All things Asian

Soy- Pan Asian Kitchen

Soy is a new Asian eatery in the cozy streets of Bandra. Though small, the menu seems really promising. Here is what we tried-

Soy Special Noodle Soup

Price- 200

With beansprouts, spring onions and noodles. This broth will not disappoint. It’s a large bowl which was good enough to fill 2 people up. It’s delicious and we can’t wait to go back to slurp this down.

Rating- 5/5

Sweet Chilli Potatoes

Price- 180

Slender starchy potatoes tossed in honey and chilli. We can’t name a better combo. Eating this was pure joy. If you’re looking for something snacky, we highly recommended this dish.

Rating- 5/5

Pad Thai Noodles

Price- 220

This newly opened places is already catching attention due to these noodles. They are on the sweeter side and we did think it lacked the coconut flavour.

Rating- 3.5/5

Steamed Jasmine Rice

Price- 180

As their menu suggests, simple, elegant and delicious. Sticky rice with Jasmine flavour is a rare delicacy and Soy is serving it for a steal price. We do recommend this if you enjoy sticky rice.

Rating- 5/5

Tob Tin Crom

Price- 150

Thai styled water chestnut with shaved ice, coconut syrup and jelly. This flavour was very new to us and we found it super refreshing. It’s the go to dessert on a hot summer day. It might seem a little overpriced considering the quantity but too cool off, we wouldn’t mind it.

Rating- 4/5

Overall we think Soy is a great place to visit if you’re craving Asian Food. It’s pocket friendly compared to most Pan Asian restaurants in town. The service is quick and their Cutlery is totally Instagram Worthy!

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