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Thai Grill OK Mar 19, 2014   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant

 
Thai Grill, a more upmarket stop, nestled in what seems to be the basement of the Tropicana Golf & Country Resort's clubhouse.

 
Crispy-fried skewered turkey (!), a satisfactory treat with thick Thai chili sauce.

 
Steamed mussels, always a pleasure if they're as fresh as the ones available here.

 
Start with chicken feet salad, filled with gelatinous goodness (bone-free, mercifully), tossed with tomatoes, onions, chili & lime juice.

 
"Hor mok," the seafood custard-souffle that we can never resist ordering.

 
Salt-cooked freshwater fish, a little bit muddy-tasting but reliably fleshy.

 
Thai Grill serves no pork but makes up for that with wine.
 
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Dok Bua Thai Café & Mart OK Mar 19, 2014   
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Categories : Western variety | Stall / Warung | Sweets/Snack

 
Dok Bua, a sedately casual & stubbornly frills-free destination in Ara Damansara.

 
Pork's our pleasure here, clocking in at reasonable prices: A serving of 'moo pa lo' (meat & egg stewed with five spices) that two can share costs RM10.

 
Also worthwhile at Dok Bua, which seems to be run mainly by Thai men: Roasted glass noodles, hearty with a choice of either pork or shrimp (RM10) ...

 
Kinda like a Thai cross between tau yew bak & bak kut teh. Could be more richly aromatic, but it's fine for what it is. Enjoy with steamed white rice.

 
... plus a nicely mild Panang pork curry (RM12) that could nevertheless be creamier with more coconut milk, but now we're simply nitpicking.

 
 
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Pooi Kee Roast Duck Restaurant OK Mar 19, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant

 
Next on our fowl itinerary: Pooi Kee, where charcoal-roasted duck rules the roost.

 
Pooi Kee offers no fewer than three types of roast duck: one swimming in a light sauce, the second sprinkled with sesame seeds & another soaked in angelica herbs.

 
Not bad at all; drumsticks cost RM12 per plate, while half a chicken sells for RM20.

 
Bentong-style claypot duck with ginger's also worthwhile, though the cuts seem bonier here.

 
Veggies galore, from sour to soupy, leafy to crunchy (the beansprouts are tasty).

 
Pooi Kee's pork is OK but not the highlight of this outlet.
 
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Choy Hi Restaurant OK Mar 19, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant

 
Choy Hi, which is slightly less busy but still seems to have a faithful following.

 
What's worthwhile here: Bean curd stuffed with fish paste, served steaming-hot ...

 
... plus boneless chicken in a thick apricot sauce that's addictive even if it might be artificial ..

 
Pei Pa roast duck; probably a B-minus in our book. The meat could have been fresher, juicier & better-tasting. Not a total fail, but not a big hit either.

 
Choy Hi also serves steamed chicken that may or may not be from Bentong; there's a vagueness to how the food is explained here.

 
Claypot 'water spinach' & the bounciest of fish balls wrap up our look at Choy Hi, where the hits make the misses tolerable.

 
wild boar curry that's lip-smacking in its creamy savoriness & the beloved three-egg steamed platter that's crowd-pleasing in a can't-fail fashion.
 
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WA Cafe OK Mar 19, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Café

 
Before leaving Pavilion, take the escalators four floors up to WA Cafe, where a Japanese barista has started serving this shopping mall's most satisfying coffee.

 
Colombian Arabica beans form the foundation for WA's lovable iced latte (RM11).

 
Also admirable: Hot matcha latte (RM10), potently aromatic with top-flight green tea

 
... & a deeply enjoyable roasted almond hot chocolate (RM11), both not-coffee beverages that make WA Cafe more than a coffee bar, come to think of it.
 
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