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Thai Food At Lanna Thai Restaurant, Ipoh

BIRTHDAY FOR NOVEMBER BABIES...

A few of my ex-classmates arranged a dinner for two November "babies" cum "ladies"... this time the dinner was held at Lanna Thai, a newly opened Thai restaurant right in town, address is at Soho Ipoh 2, Jalan Sultan Idris Shah.  However a moment ago, I googled for this restaurant and discovered that there is one Lanna Thai opened in June 2006b at Ipoh Garden East.  Both having the same name, I wonder whether there are now two branches opened or it has shifted to town. 

Anyway, there were six of us for this evening's dinner and this place is the first time visit for us.  We were told that reservation is not encouraged, just be there on the first come first serve basis and that sounds good to me.  I used to pass by the restaurant whenever I go to town and it looks very impressive from the entrance.  "Must be fine dining"... I was thinking...
From the entrance... 
Taken from where we were seated... 
Everything looks new and nice... 
Pandan water for us... hot and cold... 
We ordered six dishes and they were out in no time... 
Very fast service.... 
Papaya salad to start off with.... 
Lemongrass Fried Chicken Wings...
I love lemongrass so this is a dish not to be left out... 
Phad Thai... 
Generous portion of squids...
Pineapple rice... big portion for us ladies...
Green curry with chicken meat.... 
No, it is not spicy...
I opted for a Seafood Clear Tomyam Soup... 
Very appetizing... 
I think I could finish the whole bowl... LOL....
Total cost for the 6 dishes... RM230 around that... 
And one of my friends made these desserts... 
Onde onde made from purple sweet potato and blueberries jam as filling... 
East meets West dessert! 
Ladies' night!
As usual, we must have one of this to remember!


Comments

  1. That is a lot of chili flakes on the pad thai dish. Very nice group photo of the 6 of you all.

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  2. I love Thai!!! Come! Come! Come to Sibu and I'll treat you to the lovely Thai delights at my favourite Thai restaurant here, authentic Thai chefs from Thailand, so very nice! Check out my blogpost tomorrow.

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  3. I have eaten at the older Lanna Restaurant which looked quite run down but food was very good. I hope they have shifted.

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  4. Thai food is one of my favourites, other than Japanese food. Price is reasonable.

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  5. A beautiful and fancy place! The pineapple rice looks so good, I will try to make it. Well, it ALL looks so yummy! You ladies are so beautiful!! You are all so pretty that they should have given you the food free!

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  6. Aiyo..see already so hungry! LOL!

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  7. Mouth watering post! Great food and great company with lovely ladies!

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  8. Wah ... another post on Thai food ! I need a fix now !

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