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Good For
Private Party
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcohol served
Catering
Pork-free
VIP room
Restaurant Website
http://www.seacuisine.com.my
Signature Dishes
Stir Fried Beef With Black Pepper Sauce Mango Salad Prawn Stir Fried Beef With Black Pepper Sauce Tom Yam Prawns served with Fire Pot
Review (12)
Level4 2013-09-05
119 views
กรุงเทพฯตอนเย็นดี……Too much Thai restaurant claiming authenticity on their menu. Good evening Bangkok is nonetheless one of the many. When visiting the restaurant, I decided to invite a Thai friend along. According to her, dishes here was not great, raather palatable.We really look forward to the tom yum soup for she has been claiming that Malaysia lack lots of chili and spices in their soup. True indeed, the soup we ordered burns my throat as it travels down my oesophagus. Malaysian style tom yum lack a little of that sensation. Nothing from when it’s in the mouth, but as it travels down your stomach, you feel the burning sensation.There is a fair ingredient inside the soup. Prawns, fish, squids and mushrooms. To my disappointment, lack freshness. The squids and fish may not be too obvious to consumers but prawns are obviously soft . But I have to say, the soup was really rich in milk. Creamyly spicy. Lots of serai giving lovely fragrant. They were finely chopped, I suppose to increase surface area to mass ratio. Hence, it’s quite annoying to some point when drinking the soup with finely chopped substances in it.When ordering, almost 70% of dishes on the menu were hot and spicy. So we figured that we should order at least one dish that is not spicy. Therefore, we ordered sweet and sour chicken in yam basket. I supposed the chicken were not freshly made upon ordering, but prior to that. It was coated with flour, thick coating of flour and that really gives a hard texture to the chicken. The sweet and sour sauce was delightfully rich with lots of chopped garlic. There is capsicum, carrots, baby corn, green pea,cashew nut and grapes. Yes, grapes in sweet and sour chicken. Rather peculiar combination, but the tangy combination with the sweet and sour gravy is amazing. It was a pity that their chicken was coated with thick flour. Gives a bad texture to the chicken.Next is the fish. We ordered a chef recommended dish, the pla gao sam rod. That is a deep fried garoupa with Thai three flavours sauce in English. The sauce is indeed savoury. Fish is very fresh. However, to my disappointment the deep fried took a little longer than required. Resulting in, a very dry texture of the fish. After a about a quarter serving, I got a little tired having to chew so hard on the fish. I guess they tried a bit too hard making the fish crispy. Or maybe they coat it a little too much with flour.Finally, the best part of every meal- dessert. All time Thai favourite, the water chestnut in coconut. Chestnut coated with colouring flour, with nangka strips in coconut and ice. Chestnut was chilled before serving. Chilled and scrumptious with mild natural sweetness from chestnut alongside nangka makes this dessert delightfully appetizing.Lastly, not forgetting the beverages. They serve a wide range of beverage, nothing out of the extraordinary. But as always, jasmine green tea…my favourite. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-12
13 views
这个芒果糯米饭反而味道就是比较普通了。我觉得关键还是糯米饭的熟的程度还有就是芒果的甜度,这里的糯米饭蒸到刚刚好,粘度刚刚好但是米粒也还是粒粒分明,椰浆味道很浓郁。 continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-30
14 views
When comes to Thai food, you can never run away from sweet and sourish. The same thing goes to their sauce. For their dumpling, they wrapped it until very nice. The presentation everything is nice. As usual the dipping sauce taste sourish and sweet too. The crispy dumpling taste and bite nice to eat with the sauce. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-12
24 views
I always find thai food a little too predictable, its either spicy or sweet and the three most common dishes you find on the menu is tom yum, pineapple fried rice and red ruby. I was rather skeptical when the waitress suggested the tom yum soup but I gave the benefit of doubt and ordered a bowl to try. The pepperish taste was mostly covered by the herbs in the soup and it was rather clear unlike most soups which is murky. The prawn was huge and juicy and the mushrooms soak up the essence of the soup. continue reading
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Was thinking of having a Thai Delights and we went for Good Evening Bangkok which is situated on the ground floor of 1-Utama Shopping Complex. The shop is located nearby the Rain Forest area. Em.. having our salary out, we went there for a better meal and here we goes on the meal ordering.Here comes my set 1, which is the Hot Basil Leaves Set. The set comes with the stir fried minced chicken with hot basil leaves. You can choose to have chicken or beef up to your preference. Besides, it also comes with tomyam seafood soup and a Thai fragrant rice with sunny side up and a iced lemongrass drink. The meal taste is quite nice but the tomyam soup is indeed spicy. continue reading
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