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Moo Ping

RM10.00 Β· 6 Reviews

In frame: Moo Ping (RM11.90), Tomyum Seafood (RM14.90), Pad Thai (RM10.90), Som Tum (RM8.90), Thod Mun Moo (RM9.90) and Khao Moo (RM13.90).
Whilst most of the dishes were average, the tomyum and somtum fared slightly better. With a generous portion of seafood, the sour and spicy soup is quite worth the price. The spicy, sweet and sour papaya salad makes for a good appetiser.

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Moo ping is one of my favourite Thai street eat. I do wish moo ping here could be more juicy.

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Super spicy 🌢 🌢🌢 tomyam seafood (RM14.90), Moo Ping is rather dry (RM11.90), Khao Moo (RM13.90): steamed pork leg with egg was OK-OK. .
Having so many good Thai restaurants around, probably this might not be in my favourite Thai restaurant list for now :).
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When low on cash, head here for a casual dinner date! While resembling a bustling diner, the warmly-lit restaurant is spacious enough to afford you and your date some privacy. The menu is concentrated, offering a handful of authentic Thai street eats, including a coveted Moo Ping (RM10) β€” glistening grilled pork skewers. Continue the meaty streak and order their Khao Kha Moo (RM13), ultra-tender stewed pork leg with rice and egg or Phad Gra Pow Moo (RM12), basil pork with rice topped with a fried egg. Though modest in appearance, these rice dishes pack punch with quintessentially Thai flavours coupled with fan-Thai-stic execution. In the words of Burppler Jocelyn Ting, it will "bring back memories of all the good food you had in Bangkok," and if you haven't been, it's a wallet-friendly spot to begin your journey!
Avg price per person: RM15

Hump day's dinner at this much talked about Thai street food restaurant since our weakening MYR has prohibited us to physically go Thai, so dining at Go Thai will make do for now. Items that we have ordered (clockwise) were Moo Ping (RM10), Pha Gra Pow Moo (RM9), Tom Yum (RM13), Kwey Tiaw Nam Sai (RM 7.50). While the food did not blow our mind, but it's good enough to bring back all the memories of all the good food that we had in BKK. So if you are tired of the Thai restaurant chains in shopping malls, why not drop by here to have an authentic Thai meal at a price which is friendly to our poor wallet. πŸ˜†

Satisfy your cravings at Go Thai, where you can get one-dish meals or a bowl of noodles that will instantly take you back to Thailand -- for just under RM10! Go for their moo ping, pork steaks which are beautifully saturated in its sweet and savory marinade, then grilled to perfection. Sink your teeth into these tender steaks and feel its juiciness claim all corners of your tastebuds. For a sweet, cooling dessert, their tub tim grob is very decent for its price of RM6, especially considering the generous amount of red and green rubies and jackfruit slices included!

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