Thai-born Anne Kanyapat helms this new casual venue that seeks to reflect the full-on flavours of her northeastern heritage.

1. The Krua 2. The Krua

Porky

Specialities include an aromatic house-made pork sausage (RM15) and classic Isan green papaya salad with fish sauce (RM12). If you’re a fan of traditional braised pork leg, this is worthwhile – tender and fatty, with light, pleasing herbal nuances (RM35).

3. The Krua - housemade pork sausage 4. The Krua - papaya salad with fish sauce 5. The Krua - braised prok leg 6. The Krua - braised pork leg 7. The Krua - braised pork leg

An extensive menu

The menu is extensive, comprising some 80 recipes, from stir-fries like preserved eggs with minced pork and holy basil (RM25; rather on the greasy side) to curries like panang pork (RM25; a bit more fiery than expected – The Krua isn’t scared of spices).

8. The Krua - stir fried preserved eggs with minced pork 9. The Krua - panang pork curry

Set meals are available too; a steamed rice platter with some catfish and egg, plus a butterfly pea flower beverage, costs RM15.

10. The Krua - steamed rice platter with catfish and egg

Desserts

Warm, satisfying desserts include a lovely, creamy-soft pumpkin wedge with a smooth centre of coconut milk and egg custard (RM8) & taro balls with young coconut in coconut cream (RM8). All in all, there’s potential for The Krua to be a destination for fans of fuss-free Thai authenticity.

11. The Krua - pumpkin with coconut milk and egg custard 12. The Krua - taro balls with young coconut cream 13. The Krua 14. The Krua

Location & Details

The Krua

14, Jalan 19/36, Section 19, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Same row as Mungo Jerry.

Daily, 10am-10pm.

Tel: 012-303-5679

Find: View The Krua’s directory here

2 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Kanyapat Rattanaart April 2, 2016 Subscriber

    Hey Sean … Thanks for gracing our KruA and for the great comments you made about our restaurant. Please do come again and The KruaMaster will cook you something spectacular that’s not in our menu

  2. Benjamin Ong March 28, 2016 Subscriber

    Serene Yap this the one you referring to? Sounds pricey for thai food.

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