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Fiery Sensation At Sawasdee Thai Cuisine

NEXT TO CHINESE LOCAL FOOD, THE NEXT ON THE LIST IS THAI!  So when my friend called me to go to try this new shop selling Thai food, I did not hesitate at all.... For one, I do not know where it is and trying something new is always in my vocabulary.  Secondly, I love anything Thai, they suit my taste buds pretty well, but I was wrong..... This time I got "Burnt!"

This shop is quite far from my house, Bandar Cyber on the way to Simpang Pulai,  I am not familiar with the area... My friends fetched me and told me the landmarks but by now, I have forgotten what is what... hahahahaa.. I think Waze can only help me next time....

My friends managed to locate the place without any difficulty.... 
And as usual, we are always the "early birds".... 6pm is the best time to have dinner...
IN no time, our dishes were served.... 
Our favourite dish.. Kerabu Mango...
Oh, we ordered another appetizer... this one is Cold Chicken feet... 
Oppsss.... I could imagine a few grimacing at this dish now....
and saying "NO Thanks!"
hahahahaaa
One greens... Kailan with salted fish... 
These three came out first.... 
Cos the last dish needed time to steam.....
Yes, Steamed Fish Thai style....
An extra bowl of the Tomyam soup... for us to heat up in the pan....
Abundant food to feed at least four or five persons...
The bill came to around RM90 with fresh juices.... 
Overall, the food indeed was great...
But a small precaution though...
Before spooning into our mouth next time, 
Check out for those mini chilies embedded inside.... 
I "accidentally" bite a few and the "Burn" sensation was like.... 
FIRE!!
On the way home, I told my friends to stop by Haagen Daz's
I need THESE scoops to cool me down!
And they helped.... phewwwww....
Ok, secret unrevealed... It is only an excuse... 
I was actually yearning for these..... 
 No desserts, the evening is Definitely not complete....
Slurrppppp.... 

Comments

  1. You are wrong. I for one will never say NO to chix feet. I love all the food. Very yummy

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    1. hahahaa... so both of us run very fast eating chicken feet...!

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  2. I love the mango kerabu. And the steamed fish Thai style is the best. I love the sour, sweet and spiciness in Thai cuisine although I dont eat it that often.

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    1. Me too, cannot eat often.. too spicy for my system.. hahahaaa

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  3. Ha ha I prefer the mango kerabu. Drooling for the ice-creams!!!

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  4. Ooooo...I love Thai! I love kerabus, the more pedas the better. No green curry? Ummmm...chicken feet? No, thank you. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Got green curry, but didn't order.. couldn't take in so much...

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  5. Being an expert in eating Thai food, I could tell that the overall food was good there as the Kerabu Mango showed its perfection. I would prefer the red paste fiery Tom Yam soup sometimes. The one you had was the clear type. I think they easily have 7-8 types of Tom Yam soup in Thailand.

    You really got taste and class to feast on Haagen Dazs!!! Sedap lah!

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    1. I prefer clear type with lots of lemon... yummsmss!!

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  6. Love both the kerabu and anything Thai. Agree with you on the booby traps - must make sure not to bite or else mouth will be on fire!

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  7. I am scared of those chili padi too but the food if without chili padi looks very good. Ice cream, I can have them every day!

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  8. This is one of our favourite restaurants despite it being so far from our house. Next time u should try their pandan chicken and prawns in green curry....simply excellent! N their pineapple fried rice is also very good!

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  9. I want that chicken feet kerabu & tomyam soup !!! I prefer white tomyam like in your picture, than the red one.. Red one very spicy and oily sometimes.. But white one, sedappppp..

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    1. You are very right... oily and spicy not so good but nicer in presentation..

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  10. Tomyum soup and padthai are favorite thai food.. I love those..

    http://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com

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  11. I am one of those who will grimace at the cold chicken feet appetizer. But it is quite popular in the Thai eateries in Penang also lah... >.<

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    1. Yes, it is popular.. very springy.. hehehee..

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  12. YUMMY! I think after all my baking at school this week I need some good veggies. This food looks delicious.

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