Hanuman Thai Cuisine

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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?Β  πŸ“Β  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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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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$20.60 ($0.80 from 4 containers) for 141

clear tomyum soup seafood $9.90, green curry chicken $9.90, stirfry eggplant with basil pork $9.90, mango salad $8.90

very worth for the price! tomyum soup can be quite spicy haha the attack-your-throat kinda spicy

Personally I loved anything savoury and Thai food always given me this satisfaction. Came across this place when I was browsing Burpple Beyond lists and read many good reviews.

Ordered main 1-for-1 crispy kangkong and clear tom yum soup since my husband can’t eat spicy . On top of it, ordered a steamed seabass with chilli & lime. The taste quite refreshing as they used lots of lime, and the fish is quite tender.

The crispy kangkong came with a dipping sauce which quite delectable and savoury. The less favourite diah was the clear tom yam soup with chicken. The soup was thin & sour only, without any β€˜kick’ factor.

All in all, it was a pleasant meal and only cost $23.50 for total bill. Happy tummy yet happy wallet!

Was deciding between this and Kin Moo just a few stores down, and chose this since it was more crowded (oops). Anw we got the tomyum soup with prawns, eggplant and minced meat and pad thai. All 3 dishes were really good, especially the soup!! The soup had just the right balance of spiciness and sourness, and very full bodied πŸ˜‹

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Tried both fried and steamed $9.9 fish on separate occasions and prefer the steamed one! Fish is fresh. For those who prefer flavourful fish, go for the fried! Prawn omelette is good too and pandan chicken comes in 3 (taste a bit like satay). Recommend!! Paid $30 for 5 dishes, good amount and variety for 4 pax

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Visited this place for the 1-1 but turned out the food was great even at its original cost! $9.90 for a whole fish and the huge portions for the omelette and Tom yum was very satisfying.

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Was attracted to this place because of their steamed seabass with lime and chilli $9.9 promo. Plus they were listed on Burpplebeyond and we get to enjoy 1-for-1 for the other dishes too! (Note the promo $9.9 steamed seabass is not included in the 1 for 1 promo). The main dishes that we ordered are: clear tom yum seafood soup, crispy kangkong, Thai omlette with oysters and stir fry chicken with cashew nuts (all $9.9 each).

The steamed seabass was fresh! But the chilli wasn't as spicy as what we had in Thailand (Songkla) before. The tomyum soup and the zhup for the steamed fish was quite similar though. So I will advise to opt for the green curry instead of the tomyum soup if you are getting the steamed seabass too! The kangkong was crispy till can't really taste the vegetable. Good for ppl like me who don't eat vegetables. I think I ate around 10 sticks that night πŸ˜‚ and I love the spicy chilli sauce that comes with the crispy kangkong! We felt that it was slightly too fried though so it will be too much of it is only shared between 2 pax. For larger groups it will still be alright and not too jelat. I like the crispy fried Thai omelette egg as well! Got the oysters (although I don't eat oysters) because it was the higher priced $9.9 item and more worth it for the discount πŸ˜… as for the stir fry chicken with cashew nuts, it came swimming in a pool of reddish oil and gave me a shock. Quite different from what I expected (and diff from the one we last ate at nahkohn Thai Vivo). But because big red chilli was used, it wasn't spicy at all. All in all we paid about $41+ for 4 pax for above dishes + rice and drinks. Affordable meal with Burpplebeyond. Use my code to get 30% off Burpplebeyond membership plans: LIJU445

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