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Streat Thai @ The School, Jaya One


With so many restaurants and eatery vying for your appetite and wallet, Streat Thai at The School, Jaya One, has managed to carve out a niche for authentic yet simpleton Thai food. Customers are spoilt for choice with the selection of delicious foods that are passionately prepared by Thai cooks who are recruited based on the fact that they are cream of the crop in the preparation of authentic Thai street food.  

Streat Thai
100-G.001 The School No. 72A Jalan Universiti
Petaling Jaya
Streat Thai will provide a relaxing dining experience for guests who wish to savor popular Thai dishes in one seating. Also, guest will be serenaded by very talented 2 piece band, belting out cover of popular hits.
Streat Thai is another good example of their ability to marry aesthetically inspiring design with comfort, creativity and functionality, in other words, you can have all the benefit of enjoying authentic Thai street food, but without the discomfort associated with it.
Start your meal with a refreshing glass of either lemon grass tea (above) or milky tea
 
Another dish that was recommended is the humble Pad Kaprow chicken with rice and egg (RM8.90). The ground chicken was moist, savory with a nice twist of sweetness, and the curry leaves lends a fantastic aroma to the mix. Pairs well with the warm soft rice and egg, which screams comfort food for all Asians.
What else holds quintessential Thai food then the ubiquitous Tom Yam (RM12.50).  As a first time visitor this dish is mandatory yardstick and they did not disappoint. This soup is filled with the right richness and intense flavour derived from the right combo of ingredients. This soup is so good, that you just wanna shut off the world and soak in the fun, just as you’d expect from a good Tom Yam. 
 
A highly regarded dish here is the deep fried tilapia. The fish is deep fried well, savory and crispy outside, locking in the soft and tender flesh inside, while the sauce bursts with flavor and awesome fragrance and being hit with just the right amount of spice. A truly Thai character yet rings familiar with everyone in this region. 
 
 
A good accompaniment for all these dishes is the papaya salad with salted egg (RM7.90). The crunch of the young papaya and other vege gives that nice texture, while the salted egg adds a nice savory punch
 
Order the Pad thai (RM10.90) and feel free to witness when the cook prepares the stir fried noodles, and you will be in an eye-feast of dexterous wok action. The taste: Simple, not complicated but with deep rich flavour from home-made sauces, derived from local ingredients. The aroma that comes from the fast heat maintains the integrity and aroma of the veges.  

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