• Where To EatIndochinese

    Khunthai Authentic Thai Restaurant

    by Ali on Mon, July 24, 2017

    Khuntai literally means “Thai People” and they came from north of the border bringing authentic Thai dishes and recipes. Now Khuntai has several branches in Malaysia. The one I visited in Cheras has a nice ambiance with a fish…  More »

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    Pormtip Thai Restaurant

    by Edwan S. on Thu, May 28, 2015

    Let's get this straight: KL has no shortage of Thai restaurants, nuh-uh. Everywhere you look you'll see some variation of a Thai restaurant. High end, mid-end, your neighbourhood kedai tom yum. To put it simply, if you want Thai food…  More »

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    Lai Thai

    by The Charlie on Mon, August 26, 2013

    First up: my current absolute favourite thing to eat in the universe, their hot and sour spicy noodles. Since their menu is either in Thai or English (none of that romanised Thai for you!), I'm going to go ahead and assume the soup…  More »

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    Thai Asam Fish

    by Acacia Daud on Mon, May 06, 2013

    The best way to experience Thai Asam Fish is by ordering a number of side dishes to be served with plain rice, though the menu also offers individual dishes such as fried meals. The portions are presented on a scale of Small, Medium,…  More »

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    Surisit - The Thai Kopitiam

    by The Charlie on Mon, May 28, 2012

    The quiet end of Taman Tun has been getting plenty of love in recent years. Pubs are plentiful, our beloved coffee joint Artisan has moved there, and it being pretty near the FC office is a bonus! Joining the fold about a year ago,…  More »

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    Sawadee 88

    by Li Ann on Wed, February 03, 2010

    Folks, set aside your presumptions, I certainly did when I headed off for Jalan 5 off Jln Chan Sow Lin. With China Press on my right I hunted for the grimy landmark along a small river. Voila, the rubbish heap next to Sg Kerayong is…  More »

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    Planter Jim’s

    by Aurora J. on Sat, December 12, 2009

    You know a restaurant pulls out all the stops when you have your individual pots for steamboat. If you are feel icky about sharing the communal one, then Planter Jim’s in Bangsar’s famed Telawi area is the place to go. The owners…  More »

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    Chun Buri Restaurant

    by Keeta B. on Fri, March 20, 2009

    Move over Vicchuda, the glory days of the humble Kelantanese-Thai restaurant are back! These small unobtrusive 'tom-yam' shops seemed to prosper long before the age of the 'MAMAK', with humble premises but quality food. Alas! Today's…  More »

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    Sao Nam

    by The Foodster on Sun, September 07, 2008

    It was one of those rainy Sunday nights where most of the usual hawkers were closed. Hankering for something different, we arrived at Sao Nam with images of sour, sweet dishes in our heads. Nothing like rain to awaken hunger in the…  More »

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    Restoran Ayuthai

    by The Foodster on Sat, March 22, 2008

    As Malaysians, we all enjoy the usual Thai fare. But after awhile you realise that most Thai dishes loose its zing(!) when it arrives in Malaysia. However, ever so often you will find a place that still has its Thai roots in place…  More »

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    Hawina Tomyam

    by The Foodster on Sat, February 23, 2008

    Good food can be found in the most unlikely places. Especially in places that have been around for ages but you are not too sure how the food is like there. Well, Hawina is tucked in one of those improbable places. Its appearance might…  More »

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    Phở H

    by The Foodster on Fri, February 01, 2008

    Nestled behind all the glorified franchises of many, lies this quaint looking noodle shop. The first few minutes upon finding it will be spent making funny faces in trying to figure out how to pronounce the names of the dishes. It…  More »