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Enjoy Affordable Authentic Thai Food At Soi 55 Thai Kitchen Restaurant’s Latest Outlet In Sri Damansara

The best of Thai cuisine...right here in Klang Valley!

If you’re looking for some authentic Thai food, don’t worry about having to make a trip to Bangkok. Soi 55 Thai Kitchen Restaurant is where you can satisfy your Thai food cravings! Soi actually comes from a Thai word – “ซอย”, a term in Thailand for the word “street”. 55 in Thai is “Haa Haa”, which is often a symbol of laughter amongst the Thai. Therefore, Soi 55 Thai Kitchen aims to bring authentic Thai food to Malaysians to enjoy with fun, laughter and happiness. Don’t you want some Thai food right now!?

Soi 55 Thai Kitchen Reflects Thai Authenticity With Their Recipes And Dishes

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Their menu is very extensive and it really brings Thai street food right here to Malaysia. Besides that, all their food items are prepared and cooked by Thai nationals! Soi 55 sources some of their ingredients all the way from Thailand, these include, fish sauce, tom yam paste, green curry paste, and red curry paste. Their food definitely leaves you thinking you were in Thailand, here’s what we recommend you to try!

Otak-Otak (Steamed or Grilled Fish Cake)

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It comes to the table steamy and hot, so be sure to eat it quick because it tastes real good when it is warm! Their otak-otak is moist and has an eggy-like texture to it, so kids can eat this too if they’re keen on exploring new tastes. It’s not spicy and pairs well with rice!

Fried Chicken Wrapped In Pandan Leaf

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Glass Noodle Spicy Salad

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If you’re feeling like a salad, be sure to try their Glass Noodle Spicy Salad because it packs a punch! The glass noodle is tossed with shrimp, squid, chilli, peanuts, spring onions, lime juice, fish sauce and more. This salad is definitely one for sharing when you’re in a big group!

Tom Yum Seafood Soup At Soi 55 Thai Kitchen

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There’s no question about having tom yam soup when you eat Thai food, if you didn’t drink tom yam soup, you didn’t really have Thai food at all…right? Soi 55’s tom yam soup is very thick and creamy as they’re generous with how much coconut milk goes in when making it. Moreover, you can find a mix of seafood such as squid, prawns and fish in the soup which makes it even more tasty!

Stir-Fried Chicken With Basil Leaf

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Another classic Thai dish: minced meat stir-fried with basil leaves, doesn’t it look yummy?

Steamed Tilapia With Garlic And Lime

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At Soi 55, their steamed tilapia fish is fresh and it is served with a fire beneath so you can get your hands on a pretty big fish that’s soaked in garlic and lime broth. It’s bubbling hot…but we all know that’s the only way to enjoy steamed fish!

Pineapple Fried Rice At Soi 55 Thai Kitchen

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No meal is complete without Pineapple Fried Rice as well! Their fried rice is fragrant and you can really taste the pineapple, it’s sweet and tangy at the same time. Again, this one’s definitely good for sharing!

For Dessert: Red Ruby

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To finish off a hefty meal, order their Red Ruby dessert to cleanse your palate. Red Ruby is essentially the “Thub Thim Krob” Thai dessert that is made of water chestnut, coconut milk and served with some jackfruit slices. It’s cooling and sweet, perfect for ending your lunch or dinner feast!

For Drinks: Thai Milk Tea And Butterfly Pea Flower Lemon Honey

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Pair your meal with their freshly made drinks! Of course, you’ve got to try their Thai Milk Tea that comes with fresh milk and their lemon honey drink that gets the pretty purply-blue colour from the butterfly pea flower!

More Pictures Of Their Food, Seating And Ambience

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Pineapple Fried Rice And Glass Noodle Spicy Salad
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RM2 Thai Milk Tea From 3PM To 5PM, Every Monday to Thursday
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More good news, sometimes they’ve got special promotions and lunch deals! For instance, from 3PM to 5PM every Monday to Thursday, their Thai Milk Tea is only RM2. That’s a great deal, isn’t it? Perfect for a late lunch get together!

Soi 55 Thai Kitchen will soon change their name to Soi Ka 55 Thai Kitchen Restaurant this coming October, so be on the lookout but rest assure their food quality remains top notch! Soi Ka 55 Thai Kitchen Restaurant has three other outlets at Subang Jaya SS15, Solaris Mont Kiara and Bukit Jelutong. Whenever you’re nearby these areas, check them out!

Major tip: Quote “KL Foodie with Soi 55” to redeem a FREE Thai Milk Tea! 

TL;DR

Soi 55 Thai Kitchen Restaurant At Sri Damansara

Must-try dishes:

  1. Otak-otak
  2. Fried Chicken Wrapped In Pandan Leaf
  3. Glass Noodle Spicy Salad
  4. Tom Yam Seafood Soup
  5. Stir-Fried Chicken With Basil Leaf
  6. Steamed Tilapia With Garlic And Lime
  7. Pineapple Fried Rice
  8. Red Ruby (dessert)
  9. Thai Milk Tea (drink)
  10. Butterfly Pea Flower Lemon Honey (drink)

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