When talking about Thai Street foods, Thai Street foods lovers will definitely be visiting Go Thai in SS2. Align with their expansion, now they are also in Atria Shopping Gallery, Petaling Jaya.

Located on the top floor of Atria Shopping Gallery, Go Thai has made its restaurant a simple but spacious place for diners to hangout and enjoy. As same as Go Thai in SS2 they offers many varieties of Thai street foods in their restaurants such as:

Kaeng Keaw Wan Gai – Green Curry Chicken with Rice

Tom Yum Seafood – Seafood in tom yum broth

Phad Mee Korat – Korat version of pad thai

Phad Ki Mao – Michelin Star inspired Famous Drunken Noodle

Kwey Tiow Nam Sai – Clear turnip broth with sliced

Khao Kha Moo – Stewed Pork Leg with Rice

Khai Phad Sapparot – Pineapple Fried Rice

Kai Ping – Charcoal Grilled Chicken Fillet

Kai Jeaw Poo – Michelin Star inspired famous crab omelete

Varieties of Drinks

There are also many thai drinks that are available in the restaurant such as Cha Nom Yen (iced thai milk tea), Cha Keow Yan (iced thai green milk tea), Thai Nom Yen (iced milk with syrup), O Liang (iced thai black coffee), Kah Feh Yen (iced white coffee), O Liang Kati (iced thai coconut coffee), Nam Manow (thai lime juice), Nam Takrai Bai Toey (pandan lemongrass drink), Kek Hwey (chrysthemum), Lam Yai (thai longan), Cheng Beer and soft drinks.

When you would like to have some thai desserts look out for their signature Tub Thim Krob and Sakhoo.

Sakhoo – Sago Pudding in Coconut Milk

Tub Thim Krob – Famous red rubies coconut milk

Go Thai
Address: T 25 – 28, Jalan SS22/23, 47400 Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hour: 10:30am – 10:30pm (Daily)
Contact: 019 338 8938

Taeki's hobby is to write lifestyle pieces according to his own style. He loves foods and tech stuffs! If there is any foods or tech reviews, you can count Taeki in!

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