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Underrated Tom Yum soup for a local restaurant in Cheras! Goes well with rice or on its own. They do serve the white Tom Yum too but I’m definitely #TeamRed.

Swing by this cool Thai-Japanese resto-bar in Jaya One for date nights with your loved one and pet. Water is provided for your pet, and you can sip on a refreshing Lemongrass Tea (RM8), or a cocktail – favourites include the Tub Tim Gem (RM35) and Amphan Gem (RM35), made with gin and roselle juice. Food-wise, have the Larb Moo Thod Burger (RM28), where larb comes in the form of a patty, as well as the addictive Thongchai's Nachos (from RM16) — wanton skins deep-fried and topped with spicy pork ragout. FYI: The whole area at The School, Jaya One is pet-friendly!
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Don’t expect regular tortilla chips in this platter. Tommy Thongchai does exquisite nachos made with deep-fried wanton skins topped with flavourful meat gravy!
I remember medium being huge enough to feed 2, you can also get an extra large for RM28!

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As much as Kaiju is known for Japanese Thai fusion, this Malaysian local dish is definitely one to try. Customised sweet and sour sauce, blended ginger, generous serving of marinated chicken thigh...mhmm, comfort food that cannot go wrong!

The Bara Chirashi Don at Kaiju’s is definitely one that you should try due to its authentic flavours and generous servings of raw seafood. It was a balanced bowl, with ratio 1:1 of rice and raw seafood - not many restaurants do this. They don’t serve pickled ginger at the side to wash your palette after your meal cause it’s mixed in the Don itself, giving a wholesome dining experience! Love, love this version of Barachirashi!

Find this no-frills joint in Damansara Perdana for authentic and affordable Thai street food. Great for after-work meals with your mates, share the classic Stir Fried Hot Basil Leaves With Rice (RM10) and Pad Thai Kung (RM10). Finish with a sweet treat – both the Thai Ruby With Coconut (RM7) and Mango Sticky Rice (RM9) are simply delightful. Pro tip: Swing by for lunch to enjoy the sweet lunch deal at only RM6.50!

• SM1 : fish cakes, Thai-glas noodle salad, chicken with dry chili & cashewnut
• RM 17.80
• 7.5/10

• Pineapple Fried Rice
• RM 11.80
• 9/10

Best pad Thai I’ve had in town. Usually only available for lunch but the chef offered to cook it for us for dinner. Sweet, salty and spicy all at once. Noodles were perfect, coated with fish sauce and more (I saw him add a dash of many things) and cooked over charcoal which gives it a tinge of smokiness. For some sweetness, he adds star fruit slices. Yum.