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Som's Thai Restaurant

The restaurant is located near Powerplant Mall, near Kalayaan. This is not a posh resto but it does have more than a fair share of followers. Avoid lunchtime or dinnertime especially with an empty stomach unless you're lucky to get a table that quick. Dining al fresco is also allowed here if you're not particular about the cars.



Bagoong Fried Rice. This is good although some friends say that they've tasted better bagoong fried rice. I think I did also, at Sawasdee. Alas, that resto is already in the history books.




Seafood Curry. This is our favorite and default order whenever we eat at Som's. However, it would've been nice if they add more shrimps or squid. *hint* *hint* There was a time when we bought some take out curry and luckily, we have some leftover shrimps so we're happy, happy, happy.

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