For those who are big fans of Thai Delights, Feast Village Starhill Gallery unveils the latest addition to its stunning array of dining offerings – Pak Tai. It is a southern Thai restaurant is located at the meandering alleyways of Feast Village taking over the Royale Vietnam spot.
And what’s make this Thai restaurant even special where the sister establishment to the original Pak Tai at The Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui, Pak Tai at Feast Village in Kuala Lumpur serves exquisite cuisine from Thailand’s southern provinces, renowned for its spicy food and rich and savoury curries. At Pak Tai, tradition and innovation are perfectly balanced and only the freshest ingredients are used to bring traditional recipes to life.
The restaurant is helmed by the Thai Native Chef Guk, whose notable culinary skills and passion are reflected in the artful curation of its extensive menu. Born and raised in Thailand, Chef Guk’s love for cooking started at the tender age of eight. His culinary education began in the kitchen of his family-owned restaurant, where his mother imparted the fundamentals of preparing and cooking Thai cuisine, thus igniting a passion in him for the culinary arts which took him from The Land of Smiles to the United States in the pursuit of developing and honing his skills. And in Malaysia, one can visit them and you will be introduce with the authentic local southern Thai Cuisine to food lovers in Kuala Lumpur.
In here, one can enjoy the finely-curated menu such as the 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; 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.
Let your palates travel through a plethora of Thai classics at the all-new Pak Tai – where every dish is carefully crafted, and warm and genuine Thai hospitality embrace each dining experience.
Pak Tai is open daily for lunch from 12.00pm to 3.00pm and dinner from 5.30pm to 10.30pm. For reservations and enquiries, please contact +60 3 2782 3814, email [email protected] or visit feastvillage.com.