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Family Valentine Date at 8 Spices Thai Cuisine

This was our third time to eat at this Thai restaurant. We were here twice last year, and each time we visit, we always discover new gastronomic delights. It was two days before Valentine’s Day this year that we went to 8 Spices Thai Cuisine. We didn’t plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day; we simply wanted to eat out, but because it was almost Valentine’s Day and our son and his yaya were with us, this particular visit to 8 Spices became our family Valentine date.


Happy Valentine’s Day, Mom!


Thai Pork Spareribs with Garlic, Php315.00

It looked good and tasted good. However, hubby preferred 8 Spices’ Pork Ribs with Honey Served with Spicy Garlic Sauce. We had that on our very first visit to 8 Spices Thai Cuisine last year.


Whole Fried Lapu-Lapu in 5 Kinds of Herb, Php510.00

This was delicious! The Lapu-Lapu fish was fried to perfection. However, it wasn’t indicated in their menu what herbs they used to prepare this delectable fish dish, and I also didn’t bother to ask our server because I was busy gorging myself on this delightful treat. And oh, we loved those cashew nuts, too! We will definitely order this again.


Calamansi Juice and Dalandan Juice, Php65.00 each

I remember I had a cough that day, and I needed more Vitamin C, so I ordered calamansi juice. It was a bit too sour, but I liked it that way because it soothed my cough somewhat.

We had a sumptuous pre-Valentine’s Day dinner!

8 Spices Thai Cuisine
2nd Level, The Veranda, Robinsons Galleria
Quezon City
Telephone No.: (02) 571-3361


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14 Responses

  1. yummm….everything looks delicious and refreshing! i think they are a bit expensive for me, though. lol. kuripot talga eh, ‘no? 😀

    appreciate much your sharing this over at Food Friday, sis

  2. living here in bangkok makes me appreciate thai food more each day, lots of spices and spicy but guess what, i love it more and more! what you’ve got is really yummy and look like a huge servings! visiting from FTF, hope you can visit me back. thanks and have a great week. 🙂

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