If those who have been to Chiang Mai, Mookata will be familiar with Mookata. Mookata loosely translates from Thai meaning ‘pork’ and ‘skillet’. It is a Thai Steamboat which originates from Northern Thailand where you have to lather the pork lard provided (Yes, not butter or oil but pork lard) to grease the metal skillet, which you then use to grill the meats. The surface eventually gets really charred though. Simple soup is also poured into the moat surrounding the skillet.
The lightness of the soup allows the broth to easily take up the essences of the grilled meat juice that flow down, mixing together with the boiled vegetables in the broth to create a flavourful and rich taste in the soup.
For those who are looking for Mookata and Thai Street Food, there is one shop located at SkyPod, Puchong serves authentic’s Mookata and Thai Street Food.
The food here will definitely brings you back to Thailand as the foods here tastes exactly the same as the one in Thailand. Besides Mookata some of the best selling foods here are:
Rice & Soup:
One of their special menu serves Cheezy Tom Yum Noodle Tom Yum Noodle with Seafood and Minced Pork Ball topped with Cheese.
Of course not forgetting their special signature Milk Tea drink: Thai Milk Tea, Thai Pink Milk Tea and Thai Green Milk Tea. They also serves Chang and Singha’s beer.
As for desserts, look forward to their Coconut Ice Cream. It’s is definitely a dessert that you shouldn’t missed.
For more information on Chiang Mai Mookata and Thai Street Food, vivit their facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/chiangmaimookataa