Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Superthai @ Damansara Uptown

Superthai fulfils its pledge of serving 'appethaizing cuisine' - expect robustly hearty Thai-inspired offerings with tantalising twists: try the basil leaf fried minced pork (RM17), potentially our favourite rendition of this classic recipe in the Klang Valley, an ultra-guilty indulgence heaped with a secret weapon - loads of crunchy pork lard that bring on irresistible bursts of extra flavour & texture. We're also immediate fans of the stuffed squid, swollen with a winningly tender-savoury paste of pork & fat (RM20).

The menu is protein-packed, ranging from soft-bone chicken knuckles, rarely spotted in Thai eateries, served fresh & hot for compulsive snacking (RM18), to the crowd-pleasing crispy omelette (RM12). But the limelight ultimately belongs to pork - the braised pork belly (RM22) &  the monumentally succulent flame-grilled pork neck (RM27). Bring along a bottle of wine.

Superthai Restaurant
29, Jalan SS21/1A, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya. Open for lunch & dinner, closed Mondays.

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12 comments:

  1. The squid looks awesome! And the grilled pork neck too, yum. :D

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    1. CK: i gobbled up all of the squid! :D and the pork neck was super-tender ;)

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  2. Ooooooo....that cute kid in the first pic. Gucci...gucci...gucci... LOL!!! Gosh!!! Those stuffed squids look absolutely heavenly. Anything Thai, count me in!!! Yum yummmm!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, yeah, i took a shot without noticing that he was in the photo ... and only realised it much later ... but yep, definitely an adorable toddler ... i like how this place does a lot of dishes that are different from the typical thai outlets :)

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  3. Bring a bottle of wine? I assume that no corkage charged?? Yay!!!!

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    1. Leo: heheh, so far, corkage seems to be waived, and hopefully they'll continue that policy! :)

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  4. The name says it all....appethaizing cuisine! :D The omelette looks super crispy on the edges...yum! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: it was impossible to resist ordering the omelette .. And there are quite a number of other dishes here that I'm also still curious about :)

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  5. One entire squid stuff with pork!

    Lovely. I've been looking for more Thai places which serves pork, my better half likes Thai food and a lot of places are pork free and we prefer some pork in the mains.

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    1. Huai Bin: yes, that squid is certainly one of the more memorable creations here! ;) this place has the potential to be a crowd-pleaser - and at least one-third of its menu comprises pork :D

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  6. Pork lard make everything taste extra delicious, agree?

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    1. Choi Yen: yes ... pork lard, the magic ingredient, the secret weapon! :)

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