Tansy's Thai (Singapore)

Tansy's Thai (Singapore)

Thai food in Singapore
Tansy .
Tansy .

When you feel like indulging in delicious and freshly baked bread, head to this thai bakery at lavender. This is kaya bread. Generous portion of kaya on the inside with sugar icing on the top. The pastry is very fluffy and soft. The prices range between $2.30-$3, i think.... My favourite is still the garlic bread.

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Prices here are very reasonable, dishes are tasty and it is suitable for families or large group of friends to dine together. Favourite is the fried sotong, nvr goes wrong. They had a special order today, the prawn roll. Not in the menu. Very friendly staff and spacious seatings.

Was surprised at the portion. This was at $7.50. But no doubt the mango was fresh. I have to mention its not authentic enough as it lacks of something on the rice. Would love it better if it was more authentic and not that pricey.

Neatly fried beancurd with the sauce alittle too spicy for me who doesnt take chilli padi. The beancurd is very well done, not too oily and its quite chewy. Its a good finger food dish and to share too.

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Barramundi, approx $30. The sauce was mixed well, a little sour and a little spicy. Fish was really fresh and steamed to well done. good to share with 4pax.

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Love the pork and the noodles. Wanton are on point as well. Free flow of pork lard. Dont hesitate anymore, just get the $5 large bowl with extra ingredients. Avoid long q during mealtimes.

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This is the small serving priced at $6.80 a bowl. Includes two fried wanton, fresh and thick stalks of vege, half a ramen egg, and slices of pork collar. The pork collar is flavoured with sweetness and it is very tender. You will find that the noodles are actually same as our usual hawker wanton mee but slightly thinner and softer. And there is no doubt that the vegetable is very fresh and crunchy. This is actually originated from a thai wanton mee instead of our local noodles.

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Delicious and authentic phad thai around yishun. Good to share with other dishes as well..

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$6, suits the taste buds of non-spicy lovers but love tom yum soup. The after taste is milky, and the spicyness does not linger too long..

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This dish is absolutely satisfying. Satisfies my craving for pad thai all the time. Note that they have sugar, chilli flakes and peanuts at the side. You can decide how much of it you would like to mix in.. the prawn is fresh too, with a few slices of fish. The lime at the side adds in a refreshing taste to the whole dish!

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