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551 Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 269692

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11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

11:30am - 09:45pm

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I love their tom yum noodles as it tastes really authentic and full bodied! It is spicy so only eat it if you can tolerate spicy food!

The phad thai is yummy too as it's not overly dry and comes with ground peanuts at the side!


Slightly more on the drier side, I felt that the overall dish was not too oily, but there wasn't a very Thai taste to it either. There could have been more Chilli flakes to it. Also, they have 菜圃 in it, I'm not sure whether it is usual? Hmmmm. It lacks the overall phad thai flavour in the entire dish though.

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Very good garlic chicken with rice. The taste of garlic is nice and strong with the chicken and it’s just the right kind of salty. This is really not bad. I’ve tried it twice and both times I’ve found it very tasty on a student budget.

Tucked within a row of shophouses along Bukit Timah stands this non-pretentious coffeeshop serving up a Thai food storm. Favourites such as Tom Yum Soup, Pineapple Rice, Mango Salad and Green Curry, every dish was on point with its flavour and texture. The best part? Everything is at affordable prices despite its prime location!


But waiting for 40 minutes when it isn't even crowded is ridiculous. They've been around for years though. I remember eating here when I was still in Uni 5/6 years ago? #howtonotbefat #burrple #lewu

Nestled behind a row of potted plants at the far corner of Coronation is an unassuming Thai eatery that also serves Western fare.

This place is pretty popular among students who school within the vicinity as it offers affordable students sets (about $6). Fortunately, for people like us, we just need to fork out a bit more (about $9 for a dish) to get a set like this, basil pork rice with fried egg.

The concept is self-service so the cafe doesn't charge GST nor service charge. The interior is nothing fancy but the satisfying food makes up for it.

The food isn't the best but it sure does satisfy our cravings for Thai food!

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