28 May 2009

THAI FOOD FAIR

YOU DON'T HAVE TO TRAVEL ALL THE WAY TO THAILAND TO EAT THAI FOOD!!!
I'm sure most of you agree with this statement. Now, you don't even have to plan a trip or spend money on air ticket to Thailand to indulge Thai delicacies.
For those of you who crave for cheap and delicious Thai food (excluding exquisite Thai Restaurant), head to Selayang Mall (ground floor) or The Store, Pandah Indah (entrance). Every thing is ... RM5.. per order la!!!

If you happen to be in any of this shopping mall , do drop by at the stall and 'look see, look see' at the various mouth watering food (whether got any flies or other insect 'savouring the food') and most importantly, the person who prepares the food (whether he/she is 'tooth picking' or 'digging nose' ). This annoying behaviour can been seen when there is lesser/no customer. But rest assured, the seller usually wear disposal plastic hand glove when preparing food .
The good thing is the food are serves using DISPOSAL styrofoam bowl/box, wood chopstick, plastic spoon and fork. SO, it's still safe and clean to eat la!!!
When order food or pay bill , do speak in Bahasa Malaysia cos' most of them are unable to understand English la!!!

THAI MANGO PULUT WITH COCONUT MILK /'SANTAN'

This dessert is kinda of too sweet for my liking due to 'too' much pandan 'santan'. However, the steamed glutinous rice (plain and pandan leave flavour) was moist and soft. Mango was sweet and juicy. Blend well with this dessert. LIKE LA!!!
TOM YAM NOODLES
There are few types of noodles available to suit your taste buds namely 'lai fun', bee hoon, mee & koay teow. I opted for 'lai fun' commonly served in Assam Laksa and it was good. The soup tasted like ' Maggi Tom Yam bee hoon'. This bowl of noodle came with two fresh prawns (medium size), rings of white cuttlefish/'sotong', cut crabsticks, slices of fish ball and 'kang kong' vegetables. GOOD LA!!!

FRIED SHRIMPS
The shrimps are tasty but not crunchy (don't be fool by the pic), maybe they added lots of MSG. Overall, SO, SO LA!

7 comments:

  1. thanks for dropping by. keep it up, will come back often for your updates.

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  2. Great to find y our blog! food looks so delish! we like sweet? wish we had something like that in our malls? best, s

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  3. A Thai fair sounds wonderful! How fun to try all these delicious eats! Please keep in touch!

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  4. Hi!
    Chialat.... 10Q! Ur name chialat is very 'u lat'...u must be Hokkien, then:-)

    s.stockwell...Tks for dropping by. In Malaysia, you can find lots of sweet desserts... you'll love it:-)

    5 Star Foodie... TQ. Surely, we'll keep in touch:-)

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