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Sarah Ng
Sarah Ng

Pricey for a pretty tiny portion, there aren’t enough toast cubes so the dips are a bit excessive :( Taste-wise, the cubes are well-buttered and very crisp, but not particularly fluffy on the inside. The Pandan kaya is watered down and liquidy, but the taro kaya and the thai milk tea kaya are both quite good - the viscosity is thick enough to coat the toast cubes, and they aren’t too sweet. Go for the single dip!

This may sound like a strange combination, but is actually pretty common in Thailand. Note that it’s not salted egg yolk but just normal egg yolk, so it doesn’t add any saltiness. The egg yolk is added half cooked and churned together with the coconut ice cream so it’s frozen too. It’s easy to understand why the Thais like this: the egg yolk adds a richness to the refreshing and otherwise light coconut ice cream, and the pairing of the two tasted so intuitive despite my initial reservations.


I’m a huge pad Thai fan because I love that sweetish flavour profile but if you’re not a fan of that, this might be a little sweet for you. Otherwise, I thought the pad Thai had an ideal ‘wetness’ and was very tasty (the flavours were strong). Make sure to have it while it’s hot cause when it cools down, it hardens significantly.


From seafood pad Thai to coconut egg yolk ice cream, Siamese Cat is a Thai cafe that serves up authentic and affordable Thai food. Siamese Cat was actually Tuk Tuk Cha, but the outlets at Novena and Suntec have been changed to SC. The menu is otherwise almost exactly the same.


Go-to place for consistently good thick toasts!! I actually think this is better than after you’s thick toast because it’s definitely crispier and also very buttery :-)

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This well-fried pad thai is sweeter than usual (not complaining cause I love my pad thais sweet), but otherwise pretty balanced.

Was half expecting Prata but this was so different and so good and so worth the $12!!!! Crispy prata stuffed with soft warm banana slices, topped with condensed milk and sprinkled with sugar for that extra crisp. Collectively agreed that this was our favourite dish of the night!!

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