Cold weather permits hot & spicy food. Slurp.
The interior of Bangkok House is very different from other Thai restaurants – instead of incandescent lighting, they brightened the place with white lights, ceiling & walls.
Fried Chicken with Lemongrass, RM 15
Goes very well with the sweet & sour chilli sauce.
Tom Yam Seafood Soup, RM 18
I loved this! It’s not too spicy, not too sour – just perfect! Not surprised why this is one of their signature dishes.
Fried eggs with minced chicken, onions & chillies, RM 15
This dish sounded unique at first until it came with 3 Sunny Side up eggs.
The other dish without a photo was the kailan in oyster sauce (RM 8). I did try their lod-chong (RM 5), Thai version of cendol and it tastes like any other cendol you can find in Thai restaurants.
White rice: RM 2.50 per bowl
Chinese tea in pot: RM 5.50
All dishes above are in small portions; you can choose portions in medium or large as well. They do have individual dishes & they’re currently having a set lunch promotion starting from RM 9.90.
I’ll definitely return here to try other dishes. Like Pad Thai. Mmmm.
Bangkok House (opposite UMW Toyota Service Centre)
Lot C-13-1, 3 Two Square