Thai Street Ph
I so craved to try Thai foods since then. Or even other Asian foods available on the market or restaurants. And I am so lucky that I was given the chance to taste a Thai Barbecue during the food tasting event of Thai Street PH. The food tasting event was held at Orange Karenderia in Parkmall.
We were first served specialty foods from Thai Street PH which is the Thai Barbecue and the Thai Street Milk Tea. Here’s my point-of-view for each:
The Thai Barbecue may look like a common barbecue we see on the streets but the thing that made it stand out among others is the tenderness of the meat. The way it was prepared and processed is not the way we usually do it (even our neighbors who sells barbecue isn’t preparing this way). This is one of the best pork barbecue I’ve ever tasted. I guess this is how Thai prepares their barbecue. The meat feels so soft – so soft that even if it’s served not as hot as we want, i was surprised that the meat is still very soft and I did not have a hard time chewing it even if it’s not that hot. The taste is unique. There’s that aftertaste that I cannot explain (probably the ingredients during they marinade it?). Among all the barbecue’s that I have tasted, this one’s in! ?
Thai Street Ph Milktea
I would definitely and honestly say that I am not really a fan of milkteas. This is the 2nd milkea i ever tasted in my entire life and upon tasting Thai Street Ph’s milktea, here are my thoughts (P.S. I am this is not a biased review and this is based on what my tastebuds felt.):
I liked it. Why? Because the first time you got to smell it, you’ll not gonna think of it as a milktea but a healthy tea. The aroma is somehow like a traditional tea served by folks to rejuvenate. The taste is way different that the milktea i’ve tasted a year ago. But so far, this milktea made me realize that milkteas are not bad – that milkteas are actually delicious.
By the way, let’s join Thai Street Ph on Sugbu Merkado SRP this March 16, 2017. See you there!
The Orange Karenderia serves variety of famous Filipino foods. One of the foods served was my ever favorite street food, the “guinabot”. Here’s more of the best-selling foods that Orange Karenderia Served during the food tasting event:
Betsy’s Garlic Chicken
The aroma of the garlic seems so good. It adds to the taste of the chicken. Now I realized that each chicken restaurant I have been into definitely have different chicken products. The taste are all unique and different from each other.
Crispy Tuna Belly
I thought ion the first glance it was a porkchop. When I tasted it, I wondered why it taste so different. Then I asked and realized that it is actually a tuna. LOL. This is not the typical tuna I have ever tasted. The way how it is cooked looks so captivating.
I only tasted a very small portion of it because when I tried to get one, it’s already gone. I could tell how delicious it is because my fellow bloggers ate it first (peace guys 😀 ). The only thing I could say is that it smells like sisig and tastes like sisig. I should’ve had tasted it first.
Definitely one of my favorite. I always eat this food on any pongko-pongko in Cebu City and this one is i guess the cleanest among all the guinabot I’ve tasted so far. Still guinabot tho and I will always love it 🙂
You may visit Orange Karenderia in Parkmall and try the Filipino dishes they offer!
Here’s a vlog I made for this Food-tasting event! 🙂