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Mai Yai Thai Orchid Restaurant @ Waterfront

Monica Wednesday, November 16, 2011 , , ,


Mai Yai Thai Orchid Restaurant at The Waterfront featured a mouth watering line-up of Bangkok-style Thai food. 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, chicken, seafood or veggie only, and servings are big enough for 2 to 3 people dining.

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.
Gaeng Keaw Whan (Green Curry) RM22.90
Gaeng Keaw Whan is a type of Thai Curry or more well-known as green curry. It is available with beef, chicken or seafood. A highly recommended dish to spicy food lovers, these dish is enriched with spices and tasted incredibly rich and creamy with a desired sweetness.
Panaeng (Chicken) RM23.90
Panaeng is a type of Thai Curry that is milder than other Thai curries. Traditionally, its includes dried chili peppers, galangal, lemongrass, coriander root, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, garlic, and salt, and sometimes also shallots, peanuts, and shrimp paste. As the dish typically contained thick coconut milk with limited other liquids added, it tasted incredibly creamy and aromatic. Goes really well with rice.
 
 
Tom Yam Soup (Chicken) RM7.90
Tom Yam is a common or most well-known dish in Thai cuisine. Its distinct hot and sourish flavour, with fragrant herbs generously used in the broth, made the dish tasted appetizingly good and delightful.
 
 
Som Tam RM12.90
Som Tam is a spicy salad made from shredded unripened papaya. These dish combined the four main tastes of Thai cuisine; sour (lime), hot (chili), salty (fish sauce) and sweet (palm sugar).  A very refreshing and mouth-watering dish. 
 

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