Kuala Lumpur 2011 - Dinner at Celadon Royal Thai Cuisine

Having had our share of Western food in our recent KL trip, we decided to go Thai one of the evenings. Celadon Royal Thai Cuisine is at the top floor of Pavilion KL. This restaurant has been around for a while and is still popular, but this was the first time we tried it.

The decor of the restaurant is quite simple and effective. A few well chosen Thai artifacts in a mostly white colour scheme, and some nice furniture complete the cosy interior. There are 2 dining section - the main area just after the lobby, and small cosy corner on the side.


We weren't feeling very adventurous so decided to order the usual favourites. Stirfried Water Spinach - with garlic and fish sauce. Simple and nice.


Pomelo Salad with Tempura Prawns. A slightly different take on the typical salad. The dressing is very light and refreshing.


Green Curry Chicken. Served with some dried fish chips on the side which are very savoury and addictive.


Seafood Soufle (Hor Mok Talay) - a Northern Thai dish that is very delicious when done right. The normal version is thicker with a terrine-like consistency. Here it is more watery like a thick soup. While the flavours are good - the texture of the original version is more interesting.


Steamed prawns with rice vermicelli. This was the least successful of the dishes. The prawns were overcooked, and the vermicelli a bit too dry.


Being at the Pavilion, we didn't expect the pricing to be cheap. Our meal for 2 came up to around RM 150 - which is what you expect to pay at most KL restaurants nowadays.

Comments

Jimmy said…
Wow, those look pretty nice! I'd expect more, but if you say the quality is not that high, I am willing to believe you. Thanks!

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Pooja Singh said…
Will surely visit this place next time i am in Kuala Lumpur. And the pics looks so delicious.

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