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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!
Photo by Burppler Shun Teoh

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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Satisfy both your Thai and Japanese food cravings at this trendy gastrobar at The Square, Jaya One. With its tropical vibes and rattan furniture, this is a great place to have dinner and unwind after a long day at the office. A house favourite is Thongchai’s Tonkatsu Curry (RM24), a crispy pork cutlet served with Thai jasmine rice and a flavourful Thai red curry. Burger lovers should give the Laarb Moo Tod Burger (RM28) a go – the pork patty is juicy and packed with Thai herbs giving it flavour depth and some heat. This is a pet-friendly restaurant, so your pooches are welcome too!


Featuring a herbed pork patty that tastes uncannily like larb, this burger scores for interesting flavours. There are enough pickled onions and fresh tomatoes to keep the flavours appetising, and there’s a side of garlic aioli to jazz things up if needed. The skinny fries also comes nicely seasoned and hard to stop eating.


This newcomer in Jaya One is one to look out for! Sporting pink neon lights and fancy garden chairs, the space look fit for an after-work treat. (Although food’s a tad cheaper between 12-3pm if you can sneak in a long lunch!)

The recommended tonkatsu curry sounded odd, considering we were expecting Thai. But the Thai touch on the Japanese dish is tastefully done! Pork katsu is delicious, with a balanced fat-to-meat ratio and enough crispy batter to hold it together. This gets dipped into the spicy aioli and the runny but flavourful Thongchai’s curry. Served with Thai jasmine rice and clear soup with a meatball, this meal hits the spot.


Don’t know why the staff kept insisting this was a pandan tea when there’s no sign of pandan at all lol. It’s good to share for two, and it’s fragrant enough that you won’t need the honey served on the side.