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Huey Fang told us about this iThai restaurant a while back, so we finally decided to give it a try due to her persistent urging. Boy, she was right about the place, really affordable and good Thai food.

note: I believe this shop has relocated to Millennium Square at Seksyen 14, PJ (OK I don’t know anymore)

iThai Thai and Pasta Restaurant, Damansara Jaya, PJ
Fried rice entrees are just RM 6.90 nett

iThai is a lightly decorated restaurant, unique in a sense that it offers Thai food as well as pasta. The menu offers choices of fried rice, the familiar tomyam dishes, noodles (ladna, pad se yeu, etc), ala carte (chicken, vege, seafood, etc) dishes to go with white rice, as well as pasta and dessert. That makes it possibly to dine alone, or to have a family meal there.

Alcoholic info: They serve beer too, happy hour is at 3-6pm with RM 7 Carlsberg, if I remember correctly.

iThai Thai and Pasta Restaurant, Damansara Jaya, PJ
Set meal with fried rice, tom yam soup, and a serving of fresh fruits

I ordered a set meal that includes a fried rice entree with Chiang Mai fried rice, a bowl of Tomyam soup, and fresh fruits. You can also choose from Tomyam fried rice, iThai Fried Rice , and a couple other choices. At RM 11.90 nett, it is very reasonable.

I’ve so far tried Chiang Mai and iThai fried rice (green curry with chicken and basil leaves), and they are both very good. Rich in flavor, and I believe they use pretty decent quality Thai rice. The tomyam soup is seafood base, with squid, prawn, cauli flower, mushroom, and tomato. Sour and spicey just as tomyam meant to be.

iThai Thai and Pasta Restaurant, Damansara Jaya, PJ
we sure enjoyed our meal

If you are there, try their Green Curry curry puff too, only RM 1 each and I gurantee you will want more. They are irressitable.

Here’s how you get there:
iThai Thai and Pasta Restaurant, Damansara Jaya, PJ
don’t you love my Public Bank logo?

GPS: 3.126718, 101.615832