - slow-cooked oxtails served piping hot with cilantro, Thai lime and Thai vinegar P 300 (serves 4-6).
"This recipe was a best-seller at Chef Pam Panyasiri's in NYC and took months for us to develop until we achieved a perfect blend of herbs consisting of cinnamon sticks, cumin, ground coriander." says Carmina.
Shrimp Fried Rice - Kao Pad Goong - P 195 (good for 6)
Grilled Lamb Riblets - Australian lamb riblets grilled thai style with a spicy lime dipping sauce and somtam (green papaya salad) on the side - P 480
Kao Soy - Chiang Mai noodle soup with crispy and soft egg and rice noodles topped with chicken, cilantro, pickled mustard - P165
And for the Dessert...Although its already in their menu, we did try their Thai desserts as well.
Ruamit - Thai halo-halo - P85
And before we end the show... tang tadadangg.... Their illy coffee!!
Bangkok Wok is located at Robinson's Cybergate, J.P. Laurel, Bajada, Davao City. Tel. No. (082) 282-1231. or email Carmina at carminadelrosario(at)gmail(dot)com.
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