BBQ Thai – Thai Street Food @ Old Klang Road

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I am pretty sick with this kind of hot and stuffy weather which can suddenly rain in any second. This kind of weather makes me craving for something hot, sourish and spicy. Hence, Thai food is the one that comes into my mind.

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BBQ Thai – Thai Street Food

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Located strategically at Old Klang Road, this is no frills Thai restaurant that serves quite an affordable tantalising Thai food. As the name of the restaurant itself stated as Thai Street Food, so do not expect too much for some upper class ambience. This place is decorated in a unique way and it reminds me of Plearnwan in Hua Hin. Pretty vintage-y. There are decors like Tuk-Tuk and old school bike, also postbox too. You can opt to sit at the open-air area or the indoor with air-condition (which are the colourful wooden huts). But do note that reservation is needed for indoor dining or else you may need to queue for some times to get seats in the little wooden hut.

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Papaya Salad (Rm 15)
This was really spicy till we couldn’t handle it. But still, we finished it till last bite and sweated out last drop.

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Seafood Tom Yum (Rm 20)
A very classic clear, spicy, sourish soup that is infused with the fragrant lemongrass, chilli, galangal, lime leaves, shallots, lime juice and loaded with seafood like fish, squids, prawns, clams and etc. Not the very best tom yum I have had so far, but it was considered quite a sincere dish.

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Thai BBQ Pork Neck (Rm 28)
Very well marinated and grilled to perfection. The meat remained succulent and tender and best to go with green chilli dip that served along with the bbq meat. Pretty addictive!

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Pandan Chicken (Rm 18)
The chicken meats were very well marinated and wrapped up with pandan leaves and then deep fried. The pandan chickens were bursting with flavours and infused with the aromatic scent from the pandan leaves. Best dish after the BBQ Pork Neck.

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Stir-fried Paku Pakis with Belacan (Rm 13)

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A sweet ending after the hot and fiery stuff and this is great for sharing. Tub Tim Krab (Rm 7) was loaded with red rubies water chestnus and jackfruits and drenched with sinful coconut milk on a bed of shredded ice. This lovely sweet ending helped to wash away overloaded spiciness.

BBQ Thai – Thai Street Food
17 Lorong Jugra,
Off Batu 3 1/4,
Jalan Klang Lama,
58000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 7981 9888
Business hours: 5pm to 1am

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