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Dig into a comforting bowl of Signature Thai Kway Chap ($5) filled to the brim with deep fried pork belly, Thai fish sausage and more at this stall in Toa Payoh Central. Order sides such as succulent Thai Boiled Pork Belly ($6), crunchy Thai Mid Wing ($6) and more Thai Fish Sausage ($6). Finish off the meal with a thirst quenching Thai Milk Tea ($2.50) or Thai Fresh Coconut ($4.50).

*Eligible for 1-for-1 Takeaways till 30th June

Though the aromatics are strong and there's a decent bit of heat, the soup was slightly on the milder side. Nonetheless, a good bowl, esp due to its generous portion of fresh seafood(there were 4 large prawns?!?!?)

The Thai food tasted authentic, seafood was fresh and portion was decent. Both Tom yum soup and red curry kicks a punch. My family enjoyed the dinner.

This was novel. The bread itself was Thai tea flavour, while the filling was choc. Decent.

I loved this bakery the first time I visited. This is supposedly one of their signature buns, but it was ordinary. The choc is the filling. Banana and choc usually go well together but there was no spark here.

While it’s a pretty ulu destination for Thai food, their food is not bad and is pretty authentic. Thai Green Curry had a good amount of spice to it and was very creamy; just the way we like it. The stir fried pork, while a tad bit too dry for our liking, had a lovely marinade that brought out the natural flavours of the pork. The Thai fried omelette good, albeit oily, but that’s expected for Thai omelette. Pineapple rice was all right, nothing much stood out about it but it was a decent place of it. Tuk Wan Kitchen is a good option for Thai food but if I were really really craving for Thai food and need it stat, it won’t be my first option due to the location.

Got reminded of it from @danielfooddiary recent post and realise that they now offer delivery and pickup for takeaway. Opt for the latter since I stay pretty near and it's sooo worth it (plus way cheaper too)! It even came with a free braised set too for every 2 mains ordered. Love the peppery soup base and the siobak (roast pork) plus fish sausage was so good.

I love this in Thailand, but this was so-so. This part of the pig is tender and there's always fatty skin, but that's about it. It came with salted vegetable and the softest hard-boiled egg I've encountered.

Recommended dishes:

1. Red curry w beef ($13.90)
- sweet but just right, can taste the pineapple that really adds flavor to the curry
- beef is super tender and soft, very yummy!!

2. Signature stir fried kway teow ($10.90)
- much better than the phad thai
- decent dish

3. Tom yum soup w prawn ($13.90)
- if you love tom yum you’ll love this
- not too sour not too spicy it was perfect!!

Other dish I tried that I don’t recommend:
1. Phad thai ($9.90)
- too dry
- tastes meh

All their portions are super generous so very worth the money especially if you’re using burpple beyond 1-1!!

Will definitely want to try their other dishes next time :)