thai street food


There is this new hidden gem in Bandar Baru Klang that serve Thai Authentic street food. Operate by a lovely couple with his wife from Thai. A home-cook now by bringing her learning experience from mom and aunt to our table. Baan Korat Thai Restaurant is indeed one of the places to visit as it was a highly recommended place by a reader.

I find that their Thai street food style is quite similar to those in Hatyai!

Baan Korat Thai Restaurant

They just started to run this place right after the first CMCO which is in June and now they are being hit again for CMCO 2. However, they are still operating now at this moment with limited seating.

their place is pack during lunchtime with their famous serving of that ala cart and their moo ping is a must-have according to many.

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What to eat in Klang, perhaps this menu could give you some idea for Thai food in Klang.

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For the first time, I am here for their unique serving of Thai Claypot Steamboat (Jim Jum) @ RM 39.90 for 2 pax and also, of course, current famous street food Tomyum Mama Instant Noodle Pork @ RM 28 / Seafood @ RM 35 / Seafood & Mince Pork @ RM 38

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their thai Ice tea is also pretty spot on. Thick Thai tea flavour and quite milky. Some of you might find it too sweet but then this drink I find it have to be sweet. One glass will do.

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the reason I am here for this is I have never try Thai steamboat before and second, it is cook with charcoal.

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The set comes with fresh prawns, squid, clams, slice pork , pork and chicken.

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Serve along with 3 sauces which is homemade by the chef herself.

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The soup is unique which is clear, fragrant, sweet from pork bone, yet add in with ginger, lemon grass, dry chili and hint of this leave that make the soup itself very unique and keep drinking on it.

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After a while, we are ready to dig in. It is indeed pretty good as first time experiencing this.

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Dipping with the sauce, it has its own flavour. Gren slightly sour, red a a bit spicy and sour. if were to choose, I personally felt the green chili taste better.

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Here is the famous instant mama seafood pot at RM 35. Serve with Thai Roast Pork, Home made thai meat ball, clams, squid, eggs, and fresh prawns.

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The noodle is cook to perfection. Broth is sweet, milky, creamy, mild spicy and hint of sour end. The soup is cook upon order.

Indeed one of the best Instant mama noodle pot I have had so far! – recommended!

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Another dish is chef special classic dish – Baan Korat Special. Serve in Thai Clear soup with minced pork slab, meatball, clams. Drinking the soup itself is quite interesting and if you are in for some taste experience then squeeze lime and add-in of chili powder. It totally enhances the whole bowl of soup.  @ RM 13.90

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They also do serve mookata and other street food. I will definitely come back again to try out some of their other dishes. It seems like one of the best Thai Street food in Klang that I encounter at the moment. Maybe could beat some of the best thai street food in Klang or in Pj.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, good eh. Recommended!!!~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

No 10, Lorong Tiara 1b,
Bandar Baru Klang,
41150 Klang, Selangor

Operating Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday : 12pm – 3pm / 5pm – 11pm

Tel: 012-350 3003

One of a food I miss alot is Tomyum Fried Rice is one of a famous Thai Street food  must have but donkey years ago that I ate during high school days in a cafe – Strawberry Cafe in 1-stop Penang. They indeed has one of the best fried rice but no longer in operation. Whenver we visit Cyberjack, for Red Alert, Warcraft or Counter strike, Tomyum Fried rice with sunny side up in that cafe is a must. This round I just chin chai cook at home, see can emulate something like that or not. Results: 80%!

During this lock down period, do on and off crave for certain things. Well some of the recipe I chin Chai cook and most of my recipe is my first time doing it. So alot of ingredient and cooking time is agak agak.

Video is shows how to cook and prep but in ASMR cooking version.

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Tomyum Fried Rice : Cook for 2

  1. Garlic – 20 g
  2. Onion – 30 g
  3. Carrot – 50 g
  4. Pork – 90 g
  5. Green Chilli – 10g
  6. Lemongrass – 15g
  7. tomyum paste – 2 tbls with 10 ml water
  8. Calamansi Lime – 5 biji (prefered)

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Tomyum paste that I use is customade by my best friend himself.

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You have to cut your lemongrass into this fine or grind the gren chilli and lemon grass together as 1 plate. The rest of the ingredient into another plate.

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Squeeze your limau out.

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Step 1: Stir fry lemon grass and green chili together (fry till the aroma of lemon grass is prominent)

Step 2: add in garlic, onion and carrot – fry evenly

Step 3: add in pork fry till it is cooked

Step 4: add in tomyum paste: fry till it is well coated or evenly into the ingredients

Step 5: add in rice and fry it evenly – do not fry it too dry. Best to have some moisture.

Step 6: ready to plate : best to add in sunny side up.

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My version of Tomyum fried rice with sunny side up.

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Pack with hint of lemongrass, onion is just nice and tomyum paste has the sourish and mild spicy it needed.

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Or you can replace rice to noodle to become Tomyum Fried Noodle. My version is Tomyum Fried Maggie Mee.

In this MCO period, stay safe and do take care everyone.

Street food! Who is in for comfort street food. A simple reason, this place that just operate JUST 6 months is making a huge waves of virality over social media. This makes them the Famous Mama Mee 夜宵食堂 @ Kepong Baru, KL is one of the stall to hunt for in the area. Making bee line right before it opens is already worrying, not to mention if you reach dinner time and do prepare to wait for about 30-6o minutes for a table.

One of a famous food in Thailand or making it a must have Thai Street food food whenever visiting that country. With a clever mimic from Thailand, this had made them one of a  famous tomyum noodle in KL.

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I was told by my colleague to visit here early and I am in kiasu mood today. I reach at 6.20 pm as the store operates sharp at 6.30pm. Moments into 6.35pm, BOOM! the shop is full and when the clock hits 7pm, the queue is forming up.

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Menu is pretty direct as there are a mix of street Italian and Thai and the price is indeed very reasonable.

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For a classic Thai mama noodle, it must topped with an egg yolk, mine got 2 because I ordered 2 pax portion. Which turns out to be quite big portion. This is not your usual single pack of mee mama but it is the big pack of Mama noodle. 2 pax means 2 packet at one serving.

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Because I had a few meals today and only decided to order MAMA Noodle with Meatballs @ RM 12.80 (for 2 pax) – single pax is RM 7.80. 

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This is pretty obvious that the soup is cook by themselves as at home we could not cook such a big batch. Soup is pretty good, where resembles the powder of mama noodle, and the soup do taste a little sweet, sourish as it needs and not too spicy, which I felt it is just right that many of non spicy eater can accept too. A pretty generic bowl of noodle soup.

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I failed at cooking this noodle at home and with their huge fire, they cooked about 45-1min before taking it out. Making the noodle very springy and just perfect!

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Meatball is done to perfection. I felt that it is homemade, as the meatball did not roll up too dense, yet a bit airy in between and cook to just right. Not too hard yet soft and juicy. A hint of strong white pepper taste is prominent even the taste of tom-yum is pretty solid already.

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Topping egg yolk into it is to make it more creamy and after mixing the whole bowl, it will tone down the spiciness and the soup turns slightly creamy.

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A simple meal that will knock you off. A flavour that will makes you satisfy. I am good with this. A famous street food in Kepong.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, good. pretty good and decently price -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Mama Mee 夜宵食堂 @ Kepong Baru
Jalan Kepong Baru,
Kepong Baru, 52100 Kuala Lumpur
(Same row as Kei Tak Sek-Kepong) 2 mins walk

Operating  hours: 6.30pm – 12am

Location 2:
Blk P/B 111, Jalan Kaskas (Jalan Kaskas)
56100 Kuala Lumpur, KL

My best friend is craving for Thai food and this place was recommended by Bangsarbabe. Since the discovery of Moobaan Thai at Taman Desa, my friend had converted as one of their regular customer.  She at least visited this place twice a week.

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Mooban Thai is a small eatery shop that serve quite near authentic Thai Street Food and also found out that the shop is run by a Penang kia.

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Menu is rather straight forward where the options are pretty clear and price is very decent.

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Pad Kra Prao Moo (Stir Fried Mince Pork with Thai Basil leaves) @ RM 15. Love the punch of flavours with wok hei and it is good. Generous portion too.

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There are many versions of Phad Thai and this I quite like it. It is slightly on the moist side yet it is very fragrant. Love the aroma of the little mix of peanut and top with chili flakes just enhance the flavour of it. Reminds me one of a street hawker that I ate at Hatyai.

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Tomyum Nankon @ RM 15 is filled with pork slices. Amount of meat in there is alot! and it is really alot! Slightly creamy on the soup base which gives you the aroma of the lemon grass, the Thai leaf and mild spiciness that pairs well with it.

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Fried Kang Kung is normal as it is.

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Gaeng Kiaw Wan Gai (Green Curry Chicken) @ RM 12. Love the creamy mild spicy green curry to my liking. Just a bowl of this curry and a big bowl of rice, I can just finish it all and will be a satisfying meal.

I have also tried their Boat noodle just at RM 6 and it is recommended too. Great stuff!


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, great food and decently price. Recommended!.-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Moobaan Thai
No.15, Jalan Bukit Desa 5,
Taman Bukit Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur

Moobaan Thai Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Thai Camp is one of a hidden joint in Taman Paramount that serve Authentic Thai Street Food. It is not that hard to locate the shop as the shop is facing the main road.

**Updated Aug2022: They have moved to new location. (check end of post)

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Lunch time here is pack with hungry hunters from offices around. Their menu is rather straight forward that offer mostly Thai Street Food.

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Thai Ice Milk Tea (Cha Yen) @ RM 4.90

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Thai Pork Satay (Moo Ping) @ RM 9

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Fried Pork Pop (Moo Sab Tod) @ RM 8

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This is one of the most unique street dish as Thai Camp Curry Noodle (Kao Soi Kai) @ RM 8.90 consider one of a dish that you should order. This is sort of like our Curry mee but in Thai Version. Filled with slightly tomyum base chili and mix of curry that is slightly creamy to give this taste very unique and add on their version of fried noodle with crispy texture.

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Seafood Tomyum noodle @ RM 8.90. A decent mild spicy tomyum noodle.

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Stir Fried Mince Pork + Holy Basil (Phad Ka Prao Moo) @ RM 8.90. Simple street dish that is fried with wok hei.

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Special Pork Leg with Rice (Kao Ka Moo) @ RM 8.90. This is one of my favourite as with such a price, this is pretty good meal for lunch where pork is so soft and add on with salted veggie at the side is just perfect.

For such pricing and food quality, I certainly will be coming back.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, pretty good Thai Street Food.-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-


Thai Camp
No.3, Jalan Perisa 2,
Taman Bukit Indah,
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Monday – Sunday | 8am – 12am |

Tel: 017-5266 350

Thai Camp Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

I am sure many of you are familiar with this brand Sangkaya, hail all the way from Kuala Lumpur which is our proud local made products. Original plan started off to be toast and kaya product that had made them ended up with Thai Coconut Ice cream. Started off with a mini stall at this famous street Jalan Alor in year November 2014, along with a huge buzz from local media and bloggers for this famous Thai inspired street coconut ice cream had made its mark to many foodie that is one of a top dessert to hunt for. Since then, Sangkaya have emerge as one of the most famous Coconut Ice Cream in the industry.

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Till date, this famous brand have grown to a huge franchise chain with current standing of 39 outlets all over Klang Valley and some other states where they just started from a small stall at  Jalan Alor. Since January 15th, their small stall have now migrated to their new flagship outlet that just opens its door to public that offer more products now.

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This is their new cafe ice cream concept that offering some new desserts and coffee.. 

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This is their classic menu with range from their Signature @ RM 10.50 with 4 scoop of ice-cream where most of us is having, along with Cup 3 scoop @ RM 7.30 and cone @ RM 3.10.

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My usual is The Signature @ RM 10.50 that we get to diy our own 3 toppings. Usually I have their coconut ice cream as this round, I choose 2 of their new flavours which is Cha Yen and the other flavor is

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Here you go on some of their new upcoming products, with Caramel Pudding with 2 flavour ice cream of your choice.

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Waffle at RM 7.20 would be my choice as I find the belgium waffle to my liking, slightly crust on the outside and inside it is soft. Certainly pairs well with their signature coconut Ice cream and dress with their home made gula Melaka.

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Another two things which is new to me, one pair as below their new SangCoffee which is long black with infuse coconut and SangLatte also infuse with coconut milk. Totally prefer their Sang Black as love the strong coffee taste and a hint of refreshing coconut taste at the end. Certainly a more unique cup of coffee compare to other cafe. Found out that its a local blend coffee beans. 

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Another product that is new to me is this Sangkaya Cendol @ RM 10.50. Serve with their signature coconut ice cream, topped with grass jelly, corn, peanuts, Gula Melaka and coconut Flesh. (They do not have red bean in their version)

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Other than their Signature Coconut Ice Cream which is the crowd favorite, you should try out their Coffee and waffle. No doubt, this Famous Sangkaya Coconut Ice Cream had attracted many foodie from local and internationally.

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 8/10 ,love both their coffee and signature ice cream. Recommended! -Stamped-

-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Sangkaya Ice Cream & Cafe
Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours: 11am-2am Daily

Sangkaya Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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