Thursday, March 11, 2010

MyThai @ Starhill


One of Starhill's mainstays, offering both traditional & innovative Thai recipes.


Yam Som O (pomelo salad with prawns, shallots, fried garlic, roasted coconut & peanuts in a sweet & sour chilli dressing). Can't go wrong with this.


Pu Ja (minced crab & chicken topped with salted duck egg yolk, deep-fried in crab shell). Would be better if the yolk had been creamier and more plentiful.


Gaang Panaeng Neur (creamy curry with lychee, crushed peanuts, coconut cream & beef tenderloin). Not too spicy, just the way we like it!


Tom Yam Omelette. An intriguing twist to the ordinary omelette; could have been softer and fluffier, but still tasty, with a subtle infusion of tom yam flavour.


Cocktails with Thai names (forgot what they were, though they contained words like "Phuket") but tasted typically Western.




MyThai,
Starhill Feast Gallery.
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13 comments:

  1. "Not too spicy, just the way we like it!"? Speak for yourself. :-P I found the curry overly sweet, actually.

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  2. Thai food is always about spicy :P try numbing your tounge few more times and you'll love everything that Thai has to offer

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  3. lemongrass: sweet curries are more pleasant than spicy ones! more lychees please! :D
    leo: heheh, i don't really mind the tongue-numbing, but the sweating is not cool =)

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  4. my thigh our ur thigh? (sorry .. brains a bit fried today.. and i smell burning ..eek, must be the carcinogens!)

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  5. ciki: fried brains! a french delicacy :D

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  6. urgh i dun really like lychees but hmm i have 2 pomelos at home. time to make a salad wid them!

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  7. new restaurant? if it doesnt burn, its not thai? hehehe

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  8. babe_kl: i like most fruit-based salads! pomelos seem to go really well with thai flavours, rite...
    joe: it's actually been around at starhill all these years, but it gets overshadowed by the other restaurants there. heheh, this is thai food for tourists, i think :D

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  9. You did Thai? I thought it was a complete no-no! This is useful for me though.. I've been spending way too much time in the Star Hill vicinity for a client, and I need all the help I can get to keep things interesting!

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  10. the Pu Ja got me "pu-jaing" it!
    God, did i jz made a corny bimbo statement?
    Blame it on the event of the nite.

    ok, puja as in BM puja u knw? worship? (BM kinda rotten..did i get it right?)

    ok, i should stop..not makin any sense.. its 2am. should.go.to.sleep.

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  11. min: heh, i do like thai salads and some curries, but i steer clear of tom yam! i love the bkt bintang area for food; there's lotsa good stuff to choose from!
    tng: haha, that's actually quite funny! :D hope u managed to get enuff sleep after that. i'm awake at 630am for silly reasons...

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  12. Looks like a nice place but the prices are cut throat ones right?!!

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  13. eiling: actually not toooooo bad. can still get away with a good meal for RM30-plus per person if order wisely

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