Saturday, January 15, 2011

MAXIS OM NOM NOM RACE – THAI BASE RESTAURANT, BANDAR SRI DAMANSARA

Awwwwwww Yeah! Finished a hearty meal of satay, and now, Boom Boom Pau is ready for the next destination! We’re still ‘filling’ energized.

Updates:

The clue for next destination is getting tricker and tricker
Some of the freethinkers start believing in God to bless them for this race
Everyone starting to have their ‘game face’ on baby!

4th Destination – THAI BASE RESTAURANT

AaRRGGGH! FINALLY! Thai food on the go babeh! Izzit just us, or we think the food is getting spicier and spicier as we get near to completion? =.= Thai Base Restaurant is located in Bandar Sri Damansara, and this the first time we’ve heard of this place. The ambience here is kinda Thai-Oriental style wei..
THAI-STYLE CHICKEN RICE – Wah lau… spiciest dish we tasted so far. Generous servings of chicken in spicy gravy served with fragrant rice. Shi En the professional food-taster said it has turmeric, lemon grass, dried chilli, long beans, serai leaves, with a hint of zesty lime. THAT is Thailand on a plate!
PORTUGESE STYLE GRILLED SEAFOOD – My goodness we enjoyed this dish so much we almost forgot our drivers’ name. Prawns are huge, succulent, and fresh. Served with ladies finger, the sauce that accompanies this dish is slightly spicy and rich. Hey! The Melaka boys said that this dish reminds them of the seafood in Portugese Settlement wei. “All these food makes me miss Melaka so much”.
HAILAM MEE – The noodles are MIND BLASTING *imitates Russell Peters*! It has a very springy consistency, not over-cooked, just the way we like it. Surprisingly the sauce is a little sweet and savoury at the same time… not too thick as well. Garnished with crispy fried shallots. We believe a good noodle meal consists of the perfect marriage of the noodle and the sauce… and this dish definitely already married for many years and lived happily ever after. OK we’re exaggerating, but you get the point.
DESSERTS – Assortments of durian cake, tartlet, custard puff and agar-agar pudding. We especially love durian cake… VERY soft, light, and, melt-in-your-mouth texture, with a generous layer of durian cream. Love this to the maximum limit! We asked if we can tapau the durian cake, but the waiter jokingly said will deduct points from our team =.=! Not cool!
Location:
No, 7-1 (1st floor), Jalan Tanjung SD 13/2,
Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Selangor
Tel: 03-6275 2284

Verdict: A nice place to have a hearty Thai-style dinner with friends and family. Don’t forget to order durian cake for desserts

GO TEAM BOOM BOOM PAU!! THE GODS OF FOOD ARE UPON US!!!


The rest of the team are:

don
Shi En
Yong Hsin





1 comment:

Auntie Kok said...

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