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At level 4 of Bugis+, you can now find authentic and affordable Thai Street Food from just $6.90~

By the team behind Soi Thai Soi Nice, Pratunam Plus has an extensive menu from aroi mak mak Rice and Noodle dishes to everyone’s favourite Thai Milk Bubble Teas. Popular Thai style Grilled Skewers (from $1.20++) such as Grilled Whole Squid, Chicken Heart, Chicken Liver, Chicken Gizzard, and Small Intestines are available too

Interesting idea but mixed results. The squid was quite dry, while the rice was delicious. So order just the rice lol.

My go-to dish after a friend brought me to this place when it comes to golden mile. I prefer the kind of thick, spicy and sour tom yum over the clear ones. And this here delivers that.

In it lies a ton of ingredients, prawns, fishballs, shimeiji mushrooms, fish and sotong 🍲 The price tag at $6 is also unbelievable for the portion and quality! Unfortunately this place closes at 10pm if not it’ll be a good supper spot. Catch them at lunch and dinner hours instead!

One of the best around. Not just an unrealistic layer of fat but the skin was a thick biscuit. I bow in respect.

Nice hot bowl of noodles, best pick me up snack especially for chilly weather.

Soup had a sour kick, and came with a few slices of beef.

We always eat this in Thailand so gave this a go, but it's nowhere as shiok lah. The treatment was quite different. Here they fry the flesh in pieces. It's more convenient, but that's about it.

The perfectly cooked tangy egg noodles paired with savoury, tender bbq pork cheek is no longer a wishful dream. This is hands down my favourite fusion mee kia. Not only is the portion size huge, its fusion aspect was a hint of truffle that didn’t overwhelm the dish but created a synergy that made me crave for more with every bite. The dish is made perfect with a soft boil egg, and is absolutely addictive... Be warned you’ll find yourself craving for more!

The pork cheek is available on its own paired with peanuts, achar & a savoury dipping sauce. A sinful delight that just works so well with the mee kia. I’ll find myself back for more, and hopefully next time with some stomach space to try their deserts!

The space is cosy and the staff were really friendly and attentive. The food was pretty good, overall. My personal favourites are the desserts, Popiah Garden and Chendol Panna Cotta. Would be a great place to bring your family, friends or significant other to for special occasions. Would definitely return again to try the other dishes on the menu!

It's quite tricky to find the shop, coz its located at level 2, while level one is a restaurant  called Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen.
Feature the Mango Toast.
Thick toast, that crisp outside while inside soft served with mango ice cream and fruits.
💰$12.9 .
📍Wan Wan Thai Cafe 127A Bencoolen St.

Not the most flattering photo but a headliner Thai dish. The eight large ribs came dry, then the server proceeded to light it on fire, before pouring in (a lot of) soup. Apart from the garnish you see, the flavour profile of this dish is that of pork soup with the sharpness of tom yum soup. The ribs were fine, but didn't blow me away.

The meekia is their signature item and I highly recommend it. Generous portion size. The cabbage looks deceptively simple but is oh so savoury.

Really good, it's like chilli crab but with prawn and definitely with a non-crab pricetag