Ploy

Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Fusion -

WHY GO

A heav­enly mar­riage of two dis­tinct flavour pro­files – Ja­panese and Thai – has re­sulted in the birth of Ploy. Come here and ex­pe­ri­ence a mix, match and fu­sion of flavours and styles from these food-rich coun­tries.

WHAT TO OR­DER

The salt and pep­per cut­tle­fish comes with finely sliced chilli but with a lit­tle less salt and pep­per than one might ex­pect. The crispy squid is very tasty as it is deep fried long enough to make it crunchy.

An­other note­wor­thy dish is the salad of yummy pla duk fu or crispy cat­fish with green mango salad. The finely mashed cat­fish has the con­sis­tency of flaky candy floss when cut to ac­cess the green mango salad be­neath.

For mains, choose the Ploy black fried rice, which is slightly crunchy with a hint of squid thanks to the black ink. The rice is ac­com­pa­nied by very lightly cooked prawns and topped with an egg yolk in half an eggshell. An­other main course to try is the beef ribs, which are beau­ti­fully soft and ten­der thanks to the 12 hours of brais­ing, and flavoured with a sweet tomato, onion and lemon­grass sauce.

Liq­uid ni­tro­gen ice-cream is a house spe­cialty and is freshly pre­pared. The vanilla ice-cream is de­li­cious and you can taste the rich­ness of both the cream and vanilla pods.

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