Erawan Thai Street Food

Thailand is one of the countries in my bucket list. Being the only country in South East Asia that was not colonized, I’m really interested to experience the culture of Thailand. I’d love to visit the Grand Palaces and the floating markets in Bangkok. I want to meet the Northern Hill Tribes, and eat authentic Thai Food! Since I’m still saving for it, the most realistic thing to do is to find a restaurant that serves Thai Food. My feet brought me to Erawan Thai Street Food!

Erawan Thai Street Food
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To be honest, I’m not really familiar with the authentic taste of Thai food. I think the last time I tried it is when I went to Red Ginger at City of Dreams. Let me show you their menu:

Erawan Thai Street Food

The price ranges from ₱100 to ₱280 ($2-6). I think that it’s budget friendly because they use spices from Thai.

Erawan Thai Street Food
Pad Thai, Tom Yum, Thai Fried Rice, Thai Fresh Spring Rolls

They don’t serve food at the same time. Some food takes more time to be served. We had to wait before taking this pic. LOL.

Pad Thai

Pad Thai is one of the most famous street foods in Thailand. It is a stir-fry dish made with rice noodles, shrimp, chicken, or tofu, peanuts, a scrambled egg and bean sprouts.

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Their Pad Thai tastes good. I like that it’s not spicy. I was expecting more noodles and meat but majority of the ingredients is tofu.

Tom Yum

Tom Yum is a type of hot and sour Thai soup. It is usually cooked with shrimp.

Erawan Thai Street Food

We ordered the medium size. It includes about four to five pieces of shrimps. How was it? It tastes like Sinigang with a taste of Thai to me. It’s flavorful but I felt that it lacks some veggies.

Thai Fried Rice

There are various types of Thai Fried Rice. There are Thai Pineapple Fried Rice, Classic Chicken/Shrimp Fried Rice, and Thai Yellow Fried Rice to name a few.

Erawan Thai Street Food

Their fried rice tastes like the usual Filipino Fried Rice. However, this one is more sticky. I think they put some egg while frying the rice. I was expecting for a Thai twist but I’m a bit disappointed. If you want to get full, order this.

Thai Fresh Spring Rolls

Spring rolls are one of the most popular Oriental foods. It comes in numerous varieties that differs from one country to the next.

Erawan Thai Street Food

Thai Fresh Spring Rolls looks like Gỏi cuốn (Vietnamese Spring Rolls). In contrast, Thai Fresh Spring Rolls is composed mainly of carrots and some other veggies. There’s a very small portion of chicken meat. I wish they have more. Anyway, this is great for vegetarians. Just ask them not to include meat.

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The staff are neat. I like that they are dressed in Thai inspired clothes.

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Erawan Thai Street Food is located at JB Tan, Casa California, BF Resort Village, Las Pinas, Metro Manila.

It’s an open space but I did not feel hot at all. I guess they turn on the fans at noon time.

The decorations will make you feel that you’re in Thailand.

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I and my friends had a pleasant experience there. The food, the people, and the ambiance is good. I wish I’m near Las Pinas so I could go there anytime I want.

Erawan Thai Street Food

Among the food we ate, I think Pad Thai is the best. I’d love to try the pineapple fried rice, the mango salad, and the pistachio ice cream next time!

How about you? Have you been to Thailand? Have you tried any Thai Restaurants?

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  1. I like Thai food but it’s not something I really crave for:-). The resto looks neat though… I would love to go back to Thailand and experience the floating markets.

  2. I love Thai foods especially their curry which varies with may spices – green curry, red curry, yellow curry, ohh they are delicious. But if you are not used to it, sometimes it makes you gassy

  3. Haven’t been to Thailand obviously as I’m only a student haha! and haven’t taste also Thai food but the food looks so good!!! As what I’ve said, I already recommended it to my friend who is passionate about Thai matters ????

  4. Authentic Thai food is one my favorite cuisines! You should really try it when you go to Thailand. After visiting Phuket, I fell in love with Thai food and sadly, there’s a rarity of restaurants in Manila that can execute Thai food well. Well, it’s really hard to compare to the authentic. 😀

    By the way, the restaurant’s colors matches the theme of your blog, hehe. cute!

  5. Uy this resto is close to our home. 🙂 I’d love to taste their Thai food! I’d only been to Thailand once and I love their dishes. Wasn’t able to eat fresh spring rolls tho.

  6. Thai food is super tasty! Mejo mahal kasi iyong pinupuntahan namin dito pero worth it.. as in lahat ng nasa menu masasarap wala akong masabi. Nagcrave tuloy ako ng tofu..

  7. I haven’t been to Thailand but I have tasted some Thai food already. There’s about the spicyness of their food that I love. (Or am I just bias because I love spicy food) ????????

  8. Great overview! The food looks beautiful and delicious! I’ve been lucky enough to travel to Thailand and thought the food was even better (but much spicier) over there. Hope you get to go soon!

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