Pak Tai Restaurant
AddressFeast Village Starhill Gallery
at JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur
181, Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hour12:00PM - 3:00PM, 5:30PM - 10:30PM
Contact number03-2782 3814
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Bua Loy (RM15) ‧ Cha Yen (aka Thai iced tea) (RM15) ‧ Crispy Red Snapper with turmeric and herbs (RM125) ‧ Deep-fried Grouper with Sweet Chilli Sauce (RM105) ‧ Fried Shrimp Cakes (RM55) ‧ Gaeng Kua Sapparod Goong (RM90) ‧ Goong Pad Nam Prik Pao (RM65) ‧ Green curry chicken (RM45) ‧ Khao Niaw Mamuang (RM15) ‧ Pad Pak Boong (RM30) ‧ Pad Thai Goong (RM40) ‧ Pak Liang Pad Kai (RM30) ‧ Pla Kapong Dang Tod Kamin (RM105) ‧ Signature Massaman Nua (RM95) ‧ Tom Kati Talay (RM55) ‧ Tom Yum Goong (RM45) ‧ Tub Tim Krob (RM15) ‧ Wok-fried Morning Glory (RM30) ‧ Yellow curry shrimp (RM75) ‧ Yum Sa Rai (RM55)
Signature DishesTom Kati Talay, Goong Sauce Makham, Khua Kling Nua, Massaman Nua, Pla Kapong Dang Tod Kamin, Kanom Jaak Pla Kapong Dang Tod Kamin ‧ Khao Niaw Mamuang ‧ Tom Yum Goong ‧ Tod Mun Bai Cha Plu ‧ Yum Sa Rai ‧ Yum Pak Kood ‧ Massaman Nua ‧ Tub Tim Krob ‧ Kanom Jaak ‧ Gaeng Kua Sapparod Goong ‧ Som Tum ‧ Khua Kling Nua ‧ Gaeng Kiew Wan Gai ‧ Green Curry Chicken ‧ Phla Pla Meuk
Dishes[1 year ago]
Gaeng Kiew Wan Gai ‧ Gaeng Kua Sapparod Goong ‧ Green Curry Chicken ‧ Hor Mok Pla ‧ Kanom Jaak ‧ Khao Niaw Mamuang ‧ Khua Kling Nua ‧ Massaman Nua ‧ Pad Thai ‧ Phla Pla Meuk ‧ Pla Kapong Dang Tod Kamin ‧ Som Tam ‧ Som Tum ‧ Tod Mun Bai Cha Plu ‧ Tom Yum Goong ‧ Tom Yum Goong and Green Curry Chicken ‧ Tom Yum Kung ‧ Tub Tim Krob ‧ Yum Pak Kood ‧ Yum Sa Rai
Feast Village presents Pak Tai, an authentic southern Thai restaurant in the heart of Bukit Bintang. Ignite your senses by exploring the beguiling chilli-spiked cuisine of southern Thailand and experience unparalleled Thai hospitality. A finely curated menu showcasing unique creations alongside well-loved classics, paired with signature Thai-inspired cocktails make for a distinctive dining experience to remember.
Questions and Tips
Information & Tips about Pak Tai?
Pak Tai KL, Starhill Gallery: Southern Thai CuisineFor those who prefer something milder with fruity notes, the Yellow curry shrimp (RM75) is a good choice. The size of the prawns they use here are rather impressive, cooked along with pineapple chunks and kaffir lime leaves.
PAK TAI – Southern Thai Restaurant @ Feast Village, Starhill GalleryChef Guk is a wizard in frying fish – his fried fish dishes are pieces of delicious art. Fried to perfection and served with various types of sauces, the fishes are excellent.
Deep-fried Grouper with Sweet Chilli Sauce (RM105)
FEAST VILLAGE STARHILL GALLERY PRESENTS PAK TAI AN AUTHENTIC SOUTHERN THAI RESTAURANT IN THE HEART OF BUKIT BINTANGSignature Thai desserts not to be missed are Kanom Jaak, rice pudding and coconut wrapped in a palm leaf and chargrilled to perfection and the perennial favourite, Khao Niaw Mamuang, mango with sticky rice and coconut cream.
Southern Thai Food @Pak Tai Feast Village Kuala Lumpur Starhill GalleryFor the fish dish, we were served the PLA KAPONG DANG TOD KAMIN - a deep fried crispy red snapper served with a strong hint of turmeric and herbs.
PAK TAI Authentic Southern Thai Restaurant At FEAST VILLAGE STARHILL GALLERY In Bukit BintangPak Tai’s finely-curated menu includes comforting classics such as Tom Yum Goong and Green Curry Chicken alongside regional specialities unique only to southern Thailand such as Khua Kling Nua, wok-fried spicy minced beef with turmeric, kaffir lime and herbs etc..
泰国苏梅岛Pak Tai泰国餐厅进驻吉隆坡Starhill Gallery，于Feast Village打造正宗泰南风味美食荟萃且让我们透过味蕾去体验一场舌尖上的泰国美食飨宴，感受泰南的浓厚风情。
New Restaurant: Pak Tai Opens in Feast Village, Starhill Gallery KL!Pak Tai’s finely-curated menu includes comforting classics such as Tom Yum Goong and Green Curry Chicken alongside regional specialties unique only to southern Thailand such as Khua Kling Nua, wok-fried spicy minced beef with turmeric, kaffir lime and herbs; Tod Mun Bai Cha Plu, fried shrimp cakes, wild pepper leaves, sweet chilli sauce; Pla Kapong Dang Tod Kamin, crispy red snapper, turmeric, herbs; and Gaeng Kua Sapparod Goong,yellow curry shrimps, pineapple, kaffir lime leaves. Signature Thai desserts not to be missed are Kanom Jaak, rice pudding and coconut wrapped in a palm leaf and chargrilled to perfection and the perennial favourite, Khao Niaw Mamuang, mango with sticky rice and coconut cream