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October 6, 2015
When I was still living in Singapore, I always enjoyed heading down to Little Thailand (or better known as Golden Mile Complex) to have authentic Thai food cooked by Thai people.
But when I moved back to Kuala Lumpur, I frequented many chains and grew tired of the same altered recipes.
Recently, however, upon a good friend's recommendation, I found myself at Thai Cup in Publika. The staff were Thai, the food tasted pretty close to the real thing and the prices were reasonable.
It's got a really cool interior but remains true to its Thai roots with little trinkets from the homeland.
Like this little sign for example...
I truly enjoyed their pineapple fried rice. The portion is a little large for one person but it was so good that I had to finish it all!
The green curry is just the right amount of spicy and what I like about this place is that they are very generous with the meat portions.
The omelet is standard fare, can't really go wrong there.
I would definitely recommend the lemongrass water and the Thai iced tea to top off the entire Thai experience.
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