Wordless Wednesday : Vicchuda Tomyam & Seafood @ Damansara UptownJune 13, 2012 | 3,779 views
Sambal Paku Pakis, Tom Yam Campur, Telur Bistik & Ayam Masak Merah @ Vicchuda Tomyam & Seafood Restaurant, Damansara Uptown
And though not entirely ‘wordless’, here’s a short paragraph on the dinner experience at Vicchuda Tomyam in Damansara Utama (more popularly known as Damansara Uptown).
Not a new place or exciting discovery in every sense of the word, as Vicchuda has been around for some time and relatively renowned for their brand of Thai-inspired dishes (especially the Tom Yum Seafood Soup) and a wide selection of Malay cuisine; conventional choices like Daging Masak Merah, Siakap Masak Tiga Rasa, Udang Goreng Tepung and Ayam Paprik.
Nothing stellar based on the dishes we shared, yet we unanimously agreed that this could be THE Malay Tom Yam restaurant that sits a slight notch above the rest. Service was prompt, premise is a bit rundown yet being seated at the outer portion, we did not reek of grease or smoke after the meal.
Prices are pretty reasonable, within the medium range with nothing above RM20 per dish. Except the seafood dishes, of course. Parking’s a cinch on weekends or during dinner hours, but come on weekdays for lunch and you’ll probably lose a handful of hair. Or patience.
200 words flat. Whoops. I really need to practise self-constraint when writing short stories.
“Any good Thai-Malay Tom Yam & Seafood restaurants in KL/PJ that I should not miss?“
VICCHUDA TOMYAM & SEAFOOD (Halal)
24 Jalan SS21/35,
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opens from lunch hour until late night.