The time I read about the name of this Thai food, I opted to eat it than to pronounce it. Gosh! This is nosebleed! How come this food will have to make me struggle first in twirling my tongue because I use my tongue in eating? Duhhh!
So you know what? I opted to eat this food than to pronounce it because it hurts my tongue.
Anyway, I love the half-cooked stream beans (I hope I'm right with the name of that green veggie) and the tender beef was perfect! But beware of the red thing there because this will burn your mouth, as in hot na hot! Ang anghang!!!
One platter costs 180 pesos but don't worry that is not expensive. The serving is good for 3-4 people. So if you divide it by 4, that would only cost yo' 45 pesos each! Ang mura na, sosyal pa, naka-Thaifood ka pa, 'san ka pa!
Bongga!!! I ate this in Cafe Leona. They serve this food only during Saturday and not everyday so 'wag assuming! Saturday is their Thai food festival.
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I'm the Palagutom Boy on this blog. I created this blog because it is my dream to write an article on food for each town in the Philippines comprising its 81 provinces and given the chance, each town in the world. I also created this blog to unearth the real me without the pressure of grammatical errors and sentence construction so I write articles on this blog in freestyle, informal, jologs and colloquial ways. I write all I want here! Get out of here if you hate grammatical errors and corney posts!
Hey! Pssst! I am Palagutom Boy. I love eating CHEAP but DELICIOUS food out there. I have a huge appetite but I am not fat.
I believe we don't need to spend much for our food if we can have them cheap! I am the poorest food blogger in the world but definitely one of hottest (Haha)! I feature food that are less then 100 pesos in amount.