I'm not sure how true this tagline is, but I know that they serve pretty decent Thai food. At least, an affordable and tasty meal around Kuala Lumpur.
I used to come here for the Thai-style Fried Kuay Teow but of lately, I find it a bit getting too oily. But ever since they started to offer individual rice options for dinner, I have been sticking to the same choice.
Bangkok Chicken with Rice (RM 8.90) - spicy boneless chicken served with rice & assorted vegtable fritters.
What I like about this dish is that they have used chicken meat from the things. The chicken, with its skin still attached, has been pan-fried before cooking with the spicy sauce. I always feel that anything that has been pan-fried will taste better.
Although you can find a lot of chillis (both red and green ones) and chilli seeds in the sauce, you will not find it as spicy as you had thought when judging by the colour of the dish. Somehow, I find the sauce closely resembling the fermented soybean-based sauce of the Chinese spicy steam fish.
If you come during lunch time, it is super packed with people and you may need to wait for a quite some time for your food (and not to forget, the portion size may vary also). But if you come during dinner time, the restaurant is a little less crowded (as seen in the picture above), and the quality of the food is much better. They will take the time to set the food in a more presentable manner.
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur