Note: Kompassion II has now been renamed as K2.
Playful is the right word to describe KomPassion II, and it’s reflective in both the design of the restaurant and its menu. With its industrial finishing and fun cartoon caricatures on the walls, the interior was made to look like a cool canteen. And although this outpost in TTDI doesn’t serve pork like its elder sibling over in Damansara Kim (KomPassion), you can still expect an inspired mix of Thai and Asian flavours here.
Favourites such as tom yum and curry (there are three types: hang laey, panang and green) are featured prominently on the menu, but it’s the KomPassion Specials that are the highlights here. These house specials reinterpret Thai dishes with classic Asian ingredients and preparations – for example, bulgogi grilled beef with tom kha sauce, grilled miso fish fillet with tomato Thai salad, Vietnamese spring roll with smoked duck, and lemongrass tandoori chicken satay, to name a few.
If you can’t make up your mind, just go for one of the many set meals (tom yum with rice, curry with rice, noodles, fried rice and the like). The nasi campur special is a standout as you get to sample a few of the restaurant’s dishes on one plate, namely the hang laey chicken curry, green curry chicken, fried chicken, and even a small serving of tom yum on the side.
|Venue name:||KomPassion II||Contact:|
5 Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 7
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun, 11.30am-2.30pm; 6pm-10.30pm|