A Wet Thai Cafe @ Taman Yulek, Cheras

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This was dunno how many N times I was here for the hot and spicy authentic Thai cuisine. I was here again with the makan kaki; to bid Sugar‘s farewell in last summer.



We started with the appetizer, Miang Kam (RM 12). With fresh Cha Plu leaves, we fold it intoo cone shape and filled up ingredients like granted coconut, shallots, unpeeled lime, roasted peanuts, dried shrimps, freshly chopped ginger, onions and finally pour over a little coconut palm sytup that has premixed with Thai fish sauce onto it.




Pork Green Curry (RM 16) was flavorful and creamy with pork strips in it.


Deep Fried Kangkung (RM 8) was the girl’s fave. Never forget to dip the crispy vege with the minced pork special sauce that enhance the flavour.


Deep Fried Chili Seafood (RM 20) was just okay.


The salted baked fish was not available on that night; we then had the frilled mackerel, the Saba (RM 30). It was smokey, burnt but fragrant with natural fresh sweetness of the fish.


Never not order Tom Yam when you visit to Thai Restaurant. Seafood Tom Yum (RM 20) that was served in the coconut was hot, sourish and spicy.


Thai Fried Rice (RM 7.30) served wit spicy minced pork.

Last but not least, desserts were something we craved for before ending our meal. The water chestnut with coconut milk was the best among three πŸ™‚





The Bean who was ‘stuck’ in Cardiff was represented by a Totoro Bean.


The guys


and the girls

Photos credited to Kampungboycitygal.com


Recently, I paid another visit with my family. There is something i need to share with you…



The Grilled pork’s Neck slices. With its dipping sauce, you get the extra Oppphmmmmm! Have a try on this. πŸ™‚

A Wet Thai Cafe
8, Jalan Kaskas,
Taman Cheras,
56100 Kuala Lumpur.

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23 thoughts on “A Wet Thai Cafe @ Taman Yulek, Cheras”

  • Been craving fr thai food! but this plc ahh..far for me..need a big group to go somemore then can staple many many stuffs!

  • I have been too long never go to Thai restaurant, kids can't really take spicy food, miss these kind of food lor.

  • thenomadgourmand,
    yayaya, that's why i like to go makan makan in groups. can try more stuff.

    aiks aiks, never mind, can ditch the kids but ajak hubby for thai food and pak tou as well πŸ™‚

  • simon seow,
    haha, the totoro is belonged to sugar πŸ™‚

    yeahhh, something great for the rainy day. πŸ™‚ but good also for sunny day to boost ur appetite πŸ™‚

    somewhere in singapore,
    hehee, come to KL πŸ™‚

  • wa.. never know got such place in yulek~~
    will give a try ~~
    i always tell my friends, if we dunno wat to eat see ai wei blog..haha
    btw at a fast glace, the name of the restaurant printed on the menu looks like Ai wei Restaurant

  • Wah, so long didn't have Mieam Kam already…
    Looks like a nice place for a meal.
    A Wet Thai Cafe sounds like Songkran festival to me. LOL!

  • KwongFei,
    got ar, this is near the Hao Kei there. have a try with ur gang. and do let me know how you guys find this. πŸ™‚
    hehe, many ppl said so and i do hope this restaurant is mind larrr… sadly, not…

    it's my fave and very very good lor. tender and chewy πŸ™‚

    mari mari sama sama pergi lagi. haha

    hi, welcome to my blog. πŸ™‚
    craving for mieng kam? doo drop by at any thai restaurant πŸ™‚

  • next aim will be the pig's neck! hehe. Will go check out Puchong's branch πŸ˜‰ dear… i wanna try out your area's Hong Kee

  • mimi,
    that is a must to try πŸ™‚

    hong kee hong kee, come come dear. when shall we do it harrr??? i wanna try them out with you guyssss πŸ™‚

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