Let’s eat out…

I did not feel like cooking last Friday after we got back from bringing my girl home from her school in the jungle for the week-long Chinese New Year holidays so we decided to go somewhere for a nice dinner instead. Besides, I gathered that she had gone down by a kg because what she got in her lunch packs from her home catering service there all week was not to her liking.

We thought the fish here was great – their sweet & sour fried sea bass..(RM48.00)

Sakhon sweet & sour fish

…so we decided to go for it again and yes, we sure enjoyed it a lot again this time around.

We tried the stir-fried prawns with salt and chili (RM20.00)…

Sakhon prawns

…and that was good too and so was their baby kailan with garlic and salted fish (RM15.00)…

Sakhon baby kailan

We did not order any tom yam so we were not that keen on having any plain rice. Instead, we ordered their pineapple fried rice (RM18.50)…

Sakhon pineapple fried rice

…which was so very nice that my girl kept praising it to the skies and of course, we let her have the lion’s share since she enjoyed it so much. The serving was not very big, maybe enough for two together with another dish or two – my girl said she wouldn’t mind dropping by here and order this dish and eat it all by herself, like how people go for a plate of noodles or whatever elsewhere.

We certainly would come here again sometime and in case anyone is thinking of dropping by over the Chinese New Year festive season, they are open throughout while many places around here would be closed.

SAKHON THAI RESTAURANT (2.308351, 111.820696) is located at No. 67 & 69, Jalan Kuda 2, Kampung Nangka, right across from Cabe Ijo in the next block, both facing the main entrance of Bisonte Grocer & Deli.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

6 thoughts on “Let’s eat out…”

  1. Food looks really tasty! I have often seen pineapple fried rice being sold as a one complete dish on its own like fried rice. Does this restaurant sell the red ruby dessert?

    Yes, we do have it at some Malay places though I am not too sure how authentic theirs may be. For one thing, they use a regular gas cooker so it is not hot enough, no wok hei fragrance.

    No, they do not have red ruby here, just mango sticky rice and that does not come cheap. They have one other dessert, I think – tried once but it did not tickle my fancy.

  2. All the food look good, I can eat Pineapple Fried Rice on its own without any dishes

    Provided it is good. The one at my favourite Thai place here, now closed, wasn’t really great – that was why we never ordered this there, just their pad Thai.

  3. All the dishes looks great. I would love the sweet and sour fried sea bass and greens to go with plain rice instead of pineapple fried rice.

    No worries, you can order a plate of plain rice anytime if you are thus inclined, just that we were not all that hungry after our rather late lunch at Sugar Bun when we got back into town that afternoon. Last visit, we had their pad Thai so we decided to try their pineapple fried rice this time around.

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