Saturday, August 20, 2011


After attending a seminar at SMX, we headed off to MOA for dinner. Since I wanted to try Thai food, we decided to dine at Jatujak. Located at the second floor of Entertainment mall, Jatutak (cha-tu-chak) is actually named after the largest weekend market in Bangkok. They also served authentic and affordable Thai dishes.

We ordered, Yam Pla Duk Foo - crispy catfish flakes with mangoes and nuts, this salad reminds me of our version of ensaladang manga.

Yam Pla Duk Foo

Of course, no Thai resto visit is complete without Pad Thai – stir- fried rice noodles with fish sauce, tamarind juice, chicken, bean sprouts and garnished with chopped nuts and lime.

Pad Thai

For the main dish, we have Moo Grob - Crispy pork with cilantro relish and Kao Kluk Gapi - Bagoong Rice.

Moo Grob

Kao Kluk Gapi

Their serving is good enough for sharing. I highly recommended Jatujak to those who are craving for Thai dishes.