313 Orchard Road
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Singapore 238895

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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Will definitely be back for the Pork Leg Rice, it encapsulates comfort food. The fats just melts in your mouth.

Ratio for Phad Thai was a little questionable, it was like 30% bean sprout, 30% lean meat and 40% noodle. But still tastes like a good Phad Thai.

Lastly, the drink. If you can’t handle a 100% bubble tea, please DO NOT order this. I died on my first mouth and couldn’t handle the sweetness. Weird enough, we went at around 2pm, and the typical milk tea and green milk tea were already not available..

Overall, not too dmging to the wallet and actually delicious. There are quite a plenty of seating areas so this didn’t leave us waiting at all. Do definitely give the Pork Leg Rice a go.

Mario’s Celebrity Pork Leg Rice - $10.00
Pork Phad Thai - $8.90
Thai Longan Drink - $3.90

(Subjected to GST and Service Charge)

Experienced flavours definitely true to the street Thai vendors of Chang mai. Having spoken to the chef, some of the core ingredients are traditionally sourced from Thailand, made even more palatable by the seasonal ingredients common to us here in singapore

Absolute stunner. The braising liquid is probably the best of its kind I've had. It's light but umami and the sweetness makes it incredibly addictive. If the meat was a tad more moist it would have been perfection. Chili was punchy too, got heat and loaded w garlic. A must try for sure

Pretty average. Nothing wrong w each component but mango is in season now (4.5 for 3 at NTUC) and it's sweeter than this.

Ordered pork leg rice, chicken drumstick rice and tomyam pork bone soup. Very generous portions and received the food shortly after we placed the order. The pork leg rice and tomyam soup were delicious! P.s tomyam soup is VERY spicy.

Wasn’t expecting much from the hot plate hor fun but it left us impressed! Springy hor fun noodles had elements of crisp and char from contact with the hot pan. It was fragrant with the coating of a tasty sauce made with herbs and fish sauce. Besides the nicely scrambled eggs, we liked the flowy egg that added creaminess. It came with two fresh prawns and generous amounts of fresh and chewy squid. Only gripe was that it was on the oilier side. Overall, this brought us back to memories of Thai street food - not the most refined / healthy but certainly comforting!

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