Baan Kun Ya isn’t all about food, the owners emphasized on décor, setting to ensure a setting that sets you on a soulful Thai Journey.
Baan Kun Ya or “Grandma’s House” offers classic Thai dishes which implies food cooked effortlessly and right from the heart like how your Grandma would prepare food for you.
No efforts spared in décor. Isn’t Thai Thai Thai but environment is cosy and elaborate.
Simple 1 soup, 1 veg and 1 meat meal tonight! BKY spice usage was perfectly administered into the dishes tried tonight. Wasn’t OTT but do prepare tissue to wipe sweat off your forehead. Isn’t Thai food if no kick isn’t so?
BKY offers a creamy Tom Yum but we choose the clear version.
Tom Yum Seafood. The small portion goes for $28 Ringgit & big portion $48.00 Ringgit. Its flavourful and enjoyable with straight burst of lemongrass, basil backing up those spicy/sour characters. Fresh seafood met our expectations as well! Not recommended for those who can’t take high spicy levels!
Stir Fried Paku with Belacan $22.00 Ringgit. Paku veg has a distinctive crunchy texture with a mild bitter taste and goes well with Belacan. A must have but slightly pricey I would say.
Grilled Lemongrass Chicken – $35.00 Ringgit. Boneless chicken tight marinated in lemongrass juice, accompanied with a green chilli fish sauce dipping. Aromatic and highly recommended! Chicken and Green Dipping partnered well.
Specials but we didn’t go for any.
Food prices are not considered to be wallet friendly but ambience and quality compensated well. Shall be back to try BKY’s array of desserts and other dishes as well.
RakSaa Sukkaparp Na Krab/Ka (Take Care!)