Soi is offering a selection of some of their most popular dishes family-style along with a special Thai drink trio for $25 tax & tip included!
- Som Tam – spicy green papaya salad with dried shrimp, string beans, cherry tomatoes, and roasted peanuts
- Watercress Fai Daeng – watercress stir-fried in sweet & savoury garlic fish sauce
- Tom Super Gai – spicy chicken soup with galangal, kaffir lime leaves, lime juice & chili
- Moo Ping – pork skewer marinated in Thai herbs, grilled and glazed in house-made sauce
- Yum Gai Zaap – Crispy battered chicken tossed in roasted rice powder, red oni
- Gai Tod – Thai-style crispy chicken wings tossed with fried shallots and spring onions, served with thai chillies
- Pla Tod Nam Pla – Lightly battered white fish, deep-fried, then sauteed in sweet fish sauce, dressed in spicy tangy dip
- Guay Tiew Lod – Flat rice noodles with shiitake mushrooms, tofu, pickled turnips, soy crisps and bean sprouts
- Thai Slaw – Cabbage and carrot salad with sweet and spicy coriander dressing
- Khao Suai – Jasmine Rice
Plus a special Thai drink trio!
- Cha Yen – Sweet Thai iced milk tea
- Nom Yen – Sweet Thai iced pink milk (sala fruit flavour)
- Kaffe Yen – Sweet Thai iced coffee with milk
Soi, named after the Thai word for alley, brings the spirit of Thai street life to Toronto with everything from mugs and plates imported directly from Thailand to the tastes of some of owner Sherry’s favourite dishes from home.
Soi, designed like a little Thai alleyway off College, offers Bangkok street-style Thai food as well as imported Thai snacks like a Thai convenience store.
When Sherry and her husband decided to open Soi they both studied at Krua Wandee Culinary School in Thailand for 6 months before opening to learn traditional Thai recipes from scratch and still prepare all the sauces fresh from scratch with no msg.
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING:
All tickets must be purchased online before 11pm Tuesday, December 15th, 2015.
This offer will not be available at the door.
Set Attendance: 15 people
Tickets must be presented (printed or electronically) to check-in.
Each ticket is a unique one-time use code and cannot be shared.
This is a communal event, guests will play with other guests.