Thai Thai, Sunway Pyramid

Not a fan of Thai food. I don’t hate it; I just haven’t gotten around to eating it much.

Marble suggested we have Thai Thai at Sunway Pyramid for dinner. The menu looked enticing and I was hungry, so in we went.

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Already packed for dinner. Bathed in yellow lights, the place has a cosy yet modern design, with nothing particularly Thai about the decorations. Many tables were reserved and we had to wait for awhile. Service was quick and attentive though.

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After a short wait, we were ushered to our seats. Ordered the Thai Iced Tea (RM11.90) to quench my thirst. It wasn’t the orange thai milk tea I loved so much, but good enough. Sweet and milky, the different colours are made up of thick, syrupy palm sugar, condensed milk and tea. Mix together for best results!

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Selfies with Marble and Jo before our food arrived.

Can you believe that the three of us have already known each other for eight years already? It seems like just yesterday that we were fresh-faced high school grads, ready to take on the world (or at least, college). 2008 wasn’t that long ago, but sometimes it feels that way.

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Our first dish: Chicken Curry (There was a Thai name for the dish but I stupidly forgot to take a picture of it). What can I say, it’s as good as curry gets. Heavy handed with coconut cream, as Thai curries go, but that’s just how I like mine 🙂 Chicken meat was solid with a bite, not too tender, and the sauce was great with rice. Nearly licked this clean lol.

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Sizzling sweet and sour tofu, which came with slices of mushroom, carrots, peas and corn. Tastewise it was decent, nothing to shout about but again, the sauce was good to go with rice.

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I liked the fried omelette with shrimp, even though you can probably tell it was oily. Puffy, crispy and filled with bits of springy shrimp, we dipped it in Thai chilli sauce for that extra kick.

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Meal came up to about RM100, plus rice and my drink. Portions were enough for the three of us, but big eaters might have to order more. Each dish averages Rm20+ and above, plus 10% service charge and 6% GST.

Thai-Thai Restarant
LOT G1-135.Oasis Boulevard,
Sunway Pyramid, No.3, Jalan PJS 11/15,
Bandar Sunway,46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: 03-74919428

Business hours: 10am – 10pm (daily).

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Author: Luna

Bibliophile/foodie. Drop me a line at erisgoesto@gmail.com

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