Thai food is probably the most matured international cuisine in Malaysia, we now get most everything Thailand has to offer, thanks to our proximity to the nation of origin, as well as our generally rather similar taste buds.

If you’re not far from Setia Alam area and love a good meal of non-halal Thai food, then perhaps Thai Syok Seafood Restaurant should be on your short list.

Thai Syok Seafood Restaurant at Setia Alam
Thai Syok Seafood Restaurant at Setia Alam

Located in the middle of the busy commercial area within Setia Alam, Thai Syok takes up a couple units of shop lots. The place gets quite busy over on weekday lunch hours and especially so during weekend dinner sessions. If you get there later than 7 or so, expect to wait for a table, or perhaps even get seated outside ala mamak style. I guess you can also call it alfresco dining to be more classy.

dinner is best served in varying colors
dinner is best served in colors – lemon steamd fish, prawn in coconut milk

I’ve so far tried quite a few dishes over two different dinner sessions at Thai Syok, with rather favorable experience overall.

The tomyam (RM 15.90 – RM 39.20) is served in the old school hotpot, properly seasoned, and carries quite a kick. The small portion should suffice for up to 4 pax or so.

Their lemon steam fish (siakap RM 44.50 – RM 59.30) is a great substitution if you don’t want to go with tomyam, The fish is fresh, and you get the soup base that’s properly sour, spicy, and very appetizing. Just thinking of this soup makes my saliva going.

If you are into spicy lemak food, prawn in coconut milk (RM 40) should fit the bill. This dish is rich, spicy, and flavorful.

raw prawn salad, moo ping (pork skewer), classic tomyam
raw prawn salad, moo ping (pork skewer), classic tomyam

Think raw seafood is only associated with sushi/sashimi? Then you gotta give the raw prawn salad a go (RM 22.20). Over here they serve it with a slice of bitter gourd, which I think accentuate the sweetness of the prawn quite well. My first time having this particular dish was at Kepong’s Thai Village, and subsequently at Khun Thai, Klang. I’ve been ordering this dish whenever available these days.

The moo ping (grilled pork satey, RM 12 for 3) is Yuki’s favorite, and nobody rejects the order either as we all enjoyed it as well, but I would also like to try out some of their other yakitori dishes next time (such as prawn, basil pork, orchicken wings).

red ruby has got to be my favorite Thai dessert
red ruby has got to be my favorite Thai dessert

Perhaps due to the amount of crowd or their extensive menu, my experience was that we always had to wait for quite a bit before dessert is served. That being said, their red ruby (RM 6.90) is on point.

I’m quite sure this is a restaurant that’ll repeating business from us for time to come.

thai syok seafood restaurant map at Setia Alam

Address:
Thai Syok Seafood Restaurant
No. 7-1-2, Ground Floor,
Jalan Setia Prima H U13/H,
Setia Alam,
40170 Shah Alam, Selangor
GPS: 3.096934, 101.445174
Tel03-3359 6283
Hours
11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:45–10:30PM

KY eats – Thai Syok Seafood Restaurant, Setia Alam
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21 thoughts on “KY eats – Thai Syok Seafood Restaurant, Setia Alam

  • February 9, 2017 at 6:37 am
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    last time I had a “Thai Shock” is when a nice looking Thai lady show me her banana !!! o_O

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    • February 10, 2017 at 9:54 am
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      kekeke: we go to very different restaurants it seems. lol.

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      • February 13, 2017 at 7:07 am
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        i was abit…. mabuk…… keke

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    • February 10, 2017 at 9:54 am
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      Monica: yaaa, every Thai restaurant worth its salt has them. haha.

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  • February 10, 2017 at 6:37 pm
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    I’ve only had raw prawns (kuruma ebi) in a Japanese place…this must be something like prawn ceviche…hehe! ^_~

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    • February 12, 2017 at 4:46 pm
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      eatwhateatwhere: you should give it a try!

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  • February 10, 2017 at 8:21 pm
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    i try to order the raw prawns whenever i see them too … which is not often, probably in less than 1 percent of the thai restaurants in the klang valley 😉

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  • February 11, 2017 at 9:21 am
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    Syok’s the word! And everybody sure seems to be having a whole lot of fun. Great Thai food, good company – who could ask for more?

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    • February 12, 2017 at 4:46 pm
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      suituapui: yeah, great times!

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  • February 11, 2017 at 11:57 pm
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    KY, I love Ceviche of any type due lot Spanish restaurants in states. What is Red Ruby? Look so good .

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    • February 12, 2017 at 4:47 pm
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      Vickie: red ruby is a type of thai dessert that’s made with jackfruit, water chestnuts, and coconut milk.

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  • February 13, 2017 at 4:08 pm
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    I love Thai food, the sourness, spiciness, oh…I’m salivating now!

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    • February 13, 2017 at 4:57 pm
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      Choi Yen: yesss, overload of hotness & sourness is always a given.

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    • February 14, 2017 at 1:02 pm
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      taufulou: memang syok

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      • February 15, 2017 at 11:05 am
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        shiiiioook from cili, sweating, heart pumping and …

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