Thai

Thai

Featuring Kra Pow Thai Street Food (Far East Plaza), Spicy Thai - Thai Cafe, Som Tam, Ah Loy Thai, Bird Bird, Tuk Tuk Cha (Suntec City), Cha Thai, Nakhon Kitchen (Holland Village), Tom Yum Kungfu (Boat Quay), Sawadee Thai Cuisine
Cassie Ong
Cassie Ong

Do get the Moo Ping ($2/skewer) aka grilled pork skewers, a popular Thai street food. Thin slices of fatty pork tossed in a punchy marinade, it falls off easily with each bite

Was there for the Crab Meat Omelette Rice ($10) which became popular due to Raan Jay Fai in Bangkok. But their savoury egg omelette rice dotted with crab meat fell short of expectation as it lacks the distinct smokey fragrance. Perhaps the Big Omelette Rice Platter will fare better.

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At level 4 of Bugis+, you can now find authentic and affordable Thai Street Food from just $6.90~

By the team behind Soi Thai Soi Nice, Pratunam Plus has an extensive menu from aroi mak mak Rice and Noodle dishes to everyone’s favourite Thai Milk Bubble Teas. Popular Thai style Grilled Skewers (from $1.20++) such as Grilled Whole Squid, Chicken Heart, Chicken Liver, Chicken Gizzard, and Small Intestines are available too

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After the opening of @eatkrapow at Chinatown, it has become one of our regular lunch venue. Menu here is slightly different and more extensive than the Far East outlet.

Other than Drunken Noodle, Kra Pow is my next favourite dish. On top of common minced pork and minced chicken thigh, they now offer cracking pork belly and tiger prawn with squid. Wok-fried with hot basil garlic, freshly chopped green and red chili, it is served with steamed jasmine rice and a sunny side

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Value for money~ Kra Pow, casual Thai restaurant, has a new and bigger outlet located within Chinatown Point. But as they open just before CB, most might not be aware of this new outlet.

Be sure to order their signature Drunkard Noodles with Pork or Seafood (from $8.90). Flat rice noodles stir-fried with minced pork or seafood, beans, basil, carrots and Thai birds eye chilli. Fiery hot with a distinct wok hei, it’s a taste you'll have to try to believe

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A stone throw away from Hougang MRT, you can get authentic Thai boat noodles @tiewmaithaiboatnoodle

These flavourful Mini Thai Boat Noodles ($1.80/bowl) comes in both beef and pork option. It’s so small, you can slurp it all up in a bite or two. But they do have a regular size too!

But I would go for these Tom Yum Boran Noodles ($6.50). Egg noodles soak in thick spicy broth served with prawn, squid, and sliced pork collar, it leaves you wanting more

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Selections include Taro Latte ($3.80), Purple Taro Smoothie ($5.80) and Purple Taro Shibuya ($11.50). Their signature air-fried thick toast is topped with creamy yam ice cream, small cubes of sweet potato and taro sauce. Just love the taro and toast combination that we quickly devoured it.

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Stir-fried flat rice noodle, minced pork and french beans, this unassuming dish delivers a spicy kick. Silky smooth noodles with minced pork, the spiciness comes after a few mouthfuls and I was soon tearing from the spiciness. Probably should order less spicy version next time but it easy to see why so many @burpple had raved about this dish!

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And as alway, we tend to over order 😂 here is only half of what we had. Do you have any personal favourite place for Thai food? Please recommend.

one of the many coconut desserts that can be found in the Land of Smiles. Served in a small porcelain bowl, this dessert is made of two layers: sweet custard base with brown sugar and salty creamy top. Coming together, it's a wonderful combination of sweet and saltiness.

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Back to Ah Loy for cheap and good Thai food. Reach around 6:30pm and the place was jam packed despite it being a Monday. Can't resist ordering Pad Thai, which is a simple but delicious stir-fried noodles. Their version is more dry but still eggy and a well balance of sweet and salty. Felt prawns were little but then you can hardly complain based on the price you're paying.

Note: they only accept cash here!

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After a rainy afternoon, just wish to have tom yum hotpot now. Royal Thai Hotpot is filled of fresh crustaceans, roasted pork and many other wholesome ingredients submerged in Tom Yam broth. We can't help but keep slurping the flavourful home made broth, luckily it was refillable!

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Cassie Ong

Level 9 Burppler · 1616 Reviews

A bit of sweetness can drown out a whole load of bitterness. So I’m always having sweets 🧁🍧🍡

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