Thai Restaurants in Malaysia – 359 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.
PureGlutton posted pureglutton.com 129 Reviews
I couldn’t resist the Plah Nung Manow (RM58), a steamed whole seabass doused with My Elephant’s signature chilli, garlic and lime dressing. The flavours were enticingly sharp and incredibly appetising.
enqvist posted www.tasteiest.com 160 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.
Rustic, simple ambience, fairly fresh seafood, decent prices
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 158 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.
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.
fatboybakes posted fatboyrecipes.blogspot.com 229 Reviews
I have to say I love the Thai desserts at Rama V. They're delightfully elegant, and not overly sweet. My favourite is their arduosly laboriously made lup chup, but there was none 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.
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 980 Reviews
Serai Platter (RM 25). The fluffy white rice which is infussed with the lemongrass brought us with the aromatic blend. Served together with the h honey squid, fresh acar, juicy fried chicken, and oxtail asam pedas. It’s so delicious and the blend is such a heaven. The chicken is well marinated and it’s meat is juicy and tender
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 709 Reviews
Something interesting and special for a chicken dish this was a Lemongrass Chicken with well roasted marinated chicken with a mixture of lemongrass.
Fa-Ying by Rama V is a new concept restaurant from the multi award-winning Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine. Kuala Lumpur’s connoisseurs of fine Thai cuisine are now presenting a new modern style of enjoying Thai food in a casual chic setting.
Firelyamber posted carelesslittlehamster.com 93 Reviews
If you’re looking for a stronger green curry cake (I don’t know who would want to..), I suggest you order a separate green curry and dip the cake in it ! LOL. I’m just kiddin’..
Authentic temptations from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam beckon. From subtle, delicately flavoured delights to distinctive dishes unique to their country of origin, you’ll find dishes created by the royal family and those authentically from the humble homes of farmers. Prepared by award-winning Chef Somkhuan Wandee and presented in a fine-dining style, our serving style hence carries an interesting fusion of traditional cuisine and modern dining. The ambience is simply enchanting. Tamarind Springs is in a time and place of its very own.
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 447 Reviews
Perfect place for any occasion and you will definitely feel relaxed and chilled here. Therefore, the price of the food will be very expensive. So do not be surprised. Their dessert session is really a disappointment. They really have to think for some other special desserts to replace those out of stocks. Seriously, Mango Platter for RM24.00++ is really absurd.
The restaurant, Tree Monkey, was thus born on 30 July 2010, which name was prompted by the nearby free roaming dusky leaf monkeys.
chryshijing posted chryshijing.blogspot.com.au 39 ReviewsSuperb
I really liked the outdoor dining area, as in addition to the scenic ocean view, it felt as though we were treetop dining. A few months down the road on another trip up to the island, I brought some friends here, too.