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Here’s one of my favorite little Thai food stall that’s tucked at the not so mysterious food court that is Ming Tien at Taman Megah. This little stall actually reminds me of those at Krabi, operated by a Thai lady who speaks a bit of Malay and Cantonese.

Thai food stall at Ming Tien food court
Thai food stall at Ming Tien food court

The stall operates from evening till late, and offers close to  10 authentic tasting Thai dishes – long bean rice, pineapple fried rice, belachan fried rice, vegetable, green curry, tomyam, sweet & sour siakap fish, kerabu chicken feet, and kerabu glass noodle.

green curry chicken, seafood tomyam, mixed vegetable
green curry chicken, seafood tomyam, mixed vegetable

If I was eating alone, I usually order their long bean rice (RM 5), it’s basically a serving of rice with long bean and chicken cooked in something that resemble our local Malay paprik style but with even more of a kick to it.

For a balanced dinner fit for two, I ordered a bowl of green curry chicken, Thai tomyam, and mixed vegetable (all RM 7 per dish).

The portion of green curry was quite generous, with plenty of chicken, long bean, basil and such, packed quite a punch too. The tomyam had some decent ingredients (some prawns, squid, lala), and you aren’t beat the price, but it could do with a little thicker flavoring though.

Haze and KY at Ming Tien, late night dinner
Haze and KY at Ming Tien, late night dinner

I also particularly like the way Thai prepares their vegetables, with plenty of fish sauce! This one came with cauliflower, broccoli, basil, and a few prawns. You could argue that it offers slightly less value for money compared to the other two dishes, but I’m not about to complain for a dinner that costs less than RM 25 for two.

Give it a try!

Address:
Ming Tien Hawker Center
Jalan SS24/8, Taman Megah,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

GPS: 3.114334, 101.611658

Discuss : Thai Food stall at Ming Tien, Taman Megah

  1. looks interesting, is this place pork free?? ;-)

    • rita: this food court isn’t pork free but the thai stall, i believe is pork free.

      • That’ll do I’m quite flexible, it’s very hard to find a good authentic and cheap Thai food, I hope someday god will forgive me. Thanx.

        • Rita: cool, if there’s an afterlife and it’s determined by what you eat, then I’m screwed anyway.

  2. oh man.. i will be giving tis a try.. i love dishes with plenty of fish sauce too!

  3. i found one thai bbq stall which serves the original thai hawker food. bbq pork, sausage (with rice+pork filling), chicken and etc, served with packet of thai rice (this is 100% thai). even the local thais are flocking there to get it. but location, a secret……….haha…….all i can say, i cant find any place except in Bkk…..

  4. Eric Yap Kok Wai

    your gf looks like a monster :evil:

  5. […] tried there were all pretty good too, but I wouldn’t recommend their tomyam (try the one tomyam at ming tien […]

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