This month, the city welcomes Alexis’ little sister, Isabel, reviving the space that was once synonymous with Mesui Road’s Palate Palette.
Thai Hou Sek strives to immerse us in the sights, scents and sensations of Bangkok’s streets, blending what’s time-honoured with what’s trendy
Cave Art Lounge offers a nightly all-you-can-guzzle selection of more than 10 wines.
Fans of authentic Thai fare in Subang Jaya have a new destination that deserves to become a frequent top choice: Boran Classic Thai Street Food has spread here from PJ’s Seapark, launching its second outpost in SS14, serving up soul food by Chonburi-born Donut and her Malaysian husband Yang in a setting that’s loaded with colour and character.
Aroi Mak Mak does a decent job at conveying clean, clear Thai flavours, imbued with ingredients that taste respectably fresh and nuanced.
Thonglor’s take on cuisine from our northern neighbour is meant to convey crowd-pleasing comfort
Thai noodle and rice platters make up the menu at Meksiam – have the former salad-style, with kerabu or som tam, while the latter might be fried up with belacan and soy sauce chicken, conveying the tangy, tongue-tingling dynamics that are the hallmark of Thai cooking.
This Thai vegetarian restaurant offers enough to entice – the deep-fried ‘pomfret’ is strikingly shaped…
Eat Drink Thai’s signature attraction is its steaming seafood pot – a whole barramundi, plus…
Fa Ying Street, a new venue that strives to bring the sultry sizzle and spice of Bangkok’s captivating cooking to Malaysians in Subang
This post is brought to you by FoodZania, on the third floor of Sungei Wang Plaza.…
The Malaysian branch of Thai fashion-meets-food brand, Greyhound Café, has launched its ‘Festive Lover’ Menu, which is available until 31 January 2017.
Tigerlily tackles Thai crowd-pleasers in a cheery contemporary setting, shepherded by a family who’ve infused their personal touch to this venue and its name.
Kaiju is powered by a hybrid of mainly Japanese and Thai gastronomic inspirations, unleashed under the spectacle of a 30-metre origami dragon that’s lit up like a lantern after sundown.
A welcome sanctuary from the cosmopolitan bustle, furnishing a slice of serenity for the frazzled urban soul