Ground Floor, G50,
The Curve Shopping Mall,
Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara, Selangor.
Tel: 03-7710 9629
As a successful establishment with 25 outlets in Singapore, ThaiExpress is confident in continues to win the local’s palate with their latest revamp menu which showcases over 130 items to diners at its one and only restaurant in Malaysia – The Curve Shopping Mall.
Tom Yum Talay (RM10.90)
One can expect notable authentic Thai dishes here, such as the Tum Yum Talay, a spicy powerful soup that wakes your appetite up. Lots of mushroom, fish, squid, prawns come together with the soup. Best eaten while it is hot, and you will love the warm rendition of comfort.
Tom Yum Kong Nam Daeng (RM16.90)
For those who prefer red hot tomyam, Tom Yum Kong can be your choice. Comparing to the clear soup tomyam, the red tom yum is spicier and more sourish. But the generous ingredients loaded within the soup is still a plus point- fresh, bouncy crayfish.
Khoa Tang Naa Tang(RM8.90)
Thai rice cracker being served together with Special ThaiExpress Creamy Chicken and Shrimp Sauce. A delights that turns a simple rice crackers into another level by topping it with minced meat drenched in creamy, coconuty sauce that comes with a good balance of savoury and sweetness. We do agree that this dish is more likeable by girl, as the girls like the dish very much but guys on the table that night didn’t seem to enjoy it.
Roti Krob (RM10.90)
Minced chicken stuffed within a flavourful, chewy roti. Every munch is boost with juiciness from the minced meat, pairing so well with the roti. Never thought that a simple dish can be so good.
Phad Thai (RM15.90)
Hearty portions of noodles beautifully stir fried with Onions, squid, prawns, crushed peanuts, and egg. Two things we found Thai Express’s Pad Thai different from other Thai Restaurant: There’s no raw bean sprouts serving beside, and the flavours focus more on ‘wok hei’ and less sweeter compared to those we had in other Thai restaurant before. In fact, we love the plateful of ‘wok hei’.
Kway Teow Lui suan (RM8.90)
To us, it is a special wrap we haven’t tried before. To eat it, take a piece of lettuce and place slice of kway teow, minced chicken and green chilli sauce on top of it, then wrap them together and pop into the mouth at one go. It’s gonna be messy for the sauce may flow out, but we like this healthy and nutritious wrap. The thumbs up – kway teow sheet is really, really smooth. Recommended.
Massaman Chicken Curry with Thai Style Pan Cake (RM15.90)
Thai Style Pancake taste similar to local roti canai, but less chewy. Have it together with Massaman Chicken Curry – a thick, coconuty gravy in mild spiciness with distinct flavours of herbs and spices.
Khao Niao Mamuang (RM9.90)
One can never leave a Thai restaurant without trying out the favourite local Thai dessert – mango with sticky rice. Sweet sticky rice topped over with coconut milk and mango, a great combination to end the meal with a sweet note.
Thai Chendol (RM7.90)