Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Talay Thai @ Fisherman's Wharf, Macau

Yesterday, we headed for dinner at one of the nicest Thai Restaurant in Macau.
Talay Thai is located at the Fisherman's Wharf, the ambiance at this place is just amazing.
Super relaxed and beautiful view.
Just the perfect place for a date.

Most people would choose to dine al fresco.
The place was packed at dinner time.
Come early if you want to have a nice table.
There's indoor dining as well.
Not very popular.
Except when it's winter and it's freezing outside.
Or rain.
Seafood tomyum. Extremely spicy but yummilicious to the max.

Pad thai with many huge prawns. I like it =)

Lala fried in some sauce and lots of basil(I think). Don't really fancy the lala.

Fried rice with shrimp paste. All the ingredients are piles onto the rice and you're supposed to mix it I guess. But the plate was too small for any mixing action. Eric and Mum said it's like belacan fried rice. Not too bad. Portion is generous too.

Stir fried mince pork to be eaten with.....

...Lettuce.

Fill up the lettuce with pork and stuff it in your mouth. Finger licking good =)


Talay Thai is obviously a famous makan place in Macau.
The food is great, the view is great, even the service is better than a lot of other places in Macau.
This is one place that you wouldn't mind the service charge in the bill.
If you've been to Macau many many times and looking for something new to try, head to Talay Thai.
Talay Thai website

2 comments:

Baby said...

food looks good and yummy.. to bad i'm not a thai fan.. enjoy!

Tracy said...

It is yummy =)
I can't resist tomyum*drool*

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