Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Review: Frame Thai @ Happy Mansion

Today's lunch was at Frame Thai, a shop run by Thai nationals.

Photo credit: Frog Whisper

Not gonna comment much, just one word: NICE!!!

This is Angie's meal. Thick Rice Noodle in Clear Soup (RM5)

My dish is called Fried Noodles with Soy Sauce (if I'm not mistaken). 
But anyways it's number 11 on the menu if you wanna try it out.   

A close-up. It's really scrumptious!
The serving is quite small, though.
It costs RM8.

Their menus are in Thai, with English translations. The people there don't speak much English, so better if you know some basic Thai if you wanna ask for anything. Angie was craving for BBQ Pork but it wasn't served anywhere, so she requested me to ask them. I squeezed my brains for some of the Thai words I learned in my 3 weeks in Thai last time and asked, "Wan ni mi mhu BBQ mai?" meaning "is there BBQ Pork today"? And she replied me something which I thought was no. Then she repeated "Phrung ni" (tomorrow). Maybe we'll go back tomorrow for BBQ Pork! *super excited* :)

Thank God I still understand these basics. It never hurts to learn a foreign language. You don't know when it'll come in handy.

CONCLUSION
Pros: Delicious!
Cons: A little expensive, given their delicate serving size.



Address:

Lai Thai Mini Market
AG-3, Block A,
Happy Mansion, Jalan 17/13,
Section 17, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
GPS: 3.124202, 101.634463
Hours: 10 am to 5 pm

UPDATE 31/12: Went back there today to try their soya bean and BBQ pork, and they are really tasty! The soya bean tastes more beany/milky and is totally different from Malaysian-made soya bean drinks. The BBQ pork is equal portions chewy, juicy and crunchy, covered with a generous layer of special sauce that enhances the taste. It's a must-try!

This is worth an upgrade in ratings


1 comment:

prudence yeo said...

Definitely great to know how to speak a foreign language, can't agree more!Wishing you a great 2015!

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