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7 Clover Way
Singapore 579080

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Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

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Reviews

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We ordered mixed vegetable, pad thai with chicken ($6), fried chicken with salt and pepper ($7), prawn cakes ($5 for 2) and pineapple rice ($6). The pad thai with chicken and fried chicken tasted good while the other dishes were so-so. We also had mango sticky rice - the rice was a little hard to chew and came rather cold. The saving grace was the sweet mango as fortunately the fruit was in season.

Tasty portion of these colourful dishes.
Fried chicken cashew nuts & Fried mixed vegetables.
Quite good actually.

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Tilapia deep fried crispy.
Deep flavoured sauce covered it.
Definitely must go with the fluffy rice.

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Tickling sensation from this slightly spicy sour Tom Yum bowl.
Generous with ingredients.

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Long-standing | hidden gem | value Thai eatery + special dish “Panang” @jaithai.sg @jaisiam 🇹🇭
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We would never have thought that in Marymount area there will be a Thai eatery that serves “Panang” a Thai curry dish (dry version) that is so underrated. We went there around 11.30 am but the place only starts to get filled at 12:30 pm. 🛎
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We started off with ‘mango salad’ $7 (not as spicy as we wish but the texture is right on), ‘prawn cake’ ($5 For 2 pcs) just how we like! and the star dish ‘Panang Chicken’$7. While the Panang is not that dry as the name suggested and unlike typical Panang we tried in Thailand, it still tastes pleasant (sweet & creamy with coconut cream).🥥
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Don’t forget to try their set menu. We tried their fish tamarind Set $8.80 and the generous crispy onion complements well with tamarind sauce. Every bite is crunchy with sweet & sour tastes! We love that you can switch from white rice to brown rice (+$0.80) and the drink (lime juice) comes for free with the set menu making this a no brained for lunch under $10. 💰
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Quick fun fact about this place: they were est. since 1999. The Clover Way outlet was set up in 2006. The owner & their staffs are Thais. They have 4 outlets islandwide with 2 outlets (Dolby X’change & East Coast) (Jai Siam) serving Thai Halal version. Such an awesome hidden gem Thai eatery that make quite an impression!! 🤓👌
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📍 Jai Thai (7 mins walk from Marymount MRT)
7 Clover Way, S579080

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During my schooling days, Jai Thai used to be a place I frequent. I decided to pay it a visit again yesterday, and to my dismay the menu had changed.

As I wasn’t feeling too adventurous, I settled for some fried tang hoon with chicken. The noodles were a nice chewy texture, but was overall rather bland. The chicken was also rather bland. It was definitely not worth the $6 which I paid.

However, while the green curry seems to be a rather bright green, it is actually pretty flavorful and rich! And it goes for a price of $7 - definitely much more worth it than the fried tang hoon.

If I do return, I would recommend just ordering some white rice to go with the green curry.

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