Lunch for the day was from KomPassion. I’ve eaten at this Thai restaurant several times over the years and food has always been good. I however, have not paid them a visit ever since Covid19 hit us and recently, I was told that somewhere mid last year, they underwent an interior and exterior change, a ‘beautification’ process of sorts. Hearing that, I dropped by for a visit. I was curious to see the new look as well as indulge in another round of yummy food.
It looked nice, me like. Bright and cosy it was. Too bad dining in was not allowed.
The menu is rather long, taking photos of it isn’t a good idea, lol. So, to view the menu, click the link:
Belacan Fried Rice with Belacan Fried Rice, RM 20 + Stir Fried Eggplant Basil, RM 17 + Green Curry Fried Rice with BBQ Chicken, RM 17
The Belacan Fried Rice was yummy. I’ve always liked this dish and decided to go for it again. The portion size was big as usual, good enough for 2 people. Nice flavor with plenty of ingredients, the rice came with 2,3 fish fillets. Just in case the fried rice is not ‘belacan’ enough for you, they also provide a serving of belacan sauce on the side.
This was something different, I suppose. I’ve never seen or heard of Thai Green Curry being used in fried rice prior to this. As I am both a green curry fan and fried rice lover, naturally this dish piqued my interest. The fried rice was good. If you opt to not pour in the Green Curry sauce thats comes on the side, this would be a delicious fried rice but without the taste of green curry. Adding on the paste makes a difference, especially if you are one of those who likes their green curry to be evident. The fried rice came with a good portion of bbq chicken strips that was a perfect addition to the dish overall.
Address: No. 5, Jalan SS 20/11, Damansara Kim, PJ.
Opening hours: Tue – Sun, 10 am – 2.30 pm, 5 pm – 7.30 pm.
Order link: https://kompassionthai.weeat.asia/cust/#/?sellerid=t2BFsaXuvRAYbVCkTJFCCdFUz9GFVUOMPrXhIYjP0EQ%3D
Signing out now, Ciao.