Thai Food at Funky Villa

Few weeks ago some of us went dinner at Funky Villa at [email protected] Heard a lot about their specialty Thai Food and finally we got the chance to experience the awesomeness by ourselves. 😀 The ambience of the place was very soothing and funky… hence the name of the place. lol

Here are some of the stuff we ordered and I must tell you.. I love each and every one of them.

We tried 3 of their famous drinks, Iced Roselle, Iced Tamarind and Iced Lemongress. The one I like most is the Roselle. At first sip, I thought I was drinking some sweetened flower petals, then only I found out it was made of rose and its good for health.

We ordered a few appetisers. My favourite was this, Half Boiled Eggs Wrapped in FishCakes. It’s superb I tell you! It’s not the ordinary thai fish cake that you tried before. This one is specially made fish cakes wrapping half boiled eggs with some of their own gravy.. heavenlike. Yumz!

Another one I enjoyed was this.
Imagine… fish floss with peanut.. mixed it with mango slices = wow. Lol I rate this 9/10. My mouth is watering as Im typing this lol.

This is new to me as I’ve never tried before elsewhere. Prawn Wrapped In Vermicelli. This one is like prawns wrapped in springroll skin + crunchy vermicelli. Rangup dan lazat as some might say.. ahhaha. Ok enough about the starters. Here comes the main dishes!

This one is called Basil Leaf Beef. I’m a beef lover and therefore I love this. Ahaha. It has a little bit of spiciness and a little bit of sweet which carries very well with the tender beed and basil leaves. I would’ve finished the whole thing if I could. I rate this one 9.5/10.

I can still remember the taste of this very well. The sweet and sour gravy with tangy cuttlefish is to die for. If you want to fully enjoy yourself, you have to order this Steam Squid. Just by looking at the colourful chopped garlic, lime and chilli will get you hungry straight away.

Last but not least, the Otak-Otak Thai Style dish. Served in a whole coconut, this otak-otak is wrapped with the taste of coconut and fish. Or rather the other way round. However you put it, you will definitely taste the fish, the herbs and the coconut.
OK I have to go find some food now as I am very hungry already just by thinking of the food at Funky Villa.

Do check it out if you are nearby [email protected]

Lot No G-03A, G-06 & EG-06,
GROUND FLOOR [email protected] (formerly Cineleisure)
No. 24 Jalan PJU7/3, Mutiara Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: 03 7725 2308 / 014 699 9098 (Communication Manager of Funky Villa)

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  1. JustinH


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  2. Joey

    eih…i tot we order those rose drink at some local food store too…syrub ma????

    smashpOp Replies:

    nono this one taste diff 😀

  3. kornykornelius

    look very expensive…

    smashpOp Replies:

    erm.. a ok la for this kinda place.

  4. uLi


    smashpOp Replies:

    memang sedaps

  5. AaronWoolala

    omggg FunkyVilla here I come!

    smashpOp Replies:

    wahhhhhhhhhhh went d onot?

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  7. MsXeRoZ

    pOp!!! How would you rate the price? Of all i know the Thai Food can be quite expensive…

    smashpOp Replies:

    erm… 8/10 🙂

  8. Ujjwal Saxena

    Hey jason…..hi…….
    i jst wanna know whch camera u use for taking these snaps mostly,,,,,,,,
    please give me d spec model nos also….if possible…….

    smashpOp Replies:

    please look at the banner at the end of the post

  9. J2Kfm (Malaysian Food Blog)

    Good to see that there’s an outlet worth dining atr [email protected] The place looked kinda gloomy on a weekday’s lunch break.

    smashpOp Replies:

    yeah indeed. prolly more suitable for dinner

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