155 Kitchener Road
#01-01
Singapore 208528

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Monday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Crabmeat Fried Rice ($7) - nice but this was much better eaten there
Basil Minced Pork w/ Rice ($7 +$1 for egg) - delicious but pretty spicy
Prawn Phad Thai ($7) - decent
Thai Suki Soup ($7) - was weirdly sweet, don't see this as a soup, but more of a gravy for the noodles
Baby Kailan Roast Pork ($12) - delicious but portion was pretty small

Visited their new outlet at Kitchener Road, just a stone's throw away from City Square Mall. Smaller space, but service was not too slow and we were served out food pretty quick.

Pork Leg Rice ($7) - tender and fatty slices of pork leg sat atop rice drenched with the braising sauce. Flavourful on its own but pairs perfectly with the chilli. Skin still has some rough hair on it.
Crabmeat Fried Rice ($7) - Unanimous favourite. Not your usual wokhey zichar fried rice, but it was so flavourful with the shredded crab meat. Unforgettable.
Sambal Kailan ($12) - Pretty expensive for this portion size but nonetheless this was delicious, albeit slightly too spicy for our liking.
Clear Tom Yum ($12) - Chock full of seafood, this packed a punch so beware. Perfect for cold rainy nights.

Moo Ping or Thai-style grilled pork skewers) is one of our favourite Thai dishes.

Pork collar is marinated in a savoury sweet marinade comprising of Thai fish sauce, soy sauce, oyster sauce, palm sugar, garlic and coriander. It is then grilled over charcoal to create a sticky surface glaze and lightly char it.

BeerThai makes their moo Ping from a single piece of meat. This locks in and retains the savoury juices within the pork during the grilling process. At $3 per stick, you might think find it expensive compared to satay but you definitely change your mind after sinking your teeth into the thick, juicy and tender moo ping!

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I love a good stuffed chicken wing but only if they do not contain garden peas 🤣🤣🤣 I am therefore glad to report that BeerThai's rendition does not and the marinated meat stuffing is juicy, savoury and aromatic. Needless to say, the skin is lightly battered and crisp!

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BeerThai at Golden Mile Complex is one of our favourite Thai haunts. It occupies a corner on the ground floor of the building but is always packed full of diners. It is so difficult to decide what to order at BeerThai as they serve a huge variety of dishes on their menu.

We love that their green curry chicken is sweet, thick and creamy, and full of chicken chunks, aubergine and french beans. It is also tummy friendly as they have toned down the spicy level for this dish. It's great on its own and even better with rice! More importantly, it is really affordable!

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The raw crab is fresh n spicy but not very sweet

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