Going to Jatujak was a fairly planned trip right down to the food we wanted to eat. We thought about different cuisines and ended up both wanting to try some Thai food. Jatujak offers a fairly cheap menu but doesn't slide back on the food quality and taste. The place also tries to reel in as much ambiance of how a Thai restaurant should be which adds a great deal of appeal to the customers.

Jatujak (pronounced as Chatuchak) is the largest food bazaar in Thailand.

Pad Thai
This was surprisingly appealing to my taste since it was my first time to try this out.

Bagoong Rice
A personal favorite! A must-try if you plan to visit Jatujak.

Vegetable and Tofu Curry
For a medium pot of curry, this is a fairly cheap choice yet you definitely get what you are paying for. Plus, this is a good option for health-conscious people.

Chicken Sate
It was okay, though I wouldn't say the best I've tasted yet. I believe there could be a better version of this.


SM Mall of Asia

2nd Level unit 237 Entertainment Mall,

SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City


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