3
4
0
Level4
579
1
2014-02-05 165 views
At first we came all the way to Raja Uda to eat the famous Koay Teow Ting at 7 Village Noodle but the shop was closed by 5pm so we ended up at Khuntai which has a very village feel. We ordered the spicy red seafood tom yam soup. The tom yam was very worth it as although it cost RM 23, the portion was very big and there was a lot of octopus inside. I should not have ordered Steamed Octopus (RM14) I had known there was so much octopus inside the tom yam soup. But the steamed octopus sauce was incr
Read full review
At first we came all the way to Raja Uda to eat the famous Koay Teow Ting at 7 Village Noodle but the shop was closed by 5pm so we ended up at Khuntai which has a very village feel. We ordered the spicy red seafood tom yam soup. The tom yam was very worth it as although it cost RM 23, the portion was very big and there was a lot of octopus inside.

I should not have ordered Steamed Octopus (RM14) I had known there was so much octopus inside the tom yam soup. But the steamed octopus sauce was incredible and sour.

Since we wanted to keep some space for supper later, we ordered the Prawn Claypot Glass Noodle (RM18) which was just ok. The noodles was cooked in quite dark sauce.

The Thai coconut was also very sweet. I ordered the warm chrysanthemum which luckily was not that sweet.

There were also an auto and also some decorations on display so patrons can take pictures.
97 views
1 likes
0 comments
84 views
1 likes
0 comments
82 views
1 likes
0 comments
86 views
1 likes
0 comments
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Post
DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2014-02-02
Spending Per Head
RM65
Recommended Dishes
  • Tom Yam
  • Steamed Octopus