Better check out what’s delectably new at Muang Thai!

From hardcore traditional Thai cuisine, Muang Thai has a whole new revamped space and menu offering that is now of modernity that is sure to be fresh to the eyes and to the taste while of course still respecting its roots for a much better service and vibe that would be great for any eat out.

Muang Thai has been serving folks craving for Thai dishes for 23 years now and so they have a ton of fans already and we could say that they are even growing more so now that they have new additions to their already tasty traditions.

With a huge dining space that could accommodate seventy to seventy-five people, no wonder Muang Thai has got many people buzzing about them, especially now that they also have adapted to the palate of the Filipinos, leveled up even their food presentation, even down to the texture of their food itself.

Enough teasing and start digging into their Fried Appetizer Sampler (Php 370) that is a sampler platter of Muang Thai’s Golden Pouches, Fried Shrimp, and Fried Chicken Skin, alongside their corresponding dips which are Sweet Chili Sauce, Tamarind Sauce, and Thai Vinegar.

Another great tasting starter that you could go for is their Yum Pla Dook Fu (Php 260) which actually is a bestseller of theirs. This one is fried catfish with green mango salad, served with sweet and sour lime vinaigrette, making this a crunchy tangy goodness of a dish.

Other than that, their Muang Thai Salad (Php 270) is of pomelo macerated in panocha coconut syrup with char-grilled shrimp, roasted nuts, and shrimp heads. This one is a light, satisfying dish filled with fun textures such as plump, succulent, and just so good.

From salads, grab yourself some piping hot yumminess that is their Tom Yum Talay (Php 430) which is no other than Tom Yum soup of charred shrimps, clams, squid, and fish fillet, that goes really well with their Khao Kluk Kapi (Php 300) which is shrimp paste fried rice, topped with egg sauce, fresh mango slices, raw shallots, and cured pork bits.

After having some starters and yum goodies, get ready for some of their delicious mains such as their Beef Short Ribs (Php 435) which is a serving of grilled beef short ribs with sautéed mushrooms, roasted pineapple, and ground toasted rice, and your choice of either cilantro pistou or massaman curry.

Next to that is their Gai Hor Bai Toey (Php 310) also known as Chicken Pandan which is such an aromatic dish. This one is of Thai pandan wrapped chicken served with homemade soy sesame sauce which makes the taste of the dish more delectably interesting than it already is.

If you want something that is certainly as easy eat, go for their Satay Sampler Platter (Php 350) which from its name you probably will be able to tell that this one is of a sampler platter that consists of their Satay Goong, Satay Muu, and Satay Gai, served with peanut sauce and Thai vinegar.

And of course, you should not leave Muang Thai without having a trademark dish of Thai cuisine. Their Pad Thai (Php 360) is a plate of wok-fried rice noodles cooked in tamarind sauce with seared shrimps and chicken topped with fried tofu curds.

Meanwhile, for dessert, better not miss out on their Mango Sticky Rice (Php 130)which is served beautifully, as this one is of glutinous rice with coconut sauce and riped mango that goes perfectly paired with their refreshing drinks.

Speaking of drinks, you might want to give their lip-smacking good and revitalizing beverages more than just a sip, especially their Thai Milk Tea (Php 115), Coconut Pandan (Php 115), and Frozen Thai Milk Tea (Php 130).

As mentioned, Muang Thai has gone into some improvements and additions for their diners to have a full blown wonderful Thai cuisine experience, and so you have got to try one of their new ones such as their cocktails. Their Whiskey Sour (Php 200) is of bourbon whiskey, fresh lemon, syrup, and egg white, and it truly is breathtakingly yummy.

Muang Thai has been serving the Filipinos for more than two decades already and now that they have adapted to the taste buds of the Filipinos alongside amped up their space with modernity, no wonder more people are even coming to dine with them and even have events with them.

Muang Thai doesn’t only have a huge dining space, but also they have three function rooms that can be rented each or altogether, considering each can comfortably accommodate 15 to 20 pax, so hit them up and have your ultimate Thai cuisine adventure with them.

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Address: 138 Malakas St, Diliman, Quezon City, 1100 Metro Manila

Contact Number: (02) 927 4305

Hours of Operation: Mondays to Sundays, 1030AM to 1030PM

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