Thai Restaurants in Petaling Jaya – 75 Restaurants
pamela_ybc posted www.malaysianfoodie.com 997 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
Its similar to the boat noodles concept but this one, with those authentic Thai fllavor and truly yum with the chilli dipping sauce.
posted www.malaysianflavours.com 550 Reviews
Thai Style Pork Slices RM8.90 We recommended Thai Style Pork Slices – A bowlful of boiled pork slices topped with plenty of chilli and garlic, drizzles of lime juices. Spicy and sourish concoction, flavouring up the surprisingly tender and not tough-and-dry meat.
Cafe 9 brings you a cozy environment with the friendly staff.
Anfieldyee posted anfieldyee.blogspot.comSuperb
The food has been constantly review from time to time to suits Malaysian's taste bud, and at the same time retain its original taste. The owner was kind enough to check on each and every customer to make sure they have a great dining experience. Overall, Good food and awesome service that I'll definitely come back again!
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.
low.b.leong posted foodbin.blogspot.com 474 Reviews
Fast and friendly service and good tasty food.
Bar BQ Plaza is a franchise originated from Bangkok and recently they opened their first outlet in Malaysia, specialising in steamboat and grilling.
Went there for Father's Day dinner, and since I have a big family, we were placed at the corner with a bigger table. About 5 minutes to getting settled down, a baby cockroach showed up. We are Malaysians and don't like conflict, so we closed one eye. Soon, even more came and it was after the 5th or 6th cockroach that crawled on the table, we requested to move. Baby cockroaches can only mean that there are eggs in the wall or the creaks. If this were Australia or any other western country, the government would shut the place down. I really hope they do something about it and the worker did look quite embarrassed. Otherwise, food was good and I would go back, as long as we don't get seated in the corner again.
Economical Thai Restaurant with good variety
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsExceptional
Rak Thai serves delicious and authenthic Thai food at affordable prices. It is located on the lower ground floor of Amcorp Mall. The restaurant shows Thai concept interior and quite pack during lunch hour
Pas De Nom posted chillout-soulout-freakout.blogspot.com 470 Reviews
Apart of that, their service is top class and very attentive. These are all come with a price. The price is very expensive! Too expensive for a Thai restaurant. So it is really come to a question which is would you willing to pay for more for a food?
Offering the authentic Thai cuisine, the restaurant brings you with the great choices of Thai Delights where you can have a chance to savour the 4 regions of Thailands includes Southern, Northern, Northeastern, and Central Region.
posted www.taufulou.com 672 Reviews
Start off with their Tom Yum Goong which has 2 levels and I was advise to try out level one instead of 2. @ RM 18. The first sip is awesome where it is pack with flavours. As you sip along, your tears will be flowing as the spiciness starts to kicks in. It is indeed spicy and I thought of going to Level 2. Love the soup texture which is slightly thicker than normal, creamy and best of all, it has the spicy sourish balance. – Recommended.
There is a place in PJ State, that in recent days has become a popular destination for those seeking good food, at an afordable price, and provides a wide range of choices.
YouHadYourLunch posted youhadyourlunch.blogspot.com 208 Reviews
The food was fresh, the taste was satisfying and the choice was remarkable. Plus it had a kick-ass name – not bad for a mid-week supper.
Kompassion at Damansara Kim, a Non-Halal fusion Thai food restaurant.
Reasons to visit: Comfort food in a comfortable setting at comfortable prices. The really good news is that the menu is so extensive that you can keep going back again and again, safe in the knowledge that you’ll get a simply delicious meal every time. It’ll be like coming home.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsGood
Soi 19 Thai Steamboat & BBQ located at Jalan Gasing and just a few blocks away from Khuntai Thai Restaurant. Soi 19 serve original Thai style BBQ (Thai Mookata) and steamboat (Jim Jum). Thai Mookata originated from Chiang Mai. Unlike our local steamboat, the hot pot sits on a trough burning charcoal which grills or steams the ingredients. It is similar to Bar B Q Plaza which used electronic stove.