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Mai Yai Thai Orchid Restaurant @ Waterfront

Angeline Thursday, June 16, 2011 , , ,


Mai Yai Thai Orchid Restaurant at The Waterfront featuring a mouth watering line-up of Bangkok-style Thail food, it is a family managed restaurant owned by Abigail Mojugah and her Thai fiancé "Affan Mustofadee", focused on brining authentic Thai food experiences to Sabah. Their menu is packed with traditional Thai favourites, those you know well, and those you should definitely try. This place is decorated with orchids and scenic images of Thailand . There are around 117 items on the menu ranging from appetizers to desserts. Most dishes are available with meat, seafood or veggie only, and servings are big enough for 2 to 3 people.

Mai Yai Thai Orchid Restaurant
Lot 13, The Waterfront,
Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens,
88800 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 088-234841
Open from 11.30am to 11.30pm daily
* Take away and delivery (delivery fees may apply).
* Picks up hotel guests to and fro restaurant (fees will apply).
* Serves no pork.
* Serves alcohol. Corkage fees apply if you bring your own.
* Available for private functions and outside catering.

Best-selling dishes: Gaeng Keaw Whan (Thai green curry), Tom Yam, Kaow Ob Sapparod (pineapple fried rice), Pla Mamoung (deep fried seabass with mango salad topping) and Mixed Seafood Platter. Some of their highly recommended dish the Thod Man Pla (homemade fish cake), Gai Hor Bai Toey (Pandan Chicken) and the Phad Med Ma Moung (stir fried chicken with cashew nuts served in sizzling plate). For dessert, tyr their Kaow Neow Mamoung (Mango Sticky Rice), a serving of fresh mango with the sweet and salty sticky rice topped with the creamy coconut milk.
 
Tab Tim Krob (Waterchessnut Dessert), RM7.50
My favourite thai dessert served in fresh coconut milk.
 
 
Gung Chae Nampla (Sashimi Prawn), RM23.90
Fresh sashimi prawn top with freshly squeeze lime juice, garlic and bird eye chilis.
 
 
Som Tam (Papaya and Carrot Salad), RM12.90
A good appertizer, sourish and sweet
 
Poo Ob Wunsen (Steamed Crab with Tang Hoon), RM30.90
For crab lovers, their are a few different choice of preparation available, don't hesitate to try it. This is a healthy version and yet delicious!
 
 
 
Pad Wun Sen Seafood (Fried Tang Hoon with Seafood), RM20.90
Nicely flavour and not oily at all...love it with lots of green...yummy!
 
 
 
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