Wanna have some ‘sabai-sabai’ time while enjoying authentic Thai Cuisine but don’t feel like flying out of the country? Well, you can do so without even stepping out of Klang Valley. Sen of Thai, located somewhere in the busy Damansara Utama is offering some wonderful ‘sabai sabai’ time at their restaurant.
Sen of Thai is offering deliciously authentic Thai cuisine with soothing 80s and 90s music in the background.
My family and I managed to try out some of their the things that they are offering in the menu, and here’s sharing what we had.
Thai Chicken roll- served together with the set lunch as appetizer. This Thai Chicken roll is adeptly fried and perfectly flavoured. One is simply not enough.
Kuay Tiaw Nua Puai (RM 16) – Tender fragrant beef noodle. I’m not always a fan of beef noodles as they tend to be rather ‘heaty’ and makes me feel uncomfortably sweaty after having them, but this bowl is so inviting that I couldn’t resist but trying. I did not stop at my first slurp. I thought this is quite strongly flavoured and those who are adventurous would appreciate this bowl of noodles.
Sen Green Papaya salad (Som Tam)- RM15. Very appetizing but I thought the ‘Nampla’ (fish sauce)drizzled into this Som Tam is quite overpowering and I couldn’t exactly taste the freshness of the shredded papaya.
Chicken Wings with Sen of Thai Sauce (Phi Gai Tod) -RM16. The chicken wings is rather flavourful and addictive and my son took a few helpings of this.
Red Tomyam Country Side Style- RM30. I did not try this Tomyam soup but my husband did and he said it tasted like Tomyam soup that we had in Hadyai last year.
Clear Soup Tomyam Country Side Style- RM30. I had a taste of this. Definitely not for the faint hearted. Don’t be deceived by the clarity of the Tomyam soup. This bowl of Tomyam soup packed quite a punch and I suggest you have some cooling and soothing drinks ready when you are having this.
Sen of Thai Green Curry ( Gaerng Keow Wan ) – RM20. Flavourful and thick, I approve this green curry. A bowl of piping hot rice would make just the companion for the green curry and I assure you that you will take a few helpings of it.
Signature Lime Chilli Sea Bass (Pad Plam Nam Pik)- RM25. No fishy smell whatsoever and I like the tangy flavours that comes with the fish.
Signature Deep Fried Sea Bass-RM25. Again, this dish makes a good companion to a bowl of piping hot rice. The sauce was really mouthwatering.
Pineapple Fried Rice RM18. Naturally sweet with pineapple, this fried rice makes a hood comfort food for the unsettled.
Classic Pad Thai -RM16. The Pad is pretty decent and my son loves it alot.
Sen of Thai Fried Rice with a choice of tomyam or belacan flavour- RM16. We tried the Belacan Fried Rice and thought it was positively aromatic and yet not overwhelming on the palate. It is a little bit on the spicy note though, so if you can’t take spicy food, do request the chef to go easy on the chillies upon ordering.
Boxing Chicken was deeply flavoured and was gone in a jiffy.
Mango Sticky Rice -RM 12. Not quite like the one we are used to as the sticky rice used for this delectable dessert is black glutinuos rice instead of the usual white, but it is heavenly neverthless.
Famous Red Ruby – RM7. Refreshing and sweet, this dessert guarantees a happier you upon slurping it up.
Overall, dining in Sen of Thai really does transport you to the land of white elephant for a little while. The restaurant is pork-free and all ingredients are painstakingly imported from Thailand.
Sen Of Thai
52 G- Jalan SS21/58,
47400 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03- 7732 3939