http://www.reanaclaire.com/2011/04/thai-cuisine-in-bercham.html

 

It has been quite a long while since I last ate Thai food... to my delight, my sister invited us to a Thai cuisine in a coffeeshop... hehehee... I love Thai food tremendously, their food and their way of cooking suits my taste buds very well... LOL....

This shop that my sister recommended is in Bercham, I have never been there before and now that I have been, it will not be my last.. I will surely go there once again, just wait for my sons to come back, I am sure they will drool over these dishes.....


their tom yam soup has lots of ingredients inside..
prawns and squids were generously put in...
the soup was just nice, not too sourish nor spicy!

the chef recommended eggs with clams and kam heong leaves
Clams is Lala and the leaves blended so well with the eggs..
Yummy!

we wanted some vegetables..
diced french beans with some minced meat
plus some curry leaves...

Elin, your favourite dish...
CHICKEN FEET KERABU STYLE!
lots of onions, cilipadi and cashew nuts!

and this is a MUST among kids..
pandan chicken pieces...

just look at my nephew!! he was so so happy.. hahaha..
Price? It cost RM83 ($28usd) for 6 of us..

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