Rod Dee Thai Cuisine @ Seri Kembangan: Authentic Thai Food in Selangor

23:08 rebecca wong 0 Comments


When it comes to Thai food, I believe it is a favourite cuisine to many people. The combination of sweet, sour, savoury and spicy is so well-balanced that the dishes are just too good to resist. The flavours are bold and bright at the same time, and this is the reason why I love Thai food so much. And today, I would like to introduce a Thai restaurant that I've came to know of recently at Seri Kembangan - Rod Dee Thai Cuisine.

Tuck away in a quieter corner of Taman Equine, Rod Dee Thai Cuisine occupies the upper space of a steamboat restaurant.

The interior is very simple, and during the night, you can opt for the outdoor area which will be light up with beautiful lighting.

Mommies, don't worry if you are bringing your little ones. They can play and have fun at the children's room at the restaurant.

Grilled Pork Neck Salad (RM 30). The pork slices are tender, and I amount of spiciness that is packed in this bowl of salad. It's very appetizing for sure, but be careful of the chilies in it. I unconsciously bit into the chilies and I couldn't feel my tongue for the next few seconds. Nevertheless, it is a salad that I'll order again.

BBQ Chicken Sausage Stuffed Sticky Rice (RM 18).

BBQ Garlic Pork Sausage (RM 16).

Whenever I visit Thailand, sausages seem to be a must-have street food for me. Frankly, I'm not a sausage person, but I'll still make sure I get myself some sausages when I'm at Thailand. The firm, smokiness and toothsome sausages at Rod Dee Thai definitely transported me back to Thailand.

Pandan Chicken (RM 20). Most of the food in Thai cuisine are on the spicy side, but the fragrant and mildly sweet Pandan Chicken is perfect for those who have low tolerance for spicy food.

Taro Soup Fish Head (RM 60). Yam and fish head??! You must be wondering if these 2 ingredients even go well together. I had the same doubt as you but it turned out they paired perfectly well with each other. The sweetness of the yam and fish head with the flavourful clear broth, it's so good and comforting! Oh, if you can't take spicy tom yum, this Taro Soup Fish Head is exactly what you need.

Coconut Tom Yum - Seafood (RM 31). The tom yum is rich and creamy but not too spicy, and I thought the slices of coconut meat are nice touch to the dish.

Coconut Soup Crispy Fried Fish - Grouper (RM 68).

I truly believe coconuts are like bacons, they taste good no matter what and they make everything taste better! LOL~~

In all honesty, the coconut soup is SO GOOD!!! It's creamy, thick and rich; and the fried fish tasted absolutely amazing after soaking up all the goodness from the soup. I could drink a bowl of the soup on its own.

Lemon Steam Clam (RM 26).

I LOVE CLAMS and these are my favourite at the restaurant. The tangy lemon broth enhanced the sweetness of the clams. It's refreshing and delicious.

From Left to Right:
Thai Milk Tea - Cold (RM 5)
Thai Milk Green Tea - Cold (RM 5)
Thai Coffee - Cold (RM 5)

Both the Thai Milk Tea and Thai Milk Green Tea are on the sweeter side, but I find they are a tad too sweet. On the other hand, I didn't try the Thai Coffee so I can't really say much about it.

From Left to Right:
Ice Lemon Soda (RM 6.50)
Ice Pineapple Soda (RM 6.50)
Ice Roselle Soda (RM 6.50)

Compared to all 3 sodas, I'd prefer the Ice Pineapple Soda which tasted very much like Mat Kool Traffic Light Popsicle. The Ice Lemon Soda somehow reminded me of Eno drinks and not really my preference.

Red Ruby with Ice Cream (RM 8). Red Ruby seems to be one of the must have desserts when someone dine in a Thai restaurant. Not overly sweet, the ice cream is smooth and creamy and I like the chewy textures of the "red rubies".

Thai Coconut Ice Cream (RM 10). Probably one of the most creamy coconut ice cream I've ever had and I love it. The biscuits and crushed nuts added some nice textures and nutty flavours to the dessert.

Sticky Rice with Mango Ice Cream (RM 8). Compared to the other 2 desserts, I'm not a fan of this Sticky Rice with Mango Ice Cream. The sticky rice is a tad too mushy and the ice cream is too "perfumey". I still prefer the traditional mango with sticky dessert.

Overall, the dishes at Rod Dee Thai Cuisine are really good. Some of my personal favourites have to be the Lemon Steam Clams, both fish dishes and the tom yum. Some of you might be thinking Seri Kembangan is quite a distance, but it only took me around 30 minutes to reach there from SS2, PJ. I've traveled much more further to get good food, so 30 minutes is actually like driving to KL city centre.

For more updates on Rod Dee Thai Cuisine, check out their Facebook and Instagram.

Address: 28-1, Jalan Equine 1D, Taman Equine, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor
Operation Hours: 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 11pm Daily
Contact: +6018 228 2229

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