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Returning again because of its affordability, especially in town! 🙂 Considering the chicken rice is Michelin star, it was really value for money @ $4.80 ($5.80 for chicken thigh). However, did not feel that it was superb. They do sell several hot soup though, liked the bitter gourd one! Really worth the visit if you’re exploring affordable eats that are yummy!

In light of COVID-19, the restaurant has also taken several measures to ensure hygiene! Mandatory hand sanitizing before entering the restaurant, and all cutlery are placed specially in a plastic bag.

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Some of the dishes beside the boat noodles that I enjoyed most are the ‘rice’ dishes especially their flavorful fried rice and delicious omelette rice! Both comes with my favorite ingredient which is the EGG!
From L to R
▫️Bangkok Fried Rice
▫️Bangkok Omelette Rice
▫️Crispy Thai Fried Chicken
▫️Crunchy Thai Popeye’s Tempura
▫️Boat Noodles
▫️Boat noodles and beyond!
Thanks to @sghappens @boatnoodlesg for having me!

Satisfying portion of sliced tender pig trotter with skin, fried egg cover fluffy rice.
Highly recommended!

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We had the green curry and garlic pork and both portions were reasonable. With the burpple 1-1, it was of really good value. No GST & service charge here so the final bill comes out really affordable. The food was delicious and would recommend.

Pad Thai ($9.90++)
- original is Prawn Pad thai, but changed to Chicken Pad Thai instead
- taste not bad
- the portion is very generous despite ordering less noodles
- service is quite fast with several tables occupied

We stopped here for a quick dinner had two curries, one rice and one chapati between two people and we were totally stuffed. Had one spinach curry (green on) with chicken and one normal chicken curry. Food good but weird that on the Burple deal you have to order from Indian, Thai or Western menu you cannot mix and match which is annoying. Still food is good!

Tomyum with spiciness level 2 and sourness level 1. The ingredients is nice, they are generous with servings, soup is nice but I think I could have gone for level 3 spiciness. A new favorite Thai place around. It is best to visit during off-peak hours or arrive just before dinner time to avoid the crowd! The Thai green milk tea is also decent - not the gao type, which makes it drinkable and not too heavy especially to accompany food!
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• Signature claypot tomyum with seafood [$13.9]
• Thai green milk tea

These prawn cakes win my vote for the largest prawn cakes in Singapore. The patties were also very soft - which was not a bad thing because it meant these were giant coins of fresh prawn meat, unadulterated by any flour or starch.

Price: $8

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Love the Signature Claypot Tom yum Mama ($13.90) & Steamed Clams in Chilli & Lime broth ($11.90). Chose sour and spicy level 3 for the the tomyum and I loved the taste! Super refreshing. Don’t really like the pork bits though, not seasoned well enough. Clams tasted really good but too bad the broth went cold like Super fast. Would definitely come back again! Oh but I wouldn’t order the basil leaf pork anymore, not worth it here.