14 responses

  1. Apple Foodees
    January 5, 2011

    If this restaurant is in KL, I would dine here everyday. lol..Fresh seafood with an affordable price!

  2. jason
    January 5, 2011

    Tomyam RM6 only! In KL, maybe RM6 is per small bowl only… :(

  3. m0n pEt!t
    January 5, 2011

    I wish they would have a branch in JB.

    • vkeong
      January 5, 2011

      lol I wish they had a branch in KL!

  4. Michelle
    January 5, 2011

    How do you like your tom yam?

    • vkeong
      January 5, 2011

      I like the milky version more.

      • Michelle
        January 5, 2011

        Ah. okay. :D

  5. Konghulang
    January 7, 2011

    FYI, there are 2 types of Siakap, salt water & fresh water Siakap or usually calls “ikan kakap” in east coast. You can hardly find any fresh water siakap there, so there won’t be any hint of farmed taste.

  6. Han!h
    January 13, 2011

    certainly one of the best dining place that we in Kuantan always consider whenever eating out. The steamed fish in garlic lime juice is so delicious & tasty. One of the best tomyam in Kuantan too. A bit pricier compared to those in Tanjung Lumpur though. But still very worth it for their different high taste. =D

  7. samlee860407
    January 14, 2011

    RM6 for all the other 3 dish? man its really cheap!

  8. Thai Cook
    October 6, 2011

    Thai food is quickly growning in popularity. I encourage anyone to add a little diversity into their lives and try some today. Most dishes are sweet and spicy, beware of the spicy parts.

  9. mee wat
    October 9, 2011

    yet to try this place, but i can swear to u, as one penangite to another, do try ah Wah restaurant (Thai style) in Kuantan. the “pek sark” and assam chili fish is out of this world, even better than penang’s Thai food (eg: remember Pimpa?)!! highly recommended, too is the raw prawn (sang har, they call it, the actual Thai name sounds like Hokkien swear words)

  10. KKK
    February 29, 2012

    You should give a try to ” Khuntai Village Restauranti” at Jalan Gasing, PJ. The tomyan seafood there is really nice.. It will be even more fun if go with a groups of people. .

    • vkeong
      February 29, 2012

      Tried before, in fact went to three different branches (PJ, Butterworth & Kepong) before.. didn’t really like it. Thanks for the suggestion though

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