What do We Like about Kompassion? -Foods were all great and delicious. Can see the efforts behind each dish from the ingredients used -Comfortable environment and attentive staff
Dinner was about RM250 for three pax, and considering how we ate so much, plus drinks and desserts, it was very reasonable. Kompassion has certainly upped their game, yet managed to keep their prices down at more affordable levels.
Our meal for four, inclusive of drinks and desserts, came up to RM250++. Considering the setting, as well as quality of food and service, I think this is a reasonable price. There are plenty of other dishes that I’ve yet to try on the menu, so I’m looking forward to my next visit. Reservations are recommended, but you can try walking in too.
The Belacan Fried Rice was yummy. I’ve always liked this dish and decided to go for it again. The portion size was big as usual, good enough for 2 people. Nice flavor with plenty of ingredients, the rice came with 2,3 fish fillets. Just in case the fried rice is not ‘belacan’ enough for you, they also provide a serving of belacan sauce on the side.
Very nice modern Thai cuisine.
The Belacan Fried Rice was delicious. The dish comprised of three large fish filllets + fried rice + egg + vegetables for garnish and flavorful green sweet sauce. It tasted yummy, The rice was slightly on the dense side but the texture suited the flavor of the rice. The fish fillets were large, so there was more than enough to last you from the start till the end.
Avocado Beansprout Salad. Price-RM15.90 What interest me from the menu - salad that says beansprout , and it comes with avocado. The slight sourness and the natural sweetness from the ingredients, makes u want to have more. What an interesting way to use beansprout, which is my first ever - and visually, this salad looks so good.
I recommend this eatery to adventurous foodies or those who like fusion food with modern twists.
Kompassion is a friendly neighbourhood cafe with delicious Thai food in modern twist. Introducing Chef Nikom’s wonderful dishes which are originally created by him. They are great for sharing!
Reasons to visit: Comfort food in a comfortable setting at comfortable prices. The really good news is that the menu is so extensive that you can keep going back again and again, safe in the knowledge that you’ll get a simply delicious meal every time. It’ll be like coming home.
Finger-licking good pork ribs that yield a tender meatiness, thickly coated with smoky sweet Thai BBQ sauce. Half a dozen in this platter, Summerkid polished clean 3 of them, leaving 1 each for us in a table of four hahaha.
Pork Satay (5 sticks ) (RM 17.90) Start of your meal with of course their signature pork satay. The lovely pork-lcious satay dish in skewers and every mouthful is just deliciously good. The tender juicy meat soaked in the pineapple based satay sauce. Oh my! Love how this porklicious satay is done.
Verdict: Food and dining ambiance was above average however the portion was quite small for the pricing.
Overall I would say this is a mid range Thai food where the price are slightly higher compared to the shop decoration. Some shop decoration are very nice but foods are priced lower. If you ask me will I go back for its food? I would say YES. The foods quality are top notch and affordable. Here you get quality more than quantity. If you opt for quantity, Kompassion is not your choice.
Food rating 8/10 , nicee, for a fusion restaurant – recommended! -Stamped-
Desserts are also quite limited at the moment. For RM10 a portion, you can choose from their Tako, Icecream with Jackfruit & Red Rubies and possibly Cheesecake, too – we were served a complimentary piece of this. I like the Tako, with its creamy texture laden with pandan and coconut milk flavours and it’s not-too-sweet with a touch of saltish coconut shavings sprinkled on top.
Ambiance: 6/10 Price: 4/10 Food: 6/10 (non halal) Verdict: Try the green curry crispy pork and the pork belly and soft shell crab salad.