Sunday, September 13, 2015

=Travel= Thailand-Bangkok Yong Tau Foo @ Yentafo Krueng Songe, Terminal 21

Yong Tau Foo in Thailand is in pink soup and eaten with flat rice noodles that is similar to our Hor Fun. The pink color is actually the color of the Thai fermented bean curd; it also has the sweet taste like our sweet sauce of Chee Cheong Fun. The most convenient way to eat Yong Tau Foo in Thailand is to look for Yentafo Krueng Songe that has at least 23 branches across Thailand. And its name Yentafo is believed to be the pronunciation of the words in Hakka since this is a Hakka dish.


Rice Noodle with Fish Balls in Red Tofu "Yentafo" Sauce 90 Baht (About RM10.80)

The Yentafo can be served in 2 ways, which are in a soup or in a sauce, and you can decide the level of spiciness from non-spicy, spicy to very spicy. The picture above is the sauce version, which is the “dry” Yong Tau Foo.

Rice Noodle with Fish Balls in Red Tofu "Yentafo" Soup 90 Baht (About RM10.80)

Here is the soup version and the taste is similar to the sauce version, except that it is in a soup.

Spicy Mango Som Tum Salad with Dried Shrimps 120 Baht (About RM14.50)

The mango stripes have a soft and yet crunchy texture, a true appetizer.

Rice Noodle with Fish Balls in Tom Yum Soup 100 Baht (About RM12)

Same ingredients as the "Yentafo" Soup but in Tom Yum soup, you can also decide the level of spiciness from non-spicy, spicy to very spicy for this dish.

Deep Fried Fish Skin 90 Baht (About RM10.80)

Very crunchy, but Gibson finds the smell of the fish a bit too strong.

Spicy Shrimp Paste Fried Rice with Caramel Pork 150 Baht (About RM18)

Sweet dish, and the cha om omelet is superb.

Assorted Fish Balls with Spicy Seafood Sauce 150 Baht (About RM18)

Has a chewy texture and taste of the ocean, good with the sour spicy sauce, but tourists might find the taste a bit too overwhelming.

Fried Chicken Wings and Grilled Pork Salad + Sticky Rice 170 Baht (About RM20.50)

The best part about the sticky rice in Bangkok is just like normal rice that is a bit dry, and it goes well with grilled pork. Gibson believes that the chicken wing is just a value added item here. LOL

Spicy Stir-Fried Minced Pork with Holy basil and Boiled Egg 120 Baht (About RM14.50)

This dish is very common in Thailand but in this particular shop, you should try to avoid it if you cannot take spicy food. The spiciness of this dish can burn your tongue, no kidding.

Steamed Pork Spare Rib in Gravy 190 Baht (About RM22.90)

Another sweet dish, one of the Gibson’s favorite in this restaurant.

Steamed Pork Dumpling 80 Baht (About RM9.60)

Taste like our Siew Mai.

Coconut Ice Cream 60 Baht (About RM7.20)

This ice cream is all about coconut, you can taste the freshness of coconut water and the creaminess of it milk, so refreshing.

Custard Apple Ice Cream 80 Baht (About RM9.60)

Another must try ice cream. How often do you get to enjoy custard apple ice cream? Rare isn’t it? So don’t miss the opportunity.

Black Bean and Sweet Sticky Rice in Coconut Milk 70 Baht (About RM8.50)

This is a dessert that has the flavors of sweet and salty in the aroma of coconut. Thumbs up!

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For our convenience, we had our lunch at Yentafo Krueng Songe in Terminal 21; just take BTS to Asok station.

Address: 88, Terminal 21, 5th Floor, Soi Sukhumvit 19 Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoei North, Khet Wattana, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Contact: +66 2 946 1000
Operating Hour: 10 am to 10 pm Daily.

The price list presented here is as on 5th September, the day when I visited the restaurant; when the exchange rate was RM1 to 8.30 baht. All prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% VAT.

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