SOI 19 Thai Restaurant (19th Street Kanom) @ Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur

SOI 19 Thai Restaurant (19th Street Kanom) Review @ Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur


My first time over at Soi 19, just when I was craving for some delicious Thai cuisine. Interestingly, Soi 19 Thai Restaurant (19th Street Kanom) located at Kuchai Lama serves some really nice Jim Jom (Thai Hot Pot) which we did not hesitate to order that evening. They have a range of nice Thai cuisine as well. Do read on to see what we tried at Soi 19. 

SOI 19 Thai Restaurant (19th Street Kanom) Review @ Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur
SOI 19 Thai Restaurant (19th Street Kanom) Review @ Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur

SOI 19 Kuchai Lama
Address: 21, Jalan 1a/114,
Kuchai Business Centre,
58200 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel:+60 17-699 0889

Simple, comfy interior
Simple, comfy interior

Located at Kuchai Business Centre, we were invited by Racheal of FoodiLIFECious for an evening of great noms at Soi 19 Thai Restaurant. The ambiance of the restaurant was distinctly Thai, complete with the wooden table and chairs. Did you know Soi in Thai means “street”? In fact, when I arrived at the restaurant, I was pleased to know just beside there’s another restaurant under the same owner. 

Mookata


Ready for some Mookata?
Ready for some Mookata? 
Step 1, some pork lard to oil up the steamboat
Step 1, some pork lard to oil up the steamboat 
Adding in the broth
Adding in the broth
Enjoy!
Enjoy!

We kicked off our meal with Mookata, a two in one grill and steamboat. Almost akin to those Korean BBQ, but in a more refined way, these are really good! The staff helped to prepare and cook for us, but of course if you want to do the cooking yourself, it’s more fun that way! 

Delicious!
Delicious! 

Sides


While waiting for our Mookata to be ready, we tried the Nam Tok Kor Moo Yang which consists of BBQ Pork Neck with Brasil Leaf. I’m in love with this dish, and it did make a good appetiser for the mains to come. 

Nam Tok Kor Moo Yang - sinful, but yummy!
Nam Tok Kor Moo Yang - sinful, but yummy!

Do try their Pad Thai as well, which to me is a must-try dish at any Thai food establishment. Here at Soi19, their Pad Thai is done just right, not too sourish, and with the chilli flakes at the side, you can customise how spicy you want it to be. 

Pad Thai
Pad Thai

MAMA Noodle


A noodle dish for all, don’t forget to try out Soi19’s MAMA Noodle dishes. Opt for the spicy version, or the non spicy one, both are equally tasty, with lots of ingredients and meat thrown in. This is part of their new menu, so be sure to try it out guys. 

 Soi19’s MAMA Noodle
 Soi19’s MAMA Noodle

JIM JOM


Sounds really catchy, the Thai Hot Pot is named Jim Jom, and if you haven’t tried it out before, be sure to order the Pork Set like we did! They have both the chicken and pork set (we tried both!) and it’s served it these traditional claypot. Burning flames underneath, the clear herbal broth is soon filled with wonderful pork meat mixed with fresh egg. Lots of vegetables were thrown into the mix as well. 

Lots of vegetables are thrown in before the meat and egg
Lots of vegetables are thrown in before the meat and egg
Adding in the meat into our Jim Jom set
Adding in the meat into our Jim Jom set
Let it cook and simmer
Let it cook and simmer

If you are into a more unique taste, don’t forget to request for Thai beer to be added into the pot! The beer does sweeten the overall taste of the broth, good stuff indeed. The broth can be refilled unlimited number of times, so sip away to your heart’s content. 

Adding in Thai Beer for that enhanced taste
Adding in Thai Beer for that enhanced taste
I just couldn't wait
I just couldn't wait
Voila! Soi 19's Jim Jom offering
Voila! Soi 19's Jim Jom offering

This was my first time trying out the Thai Mookata and Jim Jom. I must say, they both satisfied my cravings for Thai cuisine. I highly recommend you to try them out for yourselves the next time you’re in the vicinity of Kuchai Lama. SOI 19 Thai Restaurant (19th Street Kanom) @ Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur, I will be back again soon! 

1 comment :

  1. I love Thaio. The steamboat looks rather Korean though - not a fan of Korean, gimme Thai anytime!

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