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
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.
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 to resemble
Eat Drink Thai's signature attraction is its steaming seafood pot - a whole barramundi, plus a substantial serving
Fa Ying Street, a new venue that strives to bring the sultry sizzle and spice of Bangkok's captivating cooking to Malaysians in Subang
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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.