We made reservations for Mother's Day lunch on Sunday, and was instantly relaxed as we stepped into the cozy environment of the restaurant against the heat out there. There is a mysterious atmosphere inside the restaurant with the dark theme of the interior coupled with the dark colored wooden tables and chairs, which creates a cool and relaxing ambiance to welcome their patrons into settling down comfortably for their meals.
Beat the heat with a glass of Cold Lime & Plum Drink (MYR3.50)
Absolutely refreshing and thirst-quenching drink which just cools the heat almost instantly!~
It certainly came in handy to bit the hot and spicy food later too...
Start with appetizer like the all-familiar Thai Fish Cake; Tod Man Pla (MYR3.50 each)
The fish cakes were compact-sized; packed with flavorful bites of fish mixture and the best part is that it's not oily.
Pandan Chicken (Gai Hor Bai Toey) (MYR3.00 each)
Stir fried Kangkung belacan (Water spinach/convulvus with shrimp paste)
Pad Phuk Bung Kapi (MYR9.00)
Be ready to be spiced out of your wits with the Tom Yam Mixed Seafood (Tom Yam Ruam Mit Talay) (MYR21.90)
Enjoy the enticing tastes and also a tinge of light spicy taste from the Steamed Siakap with Lime and Chili sauce (Pla Kra Pong Manow) (MYR40.00)
The fish was fresh and the flesh was tender with the light and steamed according to a good timing.
I love how they always use these metal fish-shaped serving dishes to serve the steamed fish in most Thai restaurants.
Leave some room or simply, enjoy a cold dessert like the Tab Tim Krob (Water chestnuts, red rubies and jackfruit in cold syrup and coconut milk)(MYR4.50)
Wang Thai's food is definitely spicy, that's all I can say, but authentic to the Thai tastes.
Good dining environment and attentive service, and with good pricing and spicy Thai food, what can one ask for?