Thai at Silk is gone for good. Thats one less on my favorite restos. Im really gonna miss their tom yum kung.
One of the above average Thai restaurants in Manila. Serving size is quite small making it expensive because you have to order more to fill up your tummy. Food and service is good though..
we decided to check out this place as it was voted as one of the best thai restos by a community website, but it was a hohum. nothing special. i so want to question who made this resto as one of the "best". it is...More
Thai at Silk in the busy/popular Serendra end of High St at the Fort is a solid/safe choice, but nothing special. The service is ok - but not great (verges on disorganised at times). Its the kind of place you go for a fun or...More
I enjoyed the prawn cakes but the prawn and pomelo salad had chilli in it which I cannot abide. The bill was a reaqsonable P1150 for two: two entrees and a shared main plus drinks. Patronage was about 25 on a weekday night. The staff...More
The restaurant has a bright and cheery green and white interior and was pleasantly quiet for a weekday lunch, with very few occupied tables on a Monday. The tom yum soup was distinctively sour (though not spicy hot) and the vegetable spring rolls were good...More
Been to Thai at Silk a few times. All disappointing. The coconut oil alone spoils the taste of the food with its pungent aroma. And had a cockcroach situation in the food. Would recommend People's Palace or the Dusit Thani for more authentic and tasty...More
This is one of the few high end Thai restaurants in Manila. Not really a place where I normally associate Thai food (== good value restaurant) but probably a nice place to hang out.
I have heard many raves about this resto so when my sister-in-law said we were eating here, I was excited! I guess this was one of those things you hold up to such high regard that it doesn't really live up to it... Taste of...More