ChiangMai Mookata & Thai Street Food
G-13, Skypod Square, Persiaran Puchong Jaya Selatan
Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-8601 4505
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Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Chiang Mai Mookata & Thai Street Food Restaurant to sample some of their authentic and delicious Thai signatures prepared by the skillful chef from northern Thailand.
Located at Skypod Square in Puchong, I like the spacious al-fresco dining area just in front of the restaurant, feel so relax to enjoy my Thai BBQ and Thai street food under the starry night and breezy wind.
The word ‘Mu Kratha’ literally means pan pork in Thai (‘Mu’ translates to ‘Pig’ or ‘Pork’ and ‘Kratha’ to ‘Pan’ or ‘skillet’). It resembles a combination of Korean barbecue and Chinese hot pot.
To order for mookata, customers can choose either Regular Set (RM43.90) or Large Set (RM55.90), which will have ingredients like pork, chicken, prawn, pork ball, crabstick, fresh egg and vegetables.
If that is not enough, feel free to get additional foods like Thai Style Pork Slice, Pork Belly, Pork Shoulder Slice, Black Pepper Chicken Slice, Mushroom with Bacon, and many more to feast till you burst.
Papaya Salad (RM9.90), a classic Thai appetizer dish that I like and scare at the same time. Love its combination of sweet sourish taste that can open up your palate, but I somehow always bite the hot chilli paddy, huhu so unlucky.
Although you may need to wait around 10 to 15 minutes for this Charcoal Grilled Pork Neck (RM15.90) dish to be served, but it is really worth the time! Perfect to go with the chilled beer, I was so addictive with this smokey taste and the special spicy sauce.
An addictive treat to all spicy food lovers, I absolutely fall in love with their Tom Yum Gong (RM16.90), another must order if you dine at Chiang Mai Mookata.
The restaurant also serves varieties of rice choices if you are not in mood for mookata, such as Green Curry Chicken Rice, Fried Garlic Peppercorns Pork Rice, Omelet Rice, Seafood Rice, and the one we had, highly recommended Stewed Pork Leg Rice (RM10.90) with irresistible tender meat in flavourful soy sauce.
Available widely in the northern Thailand, the name Khao-Soi-Kai means cut rice in Thai. Served together with juicy chicken thighs, onion, lime, chili sambal and crispy noodles in creamy, tangy coconut milk curry, this Chiang Mai Curry Rice Noodle (RM10.90) will satisfy your spicy craving with a lot of satisfaction.
Perfect for sharing between 2 to 3 persons, this red fiery Cheezy Tom Yum Pot (RM29.90) comes with prawns, minced pork balls, squids, eggs and topped with cheese to enhance the soup’s creaminess as well as texture of the instant noodles which you can find at the bottom. Now, I will think of this whenever I have instant noodles, this is just so satisfying for me!
Enjoy something cold and refreshing to wash down all the heavy meal, do try their specialties like Kedondong Ice Blended, Coconut Shake, and this Coconut Ice Cream (RM8) served in shell with varieties topping to enhance the texture.
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