Sunday, November 17, 2013

Kok Thai Signature Dishes

Mention Kok Thai to my son and he will exclaim... "Not again???" Yes, again and again, my family including my siblings, we go to Kok Thai restaurant more often than the other restaurants. My mother loves to go there so many times we obliged, maybe it is due to their reasonable price and the dishes "match" with her taste buds... hahahaa...

This time it was my sister's treat.... she has something happy to celebrate about... hahahaa... A simple dinner she said but to me, it was more than a simple dinner... the food was simply fabulous as usual... well, do not go so frequently and you will find the food as tasty as always... 
  
Fried Crispy Chicken 
(Sing Lei Kai)
Braised Beancurd with gingko nuts....
 This is my favourite dish...
Claypot Seafood (vegetarian)
This is certainly non-vegetarian... 
Braised Trotter 
4 types of vegetable with sambal belacan...
(Sei Tai Tin Wong)
Assam Seafood Curry
6 Big Dishes for 10 People
And the bill came to around RM200 plus..
I think it is a good deal...


Kok Thai Restaurant

56-64 Lebuh Medan Ipoh, Bandar Baru Ipoh

(+60) 554-6840


20 comments:

  1. Fabulous dinner. All looks so good and portion is huge. Only RM200 plus, that is dirt cheap.

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  2. Irene: dirt cheap... hahahaa.. yes, yes!!

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  3. Claypot seafood looks good, so does the assam curry :D

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  4. Yeap it is a good deal and a great feast over there... I would love to eat the claypot seafood lor.

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  5. Worth it lar the price. Look at the Sei Tai Tin Wong - got asparagus sum more...

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  6. Assam seafood curry also looks so sedap, must mark down this Kok Thai restaurant.

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  7. Crispy chicken and of course, the pig trotters - my picks! Not too crazy about the assam curry, the colour's kind of yellow...or maybe it's because you use flash. Looks better in the last pic.

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  8. Oooooo the trotters look so sinful. Yes really reasonable price. So much yummy food.

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  9. Kok Thai sounds familiar, there was a Kok Thai here in Taiping last time, hehe~

    Those dishes are quite common too~

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  10. wat ever the shop name, BRING ME THERE!!!

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  11. ken: yes, they go well with rice.. :)


    angeline: time and time again, I would love to order again..

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  12. Angeline: But dont go during wedding season! hahaha... nowadays lots of weddings, best to go during weekdays..


    stp: a piece of this and that will also make me full already.. but the claypot, I can take many pieces! haaha..

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  13. mun: yes, i cannot take much of that... :) can put on lots of weight! hahaha..


    hayley: they are the common dishes in Kok Thai...


    WK: hey, you have been there la!! forgotten liow?


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  14. I know they do, Sharon.. hahaha...

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  15. sure there is a reason why your mom loves to go there.. the first photo i saw, already make me drool lah, that chicken looks so yummy!! crispy skin and juicy meat, i like, haha!! and then the beancurd, the claypot and the assam fish, fuyoh, beh tahan love them lah.. and the bill was just RM200+, cheap lah for 10 person..

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  16. SK, if price is reasonable and food is nice, my mom sure loves to go...

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  17. Haha! I know what you mean, I eat at the same place for lunch every single day coz I like it! :)

    Except weekends that is.

    My parents have a favorite restaurant, and they'll always go there when they eat out.

    RM 20 per pax is pretty reasonable for dai chow with dishes like those. It's not super cheap but the fish looks delicious!

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  18. cham lor...ngo sei ngor la....so good the food there

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  19. HB: yes, as long as the seniors like it, that is all that counts..


    kathy: hahahaa.. come, lets go!!

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