Eating @ Eat BKK Thai Restaurant

1:40 PM

A group of friends and I came to try out their restaurant during their soft opening week. This restaurant is one of the newer Thai restaurant in Toronto with same management from Kub Khao Thai (review here) and Jatujak.

Food Comments: 3.5/5
Service: 3.5/5

The restaurant wasn't large and had a layout like an alleyway with maximum 24 seats and limited single seats along the front windows and one side of the restaurant. Parking in front of the restaurant was very limited. There is some paid parking near the Hero restaurant and some free parking in the neighborhood area.

There was a single server. She was friendly and got the orders down. The food took sometime to arrive at our tables (probably 30 minutes). Even thou my dish didn't come with the group, the server was constantly checking to see which dish I was missing ...

Note: they do have free wifi but you need to ask for the password. 

Food Comments:
We got complimentary shrimp chips with peanut sauce. The sauce was thick and sweet.

The Khao Soi Poutine with Beef was shared among the group.  The sauce in this poutine was replaced from gravy to curry soup base used in the Khao Soi. It was very tasty and comforting (really great on a cold day).

For this meal, I ordered the Khao Soi. I tried the Khao Soi across multiple Thai restaurants. The curry base was great with the toppings. The only negative comment was that the rice noodle texture was too soft. The quantity of the dishes were definitely larger compared to other restaurants like Khao San Road (review here).

Overall, I liked the meal. It would be great to find some time to come back to try other dishes (especially their fusion dishes).

Food Photos:

Khao Soi

Pad See Ewe with Tofu

Ramen Tom Yum

Pad Kee Mao with Beef

Pad Krapro Kai Dao

Khao Soi Poutine

Free Shrimp Chips with Peanut Satay Sauce

Non Food Photos:


4704 Yonge St. Toronto, ON M2N 5M4
Phone:(647) 352-898

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