Established in 1997. Sri Ayutthaya is listed as one of the Malaysian Tatler’s Best Restaurant which serves authentic Thai cuisines. Its menu includes diversity of Thai dishes which could be rarely find in anywhere else other than Thailand. 

Artfully decorated with vibrant color paintings.
Dim lightings to provide a cozy ambience.
Seats aplenty with comfortable seating space.
Tom Yam Seafood (RM12.90++)

One of the staple in Thai cuisine! Authentic and incredible tasting.  Comes with a generous serving of fresh prawns, squids, fish slices, and abalone mushrooms. Piping hot, sweet, thick and searing soup makes me crave for more.

Pineapple Fried Rice (RM20++)

One of the best pineapple fried rice i have ever had! I like my pineapple fried rice served in a pineapple as it helps with the taste and aesthetic. Portion was really huge and it comes with a handful of cashew nuts and raisins. Raisins makes the whole dish so delectable, as it adds a subtle hint of sweetness. Pineapple serving was generous too.

Soft Shell Crab Pathaya Style (RM38++ depends on market price)

This is certainly one of the best soft shell crab dish that I have ever savoured. Soft shell crab was really fresh and was fried to perfection. The sauce matches up really well the soft shell crab, creating a sweet and sour taste simultaneously. The presence of mango on top gives a sweeter taste to the entire dish, which makes it so scrumptious and addictive.

Thai Garlic Prawns (RM39++ depends on market price)

Prawns stirred fried in a tangy Thai Garlic sauce. Freshness of prawns were on points. Yet, the sauce was tad too salty for my liking. Very garlicky i could say πŸ˜› This was my least favourite dish of all.

Kai Hor Bai Tur (RM26.90++)

Not your typical kind of pandan chicken. The aroma of panda leaves elevate the taste to a whole new level. Chicken is tender, juicy and nicely spiced. It was a lil spicy for me due to the pepper overload but it was really unique and scrumptious! Could not have enough of it πŸ˜›

Kailan Thai Salted Fish (RM19++)

Who says all greens must taste bitter and awful? My favourite type of vegetable cooked with salted fish. Kailan was really fresh and crunchy, and the salted fish tasted good and crispy too. Slices of carrot adds a pop of colour to the dish. Healthy yet yummylicious!

Thai Thim Grob (RM10.90++)

Thai red ruby, diced water chestnuts in coconut milk syrup. The must-order dessert! Refreshingly tasty and incredibly delicious. The flavour was just right as it wasn’t overly sweet. Indeed a perfect way to end my meal.

Lot Chong Thai (RM10.90++)

Thai Cendol in coconut milk syrup. Shaved ice has a fine texture. Gula melaka was amazing with generous portion of cendol jelly. Not cloying and it’s indeed a refreshing bowl of happiness.

22, Jalan USJ 11/3j, Usj 11, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Open 11:30 am to 12 pm daily

+60 3-5631 0928