Expand your palate by exploring and indulging in award-winning Thai food by dining at AzuThai Thai Restaurant. Believe it or not, AzuThai was the first restaurant here in the Philippines to have received the Thai Select Award, back in 2017, from the Thailand Ministry of Commerce for its authentic Thai cuisine deliciously prepared and cooked with Thai ingredients and recipes. That being said, with AzuThai, you can enjoy authentic Thai dishes without flying to Thailand.
Established in 2008, AzuThai serves home-style Thai cuisine ranging from signature Thai favorites, to traditional Thai desserts, to even classic Thai refreshments. All that being said, we were able to dig into and enjoy starting with a number of their appetizers, like their Crispy Larb Moo which is crispy minced pork salad with chili, roasted rice powder, and kaffir lime leaves; as well as their Tod Man Goong which is crispy fried shrimp cake with sweet spicy dipping sauce.
We followed that with two more starters. Their Yam Sam O which is pomelo, prawns, chicken, toasted coconut, and lime dressing; as well as their Tom Yum Goong which is hot and sour prawn soup with tomatoes, mushrooms, lemongrass, kaffir leaves, and coriander surely had us more excited of what was to come!
From their appetizers, next we had some of their mains. The first set of entrees that we had were all seafood-starred and we are not at all complaining! Their Kai Jeaw Poo which is crab omelet with super lump crabmeat, eggs, onions, soy sauce, and chili dipping sauce; their Pla Tap Tim Taotiao which is crispy golden tilapia, ginger, spring onions, and yellow bean sauce; as well as their Khao Pad Tom Yum which is prawns, nam prik pao roasted chili paste, galangal, and fresh coriander were all delicious! Every spoonful of each dish was heartwarming and comforting.
After having some kind of a seafood feast, AzuThai then served us two more of their mains and those were their Massaman Gaeh which is massaman lamb curry, shallots, potatoes, and peanuts; together with their Pad Thai Gai which is stir-fried rice noodles with chicken, egg, spring onions, and peanuts. By this time, our tummies were already full, but of course, we did not let that stop us because we knew AzuThai has delectable desserts ready for us!
Their Ruamit which is Thai style halo halo with fresh coconut milk, as well as their Mango Sticky Rice Ice Cream Sundae were such lovely meal enders that we honestly still think about until today! We just really adored how refreshing to eat both of them were.
Of course, we also did not miss out on some of AzuThai’s well-loved beverages, and so you best believe we had more than just a sip of their Thai Iced Tea and Lemongrass Iced Tea. They also served us softdrinks, coffee, and tea.