Hanuman Thai Cuisine

47 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
Hanuman Thai Cuisine in HDB Estate! Did you notice that a rising number of thai food are popping up within HDB estates? Just within Toa Payoh Central, there are at least two, one of them is Hanuman Thai Cuisine. Hanuman Thai Cuisine satisfies your cravings for authentic Thai cuisines with ambience and service from the heart that triggers one's wonderful nostalgic memories in Amazing Thailand! With a brand new location to welcome the new year, Hanuman opens its doors to patronizers on the 1st of Feb 2019, serving a tantalising collection of dishes ranging from mookata buffets to authentic street thai-style zi char that allows family, friends and/or colleagues to bond and catch up over. Some of the signature dishes include: Petai with Prawns, Steamed Whole Squid with Chilli & Lime, Green Curry Chicken, Deep Fried Pork Knuckle, Deep Fried Sea Bass with Thai Herbs, Tom Yum Soup with Prawns, Pad Thai, and of course, the Mango Sticky Rice! Thailanders who miss home, wanderlusters who miss Thailand, you are in luck as this is the place for you! Hanuman goes above and beyond to make you feel at home especially in a foreign land like Singapore, where people are too busy to stop and savour delicious home cooked meals with familiar friendly faces and voices, as well as 'kampong-spirit' services from the heart, to reminisce Thailand vibes once in awhile. In essence, Hanuman Thai Cuisine is no doubt, underrated. All that's left to do now is to simply try it out for yourselves! Where to find this?  📍  190 Toa Payoh Lorong 6 Food Alley, #01-530 ,S140117

190 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
#01-530 Food Alley
Singapore 310190

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

For a quick and easy weekday dinner, turn to this casual eatery located in Toa Payoh Central for belly-warming Thai nosh. Fill up on the Chicken Phad Thai ($6), featuring kway teow noodles with a good bite and plenty of ingredients, before getting the tender Stir-Fried Chicken with Cashew ($9.90) to share. Served deep-fried, the Crispy Kang Kong ($8.90) sporting a light and crisp Tempura-esque batter comes highly recommended by the community as well – remember to dip that in the creamy and aromatic dip that comes with it!
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

Popped by for a quick lunch when we were in the neighbourhood and got some dishes to share! The kailan with crispy pork ($9.90) was easily our favourite dish, with plenty of garlic and a spicy kick. The pork fell a little flat though, as it was soggy and a little tough to chew. The stir-fried chicken with cashew ($9.90) came with large cubes of tender meat and plenty of onions & capsicums, coated in a slightly sweet & spicy sauce. The rice was rather dry, but the chicken pad thai ($6) fared much better - the noodles had a good bite and came with plenty of ingredients! Wasn’t too crowded during the weekend lunch, and was super pleased that there were no extra taxes :-)

I’ve always been a ‘leafy vegetable’ person but my friend convinced me to try this and it was surprisingly good. Texture was on the crunchier side but still easy enough to eat. My friend commented that today’s was spicier than usual, we spotted quite a bit of chilli padi, do request if you can’t take the spiciness! Overall, a great neighborhood find, I also enjoyed my crab meat fried rice which was more on the sweet side.

Pad Thai 7+
Pineapple fried rice 8+
Sea bass was great at 10+, meaty fish :)

From Hanuman Thai Cuisine, which had made its move from Commonwealth to Toa Payoh a couple of months back.

Being one of the more memorable dishes that we have had here, the Crispy Kang Kong is served deep-fried, with a light and crisp batter akin to that of a Tempura batter. The leaves give a nice chew, which gives it a textural contrast to the golden-brown batter. Really liked the dip that is served on the side; a creamy and aromatic concoction that carried red curry-esque flavours with a whiff of coconut-y fragrance — very addictive even on its own.

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