BOA Kitchen + Socials | Millenial Tita Place at QC

The first time I heard about BOA Kitchen + Socials, I got curious and asked, "Why boa?". Of all the words, I think there's something behind, of course. If you read about the book of The Little Prince, they got inspired by it and named this restaurant as BOA Kitchen + Socials from the character of the snake that sheds its skin. Thus, BOA Kitchen + Socials main concept is a transforming brunch place in the morning to a bar during at night.

The mood of the place is laid-back, perfect for a get together with friends and family. The patterns on the walls look like geometric shapes but actually portray reptile's skin. The interior design is modern but not intimidating. They used to hide the wall accent of snake and Eve on the side of the wall but eventually changed the overall setup to make it as a permanent design. The huge glass windows allow the natural lights to come in, creating a more relaxing ambiance.

The menu of BOA Kitchen + Socials focuses on brunch and evening meals with healthy and familiar dishes. They let me tried their Asia's best-sellers:

Fried Spring Rolls Lettuce Wrap (P195)
This appetizer is a must-try here! Believe me. The taste was fresh, not too oily, and best to dip with the nuoc cham aka Thai vinegar. The whole serving is good for two people.

Sisig Croquettes (P225)
If you are tired of the usual croquette, their version is sisig is the bomb. It has pickled chili, atsara, and toyo mansi aioli - such a divine taste in every bite.

Shrimp Pad Thai (P375)
I love trying out pad thai's to every restaurant and this one never failed me. The noodles were cooked right, the taste had a contrast of tangy and flavorful, and the cilantro made the whole dish tasted fresh.

Mango Sticky Rice (P225)
A traditional and classic Thai dessert with sticky rice and mango on top. BOA's version has chocolate syrup for a different taste.

Drinks (Starts at P175)
We tried their best selling Mango and Lychee Iced Tea and also the sangria. Both were good for me but if you want other drinks, they have a wide variety of signature cocktails and hard drinks.

Do you know why I love BOA Kitchen + Socials? First, their place is very friendly and spacious which I think everybody can fit in. They also host private events that you can customize depends on your theme. Second, their food offerings are fresh, healthy, and familiar to our Asian palate. Even if you are a Millenial or a legit Tita, you still have a place in here.

BOA Kitchen + Socials
Mezzanine Floor, 45 Sct. Rallos cor Sct. Tuazon, Quezon City
Operating Hours: Mon to Thurs (9am-11pm) | Fri to Sun (9am-12mn)

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