Sunday, November 7, 2010

Changmai Food @ Sec 17, PJ

Was browsing thru the new food guide book and this place somehow catch my attention. As described in the book, this small thai food stall run by a thais which served affordable thai food. This place is not difficult to find actually. It's inside Jackson Restaurant which is a corner shop, somewhere very nearby to the 17th district night market.

Not to worry as the thai can speak cantonese and the colourful pictures make it even easier for you to make order.


One of their signature dish - Kerabu Ikan Bilis, RM6. I found the ikan bilis tasted sweet, perhaps they add sugar while frying it. The portion were quite big and there's alot of bird chilies, which we can't managed to finish it.


They have 2 type of tom yum here, the white and the red at RM10. I believe the one we usually have is called red tom yum. I order the white one which I thought it will be the milky type, turn out its clear soup tom yum, hahaha... Well, it's actually taste not much different with the normal type and there's lots of prawns and mushroom inside.


Long bean with prawns rice RM5 was quite spicy too. And there's alot prawns in it...


One of the none spicy food - Fried rice with salted fish and kailan RM5. Huge serving...


Well, I can say this place does not served the best thai food, yet its still acceptable for me and most, I think. But this place definetely a place where you can have an affordable thai meal. This whole meal only cost RM26, which I don't think you can get elsewhere.

Changmai Food
Restaurant Jackson.
No. 1083, Jalan 17/27
Petaling Jaya
Open from 9 to 9

Stomach were full, but no the eye. Saw a yau tiu stall outside and bought this ham chim peng with yam filling RM1. My first time trying ham chim peng with filling inside. Not bad, managed to finish it within 1 minute, hahaha mom says its better to eat while it's still hot.


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