=Penang= Iyara Thai Cuisine @ Automall

There is a newly open Thai restaurant in 1st floor Automall, due to new and not yet be known by food hunters, it is very quiet, but we still give it a try, and turn out this is the best Thai food in town for my own list.

However it is quite pricey, which is the biggest turn down here. Otherwise this restaurant will be a must must must visit restaurant in town.According to the owner, their chef is all the way from Bangkok, and their best dish is Pork leg (name from their menu).

Otak-otak RM22

RM22 for an Otak-otak might be a bit too much, but this seafood Extravaganza is worth for money, because you really get the best from all the seafood which includes fish, prawn and squid in this little coconut shell.

Cha-Om Omelette RM15

What can you expect from an Omelet? The answer is sweet and smell good even just with vegetable.

Chinese Kale with Roasted Pork Small RM15 Large RM24

Chinese Kale with Roasted Pork, means salty and crunchy, good to eat as it is.

Pad-thai Glass Noodle Small RM10 Large RM18

Carboh diet? Glass Noodle is the best choice.

Mango Sticky Rice RM12.90

Dessert of the day, but the glutinous rice a bit too hard, otherwise is a good dessert.

Address: 29D-02-03, Automall, Karpal Singh Drive, Georgetown, Penang.
Contact: 04-3783733

The price list presented here is as on 21st May, the day when I visited the restaurant, They do not charge 6% GST, but they have 10% service charge.

*Thai Food*
May 20, 2015



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