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Treat your partner to an exquisite Thai experience at this snazzy restaurant in DC Mall that's famed for top-notch service and elevated authentic nosh. Start with the refreshing Pomelo Salad (RM58) with plump, pan-seared scallops served with a roasted coconut dressing. For the main event, Burppler Jesuis Enamourez recommends the Steamed Fish (RM78) – seabass fillet with spicy garlic, chillies and lime juice that's steamed to perfection, as well as the signature Erawan's Omelette (RM38). Meat-lovers, a must-have is the Merger Beef Curry (RM68) that sees tender beef bathed in a savoury blend of Thai massaman curry and Indian curry. Pair all that with a bowl of Steamed Thai Jasmine Rice (from RM3).
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Thought I’d give this a try given it’s a classic Thai dish done with a modern taste. Have to admit that I didn’t know what I was expecting. The dry noodles given (you soak it in the gravy) reminds me of yee mee which I personally think didn’t work well. Also the broth although very flavourful left an unsettling aftertaste. The pork ribs on the other hand were very tender.

Saw reviews that this came highly recommended so thought I’d give it a try. Tastes exactly like Vietnamese fresh spring rolls but with smoked duck to replace the fresh prawns. Nothing spectacular.

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I mean, it’s insanely priced but it’s such a well done omelette. Think puffy, not-at-all oily and loaded with fresh veggies and herbs.

Okay lah, for its price, can’t really complain as the bowl was filled with generous slices of tender beef. Love the curry too; savoury and peppery in all the right ways, plus not too spicy.

Have heard many great things about this fancy Thai restaurant (including its exorbitant prices), but happy to report it’s worth it. Started with this refreshing salad, topped with six fresh and plump scallops – can’t complain. For a spice weakling like myself, it was perfect.

Wouldn’t say it’s the best banh mi but it’s solid enough to satiate those cravings. Found the meat a bit salty but the fresh veggies help balance the flavours. Best paired with a glass of iced Vietnamese coffee!

Flavourful chicken broth, chewy handmade noodles and juicy chicken – all the makings for a perfect bowl of ramen, and you can find it at this newbie in SS15. Swing by for after-work dinners with your best mate and tuck into the simple Chicken Chintan (RM19) with al dente noodles and generous pieces of pan-fried chicken. Also good is the flavourful Chicken Kuro (RM19) in an irresistable creamy garlic broth. Make room for sides – the delicious Fried Chicken (RM12) with crispy skin and ultra juicy meat is to die for. Pro tip: This restaurant is only open from Wednesdays to Saturdays, so plan your ramen dates accordingly!


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