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March 12, 2017

Food Trip at Cabalen's Other Restaurants

Soi Thai Glorietta Review


It feels like a journey from Manila to Bangkok (and back to Manila) during our intimate dinner and food crawl at Soi Thai and Mangan, two restaurants under the Cabalen Group of Restaurants. 


Soi Thai

Thai Cuisine is one of the most flavorful, colorful and textured cuisines in the world. Soi Thai Restaurant offers variety of noodles, rice dishes, salad, curry dishes, grills and dessert. 

I especially love the Tom Yum which is perfectly flavored with a balance kick of spice. I should not be surprised as Soi Thai's menu features the freshest ingredients imported from Thailand. 

Soi Thai Glorietta Review
Soi Thai Glorietta Review
Soi Thai Glorietta Review
Soi Thai Glorietta Review
Soi Thai Glorietta Review
Soi Thai Glorietta Review


To make the Soi Thai experience a lot more authentic and less intimidating, the restaurant features Thai chandeliers, machuca tiles, wooden fan and wenge-finish furniture - all thanks to Architect Joji Salonga's vision of minimalist and clean streamlined look for the restaurant. 

Soi Thai Glorietta Review
Soi Thai Glorietta Review

Quick Review of Soi Thai 

Service: attentive staff and knowledgeable about the menu and ingredients
Food: Soi Thai, so good! I will be back!
Price: Reasonable and comparable to other Thai restaurants.
Total Damage: You need around Php 500 to Php 700 for a decent dinner for 2 (Tom Yum Talei Php 348, Pad Thai at Php 298)
Washroom: I haven't checked :D Dress Code: come as you are!
Crowd: families, friends, working people and instagram boyfriends and girlfriends!


Soi Thai Restaurants: Glorietta, Alabang Town Center, SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, Robinson's Ermita, SM Seaside Cebu

Mangan

I can't remember the last time I was in Mangan, but I remember dining at this restaurant when it first openend in 2001. Mangan which means "let's eat" offers delicious Filipino cuisine prepared in a Kapampangan way

Mangan Glorietta Review
Mangan Glorietta Review

I always have Filipino home-cooked food at home but Mangan provides a different dining experience. That night, we feasted on local favorites like Bulalo, Kare-kare, Sisig and Crispy Pata. 

Mangan Glorietta Review
Mangan Glorietta Review
Mangan Glorietta Review
  Mangan Glorietta Review
Mangan Glorietta Review


Quick Review of Mangan

Service: the staff is very patient to our needs and requests. Thank you! I hope it will stay consistent :)
Food: Mangan offers more than the usual Filipino cuisine. 
Price: Reasonable and comparable to other Thai restaurants.
Total Damage: You need around Php 500 to Php 1,00 for a decent dinner for 2
Washroom: Decent with separate wash area :)
Dress Code: come as you are!Crowd: families, friends, working people and instagram boyfriends and girlfriends!

Mangan Branches: Glorietta, Galleria, SM North EDSA, Mall of Asia, Robinson's Ermita


Which dishes are your favorites from Soi Thai and Mangan?
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