Vicchuda Restaurant, Damansara Uptown

Posted: 2009-06-09 by W in 6.0 - 6.9, Drink, Eat, GPS, Halal, Non-vegetarian, Thai
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Suggested Vicchuda to DL for dinner. He agreed immediately because he said he needed to balance the sourness in his bloodstream, to counter the sourness feeling from his swollen ankle.

... sambal belacan with sliced cucumbers.

... sambal belacan with sliced cucumbers.


... iced lime, hoping to bring balance to my diet with the food I was about to eat.

... iced lime, hoping to bring balance to my diet with the food I was about to eat.


... fried kai lan with salted fish. It used to be a very nice dish.

... fried kai lan with salted fish. It used to be a very nice dish.


... tom yam is a must when dining in a Thai restaurant, of course.

... tom yam is a must when dining in a Thai restaurant, of course.


... DL said he wanted to order padprik when we were discussing on Vicchuda earlier.

... DL said he wanted to order padprik when we were discussing on Vicchuda earlier.

Rating: 6/10

The complimentary belacan still tasted the same, except not as spicy as it used to. Wished they could’ve given us more cucumber. The fried kai lan was not spicy anymore. The taste wasn’t as good as it used to too. Back then, everything was ultra spicy and I remember fried kai lan has some anchovies in it too. The tom yam was good though, I like how it was. Good thing was it wasn’t too spicy otherwise I would be suffering already. Finally the padprik with mix meat. It was nothing to shout about really.

The Vicchuda I was having tonight was no longer the Vicchuda I had about 8 years ago.

Location: N3 08.232 E101 37.431

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