Kah Thai Restaurant

445 El Grande Ave., BF Homes, Parañaque, Metro Manila

Kah Thai Restaurant
4.4
4.5 Stars

10 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 10 Reviews
  • 7 Recommend
  • 10 Reviewers
Category:
Thai
Business Hours
Reopens Tue: 2:00p - 9:00p
Phone
+639153214848

Hours

  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 2:00p - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 2:00p - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 2:00p - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 2:00p - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 2:00p - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Street
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
No
Delivery:
No
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
No
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Gela I.
5.0 Stars

KAH is by far the BEST Thai restaurant we've been to. We've tried Songkran, SOMS, and Jatujak but KAH handily trumps them all.

Don't let the simple, almost non-descript decor fool you - this gem of a place serves high quality, authentic Thai food that will leave you wanting for more.

We absolutely love their Dom Kah Gah - creamy sour soup with chicken, mushrooms and chili with coconut milk as base; Black Pepper Pork- crispy pork slices sauteed in flavorful pepper sauce; and Fish in Three Types of Sauce. Every serving is generous, and cooked according to your spice preference.

It also helps that the owners - Pry and Christinas - are nice and very accommodating, which helps make for a good dining experience.

Their Red Milk Iced Tea is also delicious, and can help temper the spiciness of the food.

They sometimes have eat all you can buffets, which lets you sample all their best dishes for only P350. We make it a point to come when they do (have these buffets), because it really is that worth it.

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Wani I.
5.0 Stars

Made a scouting trip with my wife to this little Thai place inside B.F. homes. Got served by the owners themselves. Got spring rolls, crispy fish salad and shrmp pad thai. Got checked for spiciness for all the dishes. This is key especially if you didn't order milk tea to wash out the chili. Will make sure to lighten the thai patis on the pad thai next time. Need to try chicken curry & tom yum. Merienda was good. See you there.

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De J S.
5.0 Stars

From its review, we tried this Thai resto.

The food was authentic. The place is not the classy type but food was really fantastic.

Price vs serving size was ok.

I really do recommend you try them out.

Will definitely be going back.

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Tina L.
5.0 Stars

Aaaahh, my first review. Honestly my plan was to be sort of a "quiet" stalker in here but felt like today's lunch needed some recognition (especially after seeing that it only had a few reviews so far)

So yes, thought of taking my mom with me today because if there's one person who can beat my love for Thai food, it would be her!

So ambiance is well... Simple ; as every hole in the wall should be. Purple walls, some goodies and gift items from thailand are displayed, thai music in the background. Plastic chairs, cheesy thai tela as table runners etc.

It was 1:45pm. We were a bit panicky because last call was at 2pm. But the lovely girls attending to us looked genuinely happy to serve us. It almost felt like they were excited for us to try the food and THAT got me excited.

So yes we ordered the usual things we order when we want to rate a Thai place : Spring rolls, Catfish salad, pad thai. We also added Prawns in basil and chilli sauce and Thai fried rice.

All I can say is: the last time I went to Bangkok was 5 years ago and this meal made me think I was back there for a few hours!

Each plate was fresh, clean, deliciously done. Like the cook whole-heartedly wanted the diner to experience Thailand. They were all present: Kaffir, galangal, and that hint of "spicy-ness" that lingers in your mouth that only a lovely thai iced tea can cure. Oh and a big shout out to the prawn in basil and chili, it was divine. I love how the cook was patient enough to make sure the sauce was thick enough to "glaze" the prawns but at the same time still leaving a sauce-like consistency to pour over your hot rice. (Damn I'm salivating writing this down)

It wasn't a surprise to find out that a Thai couple own the place. But it was a surprise to know that they've been open for more than a year!

I left this place with one mission in mind: to tell YOU about it 127775127775127775127775127775

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Michelle C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Chris A.
5.0 Stars

Authentic Thai food cooked by an actual Thai chef, prices are reasonable, serving size generous, and of course, the dishes are really tasty.

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Chloe S.
3.0 Stars

Dishes are okay (crab cakes are a bit salty though). Price is reasonable. Place is small hence good for intimate dining. They need to train their staff on soft skills. One of the waitresses was looking at me while I was mixing my pad thai noodles and the spices, as if she was waiting for me to make a mistake, hahaha. As I was placing some noodles onto my nephew's plate she approached the table and said "Hinalo mo yung spices? Maanghang yan." I guess she meant well, but soft skills mean a lot to paying customers. 9786128521

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Bea J.
3.0 Stars

I love their utensils. Their food is okay. I understand Songkran sets a pretty high benchmark for me when it comes to Thai restos here in the metro.

I suggest you order the Thai milk tea for your drink. This will easily satisfy your Thai food craving!

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Eunice V.
5.0 Stars

Authentic Thai food at a reasonable price!

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Aris Paolo R.
4.0 Stars

For those who wish to taste the real deal Thai streetfood, Kah Thai is the place to be. Many similarly themed restaurants claim they have captured the authentic taste of Thai cuisine, but fall short because of substituted ingredients. Kah Thai boasts of being able to use real Thai spices to bring out the taste you would experience when eating in the streets of Krung Thep.

The restaurant was originally planned as just a tea shop by the owners. But, since the rent was not that much, their landlord suggested to open a restaurant instead. Kah Thai finally opened on January 28, 2013.

Upon ordering, you have the option to request for the dish to be spicy or not. The owner is the chef and of course, will personally cook uour order.

I tried the pepper pork rice meal, and it actually made me crave for more. The right amount of spices enhances your appetite. Another good rice meal is the chicken with cashew nuts. These rice meals cost normally at Php120, but are reduced to Php99 during weekdays between 11am to 2pm.

You've got to try their chicken sate without the sauce, as it is marinated in 17 different spices. It is not dry or grainy at all, unlike those who actually fry instead of grilling the sate.

Another good dish is the green chicken curry with eggplant. Yum!

I sincerely recommend everyone to try dining here. Dishes are as authentic as they can be.

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