Lot 1.104, Level 1, Pavilion Elite
Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 603-2110 5756
FB : Sanoook
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sanoook is inspired by the team’s love affair with Thai and Japanese cuisine. using secret, authentic Thai recipes from their flagship restaurant Chakri Palace, and adding a twist of presentation infused with the creative culture of Japanese food, Sanoook innovatively combines these two delectable cuisines together in a fun way.
Remember to check out Sanoook’s Top 10 Signatures, which include Sushi Burger, Salmon Skewer, Tom Yam Soup, Spicy Salmon Sushi Roll, Steamed Seabass, Phad Thai Noodles, Grilled Unagi, Thai Mango Salad, Thai Green Curry Chicken, and the refreshing Thai Volcano.
Let’s start something to nibble before the mains. Served with 7 condiments like peanuts, dried shrimps, onions, lime, bird’s eye chili and other raw ingredients wrapped with betel leaf and homemade sauce, Mieng Kham (RM18.90) is a popular traditional snack from Thailand.
I like this Beef Skewers (RM19.90 for 4 sticks), tender and flavourful, each bite promises a satisfaction of taste and texture drizzled with the enticing green curry spicy sauce.
Sanoook means ‘Fun’ in Thai. The team added another ‘O’ to represent a circle of friendship. Hence, Sanoook means having fun together with friends! Similar like this Chicken Burger (RM18.90) with buns made with Japanese rice and de-boned grilled chicken thigh in teriyaki sauce, chef wants the patrons to have fun and be adventurous to explore the dishes offered at Sanoook.
Burger lovers can enjoy 4 different types of Sushi Burgers with gourmet patties such as Chicken, Beef, Salmon and Soft-shell Crab, which also come with a basketful of crispy burdock root chips.
Diners are spoilt for choices when it comes to dining at Sanoook. Tom Yam and fried rice are both my favourite, this flavourful Seafood Tom Yam Fried Rice (RM22.90) just nailed it perfectly right with chef’s special recipe.
This Thai dessert is just too cute, Mango Sticky Rice and Ice Cream (RM16.90) stuffed inside the crunchy ice cream cone, brilliant!
Something cool and refreshing especially for the heat-ravaged evenings lately. Chef uses Thai milk tea for this Thai Volcano (RM17.90) to give it a Thai characteristic. They also have two others flavours – Fuji Volcano (Matcha) and Coco Volcano.
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