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Enjoyed the 1-1 Burpple deal. $9.90 per person for a hearty bowl of noodles, a generous portion of drink as well as a dessert. Will visit again!

Checked out the new Kor Kai at myVillage @ Serangoon Gardens, opened by the same folks behind Unyongkordai at South Bridge Road and taking over the former premises of GuThai Noodle Bar within the mall.

Being one of the items that intrigued us when we skimmed through the menu, patrons can choose to pair it up with a Thai Papaya Salad, or just with white rice. Really liked how the chicken was carrying a light and crisp skin on the exterior, while the meat is just so juicy and succulent with a savoury note. The skin comes with peppercorns for a slight tinge of spiciness; being more for flavour rather than for the heat, the spiciness is pretty mild and should be acceptable to those who have lower tolerance to spiciness. The accompanying chili on the side was also splendid; almost akin to those commercially-produced crispy chili (老干妈) yet with a sauce that carries a savoury note that also had the consistency of Thai chili sauce. Pretty amazing, and something which I would most certainly have again.

Yum??? Solid bowl of Thai noodle soup with really good broth that’s the perfect balance of sour and spicy! Generous with thick pork slices, this bowl also comes with fish cakes, fish ball, bean sprouts and fried wanton skin! 🤤🤤 Though the thin white noodles are thinner than what I was expecting, actually quite enjoyed the chewiness and QQ-ness that soaked up the broth very nicely 😍😍 Top up $3 to make it a lunch set with mango salad and dessert (though I’ve heard the desserts are quite so-so).

This is not your usual satay. Delectable marinate checked, beautiful grill checked, succulence and juiciness of chicken chunks checked, balance between chicken meat and fats checked. I usually avoid eating fats, but I found myself enjoying them here, especially coating with the thick peanut sauce that had an extra dimension of fruity sweetness from pineapple. Sprinkled with chopped peanuts and served with a side of sweet, spicy, sour, crunchy achar.

Enjoy eating house and bar is also a #burpplebeyond partner where you can enjoy 1-for-1 mains (and drinks)!

As expected, just some crabmeat here and there. Rice just slightly off the mark.

Good, except there were way too many empty shells. Unacceptable.

We wanted to order 4 Set Bs (classic chicken noodle set @$16.80 each) with burpple beyond which meant that we should be paying a total of $33.60. However, they charged us $39.60 ($19.80 x 2) which was actually set A’s price. Upon clarification, the staff said that it’s because the burpple voucher is worth $19.80 so regardless of what we ordered we will be charged $19.80. This got us really confused so we showed the staff the menu on burpple’s website as nowhere in the menu stated that rule but he insisted that he needs to charge us $19.80 because we are using burpple beyond. Only if we are ordering set B normally then we will be charged $16.80 each.

Because they are charging us $19.80 anyway, I changed my main dish to the red tomyum seafood soup as I had initially wanted to order it but decided not to as my friends all wanted the cheaper option. The red tomyum soup was reaaaally good — the spice was very authentic, it’s sticky noodles is chewy and cooked al dente, and they were extremely generous with their portions of fish, prawn, calamari and scallops! As their set comes with a drink too, I chose Iced Thai Milk Tea, which was a refreshing match to the red tomyum soup :)

However, after we were done with our main dishes and excitedly waiting for our dessert (which was as included in EACH set), we were disappointed again. The staff told us that we’ll only be getting ONE dessert for 2 sets while the menu says that it’s supposed one dessert for 1 set. And they gave the same reason — because we used burpple beyond. As we were really quite done with the entire conversation, we just let it go and said it’s fine we will just have 2 desserts (even though we ordered 4 sets). But after that, they served 3 desserts which made us really confused, but we didn’t bother clarifying as at that point of time we just wanted to finish our food and leave.

Tl;dr food is really authentic with generous portions. However, do clarify beforehand what the burpple beyond menu includes and make sure all the staff are on the same page because different staff were telling us different stuff and we definitely felt cheated throughout the whole dining experience.

Minced beef is stir-fried with chopped long beans, chillies and basil, served over rice with a fried egg on top. The combination of the basil, spicy chilli and fish/soya sauce made this dish appetising with good enough heat for that numbing sensation. I like it that there was an added crunchness from the long beans in each spoonful.