Famous thai restaurant in kl: Top 10 Best Thai Cuisine in KL

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15 Thai restaurants to try in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor

Malaysia’s northern neighbour has seen its cuisine skyrocket in global popularity in the last few years. So it would only be logical to see some great places to get tom yum, pad thai and the like here in Malaysia – they do share a lot of ingredients and a geographic border, after all. Here are our picks for places to try Thai in the Klang Valley:

1. Erawan in Kota Damansara

Cockle curry with bettle leaves

Generally regarded as the best Thai restaurant in the Klang Valley, Erawan features a plethora of recipes rarely available elsewhere. For instance, instead of the standard pandan chicken, Erawan offers a pandan wrapped salmon instead. Try the creamy and flavoursome curry, packed with possibly a hundred succulent cockles.

Read review: Erawan at Dataran Sunway
Find: Contact details and map for Erawan

2. Thai Camp at Taman Paramount

Khao soi kai

Run by a young couple, this casual joint offers good Thai food such as hot snacks and single-bowl meals at fair prices; nearly everything on the menu currently costs below RM10, with no service charge or additional taxes. This is one of the Klang Valley’s few Thai eateries where you can indulge in Chiang Mai-inspired khao soi kai.

Read review: Thai Camp at Taman Paramount: 2016 menu
Find: Contact details and map for Thai Camp

3. Tiffin’s by Chef Korn at Mid Valley

Pandan chicken

Tiffin’s strives to capture the soulfulness of classic flavours and breathe fresh life into them, imbued with the integrity of Chef Trakool ‘Korn’ Yodsuk’s own experience of being brought up on the honest, home-nurtured cooking of the people of Chanthaburi province.

Read review: Tiffin’s by Chef Korn: 2016 Menu
Find: Contact details and map for Tiffin’s by Chef Korn

4. Boran Classic Thai Street Food at Seapark, PJ

Grilled pork neck

Run by husband-and-wife team, Yang and Donut, this place aims to channel a sense of Thailand’s charm through its street grub; this casual spot serves soul food inspired by Donut’s home province of Chonburi. Yong and Donut have crafted a compact menu of fairly priced, fulfilling meals such as this grilled pork neck.

Read review: Boran Classic Thai Street Food at Seapark
Find: Contact details and map for Boran Classic Thai Street Food

5. Ekkamai at Damansara Heights

Chicken & beef skewers

Helmed by the F&B veterans behind The Social, El Meson & Estilo, and swathed in sultry shadows, Ekkamai celebrates traditional Thai cuisine with a modern flair with dishes like chicken and beef skewers that are grilled in a Josper charcoal ovenand served with sweet sauce and massaman peanut sauce.

Read review: Ekkamai at Batai, Damansara Heights
Find: Contact details and map for Ekkamai Thai Kitchen & Bar

6. Mango Chili Thai Café at Nexus, Bangsar

Pad Thai ghai

This likable eatery dishes out a hearty helping of social consciousness to complement its tasty Thai temptations; Mango Chili collaborates with charities to contribute meals to underprivileged children and other communities each time customers eat here. Being the Malaysian member of Bangkok’s well-known COCA & Mango Tree F&B family; there’s enough expertise here to create crowd-pleasing recipes.

Read review: Mango Chili Thai Cafe at Nexus Bangsar
Find: Contact details and map for Mango Chili Thai Cafe

7. My Elephant at Sri Hartamas

Fried chicken

The cult of Thai cuisine is setting the suburbs on fire, with five outlets around the Klang Valley, all serving up tasty Thai fare, including crowd-pleasers such as their duck and lychee curry.

Find: Contact details and map for My Elephant (Sri Hartamas)

8. Rak Somtam at Kota Damansara

Shredded papaya salad

Helmed by a Malaysian restaurateur and his Thai wife, here you’ll find terrific Thai temptations that tickle the taste buds and linger in the memory including one of the most satisfying shredded papaya salads we’ve tasted in the Klang Valley.

Read review: Rak Somtam Urban Thai Eatery Kota Damansara
Find: Contact details and map for Rak Somtam

9. Moobaan Thai at Taman Desa

Tom yam clear soup kuey teow

Moobaan Thai offers a promising mix of crowd-pleasing classics in prices that won’t hurt the wallet, with a kitchen helmed by a chef from Chiang Rai. The setting is pleasantly cheerful and colourful, showcasing pieces that Moobaan Thai’s Malaysian founders purchased from Bangkok’s Chatuchak weekend market.

Read review: Moobaan Thai at Taman Desa
Find: Contact details and map for Moobaan Thai

10. Kompassion at Damansara Kim

Linguine, pad Thai style

Thai temptations take on tantalizingly triumphant twists at Kompassion to showcase the swoon-worthy skills of chef Nikom “Kom” Uatthong on a unique menu of the most inventive contemporary Thai cooking around.

Find: Contact details and map for Kompassion

11. Riverboat at Taman Desa

Salt-crusted tilapia

Malaysian founder Louis once vowed to his Thai wife Prinyanut that they would someday run their own restaurant that specialises in the cuisine of her homeland. Well, Riverboat represents a promise fulfilled as it has swiftly earned a reputation in Taman Desa and beyond for honest cooking that strives to do justice to Prinyanut’s heritage.

Read review: Riverboat at Taman Desa
Find: Contact details and map for Riverboat

12. Go Thai at SS2 PJ

Khao kha moo

Specialising Thai street fair, Go Thai is a simple, spacious set-up, flaunting a few colourful flourishes but maintaining the focus on the food. This Malaysian-owned outlet with an all-Thai, all-smiles kitchen team prepare soulful dishes like the tender ‘khao kha moo’ – stewed pork trotters with rice and duck egg.

Read review:

 Go Thai at SS2 PJ
Find: Contact details and map for Go Thai

13. Boat Noodle

Thai fruit salad

With outlets around the Klang Valley, Boat Noodle offers promising Thai street snacks in a trendy, casual setting. In a broth of your choice, this snack-sized noodle soups was an instant hit, delivering punchy and tasty flavours.

Read review: 2015 menu: Boat Noodle
Find: Contact details and map for Boat Noodle

14. Lobbee Thai Connection at Empire Damansara

Seafood tom yum noodle bowl

Tucked on a secluded corner of Empire Damansara, this casual restaurant spearheaded by brothers Aiden & Adrian whips up fun fare to tempt fans of Thai flavours as the brothers seek to recreate the food they love best from the Land of Smiles.

Read review: Lobbee Thai Connection at Empire Damansara
Find: Contact details and map for Lobbee Thai Connection

15. B2B Burns 2 Bottles at Solaris Mont Kiara

Braised lamb shank with red curry

This place fires up the imagination with a crowd-pleasing collection of sharing plates at sensible prices; it’s the kind of place you might bring your entire family or an ensemble of friends who want to go beyond green curries.

Read review: B2B Burns 2 Bottles at Solaris Mont Kiara
Find: Contact details and map for B2B Burns to Bottles

8 best Thai restaurants in KL

Malaysians are no strangers to Thai cuisine since it hails from our neighbouring country. In fact, its punchy balance of sweet, salty, sour and spicy is so well-loved that many Thai dishes are served in local restaurants. 

But a closer look at the cuisine reveals that Thai food is regional, with a marked distinction between the North and South. The North, being closer to Laos and Burma tends to dish up spicier fare. Popular dishes from this region ranges from the kow soy, in which noodles are served soaked in a delicious curry broth as well as larb, a meat-based salad that comes with a medley of fresh herbs, shallots and a fresh squeeze of lime. 

The South meanwhile, is known for its deep flavour intensity. This includes thicker tom yum soups containing coconut milk and garlic, along with spicy sauces like nam prik, the equivalent of our sambal belacan. One iconic dish that the south is most known for is also massaman curry, said to be of Malay and Indian influence where spices like star anise, cinnamon and cardamom is used unlike in northern and central Thai curries.

So whether or not you’re a fan of Thai food, most would find something to enjoy. Heading out to a Thai restaurant for a group lunch or a date night would hence be a safe bet. But where should you go? We’ve scoured eight of KL’s best Thai restaurants for you.

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Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine

Opened two decades ago, Rama V is considered the first Thai fine dining restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Just last year, the restaurant underwent a makeover, turning it into a fanciful glass pavilion that can host up to 300 persons. Dig in to their signature dishes such as the Chor Ladda (flower-shaped dumpling stuffed with minced sweet radish), crispy duck with tamarind sauce, and the river prawn tom yam in young coconut soup.

Rama V, No. 5 Jalan U Thant, Off Jalan Tun Razak, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, +603 2143 2663

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Erawan Classic Thai & Fusion

Run by two Thai brothers, Erawan’s food is so authentically Thai that eating it would make you feel like you’re transported to Thailand. What’s more, the chefs also serve up a fusion of Thai and Western cuisines. Expect exquisite dishes such as grilled steak with Thai sauces and basil leaves, and also pandan salmon instead of the usual pandan chicken. 

Erawan, Lot L1-17 & L1-18, First Floor, Damansara City Mall, Plaza DC, Damansara City, No.  6, Jalan Damanlela, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, +603 2788 4180

Kompassion Damansara Kim is the brainchild of Chef Nikom Uatthong, a Chiang Rai-born chef. The most popular dishes here are pork-based like pork satay and Balinese-inspired suckling pig. The executive chef recommends first timers to try their The Porky Platter, which includes suckling pig, pork belly, grilled pork and pork ribs, best shared with up to five people. If pork is not your thing, there’s also the Vietnamese smoked duck spring roll, pomelo salad with smoked duck, and standouts like the grilled fish fillet with miso paste. 

Kompassion, No. 5, Jalan SS20/11, Damansara Kim, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, +603 4881 3493

 

My Elephant is one of the most popular Thai eateries in KL. It has three outlets in Klang Valley that serve timeless authentic Thai food such as Tom Som (Thai aromatic herbal soup), snow fish (as pictured) and special homemade Tod Man Pla (spicy fish cake). Be sure to also order their popular Pandan Cooler drink, which has been the restaurant’s signature thirst quencher since 2007.

My Elephant, No. 20-G1, Jalan Sri Hartamas 8, Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, +60 362010649

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Moobaan Thai at Taman Desa

Moobaan Thai is a quaint two-year-old Thai restaurant whose name means Thai village. Driven by their love for Thai food, founders Joe Koh and James Thian uses top quality ingredients in their best-selling dishes. Think along the lines of Pad Kra Prao Moo (stir fried minced pork cooked with Thai holy basil), Gaeng Kiaw Wan Gai (chicken green curry-pictured), and the Tom Yam Nam Kon (a creamy tom yam soup cooked with lemongrass, chili paste, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, evaporated milk and served with a garnish of Thai parsley).

Moobaan Thai Food, 15, Jalan Bukit Desa 5, Taman Bukit Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 58100 Kuala Lumpur, +603 2858 5623

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Tiffin’s by Chef Korn

Tiffin’s by Chef Korn is named after metallic tiffin carriers, or otherwise known as mangkuk tingkat. Ala carte dishes are served in these compartments, such as the tender pork knuckle (stewed for 4 hours topped with homemade preserved vegetable, kalian and egg) and the Fireball (deep fried minced pork salad with ground roasted rice, ground roasted dried chilli, spring onion, coriander and shallot served together with fresh vegetables). On top of that, its village-like interiors lends the experience of dining in a Thai home. 

Tiffin’s by Chef Korn, T-068 & 069, 3rd Floor Mezzanine, North Court, Mid Valley Megamall, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, +603 22017368

Photo by @gourmethunterkl

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Surisit Thai Kopitiam

Opened in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail back in 2011, Surisit Thai Kopitiam is the first kopitiam-style Thai restaurant in Malaysia. The chefs are from Phuket, so expect an intensity in their signature fried chicken (chicken wing stuffed with chicken and shrimp) and catfish mango salad. Those working in TTDI, can keep their eyes peeled for the weekday set lunches, which includes a main course and one drink.

Surisit Thai Kopitiam, No.17 Grd Floor, Lorong Rahim Kajai 13, Taman Tun Dr Ismail,, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, +603 77100173

Known by some as ‘mee sampan’, boat noodles are served in little bowls and originated in the floating market of Ayutthaya. The dish is made famous by Boat Noodle, which came to Malaysia in 2014 and now has 26 outlets across the nation. Because of its small size, people are known to order up to a dozen each visit. It’s no big deal for most as the noodles’ two main sauces are remarkably tasty: Ayutthaya (creamy dark broth intensely flavoured with no less than 10 herbs) and Pathumtani (dark soy sauce derived broth, sour and spicy). 

Boat Noodle, Lot 30-A, Level G3, Publika Shopping Gallery, Solaris Dutamas, Jalan Damansara 1, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, +6014 6445287

18 Best Thai Restaurants In KL That Will Leave A Smile On Your Face

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While Thai dishes can be found at almost every corner in Malaysia, getting to experience the authentic Thai cuisine and ambience will practically have you digging for a needle in a haystack. All the Thai foods lovers, look no further as we have compiled for you a list of the 10 best Thai restaurants around Malaysia. Satisfy your cravings and hunt them down now!

 

1. myElephant

 

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This contemporary Thai restaurant is on everyone’s list of favourite eateries for many reasons. myElephant executes Thai cooking to perfection, especially the enticing aroma of its signature roast duck curry with fruit (Gaeng Phet Yaeng). Apart from the curry, snow fish and deep-fried chicken strips are also popular among diners.

The serene décor compliments the overall experience in a way that resembles the warmth of family dinners we all long for. myElephant outlets are located away from the bustling malls so you can get the best out of your Thai food exploration in a relaxing atmosphere. At lunch time, you can get a set lunch for just RM9.90 which includes a main and a fresh pandan drink.

Check out their website here for a list of outlet locations.

 

2. Boat Noodle

 

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A ubiquitous dish at Thailand’s waterway snack stalls, single-gulp bowls of noodles were brought into Malaysia under the flagship of Boat Noodle restaurant and it has certainly become a big hit among Thai foodies. Even after a year since the opening of their first outlet, people are still queuing up for these tiny bowls of noodles.

Expect to get the full aromatic flavour of all the ingredients including chicken ball or beef slices in gravy soup, crispy bean sprouts and coriander in one slurp. Let the burst of flavourful Thai cuisine satisfy your taste buds to the max for as low as RM1.90 per bowl. Also, don’t forget to round up your Thai adventure with their special fresh pandan-coconut dessert.

Address: G3A Heritage Lane, Empire Damansara, Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya 60000
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Website: Here

 

3. Rama V Fine Thai Cuisine

 

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Rama V Fine Thai has been around for a decade now and its regulars can never stop craving for their signature dishes – tom yam coconut soup with prawns (Tom Yam Kung Mae Nam) and dumpling stuffed with minced chicken and sprinkle of peanuts (Chor Ladda) among others.

Situated in the midst of a lush garden, the ambience at Rama V alone is almost enough to warrant a visit.

Address: 5 Jalan U-Thant, Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +603 2143 2428 / +603 2143 2663
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 3pm & 6.30pm to 11pm
Website: Here

 

4. Nong & Jimmy Thai BBQ Seafood

 

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It is such a shame if one visits Nong & Jimmy without trying out its heart-warming Tom Yam soup. The dish is served in a clay pot with a great chunks of prawns and mushrooms, squid and other signature tom yam ingredients. Imagine sipping a spoon of spicy hot soup that could burn the roof of your mouth, in a satisfying way of course, and warm up your soul on rainy days. What a life!

Set in an open Ampang neighbourhood area, this restaurant doesn’t offer much of a fancy scenery but the food is undoubtedly a rich Thai experience.

Address: Lot 27363, Jalan Cahaya 1, Taman Cahaya, Ampang, Selangor
Contact No.: +60 16-756 8058
Opening hours: Tues to Sunday from 6pm to 11pm
Website: Here

 

5. Erawan Classic Thai & Fusion

 

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If you’re looking to mix things up with some Thai fusion, then Erawan is the place for you. This Thai owned restaurant with authentic tastes of Thai fresh ingredients will leave you wondering whether you’re still in Malaysia. You will surely get your money’s worth with these array of uniquely fused Thai gourmets.

Ranging from Pomelo to crispy papaya salads, these appetizers are just the beginning of the fusion dishes you’ll see on the menu. A must try are their famous curry dishes. What sets this restaurant apart from the rest is its many creations of Thai and Western cuisines combined. Well, have you ever tried a grilled steak with Thai strong flavour sauces and basil leaves?

Savouring heaven in your mouth while drifting in the delightful ambiance of the vintage Thailand is probably one of the best experiences that you will get here at Erawan.

Address: 22-1, Jalan PJU 5/16, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara, Selangor
Contact No.: + 603-614-123-93
Opening hours: Friday to Sunday 12pm to 3pm & Tuesday to Sunday 6pm to 10.30pm (Closed on Monday)
Website: Here

 

6. Chang Thai Restaurant

 

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This newly opened restaurant is surprisingly popular among other Thai eateries. Its authentication (while ensuring the spiciness level is tolerable) will have you falling in love with the country itself. The restaurant offers the best of Thai culinary arts with tom yam soup, green curry, Thai fish cake and steamed fish being the top dishes that are must-try. The portion of the food here deserves a big thumbs up! You get to savour the classical gastronomic taste of Thailand to the fullest on a minimum budget.

Address: Valenza Hotel & Café, Lot 118, Batu 3, Jalan Klang Lama, 58100 Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +60 3-7972 6100
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2.30pm & 6pm to 10pm
Website: Here

 

7. Tiffin’s by Chef Korn

 

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Take a trip down to the villages of Thailand with the ‘magic-maker’ of Erawan – Chef Korn Yodsuk’s family recipes at Tiffin’s. While Erawan focuses on the modern culinary arts, Tiffin is adored for its hominess in every dish, hence why the authentication of Thai home cook foods is unbeatable.

Do try out their famous minced pork balls (Fire Balls). The sensational combination of tangy deep fried pork meat seasoned with chilli, shallots, spring onions and coriander served with Thai fresh salad will woo you to foodgasm! For a complete Thai experience, add on to your dining menu their signature clear tom yam soup, grilled pork neck and quench your thirst with special Thai milk tea.

Address: Third Floor (North Court), Mid Valley Megamall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +60 3-2201 7368
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website: Here

 

8. Kompassion

 

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With the reputation of Chef Nikom Uatthong – the former food consultant and executive chef at myElephant, this restaurant soon gained its popularity among Thai eateries. While still ensuring the authentication of Thai cuisines, Kompassion won even the most demanding food critics with its menu of aesthetically presented and flavoursome foods that will satisfy every bit of your taste buds.

Thai cuisine is known for the use of spices and herbs to create the combination of an appetizing and scrumptious meal. So start off with their signature Pucuk Paku Salad – a mixed of fresh fern shoots, light-sweet young coconut, shrimp and a bundle of capsicum and subtly seasoned minced pork. Continue with the must-have tangy curry served with white rice or brown rice to produce an unbeatable flavour of Thailand’s quintessence.

Once your palate is aroused, satisfy your cravings with the restaurant’s famous darling crab if you long for a seafood treat, or traditional Thai pineapple fried rice along with tom yam clay pot and tantalizing green curry.

Address: 5, Jalan SS20/11, Damansara Kim, Petaling Jaya
Contact No.: +604-881 3493
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 10:30pm
Website: Here

 

9. Lai Thai Market

 

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Not fancy a fine-dining Thai experience? Well, we have found a true hidden treasure of the real Thai street foods for you! Lai Thai market, as spoken from its name, is where Thai immigrants and even chefs of other Thai restaurants find their ingredients, spices and other products imported from Thailand. Tucked away in a small shop lot at Section 17, this restaurant is the perfect place for a quick authentic Thai meal.

The dishes here are the most common Thai foods so it’s hard to go wrong regardless of what you order. Do try out their Kao Ka Moo (Pork leg with rice) and be wood with its harmonised seasoning of spices and the tenderness of pork meat and half of full-boiled egg then tossed with pieces of coriander.

Address: AG-3, Block A, Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13, Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Contact No.: +60 4-218 9141
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Website: Here

 

10. Vicchuda Tom Yam

 

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What makes this restaurant an unforgettable sojourn for Thai food lovers is its signature clear tom yam soup and other street foods that are famous to the Thai locals. Vicchuda offers authentic tastes of the true Thai hawker stalls and the total cost for a decent meal is way cheaper than dining in the top famous Thai restaurants. Even though the restaurant doesn’t offer an exceptional atmosphere, its tom yam campur will still do wonders. A single slurp of the delightful spicy hot soup and a mouthful of fresh peeled prawns, squids mixed with the sweet and sour taste of tomato make the perfect harmony, especially when eating with rice. Be prepared for a strong kick from its spiciness!

Address: 24, Jalan SS21/35, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Contact No.: +603-7722-3481

 

11. Surisit Thai Kopitiam

 

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Surisit Thai Kopitiam is truly a hidden gem. It is the first Thai kopitiam in the area and offers the most authentic home-style Thai food you can get in a comfortable and clean kopitiam ambience. The food quality here can even be compared to high-end Thai restaurants but at a price that wouldn’t break your wallet.

The must try here is their Tom Yam Soup which doesn’t just look gorgeous but has an extremely well balanced flavour – a little more sour than spicy with a tinge of sweetness.

Address: No. 17, Lorong Rahim Kajai 13, Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +60 3-7710 0173
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm & 6pm to 10.30pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am to 10.30pm
Website: Here

 

12. Thai Somtam Seafood

 

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The only place where you can get affordable and authentic Thai food in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Bukit Bintang, the heart of KL – Thai Somtam Seafood. Although located at an ‘atas’ area, don’t expect to get anything fancy other than food.

This place is famous amongst the Thai-locals and a well-kept secret, until now. People often come here eager to try their delicious Green Curry Soup. Other must tries include their Somtam (papaya salad) and Pla Nueng Ma Naw (steamed fish in lemon). Their menu offers seafood / chicken / beef / vegetarian dishes which is great for all customers! Be careful though, their dishes are known to be a tad too spicy even for Malaysians.

Address: 88, Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +60 3-2145 8458

 

13. BAAN 26 Bar and Restaurant

 

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Baan 26 directly translates to ‘House 26’. Come to Baan 26 to feel like you’ve stepped out of Malaysia and into Thailand. With its interesting concept of being a Thai bar and restaurant, it is a great place to catch up with friends or for celebrations. If you’re dressed down and have nowhere to go in Changkat but want to stay out late, here’s a place you can hang with your friends till 3 in the morning.

Other than their famous Tom Yam Soup, their Mieng Kam (Thai DIY salad) is a must try as it is the only Thai restaurant in KL which serves it!

Address: 26, Jalan Changkat Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +603-2142 8878
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 3am
Website: Here

 

14. Baan Nok Thai restaurant

 

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Originally just a grocery and sundries shop called Thai Market Front, it now also features an excellent Thai restaurant named Baan Nok Thai just above. The food here generally has more of a northern twist to it as the wife of the owner, also the cook, is from Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai.

What’s great here is the fresh ingredients which you get to personally pick and choose from the van for the your salads. What you do is you order your papaya and mango salad (highly recommended) from the lady at the van and head upstairs to make your other orders. If interested, you could try to stay and watch them make your salad but most likely, you’ll get ordered to go upstairs. The Pad Thai here is also ridiculously tasty.

Address: 43A, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/6b, Pandan Indah, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor
Contact No.: +603-4296 7525
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 3pm & 6pm to 12am

 

15. Veg Fish Farm Thai Restaurant

 

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Treat yourselves to fresh seafood cooked Thai-style surrounded by a spectacular ambience – away from the hustle and bustle and hazy air of KL at Veg Fish Farm Thai Restaurant. From just 30 tables, they now hold 800 tables on the floating platforms, so don’t worry about not getting a table at this popular eatery.

All of their seafood are of high quality and the variety is also quite impressive. If you’re tired of having normal prawns, go for their King Prawns! You can choose to have it in either milk or BBQ style. Another thing to note is that all of their vegetables are organically grown in their vegetable farm just 10 minutes away from the restaurant! Like most other places, the Tom Yam Soup here is also a must-have.

Address: KM 4, Jalan Ampang – Hulu Langat, 43100 Hulu Langat, Selangor
Contact No.: +60 19-260 6493
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 12am
Website: Here

 

16. Bangkok Tom Yam

 

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My family’s little secret is officially out (sorry, mum and dad). This little house you see is actually a restaurant, a really good Thai restaurant.

What’s most special here is not the Tom Yam (although very good), papaya salad or pad thai. What’s good here is their omelet. It is crunchy and soggy at all the right places, fried to perfection and to add on to that, consistent as well. The prices here are just a little more than average but it is worth it.

Address: 23, Jalan 2/23, 46000, PJ Old Town
Contact No.: +603-77824469; +6012-6171862
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 10 pm

 

17. Yen Wen Thai food

 

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Also one of the favourites of the locals in KL is Yee Wen Thai food restaurant. You know a Thai restaurant is serves authentic Thai food when the whole a family of Thai locals is managing it, even the staff are Thai. Communication here is a little difficult if you can only converse in English as most of them can only converse in Thai or Chinese. No problem though, sign language is welcomed!

I had Hor Mok (Thai style otak otak) for the first time here. It consist of a mix of fish fillets, shrimp, and squid, cooked in red curry paste and of course, coconut milk. It isn’t just served beautifully, the flavours of spices burst in your mouth. Another must try is their Mango Kerabu fish, simply deep fried till golden brown and crispy, topped with mango strips, onions, and chilli padi.

Address: Lot 01-3813, Jalan Helang Merah, 52100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +6016-272 8223
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm

 

18. BBQ Thai

 

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BBQ Thai serves traditional and modern Thai food that includes barbecue, street food, seafood and desserts, which is basically everything I know Thai food has to offer. The restaurant has an open air concept that is cosy and unpretentious. If you would like to dine in their air-conditioned room, you will have to make an early reservation and also will be required to spend a minimum amount.

They are popular for all the ‘bakar’ dishes – duck, salted thai talapia fish (must try!), chicken wing, pork neck (super juicy), anything you want they’ll probably have.

Address: 17, Lorong Jugra. Off Batu 3 ¼, Jalan Klang Lama, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Contact No.: +60 3-7981 9888
Opening hours: Sun to Sat 12pm to 12am
Website: Here

 

Thailicious experience

 

Explore the best of the Thai culinary arts to get to know why Thailand is called the land of smiles. As an old adage goes, “Good food, good life!”! Enlighten your ordinary meal with an infusion of Thai’s savoury dishes from these restaurants right now.

5 Best Places For Halal Thai Food In KL & Selangor

On days when you’re craving mango salads, pineapple fried rice and pad thai, let this list of halal Thai restaurants in KL and Selangor serve as your guide. From your classic tom yum goong to a refreshing Thai iced milk tea, transport yourself to Thailand with every bite of these delicious dishes. P.S. For halal Korean food, check out this list of halal Korean restaurants in Malaysia – we’ve got one for Singapore too right here!
1. Aroii Thai The variety of yummy dishes at Aroii Thai will put a smile on anyone’s face, especially since their lip-smacking delights are served in mini bowls. With a portion so small, you can enjoy tom yum glass noodle soup, classic pad thai, basil chicken with rice, green curry chicken with rice, omelette with minced chicken and more in one sitting. Note: The restaurant also has another outlet at Shaftsbury Square, Cyberjaya Halal status: All ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers Operating hours: Open daily; 11.30AM-9.30PM Address: Aroii Thai, Level LG.33, NU Sentral Mall, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, 50470 Kuala Lumpur Facebook | Instagram
2. The Original Boat Noodle   Anyone who’s missing a taste of Bangkok should treat themselves to a meal from The Original Boat Noodle. Their signature Boat Noodles are just RM2.20 per bowl and come in three delicious flavours. Pair with other items like their tasty bites (pandan wings, grilled chicken meatballs and Thai popeye’s tempura) or opt for a sweet drink. Halal status: As of June 2021, only four outlets are halal-certified by JAKIM. Address & opening hours: Click here for the full list
3. Thai Corner Fill your hungry stomachs with yummy Thai favourites from Thai Corner located in Petaling Jaya, New Town. Whether you’re satisfying your appetite with their pineapple fried rice or hot plate beef, you’re guaranteed a mouthwatering meal. Halal statusMuslim-owned Opening hours: Tue-Sun; 11AM-3PM, 5PM-9PM (closed on Mondays) Address: 4, Jalan Yong Shook Lin, PJ New Town, 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Contact: +603-7957 1588 Facebook | Instagram
4. Soi 55 Thai Kitchen When it comes to Thai food, Soi 55 Thai Kitchen does it right. The next time you’re looking to enjoy a Thai feast, look to them for all sorts of delectable dishes that come with a local twist such as deep fried tilapia with chili sauce and classic favourites like Thai green curry. Halal status:  Uses ingredients from halal-certified suppliers Address & contact: Click here for the full list (refer to the ‘about’ section) Facebook | Instagram
5. Thai2eat For those living in Subang, it’s more than likely that you’ve had a taste of Thai2eat. If not, this is your chance to give them a try! Offering flavourful dishes like fried fish in Thai tamarind sauce and sweet treats like mango sticky rice, there’s no need to look any further for your next meal. Halal statusHalal-certified Opening hours: Wed-Mon; 12.30PM-3PM, 5PM-9.30PM (closed on Tuesday) Address: No 32, Ground Floor, Jalan ss15/4 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Contact: +603-5611 1996 Facebook | Instagram

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Vegetarian Thai Food KL – Malai Thai Restaurant

Words: Nathaniel Jay
Photos: Monica Tindall

I love Thailand and I love just about everything Thai (so much so that even my wife is Thai). I’m always excited about trying new Thai restaurants in KL, longing to reconnect to those food memories of my second home. As such, I was happy that Mon invited me along to visit the new Malai Thai Restaurant inside Fraser Place, albeit with a twist.

Vegetarian Thai Food KL

Tucked away in the 10-page menu is an entire section dedicated to non-meat entrees. Knowing full well the challenge involved in creating plant-based Thai meals, this is an exciting vegetarian Thai food find.

Thai Drinks

Ordering the Watermelon Juice (RM15) at the start of the meal was a fantastic idea. The juice was fresh, fragrant and naturally sweet – no added sugar. A very pleasant surprise. Our other drink was the traditional Thai Iced Tea (RM12). Strong brewed Ceylon tea: seasoned with a bit of cardamom, star anise, orange blossom water and sweetened with sugar and condensed milk. The spice notes shine through with an orange wheel garnish.

Watermelon Juice and Thai Tea
Vegetarian Thai Food KL

There are no less than 10 vegetarian Thai food options (not including dessert) at Malai Thai and on this visit we got to well over half of them. Gaeng Keaw Waan Towhoo (RM18) was ushered to the table in a small black kettle on a wooden board decorated with fresh vegetables. The green, tofu curry was well balanced in flavor, providing enough heat from the chillies to stay true to the food but not overwhelming to those that are more sensitive to the spice. The color was beautiful and the aroma wafted high into the air.

Gaeng Keaw Waan Towhoo

Tao Hoo Tod (RM19) was a clever preparation of fried tofu satay and peanut sauce. While I love the imagination behind the dish, I felt the kitchen could do more to enhance the subtle flavors. The peanut sauce was chunky, mildly sweet and had a nice consistency.

Tao Hoo Tod

Tow Hoo Pad Tour Gnok (RM19) was a very mild dish, featuring stir-fried tofu and bean sprouts. The sauce was very light, playing a chorus on your tongue of salty, sour, sweet. The bean sprouts provide crunch. The tofu itself is crispy but still manages to act as a sponge for the sauce. This is a great item to eat alongside a spicier choice. This is high on my list of things to eat in Thailand.

Tow Hoo Pad Tour Gnok

Pad Krawpow Gai Phed is one of my most-loved Thai dishes (stir-fried chicken, hot basil leaves and extra chillies). I have a favorite auntie shop near Sukhumvit 107 in Bangkok that I go to whenever I’m in town. This was the first time though to try Tow Hoo Pad Krapaw (RM19), the vegetarian version. Tofu was the star of the show here and I really enjoyed the familiarity of the seasonings. The fried basil leaves had a bit of a chewy texture much like a wilted mustard green or Swiss chard. I would recommend this dish to everyone.

Lab Het (RM18), spicy mushroom salad, was my absolute favorite recipe of the day! The sauce is sweet, sour, salty and spicy. The humble mushroom is completely transformed by this dish. The tender shimeji are paired (in typical Thai fashion) with some raw snake beans and green cabbage for contrasting texture. A few slices of cucumber and some basil leaves would have been a great touch.

Lab Het

Pad Thai Tow Hoo (RM22) or wide, fried rice noodles with tofu was another mild and satisfying option. This is another Thai recipe that I have never tried as a meat-free choice. The rice noodles were slightly chewy and have a slight tinge of flashed oil from the wok. The vegetables are crisp and bright in flavor. It is important to note that this is a dry stir fry presentation. Some people may be familiar with a similar recipe where the noodles are covered with a thick sauce. This one is great too! All the flavors soak into the noodles and the vegetables shine as individuals.

Pad Thai Tow Hoo
Vegetarian Thai Food KL – Dessert

Khao Niew Ma Muang (RM18) is a famous Thai dessert of sweet mango, sticky rice and sweetened coconut milk, garnished with a sprinkling of toasted sesame seeds. In Thailand, they look forward to the end of late April when the sweet mangoes come into season. When simple ingredients are the focus of a recipe, they need to be the best. Thai people have exact varieties of mango for specific recipes. The most common type used for mango sticky rice in Thailand, especially in the Isaan area, is mamuang nam dokmai which translates to flower water mango. This dish would do any Thai proud.

Khao Niew Ma Muang

Reasons to visit Malai Thai for vegetarian Thai food: an excellent vegetarian Thai food menu; tranquil setting; walkable within the city center but also valet parking and self-park options.

Malai Thai

Vegetarian Thai Food KL
Fraser Place, Lot 163, 10 Jalan Perak
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
www.malaithai.restaurant
+6 03 2181 2505
For group reservations and functions contact JoAnnA Chee CDD Hospitality at +6 011 1769 8233
Opening hours Malai Thai:
Monday to Saturday 12pm -10pm
Closed Sundays

Find Malai Thai’s regular menu here. 
Check out our other favourite restaurants in KL for meat-free dining here.

Top 5 Thai Street Food Joints in Kuala Lumpur

People ask us, where do you go for great Thai street food in KL? Well, we have five places that we frequent and love. Not just because the food is ultra spicy and tasty, but because of the humble set up and the authentic street food cooked by Thai residents in Malaysia. These are the closest dishes you will get to the thai street food, the sort you get in Thailand.

Here are our Top 5 Thai streetfood joints in KL:

1. Thai Somtam Seafood @ Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur

One of the best places for Thai street food in the bukit bintang area, is a small, unassuming restaurant on the top of the slope of Jalan Alor, called Thai Somtam Seafood. If you’re coming up the road from Changkat Bukit Bintang, it’s on your left, just after the lost cost hotel. If you turn right, you will enter Jalan Alor. The cook hails from Isaan Thailand, and the cooking is fantastic.

Thai food varies from region to region due to geography and history. In the West, most Thai restaurants serve Bangkok-style cuisine. The food of Isaan is famous for being very spicy and pungent, seasoned with fresh herbs and fermented fish (plah rah), featuring some of Thailand’s spiciest salads. The cuisine has more in common with that of Laos then the rest of Thailand, as Isan people historically have been influenced by their neighboring county’s culture and speak a dialect that is closely related to Laos.

Perhaps the most unusual feature of Isan food is their taste for water buffalo, and jungle creatures like rice-field beetles, geckos, lizards, frogs and sour red-ant eggs. Well we asked but they didn’t have that here;) Go for the Duck Noodles and the Tomyam Gung instead then. Both can be cathartically spicy so be sure to go armed with tissues, wet wipes and of course wear no more than T-shirt, shorts and flip-flops.

duck noodles – add your condiments.. I even add sugar to mine – you know they say, when in a Thai restaurant – do as the Thai’s!

succulent and meaty duck meat – not gamy at all

pad thai – a little on the moist side. Some places do it less wet

cathartic Tomyam Gung.. I found it just nice, but Cumi found it too spicy!

the cosy interior of Thai Somtam Seafood

Add:
Restoran Thai Somtam Seafood
88 Changkat Bukit Bintang
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
+603 2145 8458
Non-halal

2. Lai Thai Market (Frame Thai) @ Happy Mansion Section 17, PJ

The next place on our list, is Lai Thai in section 17, now called, Frame Thai. This cramped little space functions more as a trader’s shop, for selling Thai imported food stuff. However, the owners decided to place a couple of long tables and chairs and voila, it became a coffee shop restaurant. The place gets really cramped and hot, so be sure to arrive early if you want a seat. Also, it’s not always open for business so that’s a bit of a put off, arriving and finding that they are not selling for the day, but hey, when it is open, the food truly is remarkably good.

Go for the Mince Pork and Chilli (Lap Mu) and the Thai Papaya Salad (Somtam) here. It’s super spicy, packed and fragrant with herbs. The Lap Mu is crazy tasty with bits of minced pork, pork offal, cartilaginous piggy ears, and so spicy you’ll be clutching your throat in pain and pleasure. The Somtam you should go for is the one with fermented crabs – this has a darker look to it, with a strong fish and shrimp paste flavour. It stinks like belacan .. oo heaven!

the lighter pork noodles, for those who cannot take too much spiciness in their food

Lap Mu

The Lap Mu at Lai Thai is crazy spicy and can be eaten with sticky rice or normal white rice. We chose to eat it with our noodles because sticky rice is just too heavy. But the lap mu here is chunky, and I often see folks eating it with their hands -they take a chunk of sticky rice, and, using the sticky rice to cover the fingers, they grab a chunk of the minced pork, then stuff it in their mouths! Ah.. how heavenly. One day when I am carbo loading, I will try eating it like this!

Somtam with fermented crab

Green papaya spicy salad made from shredded unripe papaya. The dish combines the four main tastes of the local cuisine: sour lime, hot chili, salty, savory fish sauce, and sweetness added by palm sugar. The one to order at Lai Thai is the Somtam with fermented crab. Addictive, and pungent, you’ll find it hard to put down.

The ingredients are mixed and pounded in a mortar; the Thai name som tam literally translates as “sour pounded”. Despite the use of papaya, which one may think of as sweet, this salad is actually savory. When not yet ripe, papaya has a slightly tangy flavor. The texture is crisp and firm, sometimes to the point of crunchiness. It is this that allows the fruit to withstand being beaten in the mortar.

In Thailand, it is customary that a customer ask the preparer to make the dish suited to his or her tastes and it’s the same at Lai Thai. You can tell them more spicy, less spicy – I heard one lady say 3.5 times more spicy.. so go figure!

pad thai – the dry sort

money plant for good luck.. may it rain with good business!

Who would have thought that a quiet place like Happy Mansion would house such a terrific little thai restaurant?

Add:
Lai Thai Market (now Frame Thai)
AG-3, Block A
Happy Mansion
Jalan 17/13
Section 17
Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-7954 4688
Non halal

 

3.Baan Nok Thai Restaurant/ Thai Market Font @ Jalan Pandan Indah, KL

Baan Nok is a Thai restaurant located just above a thai gorcery shop called Thai Market Font, on Jalan Pandan Indah. The wife of Thai Market Font’s owner comes from Chiang Rai – she is the cook and the food here is awesome. This place is actually related to Lai Thai, so no wonder the cooking is so good. Of course Baan Nok/Thai Market Font came first – this place is way older than Lai Thai.

So what should you eat here? We love the somtam, the green curry, the tomyam gung.. and the thai desserts, though in all honesty, everything on the menu is good here. The somtam at Baan Nok is the lighter sort with loads of lime, sugar, groundnuts and makes it really good for the hot weather. There are grilled sausages, dried fish, all sorts of pickled vegetables, which you can select down stairs and even the somtam is made downstairs and sent up to the restaurant.

the Thai grocery store called Thai Market Font is situated in Pandan Indah. Baan Nok is upstairs

At the shop front, the lady prepares the Somtam and cuts up the sausages to be served upstairs

fabulous chicken green curry – thick and rich in fresh santan

somtam

Tomyam Gung – again mega spicy!

We love the Tako here. The tako is rich, decadent and filled with crunchy water chestnuts!

Add:
Restoran Baan Nok
43A, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/6B
Pandan Indah
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Non halal
 

4. Kolam 77, Restoran Sawadee 88 @ Jalan Chan Sow Lin, KL (Closed)

Kolam 77, fishing pond, Off Jalan Chan Sow Lin is another good place for cheap affordable Thai Street Food.

The Fishing Village that houses a nice little Thai restaurant

Thai pandan leaf chicken

Thai style otak-otak oozing seafood freshness and sweetness

Thai style steamed squid in chili hot, sweet and sour sauce. The mint leaves and basil made this dish phenomenally good

The Chef here hails from Chiang Mai with decades of experience in the kitchens of banquet restaurants and hotels in Thailand. Apparently all the ingredients except produce and meat are direct from Thailand. We like the food here. Excellent stuff.

 Add:
Kolam 77,
Restoran Sawadee 88,
Jalan 5, Off Jalan Chan Sow Lin,
Kuala Lumpur
Non-halal
 

 

5. Veg Fish Farm Thai Restaurant @ Hulu Langat 

This place is a little further off the beaten track, as it requires you to venture to KM4 in the Hulu Langat vicinity. Head towards Ampang, Hulu Langat and you will soon see the main-road, turn into a dust road.

Follow that road till you hit a clearing and Lo and behold, the huts.

At the entrance you will notice a couple of Thai folk busy preparing the seafood. From the cleaning to the BBQ-ing of Japanese snails, fish and crabs, you will see and hear a lot of activity going on.

The attraction for the kids here is mainly feeding of the fish

For a mere two bucks, parents can distract their kids long enough to finish their own lunches before another grubby, fat hand reaches out for yet another bag of fish feed.

Toddy and spicy seafood go together like lock and key. Nearly RM30 for a fish – tasty enough, but you can get that for twenty (or much less!) in KL. Also we opted for the ‘White’ tomyam, which was slightly bland and the only saving grace was the large number of prawns it came with.

The Japanese snails. I ate all of these single handedly, dunked in a generous amount of spicy thai sauce. It really knocked my socks off.


Fresh as hell crabs,


With buckets of pre-prepared marinade or smoking herbs?

Somewhere, mid-meal, a man fishing in his boat, fell into the fishing pond. All the people eating lunch clapped and cheered and waved at him. It was really very funny. Immensely entertaining.

Finally the tab tim grob for dessert. Cloyingly sweet, this is definitely more suited to Thai tastebuds.


Mung beans – guaranteed to make you a farting machine.


We steered clear of these, though they looked incredibly tempting.

Finally time to pay the bill and go. Of course what this place has going for it is the scenic, novel fish farm and they obviously capitalize on that. Come here for great ambiance, but be prepared to pay a premium for your Thai degustation!

And these, folks, are the Thai street food joints that we truly enjoy in KL… what are yours?

Add:
Veg Fish Farm Thai Restaurant,
KM4 Jalan Ampang
Hulu Langat, Ampang
Selangor
Tel: 012-286 8193/William, 019-260 6493/Eugene
Business hours: 11am to 11.30pm, daily
Pork free
 
 

9 Authentic Thai Street Food in Kuala Lumpur for a Satisfying Snack Time!

Fan of Thai food? Well, you don’t have to travel far just to taste the flavors of Thailand since there are myriad of Thai food spots in the country that offer ultimately delicious authentic Thai street food!

1. The Porki Society

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Quite obvious for its name, The Porki Society is the place to go if you’re craving for some porky dishes. Besides, this Thai food spot at Seapark is well known for its attractive Thai-style snacks platter, including pork skewers, grilled pork neck meat, skewers Thai Gou sausage, roast squid and Thailand pork balls. Find time to treat yourself a satisfying platter like this!

Location: 10, Jalan 21/19, Seapark, Seksyen 21, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Contact: 03-7865 5241

Hours: 12:00pm – 10:00pm

2. Boran – Classic Thai Street Food

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Want to savor authentic Thai food? Visit Boran, a Thai shop located in PJ Seapark where you can find and taste a wide range of snacks, like pork dishes, Thai milk tea and other mouthwatering food!

Location: 25g 21 / 11A, Seapark, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Contact: 03-7863 0681

Hours: 11:30am – 2:30pm; 5:30pm – 9:00pm

3. Yellow Thai Food Truck @ Jalan Vista Mutiara, Kepong

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This Thai food truck in Kepong can be easily seen for its bright yellow color. Here, you can enjoy authentic Thai Tomyam, and other Thai snacks including the popular Thai mango glutinous rice. However, this stall only has two or three tables for the customers.

Location: Jalan Vista Mutiara, Off Jalan Kepong, 52000, Kuala Lumpur

Hours: 2:00pm – 6:00pm; Closed on Sundays

4. Dope Alley

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Satisfy your Thai food cravings at Dope Alley, a Thai restaurant that provides street food and desserts, including green papaya salad, squid, pork skewers and more. Of course, they also serve Thai dinner dishes.

Location: Jalan SS15/4D, SS15, Subang Jaya, Selangor 47500

Contact: 011-1111 0714

Hours: 11:30am – 11:30pm

5. Go Thai Restaurant Malaysia

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If you want to eat delicious Thai food dishes and snacks, you’ve better wait since this Thai food spot is often crowded especially during lunch and dinner time. But, it’s worth the wait, you know.

Location: Atria Shopping Gallery, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Contact: 012-238 2306

Hours: 10:00am – 10:00pm

6. Din Tai Fung

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Find all kinds of pasta and snacks at this Thai food place located at The Gardens Mall, where large number of Thai food loving diners choose to eat here.

Location: LG-233, Lower Ground Floor, The Gardens Mall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-2202 2708

Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm

7. Restaurant Thai Somtam Seafood

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Another recommended Thai food spot in Kuala Lumpur where you can have a taste of a very spicy authentic Thai snacks!

Location: 88, Changkat Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact: 03-2145 8458

8. Frame Thai

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Frame Thai, formerly named Lai Thai Market, located in Section 17 sells Thai import food that are sure to fulfill you Thad food cravings.

Location: AG-3, Block A Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13, Section 17, Petaling Jaya

Contact: 03-7954 4688

9. Baan Nok Thai Restaurant

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This Thai food stall located in a Thai grocery store is also one of the best Thai places in Kuala Lumpur where you can solve your hunger on authentic Thai food. Be sure to visit this, foodies!

Location: 43A, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/6B, Pandan Indah, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

90,000 We celebrate Christmas and New Year in the Maldives! We celebrate Christmas and New Year in the Maldives! | TPG Ukraine

Hotel Dusit Thani, 5 * invites you to spend a fabulous Christmas vacation in the Maldives. The celebration program, as well as a special price offer, are in our material.

About Dusit Thani Hotel

Dusit Thani, 5 * is located on the island of Mudu Island in Baa Atoll. This is really a dream-place, where you really want to be on those days when the soul requires magic and a lot of impressions.Make a present for yourself – go to the paradise of the world towards 2018.

By the way, if you choose other dates – take advantage of the promotions – 50% discounts on accommodation, free transfer for children, surprises for newlyweds.

And if you don’t want to wait for the holidays – Dusit Thani offers you a discount on hotel accommodation until the end of the year.


Christmas Eve (24.12.2017.)

On the day before Christmas, many activities are planned for hotel guests to keep the festive atmosphere and spirit of Christmas alive.You are free to choose what interests you. For example:

Pool Party Party: Spend the day by the pool enjoying a variety of activities, drinks and snacks.

Christmas Eve at Sea Grill: The chef and his team will prepare delicious preparations for the gala dinner, which includes the traditional turkey, roast and appetizer as the main part of the table. At the vibrant festival, you can take part in culinary workshops and taste wonderful Christmas desserts, chocolates and a variety of sweets.

Live music at Sand Bar: Come and enjoy the sounds of our Cuban band and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Christmas and its various songs.

Restaurant The Market
Diners at The Market will start their day with an authentic celebration that spans the globe. This full buffet breakfast includes everything from Eastern to Western, complemented by a variety of fresh seasonal fruits and a classic selection of pastries.And every pre-holiday evening, all residents of Dusit Thani are invited here to sample interesting themed dinners in impeccable Maldivian style.

WORLDWIDE BBQ NIGHT Dec 23, 2017

Go on a food tour that combines delicacies from different cuisines of the world. The traditions of Eastern, Middle Eastern and European cuisines will be complemented by active entertainment and a wonderful atmosphere.

SPICE FRAGRANCES 25 & 30 December 2017

Immerse yourself in a mixture of scents that originate from the Indian subcontinent – from India and Sri Lanka.

MALDIVIAN FISHERMAN’S NIGHT 26 December 2017

Enjoy our local Bodu Beru performance and witness some of the locals preparing their food. The menu focuses on seafood and fish with an authentic Maldivian flavor.

THE STRAITS OF HORMUZ December 27, 2017

This gastronomic action fully reflects exotic tastes

The Middle East. The highlights of this themed night are roast lamb, saffron couscous, facet salad and Lebanese balela.

TASTE OF THE EAST 28 December 2017

The mysterious oriental world comes alive with a delicious buffet table prepared by award-winning chefs.

JUNGLE NIGHT 29 December 2017

Spend your evening in a breathtaking rainforest surrounded by vines, trees and jungle-themed decorations. The menu will feature a variety of hot dishes and grilled delicacies.


Benjarong Restaurant New Year’s Menu


Our renowned Benjarong Thai Restaurant serves authentic Royal Thai cuisine in a unique setting that blends contemporary style with traditional Thai designs.

With recipes that have been passed down for generations by Thai dancers, Benjarong will convey the finest scents and tastes from Thailand to the Maldives.

THAI SEAFOOD BUFFET 23 & 28 Dec 2017

Treat your family to unforgettable Thai seafood dishes that are juicy and delicious with ingredients. Indulge in a meal featuring freshly cooked lobster, shrimp, squid, tuna fillets and more.

THAI COOKING MASTER CLASSES

Put on your chef’s hat and discover your culinary talents as you learn the art of Thai cuisine from an experienced Thai chef. Innovation and enthusiasm will take on new meaning as you learn, cook and enjoy Thai delicacies at lunchtime.

Entertainment program
Eat, drink and have fun this holiday season, Maldivian style! Join us for fun daily activities and evening entertainment at the resort.Enjoy cocktails by the beach, delicious food prepared by our talented chefs, live music and special events. Visit paradise this Christmas!

Pool Party: Enjoy a variety of activities, refreshing drinks and delicious snacks by the pool in a fun atmosphere.

Live Music: Enjoy the holiday sounds of our inner band from Havana and Cuba.

White Party December 23, 2017: Dress in white clothes and join our fun White Party at Market Beach with DJs, hookah, live music and vibrant atmosphere.

Wine tasting in the lagoon December 26, 2017: Experience the taste of great wines as you plunge into the turquoise Maldivian waters and watch the sunset.

FINTASTIC NIGHT December 27, 2017: Feel enticing with our delicious seafood buffet? Enjoy a variety of quality seafood from fresh lobster, fish, squid and shrimp to choose from. Together with our gracious Thai hospitality, we will provide you with an unforgettable experience!

Champagne Dinner December 28, 2017 at SEA GRILL Restaurant: Bubbles galore! Gourmet Champagne from House of Testulat is expertly combined with our chefs’ specially created menu.

New Year’s activities for children


There are many holiday activities planned for children, including special events and surprises in addition to the daily active program at the Baan Sanook Kids Club!

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12/24/17

12/25/17

All budding master chefs are invited to come and help us make the Gingerbread House! We will write a letter to Santa Claus and we will deliver it to you!

Let’s decorate the tree and sing Christmas songs together.

Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas! Santa is here …!

12/27/17

12/28/17

12/30/17

Pizza time! The little ones are invited to join us in creating a classic Italian pizza.

Let’s put a red nose on Rudolph!

Let’s decorate the cupcakes in any way they like and eat them later!

December 31, 2017 – a special New Year’s party!


New Years Celebration Program

31 December 2017

The New Year party will begin with special cocktails at the reception.We are waiting for you to say goodbye to 2017 from 18:00 to 20:00.

New Years Eve Gala Dinner at Market Beach (from 8pm)

Celebrate New Years at Market Beach with a glamorous premium dining table to ensure the perfect old year’s farewell.

Sparkling extravaganza (from 22.00)

Continue your celebration in The Market with our All That Glitters program and don’t stop in the air of a sparkling fiesta! With the chimes chiming, count the last seconds of the outgoing year and enjoy incendiary live artists – musicians, dancers.Brilliant, as you say! Dance all night, and then we will meet the first sunrise of 2018!

Dusit Thani Hotel and national tour operator TPG invites you to plunge into the atmosphere of a fairy tale and have an unforgettable time in the Maldives.

P.S. Did you know that miracles happen and not only on New Year’s Eve? We have a special offer for accommodation at the hotel Dusit Thani (subject to booking tours to the Maldives with air from Qatar Airways ):

Half Price Rest!
50% discount on accommodation for tourists until the end of the year.

The conditions of the promotion are simple:

• Book a tour in the period from October 1 to December 20, 2017

• Stay at the hotel – minimum 2 nights in the period from October 1 to December 26, 2017

Discount applies to tours with BB meals, room categories: Beach Villa, Beach Villa with Pool, Beach Deluxe Villa with Pool, Family Beach Villa with Pool & Beach Residence

Transfer fee – 215 USD / person.

Children under 12 years old – free!

Additionally – discounts for photography studio 25%, spa services 15%.

Lasting pleasure!

Discounts from 35% if you live longer.

Promotion terms:

• Tour booking dates: from 01.10.17 to 31.01.18

• Subject to application for at least 5 nights for a period of stay from January 1 to April 8, a special offer is valid:

5-10 nights: 35% discount on villas and Free transfer (round trip) for 1 child under 12 years old.

11 nights and up: 40% discount on accommodation; Free roundtrip transfer for 2 children under 12 years old.

Additional privileges:

• Children under 12 years old – accommodation and meals are free.

• Sunset cruise.

• 15% discount on pre-order services at Devarana Spa.

• Free power upgrade (BB >> HB, HB >> FB, FB >> PI)

• Transfer – 295 USD / person. (both children and adults)

Special conditions for newlyweds:

• At any bar – an evening aperitif or a cocktail after dinner.

• Romantic 3-course dinner at Sea Grill or Benjarong.

• Champagne, fruit basket and romantic decorations for your bed.

• Master class on cooking Thai dishes.

Hua Hin Hotels with large floor-to-ceiling windows or French windows

We have selected for you the best hotels and hotels in Hua Hin with large windows in the rooms. The selection contains only high-quality properties highly rated by real guests and popular hotels.You can choose the hotel you like and book a room through the most popular booking system.

The list contains hotels in Hua Hin in different price ranges. Here you can find expensive luxury and premium hotels and relatively cheap hotels with the best price / quality ratio. Accommodation prices are current at the time the hotel is added to our database and may differ from the prices for your dates.

97/2 Petchkasem Road, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

This hotel is located along Hua Hin Beach, a 10-minute drive from Hua Hin Train Station.It offers luxurious seafront rooms, a spa and fitness center. The hotel is a 15-minute walk from Chatchai Night Market in Hua Hin. Hua Hin Temple and Villa Market are a short walk away. Each modern hotel room has a private pool. In addition, all rooms have a 32-inch LCD TV and minibar. The Cape Spa offers traditional Thai massage and spa treatments. The hotel also offers free parking.The hotel’s restaurant serves local cuisine as well as seafood delicacies. A variety of drinks are available at On the Rocks Bar, which offers wonderful views of the Gulf of Thailand.

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Soi 94, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

The resort is located just 200 meters from Hua Hin Beach. It offers spacious air-conditioned rooms with a private balcony, an outdoor pool and a restaurant. The resort is 50 meters from Bangkok Hospital, 250 meters from Hua Hin Market Village and 750 meters from BlúPort Hua Hin Resort.Cicada Market and Khao Takiab are 1 km away, while Hua Hin Railway Station is 2 km away. Free parking is provided. The cozy rooms are decorated in an elegant modern style with neutral colors. Each well-appointed room has a TV with cable channels. There is a seating area and a private bathroom with a shower, hairdryer and toiletries. The hotel has a business center. Guests can benefit from concierge and laundry services.Pier 94th Restaurant is open all day and serves Thai and European cuisine. Room service is also available.

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32 Hua Hin Soi 8, Petchkasem Road, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

The hotel is located in Hua Hin. It features an outdoor pool and fitness center. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. There is a private bathroom. The complex is 3.6 km away, while Klai Kangwon Palace is 3.9 km away.All rooms are equipped with a kettle. Some rooms have a kitchenette with a refrigerator. A work desk is provided. In the mornings, the hotel serves a continental breakfast, a full English / Irish breakfast or a buffet breakfast. The hotel’s restaurant specializes in Thai cuisine. Guests benefit from a terrace. Speaking Thai and English, staff at the 24-hour front desk can provide tourist information. Hua Hin Clock Tower and Hua Hin Night Market are 6 km away.

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33 Naresdamri Road, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

The hotel offers stunning views of the Gulf of Thailand. The hotel has an excellent seaside location. Guests of the hotel enjoy a first-class spa center. It features a beachfront pool and 5 bars and restaurants. The Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa is a luxurious 5-star hotel a 15-minute drive from Hua Hin Airport. Lively Bangkok is a 2.5-hour drive away. The hotel’s modern rooms are comfortable and spacious.The rooms have a sofa. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer magnificent ocean views. They also have a private balcony, cable TV and a full-size refrigerator. After an intense game of tennis or a workout in the fitness center, you can relax in the herbal steam room at the hotel spa. The multilingual staff can arrange concierge, travel and childcare services. The White Lotus Rooftop Restaurant serves gourmet Chinese cuisine.The restaurant offers panoramic ocean views. No less memorable will be a visit to The Market restaurant with an open terrace, which serves pizza over an open fire on the wood and Thai dishes.

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91 Hua Hin – Khao Takiap Road, Khao Takiab, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

Luxurious 5-star hotel located in Hua Hin, next to the beach. It features a 12.5-acre tropical garden with a large lagoon-style pool. The hotel stretches 315 meters along a white sandy beach.The hotel has an upscale Barai Spa. Spacious rooms offer tropical garden or sea views, an iPod docking station and a 32-inch flat-screen TV. There is a seating area and a bathroom with a window and a bathtub. It offers an outdoor pool with water slides, a gym and free parking. Concierge services are available around the clock. Pet-friendly rooms can be booked at an additional cost.Guests staying in Club Rooms and Suites enjoy additional amenities and club benefits including a daily continental breakfast, refreshments throughout the day and evening cocktails at the Club Lounge. The McFarland House restaurant is housed in a restored 19th century pavilion. A variety of gourmet dishes are served, including modern European cuisine. The hotel also houses Figs Italian Restaurant and Talay Thai Restaurant. It is just a 3-minute walk to Cicada Market, a 5-minute drive to Hua Hin Night Market and Hua Hin Railway Station, and a 20-minute drive to Hua Hin International Airport.

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33/17 Soi Mooban Huadon, Petchkasem Road, Prachuabkirikhan, Khao Takiab, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

Beautiful villa located next to the beach near Hua Hin. It offers an outdoor pool, a sea-view restaurant and rooms and villas set in tropical gardens. Rooms and apartments are fitted with Thai furnishings and Thai linens. French windows offer views of the surrounding greenery. A cable TV, DVD player and safe are provided.The private bathroom has a bath and shower. Guests can play mini golf or relax on the sun loungers on the beach. Massages are available on the beach, by the pool or in the quiet of your room. Overlooking the beach, the restaurant serves Thai, Western and Italian specialties. The beach bar offers cocktails. The villa is located 15 minutes’ drive from the center of Hua Hin. A free shuttle bus service is available to the bus stop, which connects to the city center by minibus.

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4 Soi Hua Hin 51, Damrongrat Rd, Huahin Prachuap Kirikan, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

This boutique hotel is located in a 2016 building in Hua Hin. It features an outdoor pool. The reception is open 24 hours a day. Guests can visit the restaurant and relax on the terrace. Hua Hin Fishing Pier is 700 meters away, while the City Night Market is 900 meters away. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a seating area and flat-screen satellite TV.Extras include a desk and wardrobe. Some of the boutique hotel’s rooms have a balcony, and some offer pool views. The hotel serves a buffet breakfast. A fitness center is available. The boutique hotel is a 12-minute walk from Klai Kangwon Palace.

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25/2 Petchkasem Road, Hua Hin, Prachuabkirikhan, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

The hotel is located in Hua Hin, in Prachuap Khirikhan district. Recreating the quiet atmosphere of local fishing villages, this resort features a 30-meter outdoor pool.Housed in buildings with wooden furnishings, rooms have a private balcony with a seating area. Each room has a flat-screen TV, refrigerator and minibar. The private bathroom has a rain shower. Guests can stroll among the tropical gardens or walk to Hua Hin Beach. Tour organization and golf course reservations are available. A buffet or à la carte breakfast is served daily. The open-air restaurant serves Thai and international dishes, while drinks can be enjoyed at the poolside bar.The hotel is approximately 3 hours 30 minutes’ drive from Bangkok. The resort provides an airport shuttle.

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117/74 Takiab Road, Nongkae, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khirikhan, Khao Takiab, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

The hotel is located 400 meters from the beach. It offers elegant air-conditioned rooms with a private balcony. Guests can relax by the pool, enjoy relaxing spa treatments, or work out in the gym. The hotel staff speaks English, Thai and Chinese.It is a 10-minute drive from Hua Hin city center and the night market. Bangkok is a 2.5-hour drive away. Airport shuttle can be arranged at a surcharge. The hotel rooms are modern and tastefully decorated. Each well-appointed room includes a flat-screen TV with satellite / international channels, DVD player, minibar, safe and electric kettle. Slippers are provided. The private bathroom is complete with free toiletries, a bathrobe and a hairdryer.The hotel has a tour desk and business center. Meeting facilities are also available. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can arrange laundry and shuttle services. Babysitting services and a free shuttle to the beach are also provided. The hotel accepts Union Pay cards for payment. The lobby offers a wide selection of international newspapers. Breakfast is served at Mosaic Restaurant, while Seafood is served at Shoreline Beach Club.

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107/1 Phetkasem Road Hua Hin 77110 Thailand, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

5-star resort and spa located on the beach, within walking distance of Hua Hin city center.It offers 5 unique pools, a garden and modern rooms. The resort is 1.3 km from the popular Hua Hin Night Market and 350 meters from Hua Hin Market Village. Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Park is 3.7 km away, while Royal Hua Hin Golf Course is a 10-minute drive away. Hua Hin City is located 200 km south of the capital, Bangkok, and it takes approximately 3 hours to drive to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The well-appointed rooms are equipped with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.A minibar, safe and private bathroom with shower are included. Rooms have a balcony or patio with sea, garden or pool views. The resort and spa offers a daily breakfast and international cuisine throughout the day at the Amber Kitchen restaurant. Guests can also enjoy fresh seafood and grilled food at Big Fish Beachfront Restaurant, and snacks and takeaways at Siam Bakery. Cocktails and other refreshing drinks are available at both the bar and the lobby bar.Services and amenities include multifunctional meeting rooms, a kids club, spa and fitness center. The 24-hour front desk can arrange excursions, laundry and concierge services. Free parking is available.

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129/129 Petchkasem Road, Nong Gae, Hua Hin, Prachuap Khirikhan, 77110 Hua Hin, Thailand

This resort is located in Hua Hin, a 5-minute walk from Cicada Night Market. The hotel offers concierge and ticketing services.The hotel houses the famous Vana Nava Hua Hin Water Park, as well as a fitness center and bar. The resort is 900 meters from the True Arena in Hua Hin. The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom comes with a shower. Some rooms at the resort have a seating area. All rooms have a wardrobe. In the morning, the resort serves a buffet breakfast. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist guests if necessary.Guests receive free unlimited tickets to Vana Nava Waterpark during their stay (tickets are calculated based on the number of guests staying in the room). The hotel organizes a free scheduled shuttle service to select local attractions. The resort is 2.1 km from Hua Hin Bus Station and 2.3 km from Khao Takiab Temple.

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* The approximate price of one person living in the cheapest hotel room is indicated.The cost of accommodation in Hua Hin hotels may vary depending on the exchange rate, season and selected payment and service options.

Where to have breakfast in Bruges. Bruges

Once in Bruges, you should definitely try the local cuisine based on vegetables and seafood, especially mussels (les moules), which are served here not only fried or baked with cheese and sauce, but also raw. Also quite popular dishes are asparagus cooked according to the Flemish recipe (drenched in butter sauce, raw egg and parsley) – perges a la flamande, Flemish soup and ham, often cooked according to old recipes.

Belgian cheese is also noteworthy, and not only cow but also goat cheese.

And of course, we must not forget about Belgian beer, which you can not only buy in a supermarket, but also taste it directly from the manufacturer – in a pub or a bar at the brewery. By the way, in addition to traditional beer, this foamy drink with the addition of fruit additives is very popular here. And if we are already accustomed to the grapefruit-flavored beer we sell, for example, beer with cherries and strawberries, I saw it among the Belgian brands for the first time.

So, in search of beer, you can go to the brewery-museum “De Halve Maan” (Walplein 26), where you can not only get acquainted with the process of making this drink during the tour, but also try it while sitting at a table. Pub “De Garre” is also a very interesting place. (De Garre 1), offering its guests over 100 varieties of Belgian beers, as well as the popular tourist destination “t Brugs Beertje” (Kemelstraat).

Basically, walking around Bruges, it is quite easy to find a place for lunch or dinner.True, the price level in them is quite high, but the dishes served are very tasty. The most expensive and fashionable establishments, including restaurants, are located in the historical center of the city, in the area of ​​Burg and Markt squares; in search of the most budgetary snacks, one should look for so-called “frikaten” – kiosks where you can buy french fries, sandwiches and other fast food.

If we talk about some specific establishments, then it can be noted that the most fashionable and in-demand restaurant is “De Drie Zintuigen”, offering its visitors all kinds of delicacies and rare vintage wines, as well as the Flemish restaurant “De Karmeliet” , popular for its wide selection of salads and cheeses and its signature shrimp fish soup.

You can also go to the restaurant “t Huidevettershuis” , whose specialties include Flemish soup, homemade ham and pickled herring. I was very interested in the rabbit fried according to a special recipe. I ought to try it sometime!

Not far from the Town Hall, on Braambergstraat 3, there is another good Belgian restaurant – “t Lammetje” . Here you can sample delicious traditional dishes served with a touch of modernity (for example, there are fries on the menu).Fried mussels and steaks are very popular. The portions are quite decent and the cost is quite reasonable for Belgium. By the way, in addition to a closed space, visitors can sit right on the street, where heaters are taken out in cold weather for convenience and comfort.

Another cozy restaurant specializing in local cuisine (in particular mussels) is “t Oud Kantuys” (Wijngaardstraat 30). In a small but very pretty room, guests will be offered a decent menu with traditional dishes.The cost of a soup varies from 6 to 10 euros, a salad – in the region of 14 to 15 euros, and for the main course you will have to pay from 16 to 30 euros. Served portions are quite impressive, and if you want local mussels, they will bring you a whole saucepan of this delicacy (they cost about 20 euros).

If you are seriously aiming at tasting mussels, then you can also drop by “Minnewater” , located at Wijngaardstraat 28. The menu of this restaurant also includes a huge number of seafood dishes, from mussels (from raw to fried), and from shrimp and so on.In addition, you should definitely try local cheeses and delicious fresh beer here.

In most restaurants, tourists will be offered a ready-made menu, the prices of which may vary depending on the dish. A simple three course menu will cost you a minimum of 15 euros. The most popular dish is a casserole of mussels with French fries, which costs about 15 euros. In general, Bougge’s restaurants are not cheap: standard prices for a hot dish are around 20 €.

Due to its proximity to France, most of the restaurants specialize in French or Belgian cuisine.The closeness of England is reflected in the fact that almost everyone speaks English and usually there is an English menu.

Most of the restaurants are concentrated in the central Markt square. But take a step to the side on Geernaastraat, and there you can find cute restaurants with a wider selection of menus, cheaper than on the Markt. Another popular spot is Dijver, near the canal cruise ship station.

Olive Tree

Cuisine: Greek, Mediterranean
Prices: menu ~ € 39.
Address: Wollestraat 3, Bruges, Belgium
http://www.theolivetree-brugge.com

de Bocarme

Cuisine: French
Prices: main course 28 – 31 €.
Address: Cordoeaniersstraat 1A, Bruges 8000, Belgium
http://www.debocarme.be

Kardinaalshof

Prices: 4 course menu – € 54.
Address: Sint-Salvatorskerkhof 14, Bruges, Belgium
http://www.kardinaalshof.be/

De Proeverie
Malesherbes

Cuisine: French
Address: Stoofstraat 3-5

HERTOG JAN

3 Michelin stars.
Prices: menu 85 – 300 €.
Address: Torhoutsesteenweg 479, 8200 Sint-Michiels (suburb of Bruges)

Habit

Cuisine: Belgian
Prices: special lunch menu – 12.95 euros.
Address: Kemelstraat, 7 Brugge

Going on a trip to a Belgian town, many tourists ask themselves the question: “Where can you eat?” Our article will help you decide on the choice of catering places and dishes that you should definitely try when you find yourself in this wonderful place.

Where to eat inexpensively in Bruges?

Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find establishments in the region that can boast of democratic prices for food. The central part of the city and its outskirts are filled with cafes and restaurants, in which you will have to pay a tidy sum for lunch.

If you do not intend to spend a lot of money, but at the same time want to eat a lot, pay attention to burgers and frikaten – small stalls selling popular fast food dishes: sandwiches, french fries and much more.If you want to taste traditional dishes of the national cuisine, while paying a little money, go to the restaurant “t’Oud Kantuys”. Here you can have a great lunch or dinner for about 30 euros.


Best restaurants in town
  1. Huidevettershuis Restaurant is famous for its Flemish soup, fried rabbit, delicious pickled herring. This place will appeal to vegetarians as special meals are prepared for them.
  2. Restaurant De Karmeliet is worth visiting for lovers of seafood, because fish soups, shrimps, and mussels are excellently prepared here.In addition, visitors can taste different snacks, all kinds of salads, as well as cheese and cold cuts.
  3. The cozy Bhavan restaurant invites you to plunge into the atmosphere of India and taste the delicacies of this country. If the children went on a trip with you, then feel free to come to the restaurant with them, since the institution has a menu designed specifically for them.
  4. Brasserie Erasmus, a small restaurant, is popular with tourists for its large selection of traditional Belgian snacks, a delicious rabbit cooked in beer sauce, mussels served with fried potatoes.
  5. Narai Thai Thai Restaurant serves delicious Thai dishes, the main ingredients of which are rice, chicken, pork, duck meat and lots of aromatic spices. Be sure to try the traditional Thai soups, sauces made with coconut milk, lemongrass, coriander and other spices.

Those who wish can go on a gastronomic tour, which will acquaint in more detail with the best restaurants and cafes of the town and traditional dishes that they would like to try at least once.

Before going on a short excursion to the neighboring town of Ostend, let’s talk a little about where in Bruges you can eat and drink the famous Belgian beer. This vital topic always adds energy and optimism before the next excursion, doesn’t it?

Let’s start with breakfast. Although … no, breakfast should be healthy, it is best if during breakfast you think about England and remember Sherlock Holmes. I mean oatmeal, sir! But a little later, during the “promenade” along the tourist route No. 1, look into the small cozy De Proeverie coffee shop (see on our map).Well, just a great place, good coffee, amazing desserts. And not to say that it would be fabulously expensive, quite affordable. Here are a couple of photos taken during our visit:



Now about beer … And not just about beer, but about BEER! Famous Belgian beer! Did you not know that Belgium and Bruges in particular are known all over the world for their special sorts of beer? I didn’t know either. Well, I’m not a big beer lover, what can I do … I heard before from friends about the wonderful Belgian beer “Leffe”, I even tried to try it, though in Paris.Yes, and I tried cans, bought in a supermarket in Montmartre … In general, it was not particularly impressed, as you might have guessed.

But here in Bruges, it’s a different matter! You should definitely try Belgian beer here! And even if you don’t drink beer at all, go to the 2be beer shop anyway! This sight impresses even those who prefer cross stitching instead of beer 🙂

The store is located in the very center of Bruges, right next to the Nepomuki bridge (see on our map).This is how it looks like:




There is also a beer bar “2be”, where you can taste the best varieties of Belgian beer, for example, the famous Kwak


will be good) it is better to sit on the terrace overlooking the most beautiful places in Bruges. Do you see the tables near the tree?


You can have a tasty lunch or dinner in Bruges in many places, there are enough establishments, for every taste, color and budget.For gourmets, there are also three-star Michelin restaurants. But we will “land” a little and go to one quiet, cozy restaurant with the intriguing name “Hobbit” (De Hobbit). It is located in a quiet side street, in the center, at Kemelstraat 8 (see on our map

In the photo the side street where the restaurant is located. Do you see a building on the left with a curved facade, with white chairs near the entrance? This is it. And opposite the pub “The habit”, please do not confuse horseradish with mustard.


Inside is a very interesting interior, many different “purely hobbit things”



But the main thing here is the atmosphere and delicious food! And finally, the long-awaited real Leffe !


Well, perhaps that’s all about food and beer, let’s get back to the main topic.

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