If anything, Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen’s set lunch menu is something that would work well with the office workers around the area — the main courses are affordable, coming at below $5 while a drink is at a top up of in between $0.50 to $1.00 depending on the choice of drink.

It’s a rather decent plate of Pad See Eu with nothing to shout about. Leaning a little on the sweeter side, the noodles were slurpy and (satisfyingly) greasy, coming with chunks of pork. That being said, it does lack the wokhei, thus tasting a tad flat overall. Still decent enough if one isn’t quite as picky (or for my case, spoilt by Kra Pow’s spectacular rendition of the same dish).