No 0.10, Basement Wisma Central
Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2181 8314
Web : Thai Syok Authentic Thai Street Food
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 11:30 a.m. till 10 p.m.
Thanks to the wonderful invite, I recently get to sample some really nice authentic Thai cuisine prepared by the Chef Noi of Thai Syok Authentic Thai Street Food. Located strategically at the heart of Kuala Lumpur city along Jalan Ampang, Thai Syok is truly a hidden gem that will surely put any discerning tastebud of Thai food lovers through some great food enjoyment.
Furnished with colorful wooden fixtures over a spacious dining area, Thai Syok unveiled a very exciting interior look with graffiti mural featured on the restaurant’s wall.
Customers can also watch how chef prepared your foods through the open-styled kitchen and boat noodle live station.
Fragrance Pandan Leaf Chicken (RM16.90 for 4 pcs)
Thai Syok has wooed many tastebuds of their loyal customers with this fragrance pandan leaf chicken. The process of preparation were hidious just to ensure the meat is tenderly juicy while still crispy at the outside. Chef first marinated the chicken with spices for 24 hours before steamed it together with the pandan leaf wrap. It will be deep fried again till golden brown upon serving to the customers.
Crispy Duck with Lime and Fish Sauce (RM21.50)
Dishes to look out for at Thai Syok including this highly addictive crispy duck in julienne with grounded browned glutinous rice, which chef braised it first with lime juice, mint and fish sauce before deep fried till golden perfection.
Traditional Tom Yum Seafood (RM18.90, RM28.90, RM39.90)
A firm favorite in Thai cuisine, Tom Yum Seafood made the next featured dish. Loaded with varieties of fresh seafood, the robust flavors of this addictive spicy tom yum soup will certainly wake up your appetite instantly.
Coconut Milk Prawn on Hot Pan (RM37.90)
Sink your teeth in these succulent prawns that cooked in creamy coconut milk gravy and let the burst of flavor envelope your palate with a little bit kick of spiciness.
Lemon and Lime Steamed Seabass (RM45.90)
The secret of this superb steam creation lies in the freshness of seabass and its sourish spicy soup that infused with Thai’s special fragrant herbs.
Wok Fried Asparagus with Shrimps (RM28.10)
Not a fan of spicy food? Fret not. This wok fried dish with asparagus and shrimps were cooked beautifully with lots of wok-hei.
Red Wine Duck (RM18.50 for 1/4 pcs)
Whet your appetite further with this beautiful reddish duck meal, which Chef Noi deboned and braised for 4 hours in his secret recipe red wine sauce that includes sesame oil, oyster sauce, tomato and chili.
Red Rubies and Jackfruit Iced Blended (RM7.90)
This evergreen Thai dessert was served in finely blended ice with fragrant coconut milk, which I found it more enjoyable for a smoother and creamier texture compared to the shaved ice.
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Papaya Salad at RM1
* Valid only during dine-in at dinner hours.
* Only 1 SMS/1 app voucher to be redeemed for 1 table/bill.
* Only original SMS/app voucher will be accepted.
* SMS/app voucher must be presented at point of redemption.
* Promotion is not redeemable or exchangeable for cash.
* Not valid with any on-going promotions, offers and/or discounts.
* Pork-free restaurant.
1 May – 30 June, 2015
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