Deliciously Authentic Thai Food Chanced upon this Thai Eatery and we are delighted to have given this place a try. We ordered the following dishes: 1) Clear Tom Yum Soup 2) Papaya salad 3) Plain Omelette 4) Stir fried Kang Kong 5) Basil Pork The dishes are all very authentic with fresh and generous ingredients. We enjoyed the Tom Yum soup the most. Any Thai restaurant worth its salt should be first measured by its Tom Yum Soup and Koat Aroy doesn't disappoint. Highly recommended if you enjoy quality authentic Thai food sans the bigger bills normally found at bigger establishments. 👍👍👍
Winson
12w
Affordable Thai Food We had seafood tom yum soup ($8), mixed vegetables ($6), fried pork with garlic ($8), stirred fried glass noodles ($6) and Thai ice milk tea ($2.80) for sharing among 2 pax. The food wasn't particularly outstanding, but it was well priced and value for money. 👍
Qiutong
46w
One can expect an eclectic mix of paintings & wallpapers ranging from old to modern style Thai streets, along with rustic furnishings, fixtures & decor (i.e. oil lamps, Thai calendar, portraits etc.) that add to the charm of this three-month old Thai eatery. The atmosphere here is very homely & welcoming, & if not for the authentic & reasonably-priced Thai dishes, this'd be more reminiscent of a themed cafe than a restaurant. . Appreciate the fact that the one-page menu is brief yet contains all of the classic favourites. From $6 for a plate of Pad Thai, portions are generous and excellent value for money; this is especially important as it nestles itself in the heart of Taiseng for office crowd to come around. . In particular, we’re all unanimously fans of the Thai Steamed Fish w/ Lime Sauce ($22). They own their own fishery in Kelong & the seabass was so fresh & delicate you can basically give it an award for contributing its lifetime of sweetness to the dish, I mean that broth was honestly impeccable 💕 . Thanks @koataroy for the very delicious hospitality & @damien_tc for extending the invite.
Blanche
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Beancurd Soup [$7.50] You get the option of spicy or not for this and their Bean Paste and Vegetables Soup ($7.50). We got the latter with spice, so we went for the non-spicy version here. It was a super comforting bowl! Loved the egginess and generous portion of smooth beancurd, plus a bunch of seafood like clams, prawns and squid. Shiok especially on a rainy day!
Wei Zhi
7w
Bean Paste and Vegetables Soup [$7.50] Finally back here again after years! Kim Dae Mun is still a great affordable option in town, you get the main, rice (top up 50 cents for red bean rice) and a choice of side - cucumber, anchovies or kimchi for less than 10 bucks. Like their Beancurd Soup ($7.50), this Bean Paste and Vegetables Soup is available in both spicy and original. We had the spicy version and it was served brimming with different types of vegetables and seafood in a slightly thick spicy broth. It was pretty satisfying but it did get a little heavy half way through. Would recommend to order something else and share with a friend!
Wei Zhi
7w
Kim Chi Soup With Red Bean Rice Hassle free Korean dining There are places that I would visit over and again not because the food is particularly good but more so because my parents had taken us there regularly when we were young and Kim Dae mun is one such Place . They may no longer be situated at the old food setting but there are still some similarities in the way that the business operates and that evokes some good memories - given that my family dine rarely together now simply because everyone has a different schedule. I remember the mike ordering system which I find so entertaining to watch and now a new generation has taken over but the same ordering system is preserved. The food is still good - especially this Kim Chi toufu soup paired with a fibrous red bean rice and a nice ikan Bills side dish just to add that crunch. Prices have definitely gone up in recent times and portions have shrunk but at the food is still decent and authentic. Nice to know that their BBQ meats are still “ fried “ with water instead of oil so this renders the meat moist without being oily. So as Long as this place continues to be here, I would come back for old tradition sick and reminisce the old times.
MichelleLIN
19w
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68++ Dinner cond floor of esplanade mall, lies the dark ambiant, is actually larger than what it appears on the front restaurant. They serve their interpretation of local foods, and all there is on their menu is a set ($68++) Snacks-the amuse bouche, consists of oolong tea egg 4/5, "nasi lemak" cheong fun 4.25/5 and heartland waffle filled with foie gras pate and goji berry jam 4.5/5 Ang Moh Chicken Rice-dumpling stuffed with braised chicken, served with chill sauce, pretty much their version of chicken rice 4.5/5 Nippon koi farm silver perch-herbal pepper broth, black garlic pureed that mixed with the broth, tender fish.4.25/5 Toh thye san farm french poulet (supplement $10)-roast chicken and chicken roulade. Chicken probably is the least flavorful meat? This one was the opposite, so moist, flavorfulN crisp skin, but still tastes like chicken 4.75/5 Clam leaf snow-rosella meringue& textures of grapes. The pre dessert 4/5 Cristal de chine caviar-kaya ice cream & sin hong loong toast, their take on kaya toast. Was one decadent kaya toast, along with that saltiness burst of caviar 4.5/5 Petite four 4.25/5
Michael
4w
SINGAPORE Clam Leaf Snow, rosella meringue and texture of grapes. This dish is served as palate cleanser after a series of palatable dishes and in anticipation of the dessert 🙃
Laurensia
8w
King Tiger Prawn Risotto!! SEE THAT SUCCULENT TIGER PRAWN! So juicy and delicious on a bed of really creamy risotto- perfect recipe for the seafood lover, and carb lover. V good play on east meets west!!
Chubby
9w
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[The Guild] - I must say I love the presentation of this Butter Roasted Chicken ($25). It would have been too goody-goody, if not for that single chicken feet playfully tied to its body. Tender meat with just a touch of seasoning, this simple dish is a respite from all the rich dishes. Read more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/07/the-guild-keong-saik-celebrates-craft.html The Guild 55 Keong Saik Road #01-01 Singapore 089158 Tel: +65 62241262 Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line) Opening Hours: Wed-Sun: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Mon-Tue)
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[The Guild] - For Chef Vinny's favourite Mac n Cheese ($18). It may appear similar with the rest but one could taste the subtle elevation brought about by the house-cured egg yolk. Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/07/the-guild-keong-saik-celebrates-craft.html The Guild 55 Keong Saik Road #01-01 Singapore 089158 Tel: +65 62241262 Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line) Opening Hours: Wed-Sun: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Mon-Tue)
SG
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[The Guild] - Sourced from Singapore’s only oyster farm off Pulau Ubin, I was surprised by the likable texture of the Freshly Shucked Oysters ($6/pc). Those big and voluptuous oysters may be appealing to some, I find these relatively smaller local breed much appetizing with a balance of firm meat and less brinier taste. Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/07/the-guild-keong-saik-celebrates-craft.html The Guild 55 Keong Saik Road #01-01 Singapore 089158 Tel: +65 62241262 Nearest MRT: Outram Park (EW Line, NE Line) Opening Hours: Wed-Sun: 5pm - 12midnight (Closed on Mon-Tue)
SG
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