Looking for Thai places?

Find a great place to eat based on millions of reviews by our user community


1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals

Members save an average of $20 per meal at places like these. Learn more here.

New Kids on the Block

Try these new places opened in the last six months

Make a Reservation

Secure your seats at these popular places

Get Inspired

Discover the best places to eat in these Burpple Guides curated by our editors

Thai Mookata is best with loads of lard, cooked with charcoal and enjoyed with friends who love e...
There's no other cuisine quite like Thai. Simple yet robust and complex in flavour, it's not hard...

What the Community is Eating

The latest reviews from real people you can trust

Being new to Thai kway chap, i was honestly confused about the taste because it tastes a lot like kway Teow in Bak Kut Teh (the peppery kind). The side dishes were little pricey, so I’ll still opt for the chilli pan mee.

Really got the travel blues but this visit to @warmupcafe.sg managed to take me away, even if just for a couple of hours. Featuring a comprehensive Thai menu, we went for the set menu for two and added on Namtok Grilled Pork Neck ($15). Everything was yummeh; crisp and fluffy Thai omelette, tasty red curry with a good hit of basil, cabbage with fish sauce infused with wok hei, and it even comes with dessert for two!

The main draw however is the setting; choose to sit outdoors and you’ll be sitting surrounded by fairy lights, astroturf and plenty of fans for comfort. Really had the feel of a Thai night market.

Their Tom Yum bread spots a very prominent lemongrass scent which may not be a hit with everyone but I absolutely adore it, along with the tang and spice that's synonymous with Tom Yum. There could be more fillings though, but at this price point, there really isn't much for me to complain about.

Went with the fail safe option of Curry Chicken and it did not disappoint! Fragrant and savoury, biting into this was akin to biting into clouds (not that I've tried) 🤪

Yam Mochi was delicious! Packed with orhnee, floss and mochi, this was one hella yummy bread, where the fragrant yam paste and savoury floss complemented each other perfectly, with neither overpowering the other. The mochi had a texture akin to that of a nian gao (年糕), where it was really chewy and sticky, adding another dimension to the bread.

I love old school bread, especially those that come in aluminium trays where the bakeries used to sell by half a dozen. Chanced upon this gem and it brought back great memories for me! The owner of @thaibaang went to Thailand to master the craft before setting up shop here in SG and it was everything I expected it to be, soft, moist and fluffy with different fillings packed within. Bought plenty to share with the fam bamz!

Am already planning on a repeat purchase to try those that my family wiped out! 🤤

I just love Thai egg noodles. Theirs was overcooked and soggy, but still good. The seasoning was shiok and the generous kangkong a nice companion. Unfortunately the beef was too sinewy and too much tendon. The ample pork lard was rubbery and tasteless. This came with a big bowl of soup that probably used many spices.

Finally tried this. No queue - another blessing in disguise from the lockdown. It's okay but not how the internet raved about. That's all the crabmeat you see. The fried rice below was also very basic. To the omelette's credit it really held everything together.

Pretty intense stuff, the sweetness and the heat was apparent but not over the top. Could do w a tad more body and the seafood was average(squid was overcooked esp)

I don't eat this v often but this one was quite well balanced, not overly sour

Not rlly a big fan of this, the texture wasn't the best after takeaway and it absorbs the oil. I doubt it's stellar even at its best but probably passable. There were ppl who enjoyed it tremendously though

This was pretty good, each grain was well separated and while a tad soft, they're packed w flavour. Generous amount of ingredients too