I just got back from Thailand recently.
All I could say is that,
their Thai food taste there is just too awesome!
Due to that,
even I've gotten back from there,
I'm still missing all those food eaten there.
That got me thinking,
could I get any similar Thai food in nearby area?
Their aim is to spread the taste of classic Thailand's street food.
I went during their offpeak hour around 3pm in the afternoon,
the crowd could be much more during their lunch hour & dinner hour.
They decorated their interior with vintage style of Bangkok.
Added pictures of Bangkok streets on the wall of the shop.
I wonder are they advertising from them?
First street food,
As the temperature consider hotter than usual countries,
this dessert is very popular around the streets of Thailand especially in the afternoon.
They are basically grass jelly along with crashed ice serving with Thai red sugar.
The Thai red sugar is very unique as it looks like brown sugar as you can see from the picture but it didn't taste as sweet.
Second street food,
Thai milk tea.
It caught my attention when I see the tea is orange.
At first I didn't dare to try this due to it's color but after trying it, I couldn't stop sucking it.
They serve in big cups that could serve for two person together.
The taste of it is similar to our Malaysian tea but it's a little sweeter than the usual.
In Thailand, when I tried in several shops, it tasted too sweet as they've added a lot of sugar in it but here, everything is just fine.
Third street food,
Thai Basil Minced Pork
Their taste I would say is close to the taste in Thailand.
The dish comes with stir fried thai basil minced pork & also a freshly fried sunny egg.
A closer look of it.
Can't wait to eat again next time.
But take note, the portion is a bit small for big eater,
so if you're feeling greedy, go ahead and order another dish.
Forth street food,
Thai pork noodle.
It is a must try dish in their shop as this is the number one signature dish. It is an authentic classic pork noodle in Thailand where the owner was inspired from the street of Chonburi.
Despite small in portion, the taste itself gives a reason for another bowl.
They have friend onion, spring onion, fish balls, minced pork, fried fu chok, fish cake
and also pork meat.
The taste comes directly from the boiling of all meats together, as no further seasonings required unless you seek for stronger taste.
If you love spicy, add some chilli flakes into it, it will make you go high. hahaha.
Their usual sidekicks,
where they have chilli flakes (top left), sugar (top right), soya sause (bottom left) - quite salty compared to our local's, and also green chilli (bottom right).
Address: 25, Jalan 21/11a, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
And with that, it pretty much sums up everything. Thank you for your time reading!! :D