Pla dib @ The Heritage Village, Seri Kembangan

“Thai fusion or confusion? You decide!”

This popped into our mind ever since we’ve read a review from the Star on pla dib. On the first glance of the pictures, I’ve mistaken it for some new Japanese cuisine around town. What’s more it’s in Seri Kembangan; which is just around the corner for us!

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Without much hesitation, we hit the heritage village in search for pla dib.
Pla dib, which means ‘raw fish’ in Thai has a modern interior. Laid down with a mixture of wooden furnitures with red sofas and elements that was not so ‘Thai’ 🙂
A casual ambiance, we wound say, surrounded by a 50-acre lake. You could also opt to enjoy your meal outdoors by the lake.
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Starters:
Salt and Pepper Squid – RM 15
Add the extra zest of lemon to give the combination of salt and pepper a kick.
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Soft Shell Crab Salad with “Mayobi” dressing – RM15
Mayobi = Mayonnaise and Wasabi! A great combination of dressing that we’ve actually tried at home! We love this salad lots. If only there were more dressing to it, this would be perfect 🙂

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Mains:
Black Fried Rice – RM 18
We’ve tried Squid ink spaghetti, squid ink paella but definitely not this.
Squid ink and seafood fried rice with fusion of asian flavours were something special for sure. A must try if you drop by.

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Add in the raw egg into the pipping hot rice for extra smoothness and the basil leaves to dissipate the spiciness!
Creamy Cappelini Angel Hair with Ebikko – RM 18
A yummy order with al dente angel hair tossed with lotsa ebikko and fresh prawns!
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Dessert:
For every main course ordered, you’re entitled to redeem a free dessert!
Tham Thim Khrob – RM 8
Shaved coconut milk – very fragrant 🙂

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Flamed Crispy Mango with Ice cream – RM 8
Oops. I actually tot it tasted like banana before knowing it was mango. ;P
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Durian Gelato – RM 8
New in the menu, Chris and I loved this to bits. Like we’re actually eating durian. yum.
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You can forget about ordering dishes like ‘Tom Yam Gung, green curry chicken or even pamelo salad’, as their menu mainly emphasize on Japanese and Italian ingredients using Thai spices! Plus, they’re implementing on bringing in some pork dishes too!
Game for some Thai fusion? why wait? 🙂
Pla dib
G-13 & 14 The Heritage Village
Jalan SB Dagang
43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor
(opposite Mines Shopping Fair)
Tel: 03-89381936
Business Hours: 12.00pm to 3.00pm; 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Closed on Tuesdays
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10 Comment

  1. ai wei says: Reply

    love the eating experience with you guys. hehe. love it. the food at pla dib was another new experience to me 🙂

  2. Selba says: Reply

    The black fried rice looks so interesting! There's also real black rice in Indonesia (not from coloring) but I haven't given it a try yet.

  3. WyYv says: Reply

    I really must go to this place someday.. I like their outdoor area.. Looks so peacefully 😀 The food is very nice as well..

  4. jfook says: Reply

    Owhhh..Even I stay near Heritage Village but I never tried. I only been to Gasoline HAHA. And the service and food sucks. LOL.

  5. taufulou says: Reply

    eh, something new and the black fried rice certainly unique in style~

  6. Shell (貝殼) says: Reply

    Nice place! I wanna have a try!

  7. mimid3vils says: Reply

    the basil leaves are used in the black rice, I don't like wor 🙁

  8. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    I would have come here long time ago if not for the distance 😛
    I have a weak spot for Thai food

  9. Waysly says: Reply

    Nice sharing ! Will try out soon.

  10. Simon Seow says: Reply

    Er… Jalan 222 is nearer to me :p

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