262 Middle Road
Elias Building
Singapore 188989

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11:30am - 06:00am

11:30am - 06:00am

11:30am - 06:00am

11:30am - 06:00am

11:30am - 06:00am

11:30am - 06:00am

11:30am - 06:00am

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We have been here a few times, close to home. Today we ordered the chicken pad thai and the minced pork dish. (Part of the lunch special menu, 5.90$). For the price, it is pretty good, decent portion for lunch. We found the pad thai sauce a little too sweet though. The service is pretty bad - they always seem to be having a bad day. Gets busy between 12-1. Their green curry is quite decent too. For dinner, I would head to the thai places at Golden Mile instead.

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Fantastic tom yum soup. Had no issue with replacing seafood with pork. What surprised us was the generous portion!

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We were planning to go to Thai Gold Food initially! However, it was closed during the festive period so we had to come here instead to get our Thai food cravings fixed, and boy we weren’t disappointed. Must-order: Tom Yum seafood soup, and beef curry. Avoid the fried pork with garlic - too dry and overly fried. Service was great! Will return soon.

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Not too bad, but perhaps I should have paid the extra dollar to get the seafood version instead of the pork one.

Rating: 3/5

If anything, Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen’s set lunch menu is something that would work well with the office workers around the area — the main courses are affordable, coming at below $5 while a drink is at a top up of in between $0.50 to $1.00 depending on the choice of drink.

It’s a rather decent plate of Pad See Eu with nothing to shout about. Leaning a little on the sweeter side, the noodles were slurpy and (satisfyingly) greasy, coming with chunks of pork. That being said, it does lack the wokhei, thus tasting a tad flat overall. Still decent enough if one isn’t quite as picky (or for my case, spoilt by Kra Pow’s spectacular rendition of the same dish).


My absolutely favorite place to eat Thai food when I'm in town (or after drinks). The green curry fried rice ($6.50) and deep fried pork with garlic ($18) is the best!!! Price is slightly higher than other Thai eateries but the food is awesome. Beef kway teow was quite disappointing though. Food is extremely spicy though so if you can't really take spicy food you must remember to ask for less spicy!

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