Ah Restaurant @ Hatyai, Thailand

Ah Restaurant was the must try Hatyai’s local restaurant. We found this gem while we walk around town center for dinner. We revisit them again on the next day to try different dishes. It located near to Kim Yong Market in Hatyai.

Sweet & Sour Sauce Fish was very delicious. Fish was deep fried but it still preserve the juicy meat with crispy skin.

Seafood Tom Yam Kong was the best tom yam kong I ever had in Hatyai. Trust me that you guys really need to try it. All the ingredients was very fresh include the fish meat, squid and shrimp. Strong lemongrass scent if you love it. I can eat atleast two bowls of white rice with this tom yam kong.

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Chen Long Boat Noodle @ Hatyai, Thailand

Chen Long Boat Noodle was the most popular boat noodle soup in Hatyai, Thailand.  It is not an eatery opened by Hong Kong actor, Jackie Chan. They serve braised beef or pork boat noodle. They have 4 different types of noodles. It can be serve in soup, dry and tomyam.

Surpringly we all order beehoon noodle and we all choose soup type. Served with meatballs, pork slice as well as vegetable. It is also serve fresh raw vegetables and bean sprouts. You can add into your noodle soup.

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McDonald’s @ Lee Gardens Plaza, Hatyai, Thailand

We decided to try out the McDonald’s in Hatyai. It was my third time having the Thailand’s McDonald. For those who never have the chance to taste out the pork burger. In Malaysia, we don’t have this in our McDonald’s menu because it wasn’t halal.

Samurai Pork Burger was delicious with the juicy pork patty in teriyaki sauce. It serve with lettuce, tomato, onions, and mayo.

Classic Angus Beef Burger was awesome. I was surprise that the angus beef was juicy inside although it look dry outside. The beef patty was more delicious than the beef patty we usually eaten in McDonald’s Malaysia.

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Fuku Matcha @ Central Festival Mall, Hatyai, Thailand

We found Fuku Matcha at the 4th floor of Central Festival Mall, Hatyai. Fuku Matcha is a Thai food company, many mistaken it as Korean. They import premium and quality matcha and tea from Kyoto, Japan. They offer only 100% authentic fresh milk. Not the sweeten dairy creamer as part of their main ingredient. This way it is healthier.

Well, we not into matcha ice-cream this time as I was very thirsty for some drinks. Decided the try out their matcha drinks. So we ordered the Matcha Latte with Matcha soft serve and red beans on top, while the pearls on the bottom of it. We found nearly the while cup filled with ice so because we was thirsty, so we finish it off very quick. I believe if it was ice-blended, it would be nicer. 100 % authentic fresh milk without components of artificial cream.

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Kyo Roll En @ Lee Gardens Plaza, Hatyai, Thailand

Good news for Penangites or Kedahan! No longer need to take flight to Bangkok to have a nice matcha dessert or matcha roll-cake. Kyo Roll En open their new branch in Hatyai on 2017 and I only get to visit it recently on my family trip to Hatyai.

Matcha Cone was very delicious. We love matcha! Served in crispy wafer-cone with assorted premium toppings included the chocolate-made logo. The brand new SUMI Sticky Rice Cone surprise me with mild charcoal-vanilla flavour. Ofcourse it also included with the chocolate-made logo.

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