Pim's & The Rama @ Aman Suria, PJ: Real Thai Restaurant & Bar

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After the success of its first outlet in Klang, Pim's Thai Food expanded their business and opened up a 2nd outlet at Aman Suria - Pims & The Rama. Opened for only a few months, Pim's & The Rama offers authentic Thai food.

It is quite easy to spot the restaurant with the big restaurant name.

The interior is spacious and very comfy with a modern setting.

Rama's Beloved Fried Donut Prawns (RM 18.90). Mince meat with prawns fried till crispy and served with their chef's special sauce. I thought the donut has similar texture to a fish ball, and it is a nice starter to snack on.

BBQ Pork Sticks - 3pcs (RM 12). BBQ pork is one many popular street food at Thailand. The pork is juicy and tender and generously with sweet-savoury sauce. BBQ pork is probably one of the many dishes I would order whenever I dine in at a Thai restaurant.

Original Thai Papaya Salad (RM 18). The salad is crunchy, sweet, savoury and spicy - everything you are looking for in a Thai salad!

Thai Otah Otah Seafood (RM 25.50). Rich and creamy Thai-style otak-otak. Unlike our local version, this is less spicy but a tad more creamier and rich in taste. I like this a lot.

Pim's Pandan Chicken (RM 17.90 - 4 pcs | RM 23.90 - 6 pcs). A place of delicious fragrance pandan chicken with tender and juicy centre is a must-have, especially the ones at Pim's & The Rama.

Thai Grilled Pork Neck (RM 19). This is probably one of the well-loved dishes throughout the night. The meat is well-marinated, tender and juicy.

Fresh Siakiap Seamed with Chili & Lime Soup (RM 66). I love steamed fish especially Thai-style steamed fish. The sour and spicy broth is so appetizing! Pour in a bottle of Thai beer to elevate the entire dish and bring out the sweetness of the fish.

Fresh Boneless Deepfried Siakiap Fish with Thai Sweet & Sour Sauce (RM 68). If steamed fish is not for you, go for the crispy boneless fried fish then. Crispy skin and flaky meat drizzled with sweet & sour sauce.

Yen Ta Fo (RM 39). Thai's version of Chinese's Yong Tau Foo, this special Thai hotpot is made mainly using soy. As many Thai dishes, the soup is sour and spicy but it has a hint of sweetness in it. If you have never tried Thai-style Yong Tau Foo, do come to Pim's and give this dish a try.

Pim's Super Seafood Tom Yum Pot (RM 88). The seafood tom yum pot is definitely for those who love having seafood tom yum. The pot comes with live tiger prawns, New Zealand Mussels, Crayfish, baby snowcrab, Thai roasted pork, octopus, squid, onsen eggs, abalone, Lala, mushrooms, scallops, fishballs, and Thai QQ noodles. The tom yom soup is refillable, and the pot comes in 3 sizes depending on the size of the group.

Chef's Green Curry Chicken (RM 28). Rich and creamy Thai green curry served with tender beef slices.

Chef's Green Curry Seafood (RM 29). Not a fan of beef? Seafood it is then!

Pad Thai Noodles Prawn (RM 16.50). If you are looking for something simple, a plate of classic Pad Thai might just be what you are looking for.

Spicy Hot-Basil Leaf Minced Pork Rice with Fried Egg (RM 14.90). Another simple yet classic Thai street food - minced pork with a little bit of spiciness but packed with aromatic basil leaves.

Thai Pork Leg on Rice (RM 15.90). Braised for long hours, the pork leg is almost melt in your mouth tender.

Thai Purple Drink with Lime (RM 5.50). Cool and refreshing drink to have especially after all the hot and spicy Thai food.

Pim's & The Rama has quite an extensive menu list and I felt the pricing is pretty reasonable for a Thai restaurant. If you are looking to explore new Thai restaurant in PJ area, Pim's & The Rama would be a good place to go.

To know more updates on Pim's & The Rama, check out their Facebook and Instagram.

Address: 22, Jalan PJU 1/43A, Aman Suria Damansara, Petaling Jaya, 47301 Selangor
Operation Hours: 11.30am to 12am (Sunday to Thursday) | 11.30am to 1am (Friday & Saturday)
Contact: +603 7802 8386

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