Baan 26 Thai Restaurant @ Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur (Invited Review)

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 0 Comments A+ a-

Baan 26 Thai Restaurant is opened for nearly 9 years and serving the Thai authentic cuisines located strategically at Changkat Bukit Bintang, the most happening place to chill out here. Baan 26 is a relaxing dining place that serves traditional Thai dishes with specific ingredients are still source from Thailand for distinctive flavour. The walls are all covered in a fiery red coat of paint and surrounds with homemade lamps.

Wooden chairs and tables at the outdoor seating area

The bar area with air-conditioned dining area. Served all types of wine and cocktail

Watermelon juice

Lemon mint drinks to warm up the appetite and cleanse the palate.

Appetizing Basil Leave Fried Rice with Shrimp (RM 28)

Coconut shake

Pucuk Paku with belacan (RM 24) - Serving of crunchy stem pucuk paku garnished with chili and dried shrimp. 

Pineapple Lemon Chicken (RM 25)

Prawn cake (RM 32) - It comes with 4 pieces with fresh prawn fillings and crispy on the outside.
We were recommended with Clear Tom Yam Soup with Seafood ( RM 36) 
The clear tom yam soup is spicy and sourish together with the bouncy fresh seafood make this tom yam so delicious. There are mixture of fresh prawns, fish, chicken meat, and squids. Hot and flavourful tom yam

The soup is simply appetizing 

Thai Mango Salad with crispycat fish (RM25)

Combination of spicy mixture of unripe mangoes, onions,dried shrimps and chili. I. I find that the crispy catfish a little bit salty but it does have a light and fluffy texture. The cat fish is blend and deep fried.
Lime  & Chili Steamed Fish RM 55 - Uses sea bass that is cooked to perfection and the fish is fresh. Served with chopped garlic and lots of chili padi. The fish was cooked just right and flavourful. The sourish and spicy gravy is best to pair it with a bowl of rice.

Thai Pineapple Fried Rice (RM 25.00) .It was nicely served but lack of fragrant and I wish there could be more cashew.

Cendol and Sago with Gula Melaka (RM 10) . The cendol is sweet and fragrant.
Cooling desserts to satisfy my sweet tooth
 Water chestnut with coconut milk Red Rubies (RM11) 

Coconut milk based dessert that is very popular among Thais when the weather is hot. 
The small reddish/pinkish jewels are water chestnut served with ice in coconut milk 
and slices of jackfruit.

 Mango Sticky Rice (RM 17)

We are lucky that we can savour the mango sticky rice today at Baan 26. During my last visit, the mango sticky rice is not available. The tempting Mango Sticky Rice comes with the glutinous rice and also served with the slices of mango and coconut syrup by the side. 

  These are popular dessert in Thai restaurants. Sweet, fragrant and very refreshing. Perfect desserts to cool down after a hot and spicy Thai meal.

Having great time with my lovely buddy
Lunch promotions that is on going

Baan 26,
Changkat Bukit Bintang, 
50200 Kuala Lumpur 

Phone: 03-2142 8878 (Call 12pm – 1am daily)

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