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The Upper Serangoon Road stretch has so much variety of food that I needed to try and this was one of them! Queue can get really long during meal timings.

What’s intriguing is the shape of the kway, which comes rolled up. I actually quite enjoyed it this way, as with each scoop, more broth comes together in each roll. Easily slurped them up and finished in no time. The broth was very peppery, akin to a peppery bak kut teh broth. Other ingredients in the soup included pig’s maw, lean meat, roasted pork (skin was still crackling crispy even when thrown into soup!) and a savoury fish sausage which was similar to the Chinese sausage. Was it only me who thinks that the portion was a little small? Anyway, perfect choice on a rainy day!

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This is a new outlet at Jurong Point basement 1 formerly Thai Express. The pad thai is so so but mango salad is good. It’s halal by the way, if you are nearby can drop by to say hi! Btw, service staff are not very attentive. Thai food still best served in Thailand 🇹🇭!
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Generous serving of meat. Chicken was well marinated. Place was quite packed on saturday night. Drinks were quite expensive at $1.95 for soft drinks and $3.95 for thai milk tea.

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No regrets trying out the food @uykdsg . They serve up a different set of Thai cuisine that’s more northern style and on a slightly less spicy note. This was the star at lunch both in terms of presentation and taste. Prime pork and back ribs cooked to tender perfection and garnished with lots of herbs set on fire with alcohol to deliver a more concentrated flavour followed by the pouring of the Issan spicy sour soup onto the ribs. The soup was absolutely slurp-worthy and refillable!

Pineapple Fried Rice with Chicken Floss was always a comfort staple & Chicken Tom Yam Soup added the kick needed for the day together with the crispy Vegetarian Spring Rolls 🍴 2 other lunch set choices were Green Chicken Curry with steamed jasmine rice & mini omelette and Stewed Beef Noodle 🍴 A very pleasant lunch place with spacious sitting capacity to take in the lunch crowds & yet not giving the diners the ‘suffocating’ feel 👍🏻 #burpple

Amazing dish! One look at the colour of the broth and you can tell it is packed with tonnes of flavour 😂 it was sweet, savoury and sour all rolled into one! The noodles also absorbed the broth and the texture of the noodles were 👌 Jump straight for the normal sized bowl ($6.90)! We got one pork and one beef noodles and they were generous with the slices of meat and meat balls that came along with it. Also had the moobing (pork skewers) which were mindblowingly tender and the fat just melts away in your mouth. The prawn cakes ($10.50) were also super fresh and fried well!

($3.00) Delicious authentic Thai dessert. Great way to end your meal especially after having mookata around the area. The coconut milk was rich and thick, and if you prefer to have it less so just wait for the ice to melt.

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($6.00) maybe slightly pricey for the portion, but everyone was getting their dessert fix here. The rice was fragrant and the Thai mango was slightly sour, making me wish for more sweetness overall in this dish. Nonetheless worth a try when you are in the area.

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I love Khao Soi and this is one of the better ones I’ve tried in Singapore. Located in City Hall, it’s convenient to me to pop by every time I feel like eating. Add more chili padi for the extra Omph!

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Part of #TGBYB- The Great @baanying brunch
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💰 $38.80++ per adult,
💰 $19.40++ per child (4-10 years old).
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Diners will get to enjoy unlimited servings of Papaya Salad over at the DIY Som Tum Station!
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💡 #TGBYB is running on weekends from 11am-3pm.
💡 Surplus of $29.80++ for free flow beer and wine!
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📸 & 📝 @whatjeanneats
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Location: @baanyingsg 103 Irrawaddy Road, #02-07, Royal Square @ Novena, Singapore 329566
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Better known as Seafood Otah in Coconut (S$18.90), I could not resist ordering this dish for the richness in coconut flavours. However, unlike what we were more familiar with, the Otah here would be more watery, but still spiced up and fabulous nonetheless.

Within the bowl of molten goodness, you would have two prawns, some squid and two slices of fish swimming. While some might not be too certain if this was worth the money, I would say that occasional indulgence was nothing to be ashamed of. After all, the food was good, as depicted from the steady stream of customers on a midweek dinner service.

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