Among a lot of branches throughout in KL, I never thought of walking into this restaurant until was with my friends and their parents dropping by. So went to The Weld there to meet up with them. I think it was the location wise that we were the only table on that day and it was on the weekend. I had heavy breakfast that day. So was there to tax most of my friends food. 🙂
Usually, most restaurant will display their menu on a stand with a book, but this restaurant decided to go big. So with pictures and menu on the wall, you can read the pricing without any problem. Even ah pek without glasses also can see.
What I felt after reading this thing on the wall is like Thai food had Crossover with Itlaina coffee but with the people working on that day, had cost our decision not to order it. They look too selamba.
‘Stir Fried Baby Kailan with Garlic’ RM10.90, which tasted a bit salty and the garlic taste did not absorb into the veggie. It was like adding on the garlic on top or frying separately.
When it always comes to Thai food, of course a soup will not be missed, ‘Spicy Tomyam Seafood’
. Quite spicy which suits on the title and sour enough but had taste better one’s before. RM10.90
‘Tomyam Mee Hoon Soup’
its just like adding on mee on the tomyam soup. Nothing much to comment on it. RM16.90
‘Sago in Coconut milk with Honeydew’
which we find alil pricey for such a small bowl that cost RM8.90
and its quite dissapointing also.
‘Water chestnut in Coconut Milk topped with Jackfruits’
, watery at it looks like, the jackfruit was not sweet and the ice is very harsh. Hardly melt. The santan is quite diluted as we felt it had mixed with water. RM5
‘Mango with Sticky Rice’ RM9.90
, the mango is quite sour and hard as we felt that is has not fully ripte yet, the sticky rice is abit solid not warm as I think they had left it there a while under the air con and the dressing on the top left sucks. Do not know what taste is that.
On other branches they have nice interior and friendly staff as I did walk pass by once at The Curve but in this branch the service is quite slow but still acceptable.
The quality of the food and with the price you are paying, you can get better offer and quality out there.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 4/10, below average, ~ -Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Restaurant Bangkok Expresson
Level 1, The Weld,
76, Jalan Raja Chulan,