Pork Free Thai foods are commonly available in Malaysia. But what makes this restaurant so special was its thai hotpot. Located at Lower Ground floor of Pavilion lies a thai restaurant named Bhai Jim Jum.

This restaurant was meant to serve authentic thai street foods at its best. If you can see from its name, Jim Jum means hotpot. This hotpot is an Issan-Style hotpot originated from the North East Thailand which is also known as Jaew Hon.

Instead of just being a typical hotpot, Jim Jum is made of ingredients such as galangal, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaf that has great benefits to the health. It is known to be good for the appetite, wind-relieving, nutritious and stimulates blood flow.

Jim Jum hotpot comes with 8 types of soup options; Clear Nam Sai, Red Tom Yum, White Tom Kha, Tomato Tom yum, Cheesy Tom Yum, Green Curry, Red Curry and Yellow Curry. Diners could also choose the meat that goes with it either Chicken, Australian Beef or Seafood (Prawn & Squid).

Besides the hotpot, Bahi Jim Jum also serves local thai streets foods too. Among the signature dishes were; Larb Gai Rolls, Pandan Chicken Skewer with Sticky Rice, Honey Siracha Chicken Wings, Som Tam, Steamed Seabass with Spicy Chilli Lime Sauce, Stir Fried Baby Kailan and Thai Fluffy Omelete.

After a fulfilling meal of course not forgetting about the thai famous desserts. Among the favourite desserts were Deep Fried Banana Rolls with Honey & Vanilla Ice Cream, Blue Sticky Rice with Manggo and Mango Sago with Coconut Milk.

For more information on Bahi Jim Jum, check out their facebook at https://www.facebook.com/bhaijimjum/

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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