Thai Restaurants in Malaysia – 311 Restaurants
The Thai restaurant was dimly lit and along with pretty candles that created an idealistic and dreamy atmosphere, we find it romantic :) Suitable for an evening party catered for conversations! Tables were adorned with daisies and glasses wrapped up beautifully with banana leafs. Elephant icons such as paintings and toys were also found smartening up the place. They only serve set lunch for lunch time and ala carte only for dinner.
cecilia_qianqian posted misscawaii.blogspot.com 46 ReviewsExceptional
Totally fall in love with Thai food after visit here. Everything they are prepare definitely good. Will be come back again!
The foods were cooked by authentic Thai chef. During the review, we ordered almost 90% of their dishes and all taste really good. The environment also gives you the feel you are dining at home.
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 213 Reviews
Something interesting and special for a chicken dish this was a Lemongrass Chicken with well roasted marinated chicken with a mixture of lemongrass.
Rustic, simple ambience, fairly fresh seafood, decent prices
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 141 ReviewsExceptional
Do you like Thai style BBQ seafood which is hot and spicy? If yes, then this is the right place for you. Nong and Jimmy Thai Seafood BBQ is located at a humble housing area at Taman Cahaya, Ampang. The roadside stall not well decorate but the food serve here is really a thumb up even a lot claim they already not as good as last time.
email2me posted www.foodpoi.com 675 Reviews
No one can rival them in prepare authentic Thai desserts. Most of them were prepared upon order and if possible, they prefer to use all Thai authentic ingredients. This will maintain the original taste of the dessert without being spoiled on its taste due to using localized ingredients.
Experience the award-winning fine Thai cuisine in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. We serve authentic yet innovative fine Thai cuisine while we seek to preserve the best old-age natural Thai flavours and traditions.
vkeong posted www.vkeong.com 506 Reviews
Rama V’s signature Steamed White Snapper Fish in Lime Juice & Chili Sauce @ RM60 had to be the best dish we ordered that night.
A restaurant that offers good ambience and authentic Thai cuisine.
low.b.leong posted foodbin.blogspot.com 444 Reviews
The place is huge with a sprawling car park, a gated vegetable garden, a pondok, artificial stream with fishes by the side of the restaurant, water fountain decorated with flowering plants and shrubs with the grand and majestic restaurant at the far end.
Amarin means "Heaven" in Thai, inspired from a land known for softness in its language and greatness in food. Amarin Heavenly Thai belongs to the same chain restaurant as Bangkok Jam, The Old SIAM, Siam Square, Good Evening Bangkok, Garage and etc. (total of 12 restaurant under the Sea Cuisine company)
dropsofcontentment posted dropsofcontentment.blogspot.com 144 Reviews
So, even after all these years, Amarin Heavenly Thai still remains a regular fixture in our Thai food directory; some place we have yet to be disappointed.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 29 ReviewsSuperb
Teluk Kumbar Khuntai is a big restaurant with indoor and outdoor sitting areas together with big parking lot. Khuntai has great experience in serving authentic Thai cuisine, their experience earn them good reputation and grow their business to a total of 4 restaurant now, 2 in Penang and 2 in Petaling Jaya.
Bar BQ Plaza is a franchise originated from Bangkok and recently they opened their first outlet in Malaysia, specialising in steamboat and grilling.
summerkid posted summerkid123.blogspot.com 235 Reviews
Their persistence in serving a selection of high quality meats and fresh vegetables with specially prepared sauce to accompany the meal has made them successful in getting a large crowd queuing for a place to dine in there, especially during peak hour.
I was looking for a good meal to treat myself yesterday and walked past Chakri and saw their "best Tom Yam in Town" poster. I was attracted but I went and surveyed other restaurants. I then decided I will go for Chakri because I had a good meal there some years back. Boy was I sorry I did! The place is too dark for my liking, and it feels like they are trying to save on electricity rather than to create a cosy ambience. Secondly I ordered a tiger prawn tom yam and a green curry beef. They later came back and said the green curry was not available. WHAAaatttt???!! Which self-respecting Thai restaurant can run out of a staple of green curry? It's just paste!!!! So i changed to red curry beef. The tom yam came and immediately I wasn't impressed. There's no proper soup spoon, and the prawn was not fresh (grainy and mushy texture, not springy). And definitely over-cooked. Taste was average only, nowhere near the best in town. Then the real shocker of the night: the rice! It wasn't Thai fragrance rice!!!!!!!!##^$#%$##%$#@ I just can't believe it! Chakri Palace in KLCC??????? Not only did they not serve fragrant rice, the rice they gave me was fantastically poor in quality!! The red curry tasted quite good but the beef was hard and tough as cardboard. My bill came to RM70+ in all, a truly expensive meal for close to a seriously sub-standard meal. If they didn't advertise their special chefs and brag about their food at the doorway, perhaps I'd have given another star reluctantly. Those who give this place a positive review either have poor taste buds, don't care much about good food or are not familiar with the high quality of Thai food available in KL. I'm a local Chinese-Malaysian who loves Thai food an I think it's a disgrace what these folks are putting out!