Streat Thai, have both good and bad reviews along the way, where I certainly understand that and seeing how they grow from time to time and where they are today which is more well managed over their previous encounter. Some of you might not know as Streat Thai concept is like a specializes Thai food court that house authentic Thai street hawker hail all the way from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket and a few others.
Good thing in this place where you do not need to line up to order as they have some one to take order from you. Their interior build up resembles Thai street food where actually most of the chef behind the stalls are the actual owner in Thailand that operates in the streets. Some of them close their shop in their hometown and operate in Streat Thai to bring you their authentic Thai recipe to our local taste bud.
Good thing is that they have alot of regular Thai customers as they are very happy over their favourite street food are now being serve in Klang valley. The slight different where different region have different taste for a good example like our Asam laksa, varies to Kelantan Laksa, Curry laksa in different region. Their taste change accordingly to their region too.
Besides that, they have some Thai street snacks for you to buy too.
Now with more demanding customers, they have recently just launch a new menu with some interesting dish such as Thai Porridge.
My 3 usual items that I would typically order is these three drinks. Signature Thai Milk Tea @ RM5.90, Fresh Coconut Smoothie @ RM8.90 and of course Thai Ice Coffee.
My usual Thai Salad is the classic version where it is filled with pickled veggie, mango, peanuts, fresh cherry tomatoes and others, however for their improvise version, they have add in fresh salmon to for taste enhancement. IT is a dish that you might love or hate it as the fish meat texture is quite different where the taste and texture is registering a new dish in our head.
One of the latest hit that make a big wave in Streets of Bangkok now is this hidden jewel in Thailand that originally operates in a small town. Since a discovery from a Singapore blogger on this street home cook dish, it had created a new street eats for many food lovers.
Tomyum Creamy Porridge with seafood and mince Chicken @ RM 21.90
For both their porridge, they have quite a huge taste different where seafood do give you the immediate similarity like you are eating tomyum noodle but in a creamy porridge version. It is as good as what you see. Hint of spiciness, fragrant of some herbs and sourish end make me keep eating on it.
Do stir well before eating to give a well balance of mix in ingredients and taste.
Street Thai Tomyum Noodle Dry @ RM 15.90
There are 5 types of noodles for you to choose from as they usually would recommend on their original noodle. Where the texture is slightly chewy and goie after soak it with soup or gravy.
For soup base, this is one of my favourite. Braised Beef Noodles @ RM11.90. Just as I had it in the streets of Bangkok where soup is pungent, flavourful and topped with beef brisket – tender and juicy. To make it out, It had been simmered for 10-hour-simmered. To eat along like how others locals it, add on some, chili powder, a bit of chilli special sauce and sugar to make it extra kick.
During weekend when they have live band, Fried Chicken Wings @ RM17.90 [6 per serving] were quite generous in portion. Well marinated, fried to perfection as they have hint of bitter sourness of lime. This is a perfect match with Singha Beer that they do serve.
The Coconut Ice Cream with Sticky Rice @ RM10.90 is a dessert might would consider to choose toe end your meal.
Red Ruby with Coconut Milk @ RM6.90
My verdict is, they have improve alot since from day one how they operated. Certainly a place worth to visit if you are looking for some local Thai Authentic Street food in PJ.
100-G.001 The School
No. 72A Jalan Universiti, 46200 Petaling Jaya
Phone: 012-907 3581
Email: [email protected]
11.30am – 10pm (Sun – Thurs)
11.30am – 11pm (Fri – Sat)