Chung Thai @ Taman Cheras, Cheras
Located at the neighbourhood of Taman Cheras, Chung Thai is my favourite to go place for their Thai dishes. Although it has replaced the famous A Wet Thai Café , they still dish up really good Thai dishes that are ass-kicking and packed with punch. Priced pretty decent too as the portion is rather huge. The total bill came round at about Rm 210 including pandan water and white rice for the six adults.
Kerabu Mango (Rm 15)
As usual, a great appetiser to start. Sourish and appetising. How can one miss out this kerabu mango when dining in a Thai restaurant?!
Pandan Chicken (Rm 25 for 5 pcs)
Meaty with charred edges, aromatic with the pandan flavour.
Tom Yum Seafood Soup (Rm 20)
Packed with flavours from the sea essence, sourish and quite ass-kicking. Gulps, I was actually drooling when writing and looking back on this photo.
House Specialty BBQ Pork Neck Meat (Rm 33 for 250gram)
The must have! My all-time must order if to dine in there. The grilled pork neck was packed with its special chewiness characteristic, tender and succulent.
Not to mention, the soul character of their grilled dish – the Thai style dipping sauce ! simply appetizing and ass-kicking, you will go wanting for more even though it is spicy.
Thai Style BBQ Cockles (Rm 22)
Thai Steamed Lemon Sotong (Rm 45 – about 300 gram)
Another signature cooking style of theirs which is really lip-smacking good. I couldn’t stop myself from spooning up the lemon-y hot broth; the sotong was very fresh too!
You can opt for fish, prawn or sotong to be made with this Thai Steamed Lemon style.
Thai Fried Brinjal (Rm 17)
Thai Fried Kang Kung (Rm 17)
8, Jalan Kaskas 3, Taman Cheras
56100 Kuala Lumpur.
Lunch: 10.30am to 3pm
Dinner: 5.30pm to 11pm