Lavish Meal at Sawatdee, Part 2

*Notice: Sawatdee has since been closed down for business.

*continue from the previous Part 1*

As promised, there is no fishy business in part two but they’re seafood dishes anyway…

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This is suitable to be served as appetizer or salad, the Deep Fried Prawns with Cucumber Salad was light and attractive. The tangy cucumber salad lent a refreshing taste to the deep fried prawns.

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Translated as Sawatdee Special Batter Prawn, this dish can easily feed 4-5 person. Battered and deep fried medium-sized prawns were tossed together with plenty of vegetables such as sweet basil leaves, julienned cabbage, carrot and egg.

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Deep Fried Prawns with Thai Chilli Sauce – basically cooked the same way, and served with a sweet and spicy concocted by Somjit herself on a bed of diced cucumber, pineapple, chilli, tomato and ginger.

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This is similar with the Stir Fried Crab with Curry Powder, except this was done with a bit of gravy.

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A simple stir-fry dish that resembles our local Malay’s, Stir Fried Prawns with Petai in Shrimp Paste (belacan). Somjit uses a bigger sized prawns for this dish.

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If you wanted something more appetising and spicy, try the Deep Fried Prawns with Spicy Garlic and Sweet Basil Leaves. The garlicky smell didn’t overpowering the dish and the prawns were coated in a thin, sticky and spicy sauce.

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And finally, if you’re wondering how does the owner looked like, here a picture of her. This petite lady exudes a friendly aura with her heart-warming smile and gentle gestures. The F&B industry might be tough but she’s proud of what she’s doing and believe that her hard work will eventually paid off someday.

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Sawatdee Seafood Restaurant
48, Jalan Puteri 5/2,
Bandar Puteri, 47301
Puchong, Selangor.

Tel: 017-370 8837
Business Hour: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm
Closed on Tuesdays.
*Non-halal.

Read my previous posts here and here.

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16 thoughts on “Lavish Meal at Sawatdee, Part 2

  1. hahaha … all also HAR. very ONG lah ….

    she presented them well, tower-like, almost tipping over.

    but the PETAI one got me salivating. though still think use Msize shrimps (peeled!) should be better.

  2. LotsOfCravings,
    It would be better if they’re lobsters instead? Haha.

    J2Kfm,
    You like petai? You know, there’s one Thai stall in Sunway serves petai with fried noodle. Saw it last night.

    SC,
    I think so too!

    Chin,
    Time to celebrate with prawns then?

    Tummythoz,
    Thanks dear! Nah, my skill is still far behind….

    Chaokar,
    No idea on the price as these are new items… but I know they’re priced according to the weight of the crab and fish.

  3. LFB,
    They do. 🙂

    BBO,
    Go and try!

    KampungBoyCityGal,
    Once a while is ok I think. 🙂

    CK Lam,
    Thanks! Not only they look good but they also taste good.

    WMW,
    Haiye…. yeah lor. 😦

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