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Thursday, April 14, 2016

10 restaurants for tasty Thai curries in KL and Selangor - EatDrink





This week, Thailand marks Songkran, the traditional new year known internationally for its much-heralded water festival. Right here in Malaysia, you can spice up the Songkran season with a visit to one of these Thai restaurants that showcase a selection of curries worth celebrating.

1. Kompassion II, TTDI

13. Kompassion II - beef panang curry
Kompassion II spotlights the innovative curries of Chef Nikom ‘Kom’ Uatthong – succulent grilled beef panang curry, layered with dragonfruit and other tropical fruits; double-cooked, fall-off-the-bone lamb shank hang laey curry; and a lobster-avocado green curry that’s irresistibly luscious.
Read review: Kompassion II at TTDI
Find: Contact details and map for Kompassion II

2. Tiffin’s By Chef Korn, Mid Valley

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A lovely pork green curry served in a tiffin carrier captures the soulfulness of classic Thai flavours, imbued with the integrity of Chef Trakool ‘Korn’ Yodsuk’s own experience of being brought up on the honest, home-nurtured cooking of the people of Chanthaburi province.
Find: Contact details and map for Tiffin’s by Chef Korn

3. Thai Camp, Petaling Jaya

13. Spicy panang pork curry
For a satisfactory single-plate lunch or dinner that costs under RM10, Thai Camp promises temptations like mildly spicy panang pork curry with rice.
Find: Contact details and map for Thai Camp

4. Rak Somtam, Kota Damansara

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Thumbs up for Rak Somtam’s Chiang Mai-inspired pork belly curry, a rich recipe with voluptuous chunks of meat in mildly tangy gravy laced with lemongrass and other potently fragrant elements.
Find: Contact details and map for Rak Somtam

5. Riverboat, Taman Desa

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Riverboat’s ‘kaeng som’ is a gently sweet-sour tamarind curry with prawns and omelette slices that has us compulsively slurping up each steaming-hot spoonful.
Find: Contact details and map for Riverboat

6. Thai By Thai, Petaling Jaya

2. Thai by Thai - khao soi gai
Thai By Thai’s chef Nok hails from Chiang Mai, so the top temptation here is her city’s beloved khao soi gai, a mix of vermicelli and crispy noodles with a chicken drumstick and shallots in a light but satisfyingly fragrant curry.
Find: Contact details and map for Thai by Thai

7. My Elephant

duck lychees
A long-time crowd-pleaser, My Elephant’s roast duck curry with fruits is a creamy concoction anchored by bountiful slices of tender meat.
Find: Contact details and map for My Elephant

8. Erawan, Kota Damansara

Cockle curry with bettle leaves
Cockle curry with betel leaves – this dish alone would make Erawan worth visiting. Creamy and flavoursome, packed with succulent cockles. Note that this offering needs to be ordered in advance and is subject to availability.
Find: Contact details and map for Erawan

9. Chang Thai, Old Klang Road

2. Chang Thai - Yellow curry with prawns
Chang Thai offers hearty helpings of yellow curry with prawns, green curry with chicken, massaman curry with beef, panang curry with lamb shank and red curry with roast duck.
Find: Contact details and map for Chang Thai

10. Sen Of Thai, Damansara Uptown

3. Sen of Thai - fusion pasta with duck and green curry
Try a Thai curry in a fusion fashion here, in a pasta with slivers of duck in green curry sauce.
Find: Contact details and map for Sen of Thai


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