Recommended lists for Thai

Recommended lists of Best Thai Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2018
Thai, Burpple Guides 8 Best Mookata in Singapore Thai Mookata is best with loads of lard, cooked with charcoal and enjoyed with friends who love eating. Find out where to go for the best Mookata in this list!
Thai, Burpple Guides Best Thai Restaurants In Singapore There's no other cuisine quite like Thai. Simple yet robust and complex in flavour, it's not hard to fall in love with Thai food. Here are the best Thai places in Singapore that will hit the spot whenever your craving for Tom Yum/Pad Thai/Grilled Pork ensues!
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makata with the guys. great value for the price paid. 22 per pax. #malaxiangguo #mookata #heigous #burpple #sgfood

Was undecided between this and the Sweet & Sour, which was the other flavour stated on the menu. The waiter recommended me this, and I am so grateful that he did! The sauce was sooo goood! Just for SGD 12.80, totally worth it!

Hands down, the BEST Tom Yam soup I’ve ever had!!! It has a rich creamy taste that was so unique compared to other Tom Yam soups I’ve had. Order this, just SGD 10!!

Love the Thai food here, not the typical ones. Spicy lovers would love the lala jade noodles!!

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They have just recently introduced a new shabu-shabu concept on top of the Bbq.
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3.5 munchies: Filled to the brim with assorted ingredients including crayfish, mussels, tiger prawns, roast pork, and enoki mushrooms, we picked the home-made tom yum broth that came with a fiery kick! There was also a good balance of sour and sweet flavours, with fragrant spices and herbs used. I’d recommend you to add the mama instant noodles that had a bouncy texture. #Burpproved

The big pot featured here, which feeds 3-4 people, is priced at $68.80; regular pot feeds 2 at $38.80.

3.5 munchies: Filled to the brim with assorted ingredients including crayfish, mussels, tiger prawns, roast pork, and enoki mushrooms, we picked the home-made tom yum broth that came with a fiery kick! There was also a good balance of sour and sweet flavours, with fragrant spices and herbs used. I’d recommend you to add the mama instant noodles that had a bouncy texture. #Burpproved

The big pot featured here, which feeds 3-4 people, is priced at $68.80; regular pot feeds 2 at $38.80. This was a hosted meal by Soi Thai Soi Nice.

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Cheese Mookata - $29.90
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For $29.90 net, you get free flow seafood, vegetables, meat, carbs, drinks and ice cream. Did I mention the unlimited cheese dip? Best go with an empty stomach and a few good buddies to chat while waiting for the food to be ready
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Cheese Story Mookata
Golden Mile Complex # 02-01

While it lacks any sauce like in our local rendition, the noodles are really fragrant and flavourful! However, the star of the dish is obviously none other than the glistening pieces of char siew, each with the perfect balance of tender meat and fatty goodness. Let's not get started on the colour as well. 🤤

Overall, this palatable dish surely hits all the right notes and is way worth the $3 to $5 price tag. Go for at least the $4 as you will get fried wanton that's crisp and yummy! 😋

OMG the noodle is tasty but so bloody spicy😫I was burst into tears with one bite

A shocking thing happened today. I managed to stop myself from ordering the “Drunken Pork Noodles”, my ultimate favourite dish at Kra Pow.
Instead, I got the “Devil’s Fried Rice with Seafood” which turned out to be nowhere near as hellishly hot as I’d anticipated (and hoped). It was really tasty though but not enough to knock the aforementioned noodles off my no. 1 spot. Only because this was a little sweet in comparison (likely due to a dash of tomato sauce) and I am naturally more drawn to a savoury taste profile.
Having said that, there’s no doubt this was one VERY well executed fried rice. The grains were light and fluffy, and there were big pieces of squid, fish and prawns to be found. I was also pleased to see perky-looking “kailan” and an egg tossed in for good measure. Still, that didn’t stop me from forking out an extra dollar to top it all off with a proper fried egg. I am of the opinion that every plate of fried rice tastes better with a runny-yolked egg.