There aren’t that many Thai restaurants in Klang area, Pim’s Thai Seafood Restaurant located at 23 Lorong Batu Nilam 21B, Bukit Tinggi 2, 41200 Klang recently opened for business to served authentic tasting Thai dishes in Klang.
Unlike most other Thai restaurants; upon entering Pim’s Thai Seafood Restaurant; you might have mistaken that you are entering a cafe instead. This is because the owner would like to set a new trend for its customer to enjoy these dishes in a modern and comfortable setting.
So, how authentic these Thai dishes will turn out to be; we were told that all the Chef is from Thailand and most of the ingredients and condiments used to cook these dishes are specially sourced from Thailand too.
To start off our review, we had a few Thai appetiser which the first is theTod Man Gong Signature Fried Donut Prawns (RM18.90). We understand that the prawn is cut into little pieces and mix with the fish paste and then coated with a special batter before it is sent for deep frying. The result, you get a crisp skin while the paste has a firm texture which we like. Best eaten with the Thai Chillies sauce.
Next is the Gong Ga Bang Thai Prawns Pancake (RM18.90). The filling of the prawn fish paste is spread onto the pancake roll and sent for deep frying. Like this too.
The last starter that we had is the Thai Roasted Pork (RM21.90). It is quite different from the Chinese Roast Pork (Siew York) in that the whole piece of pork are deep fried to a crisp much like a fried chicken.
|Seafood Tom Yum Pot 3-5 pax RM158.00
The main highlight of the Pim’s Thai Seafood Restaurant Bukit Tinggi has to be the Pim’s Super Seafood Tom Yum Pot (3-5 pax) RM158.00 consists of Crayfish, Tiger Prawns, Prawns, Hokkaido Squid, Duck Eggs, Mushrooms, Fishballs, Scallops, Thai Instant Noodles topped ith a fresh egg and Pim’s Tom Yum Kung. We love the flavourful broth and it marries well with the abundance of seafood that is used to cooked this Tom Yam.
One of the interesting thing about this dish is that there are instant noodles which are added to the broth. Apparently, this cooking method is quite popular in Thailand too. It was a first encounter for us to eat this style. Nevertheless for instant noodles fans; you will surely love it. Also for the soup, you can get Free Refill to your heart’s content. We were told that the soup is not pre-made in a bulk but on-demand basis; so that you can really get to taste it as freshly made as possible.
The next mains that we had the Pa Meng Pad Kai Kem Stir Fried Sotong In Salted Eggs (RM22.50). Like the fresh bouncy white squid. The salted eggs sauce that is used to cooked has a tinge of sweet taste.
While the last mains is the Kang Tod Ka Tiam Deep Fried Crayfish With Garlic (RM39.00). This dish is a little bland for us, but will be great eaten with a glass of cold beer as an add-on.
If you still have stomach room after all those seafood, you can try out the Pad Thai Noodles (RM18.90) too.
For desserts, we had Jelly in Coconut (RM7.90). It is a nice and cooling end to our review, We love the natural coconut taste of the jelly.
Now, you have another option of some real Thai food at Pim’s Thai Seafood Restaurant Bukit Tinggi Klang.
Pim’s Thai Seafood Restaurant Bukit Tinggi Address
23 Lorong Batu Nilam 21B, Bukit Tinggi 2, 41200 Klang