Chili flakes and sour and spicy chili sauce. You can add in the chili flakes on your dish if you want the extra fiery sensation.
Firstly, youngest brother wanted a beef noodle soup set came with spring rolls at Rm 7.50. The portion of this was rather small. I can’t take beef, so I don’t know how it tasted.
Spring rolls with Thai chili sauce.
Brother opted for Spicy fettucini with minced chicken priced at Rm 5 per plate. The fetticini was very much like the kuey teow
, flat rice noodles. I must say that not everyone will like this noodle as there was very strong basil-leaves-taste in it but I am okay with the taste. Thai love to add basil
into their cooking.
My favourite, Mango salad priced at Rm 4 with lovely peanuts, chilies, garlics, fresh mango…… They have also papaya salad (tried last time) at the same price but the mango salad is much nicer than papaya salad.
Mum and I shared a huge plate of Fried rice with pineapple and raisin priced at Rm 6.5. This was nice with great wok hei
. It went extremely well with the additional of spicy and sour chili sauce.
This corner offers nice and cheap thai food. Just drive in here if you have a sudden of craving for thai food (but they don’t offer fully thai food. Just economic and cheap type). Hmmm… I think it’s time to savour a fine Thai food but it is very hard to find out Thai restaurant with good food in KL. Any recommendation?
These were the souvenir by dad from Langkawi (erm… I forced him to get chocolate for me XD) too bad that the weather in langkawi was very warm for that few days. Most of them have melted when I received on Tuesday morning. *Sob sob* nevermind, I will keep them in fridge and they will very soon disappear into my stomach. *keke* I have finished up a box of Jacali Belgium chocolate by myself. *fast*
Khao San kitchen
Level 2, Oasis Food Court,