Thai Restaurants in Malaysia – 290 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.
For a safe Thai option that is suitable for meals with friends or dates, we would recommend myElephant as the right choice!posted www.dropsofcontentment.com 174 Reviews
Simple decor (a bit like Delicious). The food though were fantastic.
sister brought 4 of us to try this restaurant for the first time. by looking at what others were having at nearby tables was enough to say to myself 'love at first sight'. we had nasi kerabu, nasi lemak, honey squid and grilled chicken and 6 sticks of beef satay. what a treat !! before long , we ordered another 6 sticks of beef satay. all dishes were fabulous and beyond our expectation. everything was finger licking good. asked a customer on my way out how the lamb shank was. his answer ' it is not good but VERY GOOD !!!!! " oh dear, this is another place i must visit whenever i visit KL. Serai , keep up the standard and you will see me again and again.posted
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.
Rama V’s signature Steamed White Snapper Fish in Lime Juice & Chili Sauce @ RM60 had to be the best dish we ordered that night.posted www.vkeong.com 504 Reviews
Bar BQ Plaza is a franchise originated from Bangkok and recently they opened their first outlet in Malaysia, specialising in steamboat and grilling.
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.posted summerkid123.blogspot.com 256 Reviews
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.
My favourites were the green papaya salad, (the green papaya is fried to a crisp, accompanied by a lovely rojak-ish kind of sauce), the prawns in a very special bud that I've never had before.posted fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com 196 Reviews
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.posted www.tasteiest.com 26 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.posted www.foodpoi.com 654 Reviews
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)
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.posted dropsofcontentment.blogspot.com 174 Reviews
It is like Old Town White Coffee setup in Thai Style.
Dear Bangkok Wasbe Mgmt, To cut it short, I walked out of your restaurant, after being bitterly disappointed by my experience this evening. I hope you feel good paying Groupon your 25-30% as I took my RM38 back. For those of you who have the time to read this I strongly suggest you do before they take my comment down. I have made a screenshot of this and this is going on every food blog I know and can comment on. If you are intending to finds place for a really authentic Thai experience, I suggest you look elsewhere as this has to top my list of the WORST thai experience of my life. We had placed a reservation for 2, intending to be pleasantly surprised as many of those who have purchased their Groupon vouchers. Instead, we were made to wait over an hour, plus more, for something even as simple as a Sontam salad. If your slogan is anything to go by, you are definitely not inspired by MY hospitality as I would have been more attentive to the people I host. Having read many reviews, I shall not doubt that you food maybe good, but that in itself, is not an authentic Thai experience as many may say. Instead, it is the direct opposite of what I would have experienced in my journeys to Thailand. I was not attended to at all, not being asked if we needed anything while we waited, feeling parched and rather famished from a long day. After having a look around, I believe that your front of house staff are very much akin to headless chickens, RUNNING around the restaurant with little or no direction from any form of a managerial figure, or lack thereof. As for your kitchen, much remains unchanged from the front of house. I took a sneak peek of your kitchen, albeit your staff felt uneasy by my actions, and I do not blame them. Your kitchen is WELL equipped, with sufficient cooks, about just as many as your front of house, but are not able to sort out their orders and served tables in the wrong order, making many customers wait unnecessarily and causing much tension between customers and your front of house staff. Overall, very disappointed by this experience, but who knows, you may succeed in the future,but unless you sort this out. I can only wish you the best of luck into days times, especially when I have much better places to go to such as Absolute Thai, Bangkok Jam, Good Evening Bangkok, Basil, Thai Thai, Flying Chillies, Amarin Heavenly Thai and Just Thai, just to name a few. You see the correlation and no,I do not work for them or are related to them in any way. My profile's here for all to see and you will find that i am as independent an opinion as there ever will be in this topic. You have gems for staff members, they handled what they could with little direction and especially your bar-man, who did his job with both efficiency and effectiveness to get drinks and handled much of the role of a cashier. You need a manger, someone to expedite orders. Who better than to have the owners do that? But I suppose you are only there when the press and media arrive annit? Here's to wishing you the best of luck. You'll need it because as owners of a restaurant that may have the recipe for success, you have just been the weakest link for long term growth. Luck, by the way, is more than a lucky logo representing 'Chang' and a lotus leaf. All the best.posted