What are you looking for?
ParaThai, Mitsui Outlet Park

ParaThai, Mitsui Outlet Park

I’ve been eating a lot of Thai food lately, from my two recent trips to Phuket and even when I’m back in KL. It’s strange really; that I can’t ever get sick of Thai cuisine and I don’t see any reason why I would. There are so many varying flavours in this cuisine and no seafood tom yum is the same!

P1090510

Thai iced tea

There’s plenty of “firsts” for ParaThai – being the first Thai restaurant under Paradise Group Malaysia and it’s located in the first Mitsui Outlet Park in Malaysia. The décor is modern, playing with raw timber and concrete to create that gallery look and feel.

P1090470

Thai iced coffee

P1090473

Thai iced green tea

ParaThai serves halal Thai food and the menu focuses on fresh herbs, authentic flavours and hearty portions. The Thai iced tea (RM9.90) is thick and creamy, just the way it should be. I also really enjoyed the Thai iced green tea (RM9.90) as it was very fragrant and just as rich in flavour.

P1090465

Mieng Kam

Mieng Kam (RM18.90) makes an ideal starter as the combination of betel leaves with condiments and shrimp paste whets the appetite and prepares one for more. It’s a great option for those dining in a group of four or more, as there’s plenty to go around.

P1090477

Ruam Khong Wang

Alternatively, go for the Ruam Khong Wang (RM38.90), ParaThai’s mixed appetizer platter of fishcake, prawn wanton, spring roll, moneybag and salad of the day. This comes with a side of Thai chili sauce for added kick.

P1090490

Yam Woon Sen Talay

I really liked the Yam Woon Sen Talay (RM19.90) – a refreshing glass noodle salad with seafood and shrimp, which is fiery, tangy, savoury and sweet all at once. That’s what I love about Thai cuisine; always full of excitement.

P1090497

Tom Yam Goong

P1090480

Tom Yam Gai

Tom Yam Goong (RM28.90 for 2 pax) is sweet and rich in flavour from the giant tiger prawns, with a spicy and tangy finish. While quite decent, I liked the Tom Yam Gai (RM10.90) better – clear based but full of flavour. I’m definitely having this again.

P1090503

Gaeng Massaman Gai

P1090499

Hoi Tod

Gaeng Massaman Gai (RM16.90) is spicy, the way Thai food should be. This was sweet and creamy from the coconut milk, and delicious with white rice. I also enjoyed the Hoi Tod (RM20.90), a must order when I see it in the menu. The oysters were plump and the omelette, fluffy at the centre.

P1090513

Pla Ka Phong Naung Ma Nao

If you’re dining in a larger group, do try the Pla Ka Phong Naung Ma Nao (RM48.90) – ParaThai’s steamed seabass with lime and chili sauce. A word of caution though; the sauce is fiery and not for those with butter tongue. I loved it because it’s light, sour and spicy.

P1090500

Phad Ka-Na Nue (Stir-fried Kailan and Sliced Australian Beef with Garlic)

P1090519

Tub Tim Krob

Desserts are pretty standard here, like the Tub Tim Krob (RM8.90) that comes with generous chunks of red ruby and slivers of jackfruit. There is also Sago Honeydew (RM7.90) which rif ordered, but that isn’t considered Thai to me.

P1090521

Sago Honeydew

All in, I found the food at ParaThai quite good and reasonably priced. Definitely a good option to dine here after a day of bargain hunting at Mitsui Outlet Park.

  • Like my Facebook Page here and follow me on Instagram here.

Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 6.5/10
Food: 7/10 (halal)
Verdict: Try the tom yam gai and the steamed fish. Good stuff!

P1090524

ParaThai
Lot F56, First Floor,
Mitsui Outlet Park,
KLIA, Sepang.
Tel: 03-8660 2016
Website

Login to rate your experience

Forgot my password


Create an account

Ratings

Be the first to rate this.

SHOP BANGSAR BABE COLLECTION

Enter your email address: