The cutely named BAHT is a simple restaurant in the Jalan Kurau area (I wonder whether there's any restaurant out there named Ringgit? Haha), just a few doors down from Baba Low's:
Variety on the menu is ok - not really a lot, but not entirely limited.
We started our lunch with the Deep Fried Spring Rolls (RM6 for 2 pieces):
Not bad. Crispy, and darned big - filled with tasty mix of vegetables and some meat.
(It's mostly veg tho)
The lunch sets are very well priced (although choices are limited) - RM10 to 11 will get you a main, fruits and a drink. I chose to try the Tom Yam mihun set (RM 10):
... served with fruits n drink:
Overall, ok. It was sour enough but not quite spicy enough. Wouldn't mind ordering again though. :)
One of my friends tried the Fried mihun (about RM 8 I think? Lost receipt, sorry):
Also just ok.
Decent serving size and average taste. A good point though is that it wasn't too oily (as some restaurants can go overboard).
There are lots of condiments at the side (add if you want):
(The shop lady explained that it's all freshly made)
Lastly, the dessert : Sticky rice with mango (RM 6):
Not bad - mango was sweet and the the rice was full of sinful carby goodness. :) :)
Overall: Low key restaurant, decent pricing, located in the quieter side of Bangsar, friendly service BUT food is only ok.
Baan An Haan Thai (BAHT) @ Jalan Kurau, Bangsar
Ambience : 6
Service : 6
Price** : RM 12 per person
** Approximation - 3 course meal, excluding drinks
Telephone No.: 03-2282 0991
Opening Hours: 11am to 9pm
Parking : Limited
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PS/ Sorry but I just don't feel very wordy today. Dunno why.... :)
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