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A Wet Thai Restaurant @ Puchong

After reading Mei Yee’s Puchong Food Guide, I asked her to take me for Japanese buffet in Bandar Puteri Puchong. But she told me about this Thai place just across the road called A Wet Thai Restaurant. The restaurant name caught my fancy so I decided to try the food there instead.


Unless you live or work in Puchong, it can be a maze for those with poor direction sense. Good thing rif goes to Puchong for work at least once a year — he knew just where the restaurant was. Unlike most Thai restaurants in KL, this place is non-halal (yay!). Between the four of us, we shared the Thai Deep Fried Pork Trotter, Tom Yam Seafood Soup, Thai Deep-fried kangkung and Pandan chicken.

The pork knuckle was pretty good. Crispy on the outside with a moist centre, this tasted best when eaten with the Thai green chilli sauce provided. Portion was huge but since I was there, finishing this was an easy feat. Muahahaha! Otherwise, it’s best to share this with 5-6 people.

Our tom yam seafood came with a metal pot with a burner to keep it warm. Lukewarm tom yam is a no-no for me. Tastewise, it was adequately spicy, but I like my tom yam fiery hot and sour. The seafood was not the freshest I’ve eaten, but still decent in my books.

The batter-fried kangkung was addictive. Once you start, it’s hard to stop…until the plate is wiped clean. I liked that the batter wasn’t overly light, giving the vegetables a good crunch when bitten into. The light ones would just ‘melt in the mouth’. No-shiok.

I’ve never been a fan of pandan chicken, partly because the pandan leaf is a pain to remove. The other reason is because the chicken pieces tend to be drier that usual. A Wet Thai’s version was nice and moist, but I still wasn’t a convert. Give me green curry chicken anytime!

Instead of plain water, you are served pandan flavoured water which helps cool the body down from the heat. Pardon the lack of pictures; my camera battery died just as I took a picture of the pandan chicken. All in, the food was quite decent and prices were reasonable. I’m not sure how much each dish cost, but we paid RM90+ for all the above. Thanks for recommending this place to me, Mei Yee!

Ambiance: 5.5/10
Price: 6/10
Food: 6/10 (non-halal)
Verdict: Pretty decent Thai food, and it’s non-halal!

No.1, Grd Floor
Jalan Puteri 2/5,
Bandar Puteri,
47100 Puchong.
03-8060 5630


10 Responses

  1. Sean

    i think they've got another branch in cheras as well! but cheras is even more of a maze to me compared to puchong, heh :D

  2. Michelle Chin

    No green curry?

  3. Baby Sumo

    Batter fried kangkung is something new to me.

  4. J2Kfm

    Good stuff. Cheras one is Ahroy Thai I think? Same?

  5. Julian Si

    I want … PORK! :-) Thai Pork!!

    Have a great day :-)

  6. iamthewitch

    The pork knuckles were awesome! Can't believe we could finish the whole portion on our own!!! :)

  7. Bangsar-bAbE

    iamthewitch – That's cos I eat for two. LOL! We should do dinner again soon. :)

    Julian – Come back KL…or go to Bangkok!

    J2Kfm – I'm not sure about the Cheras outlet. But I heard it's also called A Wet Thai. :)

    Baby Sumo – Quite a few Thai restaurants serve this. Next time you spot one, order it to try. ;-)

    Michelle – No more stomach space for it. LOL

    Sean – Yeah, I'd rather get stuck in Puchong than in Cheras!

    1. Ginger Flower

      Hiya, u should try AhRoy Thai in Taman Segar Cheras. U can park at Leisure Mall. AhRoy is just next to Hong Leong Bank opposite the mall. I go there for 1 dish… Lemon grass thai salad. The other dish is nice but u can have better 1. I like AhRoy better then Ah Weit.:) Ah Roy also have some dish that we dont see on other menu. But i alwiz stick back to the usual.

      1. Bangsar Babe

        Thanks for the recommendation. Will keep this in mind. :)

  8. Tony

    What the father day dinner? Thought celebrating dinner at Awet Thai, puchong.. the person incharge here said ini tak ada , itu tak ada????
    Very frustrated …no time to go other place..

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