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Last weekend when my parents was in KL, my bro suggested to try out this place Baan Thai 2 Seafood Restaurant at Kuchai Lama as he mention that everytime he drove past, it is filled with alot of people.

Then we thought that to reach there at 6.15pm for early dinner to avoid massive queue. To my surprise, when we reached, there was already a bee line waiting to hit in and the restaurant is packed. By logic it could not be this good that less than 15 minutes there is this massive queue. Asked the counter guy he mention OPERATING TIME is from 12pm – 5am (NON-STOP). It just wow me for such an operating time.

This is the scene of 6.15pm. As we left at 7.30pm, the queue is even longer.

Certainly this place is base on Feng Sui as the fountain is flowing in not out.

Quite a huge seating space and separated into 4-5 pax seating area in the middle and big round table for bigger guest crowd at the side. Quite cooling for such a place with its automated big fan.

Food that we order and I never expect the dish to be out at lightning fast speed. Upon we place order and for all the food to serve out is less than 10-15 minutes. For a full house crowd, I am certainly impress on this.

RM 4 per stick. Turns out to be better than what I expected. Caramelize, soft and juicy.

Steamed sour fish @ RM 45. Quite big for it size, sourish enough and the heat of spicy hits you at the end. Just perfect. Fish meat is fresh too.

I guess many of you will love the tomyum. Not your usual ordinary as I think it is quite near to the Southern Thailand style cooking method like Hatyai. A taste that all of us will enjoy for a typical tomyum. Sourish yet the spiciness is there. The more you drink, the spicier it goes. Loving it!

One of the best Phad Thai that I come across. Very classic street food that fried to perfection. Noodle is springy, slightly sweet in after taste with its fish oil, fragrant wok hei and the egg covers ontop is just nice. @ RM 10

This is quite unique for all of us. It is suppose to be curries but turns out more like a soup base. Love the omelette added in it as it does have hint of salted fish and layers of pressed omelettes soack with this sourish base, would be a best combo with their rice.

My parents enjoyed it alot and I must say for the total price is about RM 190 is quite decent and surely will come back again to try others. Indeed will be one of my recommended Thai Food in KL or one of the Best Thai food in KL.

*NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 9/10, good Thai Food~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Baan Thai 2 Seafood & Thai Cuisine
Jalan Kuchai Lama, Taman Kuchai Jaya,
58100 Kuala Lumpur,
(next to KFC Kuchai Lama)

Operating hours: 12pm–5am

Tel: 03-7972 9003 / 018-315 3323

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There are actually alot of Thai Cuisine in Malaysia. We all just love Thai. Some of my friends heading to Thailand is like their yearly checkin for shopping and eating. When comes to Thai food, it is all the usual not till recently I tried this Rod Dee Ded at Uptown Damansara. This is just not your typical Thai food joint. Establish since 1965 in Bangkok and this would be their first outlet in Malaysia and they are operating in SS21, Uptown Damansara. Rod dee ded also means delicious.

Rod Dee Ded Specialist in beef as the main ingredient, their broth is cooked for at least 12 hours. Also shower beef  is one of their signature dish. Ingredients are from Halal certified beef supplier. So for my muslim friends, here would be one of your destination too.

Fried Chicken wings @ RM 9.80 is a must order item here, which is exactly like street food in Hatyai. Just dont ask me why Hatyai as it instantly hit me in my brain for this connection. Fried to perfection that the skin is crisp, fragrant and taste like a classic street food in Thai. Dont miss this out.

All beef for shower beef are Australian wagyu beef. 2 types: premium and prime wagyu

There are 2 ways of eating this.
1. Hotpot (original soup / Spicy soup @ RM 9.80 each)
2. Order as a la carte and pair with rice/noodle

Both of the soup have its own unique flavour, and if you ask me to really really choose one, then I think I like the original soup more. Spicy soup give you Umami taste. Imagine that the soup stock is cook with good quality beef bones for more than 12 hours.

This is the signature of shower beef . A bowl is provided, then you put a few slices of beef onto the bowl and scoop the soup add into the bowl. Spoon the soup a few rounds, then pour it back into the pot and start all over again. Till to the texture and colour you like. Can be medium rare, medium or well done.

My favourite part of beef is Oysterblade – is a must order. Not many places offer this part. Texture is totally different. 100g @ RM 31.80, others we had were Striploin 100g @ RM 42.80 and Rib eye 100g @ RM 48.80.

They do offer this for lunch too. What you can do is ask the staff to cook for you if you are in rush yet you want to enjoy this great beef shower. It would be much faster as they know the tricks compare to us.

If you are not a fan of beef, you can check out their other dishes.

Pad ka Pow @ RM 13.80. Very nice and fragrant basil taste. I used to hate it but along the years I learn to appreciate the taste. Those of you love strong basil flvour then this would be a perfect dish.

Tendon is cook to perfection. Soft and slightly chewy.

Chicken Green Curry is slightly thick and fragrant. Chicken is not overcook and for lunch, this is good. @ RM 18

One of their lunch menu for noodles are : Meat Ball, Beef Slices and Brisket  @ RM 23.80. You can opt in original soup or spicy soup base.

This is not the usual Pad Kee Mao that I always had. The noodle is slightly different.. It it wider and slightly thicker to give you a nice chewy texture. As it is brought in all the way from Thailand. The texture is not even close to our local koey teow.  @ RM 16.80. Give it a try, as I quite like it, where it is filled with wok hei.

Stewed Brisket Clapot in steam rice . Love the fatty part of brisket and it is fragrant. @ RM 25.80

Certainly one of a Thai shop that offer different offerings. Not your usual typical Thai food and most of the ingredients are all the way from Thailand.

Location:
Rod Dee Ded at SS21
15, Jalan SS 21/37,
Damansara Utama, 47400
Petaling Jaya, Selangor
(few doors away from famous Village Park Nasi Lemak)

Operating Hours:
11-3pm
6-10pm

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At times when we are in Shopping Mall, we certainly are out of idea or do not know what to eat as there are restaurants that you always go and some times you just want to try something new. If you are looking for Thai fusion food then Thai Hou Sek at 1 Utama is one of the choices that I recommend too. It is a Thai Chinese cooking. Hence the flavour or cooking will be slightly different if you compare direct to a classic Thai food.

Simply for the modern cheek ambiance and Thai food offerings are pretty decent and good.

For drinks, we order Thai Coconut Shake @ RM 15, Pick- Me-Up Fruit Tea @ RM 8.50 & Thai Hou Yum @ RM 8.50. Thai Hou Yum is one of my favourite as it is refrshing, serve like tequila style as salt are all coated around the surface of the glass. A perfect refrshing drink for our hot weather or just a recharge after some shopping done.

Egg plant was not in my food list last time and starting to learn to enjoy this dish. Pad Kra Pao Eggplant @ RM 18 is a dish you should order too. Fried to perfection with wok hei, stir fried with soy sauce as one of the ingredient that makes it smells good and fragrant. a perfect combination with rice.

A dish that we usually will order is fish, but this round trying out their Squid in Spicy Lime Sauce @ RM 37. turns out to be quite good too. Mild spicy, love the sourish soup base from the salted veggie and lime just add in the punch that is need. Interesting that they do add in chinese sausage too.

Not our usual order which is classic tomyum soup. It is a dish that is recommended by the waiter for Tom Sap Pork Ribs Soup @ RM 23.50. This is slightly more spicy than the squid lime yet love the heat at the back of my throat yet it is not too flaming. Just nice for those who love some spiciness.

The classics that would not go wrong is 4 Heavenly Kings with Prawn @ RM 22

Spicy Pork Belly @ RM 19 is Thai style, that they do fried it then dip with chef special sauce.

Garlic Pork Ribs @ RM 23.50

Deep Fried Tilapia @ RM 46

One of the outlet that I visit on and off for Thai food in 1 Utama.

Location:
Thai Hou Sek 1 Utama
Lot S132, 2nd Floor,
1 Utama Shopping Centre,
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
(at Old Wing & below TGV)

Phone: 03-7731 7933

Opening Hours: 11am-10pm Daily.

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Rama V. Rama V is one of a casual fine dine that establish quite well among many folks around the area. Sitting in Jalan U thant where the upscale residence is, fits well with the society there. Having a Thai chef in the house and with the new chef that came on board, I am impress with his cooking. His cooking style is from the Northern Thai. Therefore do not expect spicy flavour like the southern side of like Bangkok or Hatyai. Flavour is more on sourish, clear and fragrant leaves.

As for this Chinese New Year, they do have Chinese New Year Menu too. We had the Fortune Set @ RM 468 which is for about 5-6 pax

Environment here is slightly different, as they do have private rooms seated outside in this village like houses from 2 pax – 15 pax.

Dining area is more on the comfort luxury style.

As we early, we kick start with their cocktails. I am not a big fan of cocktails but they are certainly impressive. The cocktail are Thai inspired which have elements of Thai ingredients.

If you like something fresh, yet flavour profile is quite prominent, Pinklao @ RM 24.85 whisky, lime jice, coconut water, pumpkin spice syrup is one of my favourite.

Princess Fa-Ying @ RM 24.85
Tequila, Lime Juice, Spice Syrup, Crafted Grapefruit soda, ginger Beer Soda

The Royal Dome @ RM 27.45 – White rum, Strega, Spice syrup, orange bitter. this is another of my recommended too, if you like smokey flavour.

Khing of Siam @ RM 24.85
Vodka, Passionfruit puree, lime juice, bunga kantan (torch ginger flower syrup) ginger, kaffir lime leaf

If you are explorer, this is a very interesting cocktail as the element they have it in there is like drinking hint of tomyum that is cold yet with alcohol content. worth to give it a try.

One of the girls favourite is this Queen Suriyothai @ RM 24.85 -Gin, Lynchee liquer, yuzu puree, lemon juice, egg white, sugar syrup, basil leaf. Refreshing, intersting, sourish, with hint of sweetness yet fragrant foam egg white.

Find that their cocktail is very affordable and these are my recommended cocktails for first timer base on my palate:

  1. Queen Suriyothai (girls can start of with this)
  2. The Royal Dome (for smoky lover)
  3. Pinklao – first perfect glass to go after.

So for their set, they do have Thai version of Lou Sang that topped with scallop, thai fish cake, smoked duck and other fresh ingredients. Quite interesting and quite good as the sauces that add in there is a good balance with the ingredient on the plate.

Starting off with Soup – Golden Shrimp Tom Kha– Spicy tomyum soup with coconut milk, oyster mushroom, lemongrass, stuffed prawn bali and Shrimp rice. The broth is good, mild sourish and spicy then you can taste a hint of sweetness aftertaste that comes from the coconut milk.

Main Cource:
Steamed Seabass with Tom Khong Sauce. Not the typical steam fish that is pack with garlic and chili, this version is to enjoy the freshness of the fish meat and clear sourish soup.

Stir-Fried Brussels Sprout with Sea Scallops in Thai Royal Sauce. Love the cooking style with the sauce, it would be perfect if the Brussels sprout is the crunchy version.

Stir Fried Tiger Prawns with Pia Kong Sauce

Personally, I feel this is the best dish in the menu as Rama V Braised Duck in Thai Spice Herbs Served with Kai Lan and Asparagus. Sauce is thick enough, yet every bite is very fragrant with thai herbs. Put it in a way is like Penang Kuih Chap but in Thai version that the soup had shimmer down to thickness. Perfect to go along with rice. Duck meat is best if it is slightly softer.

for dessert, we had:  Jasmine Mango Pana Cotta, Pandan Creme Dumplings, Ja MOng Kud (egg yolk dumpling in Wheat Flour Crown)

Was told by the waiter that this dessert Ja MOng Kud (egg yolk dumpling in Wheat Flour Crown) was done specially for the royal family in Thai. Quite an interesting texture. Something new to me.

I have been to this Thai restaurant in KL few years back for a birthday celebration and I think now is much better.

Location:
5, Jalan U Thant,
Kelab Golf di Raja Selangor,
55000 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 12pm – 3pm / 6pm – 11pm

Tel: 03-2143 2428

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How is your food hunt around Subang Area for Kopitiam after closure of Asia Café, hence come out with Top 8 food in Rock Café after recent discovery. Personally after the closure, it not a good experience for my end, and ended up at Uptown Damanara Hokkien Mee. this place was introduce by my friend there is this food court that they always visit especially for football matches. You will be surprise on the amount of crowd. Rock Café sure is not one of a hiddem gem but its an good old discovery. .

Friend explain to me on a few fact about this Café.

  1. Open 24 hours. Like Mamak.
  2. With selection of more than 30 types of food. NONE Repetitive.
  3. A great combination of Halal and non Halal food that makes is a cool 1 Malaysia foodcourt.
    1. For some of the folks that are concern, there is some assurance for you reduce your worry. They have sperate cutleries and washing area through colour separation for utensils and plates.
    2. One of the manager came from hotel industry hence the strict separation cutleries and washing area.
  4. They have customer reward day. At times you can get Milo Ais for as low as RM 1.
  5. Have football match with some interesting event over big games. Do check out their FB.
  6. Best of all, they have lost and found department. If you lost anything here, do check out at their main cashier counter. Chances of you finding back, could be 50%-50%.
  7. Safety at night? Worry free as they work closely with Police to have Police peronda every 1 hour.

The Café have indoor and outdoor area. Of course outdoor is more chilling in the evening. Tried a few items in this food court, and this is my personal pick food stalls if you are here.

NO.1 Ayam Bakar – Jakarta. I have always miss my Indonesian food and this stall do give you one of the best for coffee shop quality. It is very near to the street food that I have miss in Jakarta Pusat.

Chicken is maritated to perfection, grill till it is not too dry, yet juicy inside out and you can see the shinning glaze of marination on the skin. To eat along with their Nasi Bakar is a perfect pair. Eat along with sambal with hit you with the heat and spiciness that you need.

Just a simple awesome dish that you should not miss if you are here.

No.2 Uncle huat Fried Rice

Classic food meet classic place. One of the most busy stall in this area is Uncle Huat Fried Rice. To do a fried rice sounds easy but it was never easy. Rice fried till very fragrant and love the texture of pieces with wok hei and dry. Top with a “hor pau tan” and soy soauce is the best combination that you could ask for. Best of all, can add char siew and prawns. Favourite! Do prepare to wait 45 minutes to 1 hour for this Fried Rice.

No.3 Uncle Tan’s Portuguese Grilled Fish

One of the best stall from Asia Café is Uncle Tan’s had move to Rock Café. Famous for their fresh seafood as uncle Tan himself head over to Pulau Ketam every morning. Choosing the best fresh ingredients to be serve at his stall. You can choose a few cooking style.

No.4 – Mushroom King

Was told that this is the original founder of fried mushroom that started in kopitiam before flourish and boom into Pasar Malam and kopitiam. Using their own special recipe for their buttered fried mushroom. Something simple that I like and best to go with beer. Price is very reasonable.

No.5 Grannys Nyonya Kitchen

If you miss your Melaka nyonya style food, then this is one of the stall that you can pay a visit. Curry is creamy thick and curry spices fragrant did not overpower it. Chicken is is cook nicely where it is still soft and juicy. Sambal brings you slight sweet spiciness to compliments it.

No.6. Western food Corner.

I have been looking out for Kopitiam western food and this stall turns out to be not too bad. Hence falls into my no.7 top choices.

No.7. Japanese Corner.

As for Café quality, this Japanese chicken Don is not too bad a tall. Generous portion of fried chicken, top with an egg and their special sauce is indeed simple and no complains.

No. 8. Indo Mee Spicy.

If I do not know what to eat, the easiest option is to go for Indo MEe and this version is Indo Mee Deli Hell Spicy. Not as spicy as it mention as it is quite alright for me.

Going for a value for money meal, then this Grilled Chicken with Arabic Pita (with an option to change pita to nasi Briyani). With the portion and amount that you are paying, it is in deed value for money. My version of eating is to tear my chicken into pieces and of course do remember to squeeze the lime onto it. Tear, the pita bread, add on some chicken and may noise then, bon apetite.

Other items that you can try is : TAndori Chicken, Roti Canai Burger, Japanese Curry Chicken Rice, Classic China pull noodle (available dry or soup) and if you love strong peppercorn taste, you will love it.

For happy hour, they do have special promotion for 1 bucket of Sommersby with 4 bottles @ RM 46 and Carlsberg Smooth Draught @ RM 56 with 3 bottles (Large)

Certainly a nice place for simple food and value for money.

Disclaimer – I have visited during their lunch time and some stalls only operate in the afternoon. 

Location:
Rock Cafe
Jalan PJS 11/20,
Bandar Sunway, 46150
Subang Jaya, Selangor

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After successful set up its stake in Klang, Pims Thai food have now expended to PJ area due to his regular demands. With this new expansion also comes with new concept where this outlet is known as Pims & The Rama – Real Thai Restaurant and Bar that located in Ara Suria. It is also one of my favourite Thai food place also finally open in PJ  for just only about 2 months, serving classic Thai and some street food item. Klang outlet click here.

This new cafe is to set its food and position itself closer to its diners where understood that ambiance is quite important.

Outdoor seating area is quite spacious.

Their indoor seating area definately looks comfy. Looks like a modern setting of home, bar and a restaurant. A clever combination.

Not only that, to be more interactive with their customers, diners can now #pimsramathai at Instagram to get a picture printed out and also a voucher.

Sofa for drinking chilling area.

Private room to cater for family and birthday parties.

For interior, they do decorate some pictures and pieces of the Thai King.

Menu is quite extensive . . .

One of their new item and it is fried to perfection is Rama’s Beloved Fried Donut Prawns (Tod Man Gong) @ RM 18.90. Fresh mince meat with prawns and it is crispy and to dip with their chef special sauce is good! – recommended!

Love their Thai Ice Tea too as it is pretty solid and sweetness is just right for me @ RM 5.50. To be more classic street style then Thai Ice Red Soda is refreshing and a must in our current hot weather. @ RM 4.90

Cocktail not in the menu, but will be available soon.

As this was highly recommended by the manager is Deep fried fish. Whole fish fried to perfection where the head looks fine and meat is cut to a decent size where each piece of meat is a mouthful bite. Just sprinkle with some salt and their thai fish sauce to enhance the fresh fish flavour.

Their signature mini hotpot is one of a deal hunter where it is filled with squid, tiger prawns, eggs, thai roast pork, scallops, clamps just for RM 39.90 only. Below it, is filled with chef special made noodle.

Thai Otah Otah Seafood is also one of their specialty @ RM 25.50

If you love Thai Street food, then one of the item some of you could have try before is the Thai Style Yong Taufu in their special red pinky red soup base. This is a very authentic pot. Love the soup base that carry some sourish, sweetness and a base that gels well with the ingredient in it.

Noodle to end the mini Tomyum Hotpot!

If you are a classic street food lover, then their signature Pork Leg Rice is must order! Braised in long hours to get the skin smooth, shinning and meat that near melt in your mouth is something you could not ask for an item out from Thailand. @ Set lunch set only at RM 12.90

Tomyum Seafood @ RM 29.90 &  Phad Thai is also good but their version is slightly sweet as Phad Thai varies from different region. It is like Char Koey Teow in Penang and KL is different. Personally, would consider this place as one of a better or best Thai Food in PJ.

**NON-Halal

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8.5/10, One of the better Thai Food – !! -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Pims & The Rama Thai Food
22 Jalan PJU 1/43A,
Aman Suria Damansara,
Petaling Jaya, 47301 Malaysia,
Selangor, Malaysia

Operating Hours:
Sunday – Thursday : 11.30am – 12Am (food last call 10pm)
Friday & Saturday : 11.30am – 1Am (food last call 10pm)

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I have not been to Bandar Puteri for quite a while and in this area it is indeed food heaven. If you head to another the side opposite Giant, that area now is pretty well known for steamboat or Puchong Steamboat zone. You will find variety of steamboat available here. One of the latest addition which is unique by its own is Ruk Mookata which is a Thai infusion steamboat. Ruk means love and translate to love Thai BBQ. Best of all this outlet is a buffet version and offering at RM 43.80nett for Eat all you can.

The main catch is – they are using classic charcoal steamboat bbq pit.

Guest will be given a glass of their Signature Thai Green Tea and I find it is pretty good. Milky enough and fragrant of green tea is mild is what exactly I tasted when I was in Bangkok.

Find it quite interesting for such a place that the seating space is quite spacious and they do have indoor and outdoor seating area.

Find that their offering is quite large too for such a price tag as ranging from drinks, to some solid food ready for you if you are too hungry which allow you to build some foundation in your stomach.

They have huge variety of frozen balls which I love it.

with fresh offerings like vegetable and others too.

Even I am surprise on the offering that they offer 2 types of prawns, 2 types of scallops and vareity of shell items which I think is worth it.

At the condiments counter, do ask for advise from the staff on the mixing as they do have their house special mix for meat bbq dip.

Also find it interesting as believe this would be the first Buffet place that offer Thai instant noodle as part of their offerings which is direct import from Thailand.

There are 2 soup base for this Thai BBQ Pit. One is their Original Clear soup base and also Tomyum Soup base. Clear soup base is indeed a great base to choose where it is not too salty, clear enough to add on with all the seafood that create strong solid taste after cooking a few rounds of the ingredients.

Tom yum soup base started of nice where it is sour enough to our liking as there are only a hint of spiciness. Ways to work on spicy is you can add in chili at the condiment counter. As the more you cook, the soup base will get sourish end. Was advise by the manager that we can add in clear soup as one of the option.

This is what we pick up for 4 of us.

These slice meat is not available at the forzen counter where you have to place order through a mini paper that is available at your table. Variety of meat seasoning is available from pork, lamb, chicken and beef. Bak Kua is da bomb as we add in another plate with additional RM 8.90 per plate. Worth it as it pairs well with our Chang Beer.

for classic meat, the manager teach us by dipping it through raw egg and bbq it on the top as it gives you the smoothness of texture. There are some customer liking it and there are not. For me I prefer it classic with their special dipping sauce, dip into it and bbq it on the top. Gives you a nice sourish taste and nicer aroma.

Soft drinks are additonal order and also it is from Thai along with their Ice cream too. Best choice is to hit their Lime Flavour.

This is the  mini docket that is place on your table for meat slices ordering and there are additional order. There are some ingredients which is addtional charges which we find it quite reasonable.

This place is only 2 weeks old and believe they have a few improvement to build up as we did speak to the manager where currently they are gathering feedback. For RM 43.80nett and kids RM 20nett , children below (100cm-140cm) eat for free. I find it quite a good bargain.

RUK MOOKATA – EAT ALL YOU CAN THAI BAR-B-Q @ BANDAR PUTERI, PUCHONG - YouTube

*NON-HALAL

Location:
Ruk Mookata
48, Jalan Puteri 2/2, Bandar Puteri,
47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia

Operating Hours:
Daily : 5pm – 12am

Tel: 03-8066 8882

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My best friend is craving for Thai food and this place was recommended by Bangsarbabe. Since the discovery of Moobaan Thai at Taman Desa, my friend had converted as one of their regular customer.  She at least visited this place twice a week.

Mooban Thai is a small eatery shop that serve quite near authentic Thai Street Food and also found out that the shop is run by a Penang kia.

Menu is rather straight forward where the options are pretty clear and price is very decent.

Pad Kra Prao Moo (Stir Fried Mince Pork with Thai Basil leaves) @ RM 15. Love the punch of flavours with wok hei and it is good. Generous portion too.

There are many versions of Phad Thai and this I quite like it. It is slightly on the moist side yet it is very fragrant. Love the aroma of the little mix of peanut and top with chili flakes just enhance the flavour of it. Reminds me one of a street hawker that I ate at Hatyai.

Tomyum Nankon @ RM 15 is filled with pork slices. Amount of meat in there is alot! and it is really alot! Slightly creamy on the soup base which gives you the aroma of the lemon grass, the Thai leaf and mild spiciness that pairs well with it.

Fried Kang Kung is normal as it is.

Gaeng Kiaw Wan Gai (Green Curry Chicken) @ RM 12. Love the creamy mild spicy green curry to my liking. Just a bowl of this curry and a big bowl of rice, I can just finish it all and will be a satisfying meal.

I have also tried their Boat noodle just at RM 6 and it is recommended too. Great stuff!

*NONHALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, great food and decently price. Recommended!.-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Moobaan Thai
No.15, Jalan Bukit Desa 5,
Taman Bukit Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur

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Thai Camp is one of a hidden joint in Taman Paramount that serve Authentic Thai Street Food. It is not that hard to locate the shop as the shop is facing the main road.

Lunch time here is pack with hungry hunters from offices around. Their menu is rather straight forward that offer mostly Thai Street Food.

Thai Ice Milk Tea (Cha Yen) @ RM 4.90

Thai Pork Satay (Moo Ping) @ RM 9

Fried Pork Pop (Moo Sab Tod) @ RM 8

This is one of the most unique street dish as Thai Camp Curry Noodle (Kao Soi Kai) @ RM 8.90 consider one of a dish that you should order. This is sort of like our Curry mee but in Thai Version. Filled with slightly tomyum base chili and mix of curry that is slightly creamy to give this taste very unique and add on their version of fried noodle with crispy texture.

Seafood Tomyum noodle @ RM 8.90. A decent mild spicy tomyum noodle.

Stir Fried Mince Pork + Holy Basil (Phad Ka Prao Moo) @ RM 8.90. Simple street dish that is fried with wok hei.

Special Pork Leg with Rice (Kao Ka Moo) @ RM 8.90. This is one of my favourite as with such a price, this is pretty good meal for lunch where pork is so soft and add on with salted veggie at the side is just perfect.

For such pricing and food quality, I certainly will be coming back.

*NON-HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, pretty good Thai Street Food.-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Thai Camp
37 Jalan 20/7
Taman Paramount
Petaling Jaya,
46300 Selangor

GPS: 3.109748, 101.626287

Tel: 012-345 1768

Hours: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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Put put put your hands up if you do not know whom is Sukiya. One of a famous buffet Japanese Sukiya cuisine which is also one of my favourite and now they have a new concept in place where they also offer eat all you can Buffet at BBQ Town for only RM 32.80 ++ during lunch and dinner RM 39.80++. Operating their first outlet which is not too far from us, that lcoated at the central location which is at Mid Valley.

here you go on their price rate and also its a Pork free restaurant that have attracted quite number of malay diners.

What can you expect in this buffet range. Similiar to Sukiya as they have their beef, lamb and chicken slices which is for you to hit onto upon request and Ala Carte is extra order for you to hit on.

Comfortable seating area

What can you find from at the food counter is variety of sides.

Some sauces for you to do pairing.

If you are too hungry while waiting for the food to cook, there are some mini sushi for you to down first.

Green tea or vanilla ice cream for you to cool off.

They have a mini guide for you on how to mix the sauce and also ways to cook it.

This is my special mix accordance to the picture illustrated. Pretty good though as I have 3 rounds of sauces.

Enjoying my mini thai bbq steamboat buffet.

Soup is pretty decent as they give you a jug .

Their chicken wings turns out to be not bad from ala carte menu. Worth to give it a try.

With the price and quality of it, indeed it is an buffet menu that have no harm in trying. I still prefer their original which is Sukiya. Still one of my all time favourite steamboat.

*Pork Free

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, love their food~ pretty alright for a bbq steamboat for such a price-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
BBQ Town
Level 2, Mid Valley Megamall, Kl
(next to Jusso entrance)

Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm

Tel: +60 3-2201 1236

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