Food Hopping:Kinnaree Thai Restaurant

Posted by + Suresh + on Wednesday, December 22, 2010

A fortnight ago, courtesy of a generous invitation from the peeps at Jaya One and Nuffnang,i was invited along for a Food Hopping/Food Review outing at Kinnaree Thai Restaurant,BBQ Chicken,Frontera Mexican Bar & Grill & The Bee with a bunch of Bloggers from Glitteratti+

Alright since we hopped to 4 different eateries on the very day,i'm breaking down this post into 2 parts.

First Up

Kinnaree Thai Restaurant

On our first stop, we visited the Kinnaree Thai Restaurant,
As the name goes,this restaurant serves a variety of Thai Cuisine food with a wide range of yummylicious appetizers - desserts that would certainly tickle your taste buds.
Kinnaree is set in a cosy and relaxed environment with wonderful blend of soothing music playing behind while you bite into their delicious offerings.Located at Palm Square,Jaya One and to this date they have won various awards:

--> Thailand's Tatler Best Restaurant Award
--> TimeOut KL Food Awards 2009 & 2010 for the best Thai/Indochinese Restaurant.Word!

Ze Restaurant!

For starters,we had the famous Pomelo Salad

The salad itself has the ala thai taste and it is mixed with various different spices to
give it a mouth watering taste.Despite the many different spices added the salad is not too spicy..Just the way i like it!

Papaya Salad!! i've not come across any dish like this before and trust me eating sliced papaya fried with flour which is oh so crisp and served with beans & nuts makes your taste bud rumble wild

Main Course

The meat is served with a wonderful blend of ginger in soya sauce and one of the waitress mentioned that the meat is left overnight in a bowl with different seasoning mix..That explains the scrumptious taste.Recommended

Arguably one of my favorite dishes of the day!!

The steam fished is steamed with many different spices and i reckon with a lil asam paste as well..It has the savory tom yam taste and it's served with thick paste Lime Sauce

Fresh seafood on hot plate!!
served with Prawns,Sotong,Scallops and a few other secret ingredients :D

Since small i've always been a big fan of fish thanks to mum!!
so next is a wonderful dish called the Tamarind Fish

Had the very same dish back in Hatyai,Thailand a few years back but ironically it taste event better now
The Fish is deep fried until Golden Brown and served with a small portion of sweet and sour is awesomely crispy and every bite you take just makes you crave for more..

Tom Yam Soup!!served with seafood inside this wonderful soup is rich in ingredients and flavour and is the perfect selection if your having flu..due to the strong taste of spices and curry feel,your
certain to get cured more quicker!

Green Curry Chicken is prepared by roasting the chicken with the many different herbs and sauce and it is served with green peas santan curry gravy.The meat is tender and the portion is served with only Chicken breast meat..

Looks like normal vegetables right??trust me the sheer taste of the Morning Glory dish is like non you have tasted's rich in vege and soup and it has that sweet and spicy taste..Must Try!!

Kinnaree Thai Restaurant(Jaya One) is an outlet that i'll certainly visit more frequently!!
The place is awesome for gatherings and bringing your family there will certainly make them come back for more..

Visit their website for more details

Kinnaree Thai Restaurant
12-1 Palm Square, Jaya One,
72A Jalan University, 46200 Petaling Jaya
Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: 03-7957 3910 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 03-7957 3910 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
017 247 0399 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 017 247 0399 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Fax: 03-7957 3920

They are located near Starbucks and Secret Recipe

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Allison said...

*ah choo ah choo* ok im having flu now so can I like hv the tom yam?? hehehe :p

Euniceee said...

wow... all peranakan food? nice !! i loveeeee spicy food!nom nom!

Hilda Milda™ said...

Kangkung! Tomyam! Ahhhhh semua sedap :D

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