Felt appreciated from the time we step foot in this restaurant. The clear tom yam souo was good. They gave us extra glasses of Thai ice tea as they felt the first glass was not good enough.
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I went to Chakri as there was one for one deal with entertainer voucher. The food here is quite expensive. The fragrant rice costs RM5.80 (exclude 6% GST) per pax. The pineapple rice being recommended was out of my expectation.
If you're planning to have something different for your Ramadhan break a fast, Chakri Palace KLCC is serving Ramadhan buffet. The buffet spread was awesome ranging from their speciality of Thai cuisine and also local dishes. The desserts are marvelous. We also had a family...More
I guess it was my fault that I went there! I should've had better judgement skills. To start with, I'm a vegetarian. I had ordered a veg-soup. While serving, I re-confirmed if this was vegetarian and she said "Yes sir". Please note, I've never had...More
The food is good, no doubt about it. Authentic Thai taste with variety in their menu. Being located in the KCC Suria mall, the price is at the high end. As long as you enjoy the food, it's worth the investment to your stomach. The...More
They serve good food, especially their signature dishes tom yum soup and mango salad. Service is the disappointment which they really need to improve.
Ordered a mix platter for starters which included tempura prawns, which was the only saving grace. Beef with ginger - dry and chewy beef and bland gravy, vegetable which accompanied the dish was also dull. Glass noodles with prawn - hardly any prawns in a...More
Going to this Restaurant today at 1230pm. Lunch hour rush. Ordered just a simple menu namely 2 seafood tomyam, 1 black paper beef and scallop asparagus. After 30 minutes, my scallop asparagus was not served. The staff concentrate serving some VIPs dining there.
Once upon a time, the food here was fairly authentic Thai cuisine. I went again a couple of weeks ago, only to be sorely disappointed. Whether to suit foreign palates or for some other reason, the spiciness of many dishes has been almost entirely eliminated....More