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Thursday, 22 February 2018

Aman Suria Food | Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant

 Pim's And The Rama Authentic Thai Restaurant

Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant
Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant

Do you want to feel like a royalty, you can get a taste of the authentic Thai Palace cuisine right here at Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant located at 22 & 22A Jalan PJU 1/43, Aman Suria Damansara Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. 

Aman Suria Food Pims And The Rama Thai Restaurant

This is because the dishes served here are curated by an ex-chef from the Thailand Palace in Changmei. It is also the reason the restaurant named as Rama which symbolizes the Thai Royalty. You can see some of the Thai King photos which are decked on the walls of the restaurant too.

Pim's Cocktail Selection
Pim's Cocktail Selection

One of the prime factors for the restaurant is to be able to offer a truly Thai dining experience. Staying true to offer the freshest seafood which is sourced from Pulau Ketam and Klang, it offers diners with a value deal. For more information and promotion, you can check out Pim's And The Rama Facebook Page

 Fried Donut Prawns

Our review Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant started with an order of the Fried Donut Prawns (Tod Man Gong) (RM25.00). Consist of more than 80% prawn paste and 20% fish and deep fried to a crisp; it is a really nice starter to enjoy with a glass of cocktail or cold icy beer. The Chef has also included chop whole prawns to give this doughnut a nice bite texture.

Pim's Pandan Chicken

We ordered another starter which is Pim's Pandan Chicken (RM23.90). At Pim's and Rama; the chef uses the thigh meat which is more succulent. The preparation of this Pandan Chicken differs from others in that, the marinated chicken is steamed first before deep frying. The end result, your chicken meat is tender and juicy while it is crisp on the outside. This is how the authentic Thai does it.
Thai BBQ Grilled Pork Neck

Another appetizer you should try is the Thai BBQ Grilled Pork Neck (RM19.00). There is a high demand for this Pork Neck and it is not easy to get hold of a quality Pork Neck meat with a 70% meat and 30% fat which the Chef wanted. This pork neck is marinated overnight to ensure all the marinade seep deeply into the meat. It is prepared fresh daily and is available in a limited quantity. The secret to the great taste is in the Thai secret sauce that is served with the meat dish.

Thai BBQ Pork Stick Moo Ping

at Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant, there is another not to be missed Thai appetizer which is the Thai BBQ Pork Stick Moo Ping (3 pcs RM12.00). Unlike other restaurants, the Moo Ping here has a firm texture with the right balance of marinade and grill to a nice aromatic char.

Thai Super Seafood Tom Yum Pot

For the mains, we had the Thai Super Seafood Tom Yum Pot; loaded with fresh seafood which includes Crabs, Tiger Prawns, Crayfish, Squids, NZ Mussels, Clams, Scallops, Lala, Onsen Duck Eggs, Abalone Slice and Fried Soft Shell Crabs. 

Bedded with the popular Thai noodles and a strong flavour, enticing taste and aroma of the Tom Yum broth; this dish alone gets our appetite to overdrive.

Fresh Siakap Steamed With Chilli & Lime Soup

Our final dish is the Fresh Siakap Steamed With Chilli & Lime Soup (RM65.00). I really enjoyed this dish as the Siakap was very fresh and coupled with the tangy lime soup and with an induced spiciness from the chillies, it was very appetizing. Best eaten with a bowl of steamed white rice to scoop up all the broth. For an extra kick, you can opt to have a bottle of Chang Beer added to it. This will enhance a sweet flavour into the broth.

Aman Suria Food | Pim's And The Rama Thai Restaurant

For me, I especially enjoyed the starters dish served at Pim's and The Rama which are very original (remind us of the time we were in Bangkok tasting these Thai street delights) and worthy of its taste.

Pims Red Velvet Garden
Pims Red Velvet Garden

If you are one of those that enjoyed speciality cocktails, there are a few special offering at Pim's and The Rama, so do check out some of their offerings.

Pim's And The Rama Authentic Thai Restaurant Location Address Map

Friday, 7 July 2017

Kennys Food Cart @ Aman Suria Petaling Jaya Selangor

It's been quite some I have not patronised Kennys Food Cart stall located in the alley of Jalan SS2/4a, Taman Bahagia. 3 months ago, I bought my family to taste out the popular Teng Chai Chuk (porridge), and they really like this special porridge. We were told by Kenny that they will be relocating to a place in a month or two.

As my wife was an avid fan, we got news that they have moved to Aman Suria. They retain the food cart concept in this restaurant setup to provides its customer with a more comfortable atmosphere for dining in as compared to the stalls days where it is determined by nature.

Kennys Food Cart Address
K-G-11 Jalan PJU 1/43 Aman Suria
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Most of the food serve here are the same when they were at Taman Bahagia stall except for some adds on rice dishes. 

Of course, one must taste out the Signature Teng Chai Chuk (RM 8.00). The porridge has many condiments that are added into it which includes anchovies, fried nuts, lots of scallions, cut fried fish paste and century eggs.

The next porridge is the Fish Paste Porridge (RM 8.00). The porridge is served with a soft texture fish paste. 

There is a number of snacks food that is served at Kennys Food Cart among them are the Deep Fried Fish Paste (5 pcs for RM 4) which you can eat it with the porridge or noodles or on its own. 

Next, we had the Fish Head Soup Noodles (RM 9.50). At Kennys the fish head is fried to a deep crisp and served separately. My preference for Fish Head Noodles is for the fried fish to be cooked with the noodles as this will add more taste to the broth. 

Another one of the signature dishes is the Cantonese-Style 'Loh See Fun' (RM8.00) which is cooked in a sauce much like the Cantonese Ying Yeong but with a slightly bland taste. It is cooked with minced pork meat and topped with the Fried Dried Shrimp. I like the fried dried shrimp which has a slightly salty taste which blended well and gives a nice flavour to the mouse noodles.

One of the new addition is the Stewed Soy Chicken (RM 7.90) which is served with an egg and a bowl of rice. A meal all by itself.

You can also check out the other dishes of Kennys Food Cart menu as above.

Kennys Food Cart Address Location Map