I guess it's being well promoted in food blogs, magazines and also among the neighbourhood.
The Thai Kopitiam in Taman Tun Dr Ismail or TTDI -Surisit Thai Kopitiam.
It's one of the gems hidden in the neighbourhood other than Mukha (next to Surisit) and Artisan Roast (at the row behind Surisit).
The interior was quite cosy and homey, just like our kopitiam but with ambiance lighting and cleaner environment.
Full house on Saturday night.
Actually because the weather was so hot that we need something to cool down, hence the upside down sequence with the main food.
Torb tim krob it is, RM6.90.
Refreshing and not too sweet.
It's only me and fangyee, so we ordered individual plates.
Khao Phat Sator Kung Heng, RM14.90.
What does that mean?
I have no idea if I was only shown with these words in the menu.
Don't worry, the menu is in English, and the dish is named something like Thai fried rice with petai, er well, I guess so la.
Anyway, the petai wasn't too powerful (a good news to non-petai-lover?), for us we need it to be stronger! The fried rice was ok, but the sambal was not as spicy as we wanted it to be.
Here's another food fetish of mine -ordering Phat Thai whenever I go to Thai Restaurant or the first visit to the restaurant.
The ingredients look authentic, and also the a-bit-wet noodles.
It was quite good (not the best yet) and the prawns were too many (I don't really take prawn) but I don't wanna waste them. So I ate but didn't manage to finish them as they weren't as fresh and juicy as they should be.
Oh I miss Bangkok~
We plan to come back to try the a la carte menu next time.
Let's hope for great food, and for the tom yam that we had to missed this time!
Surisit Thai Kopitiam
No. 17, Ground Floor,
Lorong Rahim Kajai 13,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,