This is a backdated post and I apologize for some of the photos. It was rather dim in the restaurant, I didn’t realise I was casting a shadow until the middle of the meal.
It was a small family affair, mostly of my aunties and uncle. Majority of my cousins didn’t turn up due to prior commitments. We sat at a long rectangular table and had to order 2-3 sets of everything so that it was within reach.
Here’s the phone number of the restaurant if you are interested. They do takeaways too.
My sister’s daily dose of coffee. My grandma ordered one too to wake her up.
Lime and lemongrass juice. Good for putting out the “fire”.
Tom yum seafood soup. It was spicy, in a good way. You could feel the heat traveling down your throat.
Prawn cakes and tang hoon soup. Both I didn’t try.
Pineapple rice. Pre-renovations, the restaurant served it with cashew nuts, now they replaced it with peanuts. However, the rice is still as good as ever. Very sweet and appetizing.
Same goes for the pad thai. This is the first time I tried it and definitely not the last.
The chicken wings were good as ever.
My mum ordered two kinds of fish–deep fried with Thai chilli and steamed in clear lime sauce.