Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Thai Food Times 2

My "lovely" friends who went to run in the The North Face 100 in Thailand last Saturday had so kindly tagged me in their photos when they were there. Lovely, aren't they? Especially since a few of them knew I had so badly wanted to do the race and suffer alongside them too! LOL

Anyways, their photos of the trip (and what they ate) sure made me crave for some Thai food so on Friday, the family and I went to Amarin.
I wanted to eat steam fish actually but since son didn't want to eat rice and opted for the dip dishes instead (tempura style veges and fish fillets); Hubby and I opted to just enjoy stir-fried prawns with petai and prawn mango salad and finished the meal off with water chesnut iced coconut (red ruby lah...)

It didn't satiate my cravings for Thai food so on Sunday, another trip for more Thai food but this time at a roadside makan place instead.
This time I got my steamed fish (siakap) and we ordered some tomyam soup and stir-fried kailans. For RM46.80, it sure hit the spot.

Burp.

20 comments:

  1. wah.. Amarin!! i've always "seen" this place in MV but never even go near.. nampak macam too high class for me dei~~

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    1. Yeah!!! Amarin again for the glam diners like Lina! I love this place and they are really good in cooking Thai food... I testified.

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    2. Aiyoh... I can only afford order maybe two dishes there anyway. LOL

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  2. and so kepunan for the Thai steam fish huh?? hahahaha.. i guess if you ordered that in Amarin, the fish itself may cost you more than what you paid on Sunday lah.. hihihi ^^

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  3. muhahahaha....keciannnnnn........ faster get well la

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  4. Home DIY la the steam fish. ...but but but...makan ramai-ramai baru syok right :p

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    1. Nahhhh.... not the same feeling. Lol

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  5. That reminds me I haven't had Thai food for a while. I usually will look forwards to the kerabu :)

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  6. As I love to eat spicy Thai dishes often and they are not cheap, so I often ate at the Rimbun's reaturant which serve nice spicy ulams and similar dishes.
    I think I have eaten only 3 times at Amarin.

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  7. Hahaha your friends are awesome! I would do the same, every time I travel for work and have sashimi at what I think is the best Japanese restaurant in Malaysia, I will take photos, upload to FB and tag my Jap food loving colleague! :D :D

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    1. They didn't tag me because of the food though.

      They tagged me because I wanted to join them for the 50K race. LOL

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  8. Haha... Amarin looks too high end for me too, so I have not walk in... ahhhhh.. now i want thai food too!

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