Kok Thai Restaurant @ Kinta City

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On my last week working in NCS I was fortunate enough to join my first and also last team building event in Gua Tempurung, Perak. I will post up some photos of the caves if possible later. Kok Thai restaurant in Kinta City was the place where we had our lunch.

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The restaurant is quite classy and had a big shark fin displayed at the counter. There were many people having lunch, even at 2pm.

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First dish to arrive was White Carrot Soup. Nothing much to comment on this.. just drink only lol.

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Then came the shocker, a HUGE plate of Pai Kuat Wong. The pork ribs were stacked like a small hill.. so much that the 9 of us cannot finish the dish. I liked the dish a lot because they really used pork ribs (as the name implies) instead of pork.

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Hou Si Fatt Choy had sea cucumber, mushroom, oysters and fatt choy cooked in a claypot. This should be a quite expensive dish because of the ingredients
used.. tastes great too.

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The fried fish was covered with sweet, sour and spicy sauce. It reminded me of a Malay dish, called Ikan Tiga Rasa which I used to have back in my University days.

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The prawns were fresh and good but I liked the deep fried butter strands more, they tasted very sweet!

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Bleh food with bleh photo. This is chicken cooked with a LOT of ginger.. hated it, yucks. I think it was left pretty much untouched as soon as everyone had a taste of it lol.

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Dessert – Longan syrup, it was very diluted.. eh waitress you added too much water :P

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Another dessert – Kaya Puffs. They were still warm and crunchy so they should be freshly made. Good stuff, too bad I can only have a piece.

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