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Makanan Thai Pek-Sak

>> Friday, March 27, 2009

Dear readers,

Really very sorry for the delay in posts...I've been busy & I admit that I've been procrastinating as well...unmotivated to blog of late...haven't really gone out for food...didn't really bother eating yummy stuff after long days at work...hahaha...but I'll do my best to keep the blog alive & kicking (with more good food places to recommend)!

Enjoy the read...and the eat! ;)

*****

Date: 22 March 2009, Sunday
Venue: Makanan Thai Pek-Sak, Sungai Buloh-Shah Alam
Occasion: Dinner with family
Overall comment: A place worth eating! Recommended ;)

This humble stall didn't occur to me as a place where I can get good food....and good Thai food some more...*umph* The food here is delicious, but the environment is surely not something to be boasted :P

As its name says, this place is more famous for their Thai-style food & their seafood! The bbq fish (ikan bakar) is pretty good, & so is their steamed fish & tom yam (which I have yet to try). My family was there for the 2nd time, & below are the items that we ordered that night :)

Street where the stall is situated


The Stall
It doesn't look like some 'wow' restaurant, but the food is certainly yummy & it's quite cheap :)

The Crowd
During peak hours, this is what you get...

You have to try this! Very spicy though...

This is how they bbq/grill their seafood! Old-school charcoal fire ;D

"Sotong Bakar" (around RM20.00)
It's actually not very expensive, considering the size of the squid! Just check out the size at the top photo...that's our squid!! We had a tough time finishing the dish...this dish is not very tasty, but the squid is surely fresh :)

"Ikan Pari Bakar" (around RM15.00)
Very meaty, very fresh...nice! It's grilled in a very simple way...but just yummy!! *drools*

Stir-fried Ferns with Sambal Belacan (around RM8.00)
If you haven't eaten this vegetable before, do try it. The belacan has a generous helping of dried shrimps, which made the dish really fragrant....highly-recommended for those who love belacan! :D

Here's the map to the stall...you've to zoom-in to see the exact location...

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I'll provide some general directions as soon as I get hold of my scribbles...lol...


Ratings:

Presentation: * * * 1/2
Price: * * * *
Environment: * * *
Taste: * * * *
Service: * * * 1/2


Overall:






- Ruth

4 comments:

Emily April 2, 2009 at 1:18 PM  

My friend once told me that that you need to visit Asian countries at least for their food varieties. I liked your post as I'm a voracious eater. Why don't you post some recipes?

Chiew April 2, 2009 at 7:11 PM  

Great Map Ruth...... Love the details

Yeong Shiong April 2, 2009 at 7:13 PM  

Great map Ruth...... Love the details

PerutBesi April 3, 2009 at 9:59 AM  

-> Emily: Hi Emily :) Thanks for your comment! What your friend said is very true...Malaysia, especially has loads to offer...we have from Msian food to Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese...the list goes on & on!! I'll try post some recipes when I come across any ;) Stay tuned!

-> Chiew YS: Hey there friend!!! It's been a terribly long time since I last heard from you! How've u been?? Thanks for your comment :) Stay tuned ya ;P

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