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Interestingly the desserts were served first. Service was kind of slow.

Homemade Prawn Cakes (S$11.90++/ 4 pieces)
The last to arrive dish. Can’t taste any prawn in it. Seem to be mostly flour. Rather doughy.

Pad Thai Tang Hoon with Prawns (S$7.50++)
Felt that it was lacking of wok hei.

Red Rudy (S$4.50++)
Too much ice. The jackfruit was quite unripe.

Thai Chendol (S$4.50++)
Lovely soft green jelly stripes

Sanook Kitchen
Address 🛖 : 930 Yishun Avenue 2, # B1-01 Northpoint City North Wing, Singapore 🇸🇬 769 098
Open 🕰️ : 11am - 10pm

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Let's Kinn also serves a decent green curry chicken which is sure to please those who like their curries, spicy and fiery.

I didn't really fancy this dish cos it contained unappertizing scraps of chicken. I would have personally preferred chunkier bits which would be less easily overcooked and tender.


A crowd favourite that is not only refreshing but visually enticing as well with its beautiful jewels. It is made with ruby-hued water chestnuts coated in tapioca jelly, a scoop of smooth coconut gelato and sweetened with coconut milk. Served with crushed ice, this tropical cold dessert is sweet, crunchy and creamy; perfect for any hot day.

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A must-try and one of Khao Hom's signature, this omelette is inspired by the famous crab omelette by Jay Fai, a Michelin Star restaurant in BKK. Though it is pricely, it is deliciously worth it as we were presented with a large, thick and fluffy eggy roll stuffed with generous amount of real and firm crab meat.

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Let's Kinn Thai is a hole in the wall Thai eatery located in a sleepy corner on the 2nd floor of Tanjong Pagar Plaza.

Whilst most customers will be there for their tomyum hotpots (which Miss K says is so so and gets pricey rather quickly with add-ons), it is their ala carte menu which deserves more love.

We really enjoyed their pad thai which was sweey and savoury, with a nice wok hei. I must warn though that we have been back quite often and their pad thai can be a little hit and miss! They have a tendency of serving it too "wet" which means you don't get the distinctive wok hei flavour at times!

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Super Bowl Boat Noodle (S$20.80++)
Glass Noodle Tom Yum
Came with toppings such as prawn, pork ball, sliced pork, pork liver, beef ball, sliced beef

Original Thai Papaya Salad (S$8.80++)
Most spicy dish of the meal.

Grilled Pork Collar with Homemade Thai Sauce (S$10.80++)
It may looked plain but tasted quite tender.

Red Rudy with Coconut Ice Cream (S$7.80++)

Original Thai Iced Milk Tea (S$4.80++/ cup)

We were showed to a table next to the fishing pond. Although it’s alfresco dining, it’s still quite cooling.

BKK Bistro & Bar
Address 🛖 : 81 Lorong Chencharu, # 01-09 ORTO, Singapore 🇸🇬 769 198
Open 🕰️ : 5pm - 2am
Website 🕸️ : https://imperiumgroup.asia/bkkbistrosg
Note 📝 : Remember to bring the table number stand to cashier to make payment


Thai Honey Chicken 9.80
Phad Thai Seafood Noodle 9.50
Prawn Vermicelli 10.80
Thai Iced Milk Tea 4.30
Lemongrass Tea 4.30


Last meal before they move to Aperia

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1-for-1 Rice dish using Burpple Beyond

Tom Yum Seafood Fried Rice (S$7.80)
Olive Seafood Fried Rice (S$7.80)


Had a good experience here so made a repeated visit but it looked and tasted like an oil spill. Couldn’t finish the meal and looked at the bottom to find a pool of oil there. My guess is they didn’t drain the oil from the squid properly after deep frying. Wouldn’t go unless I need to gain weight.