Sambal Belacan Brinjals with Dried Shrimps (RM11.00/USD3.50) – Easily one of the BEST dish that afternoon, this scarily greasy and laden with guilt dish warrants an order not so much for the fried brinjals (also known as aubergine, eggplant) but more for the irresistible toppings.
Now it has always been made known to the world that Malaysians love to eat. And that the country is a haven for food lovers. You get a mixed bag of interesting cuisines under one roof (if you’re dining in food courts and in the malls), or even fusion of cuisines within the same premise (cafes, bistros, and even the new age ‘mamak’ stalls like SS2 Murni).
Throughout the same day, one might have been blessed with choices of having nasi lemak for breakfast (Malay), Char Kuey Teow for lunch (Chinese) and Tandoori with Naan for dinner (Indian). Without even realizing how fortunate are we to be granted with delicious alternatives rather than having meat, potatoes and bread throughout the day.
Thai Corner is a restaurant in PJ new town with an external facade bearing a rather unpalatable outlook; but with rehashed interior renovations providing a much-needed facelift. Their forte? Thai cuisine of course. Read the rest of this entry »