The colour and Ambience is red hot. Just like the food.
The food is from most part of East Asian countries. Thai,malay, Indonesian, Burmese and Vietnamese. The dimsums are from Singapore.
We started our Sunday lunch with appetizes.
Prawn Hargau- it was soft, the prawn was fresh and looked divine. Like we say the first impression is the last. I was already rating the place with this dish.
Chicken Potstickers – made to perfection with the right filling and fried just as much required.
Sate Ayam Madura – a Javanese chicken Satay with characteristic kecap mania and dry roast spice was served with peanut sauce.
Malay chicken curry puff – is little crisp from outside and flavourful from inside.
Asian Green Dumplings – were the cutest things I have ever seen and they taste good too. These cuties were filled with mixed spring greens and garlic chives.
Corn and spinach Potstickers – pan fried dumplings spinach corn served with Danish blue cheese sauce.
Sate Jambur – oyster mushroom Sate in sambal spice marinate.
Malay vegetable curry puff – deep fried Malaysian curry puff with mixed vegetable Tofu curried spices.
Tom kha- thai soup was with chicken, Kaffir lime and lemon grass.
Larb Gai Isaan – thai minced chicken in fragrant rice powder and chilli flakes, Kaffir lime and chilli dressing.
Phak Boong Fai Daeng – stir fried Asian greens in spicy yellow bean sauce. Stir fried to perfection with the right amount of flavours.
Chicken in lemongrass and tamarind – Vietnamese stir fried chicken with tamarind , lemongrass and chilli. This comes with orkra and the flavours are mild and subtle.
Beef Rendang – pandang style beef stewed in Sumatran spices.
Nasi Lemak – fragrant rice cooked in seasoned coconut cream and topped with toasted coconut flakes.
Char Kuay Tiew Prawn – noodles are stir fried in light and dark soya in high heat with aromatics of chilli, chives and beans sprout and sambal oelek.
Lotus Root in spicy green peppercorn – crispy fried lotus root wok tossed in green peppercorn, basil and chilli.
Soy soi fudge Brownie – fudge brownie with crunchy nutty crust, sesame caramel sauce, peanut crumble, chia seed in mint matcha ice cream. This was to die for it takes you to paradise.
Vietnamese coffee Affogate – sweet condensed milk ice cream, sweet corn pudding, Vietnamese coffee, sago pearls, coconut shavings.
A must visit place for good food, chick interiors and excited staff.
Soy soi is located at kotturpuram opp. AMM school and opens for guest around end of march 2018.