31 Ocean Way
#01-12 Quayside Isle
Singapore 098375

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12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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This dish is the highlight and impressed us - it's like a treasure trove where the more you dig, the more gems appear, like juicy mussels, clams, prawns, cashew nuts and it's topped with pork floss and crispy fish skin!

The watermelon pops are a burst of flavour (all fried rice should go with this! - our new pov after tasting this, although we had initial doubts).

Ps. It's only served in watermelon bowl if you order for at least 2 pax (but we feel it's good to feed 4 pax especially if you're ordering other dishes) ~ $25 before gst

We also love every other dishes like Tomyum soup (which is spicier) and Red Curry with pork belly (very spicy)

Thumbs up! This place is currently having some external renovation hence it may not have a view of the beautiful quay side

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They didn't allow change to matcha w red bean so this was the complimentary dessert after the mango sticky rice hiccup

My only complaint was that the coconut ice cream melted a lot after being served on the warm tapioca, probably better if they were separate. Oh and also while the two elements weren't overly sweet on their own, they tasted abit saccharine together

Otherwise this was delicious. The tapioca was cooked in a thick syrup and the texture is right between dried tapioca and fresh. Best to share but I wiped it out myself

The sticky rice was ok but the mango was very sour. Not mango season but the staff very nicely offered to change another dessert, so all's good. Probably just wait for mango season then

Huge bowl. Sufficiently sweet, sour and spicy to be shiok. Fresh seafood makes it a good bowl but not as impressive comparing to their fried seafood vermicelli or kangkong

Another brilliant dish. Wok hei, sauce with a fantastic balance of sweet and savoury, fresh seafood, this dish got it all. Generous portion too, enough for 2 pax.

Gin khao is really stellar and firmly in my top 3 casual Thai places all time. The only reason they are on eatigo is because of the location, they're packed on a weekday lunch

This might just be the best plate of kangkong I've had. Intoxicating aroma from the wok hei and the sauce which was full of umami, yet light enough to go with the kangkong. Not a lot of funk either, just pure addictiveness. There's some heat too which simply adds on to this plate of perfection