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Long-standing | hidden gem | value Thai eatery + special dish “Panang” @jaithai.sg @jaisiam 🇹🇭
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We would never have thought that in Marymount area there will be a Thai eatery that serves “Panang” a Thai curry dish (dry version) that is so underrated. We went there around 11.30 am but the place only starts to get filled at 12:30 pm. 🛎
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We started off with ‘mango salad’ $7 (not as spicy as we wish but the texture is right on), ‘prawn cake’ ($5 For 2 pcs) just how we like! and the star dish ‘Panang Chicken’$7. While the Panang is not that dry as the name suggested and unlike typical Panang we tried in Thailand, it still tastes pleasant (sweet & creamy with coconut cream).🥥
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Don’t forget to try their set menu. We tried their fish tamarind Set $8.80 and the generous crispy onion complements well with tamarind sauce. Every bite is crunchy with sweet & sour tastes! We love that you can switch from white rice to brown rice (+$0.80) and the drink (lime juice) comes for free with the set menu making this a no brained for lunch under $10. 💰
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Quick fun fact about this place: they were est. since 1999. The Clover Way outlet was set up in 2006. The owner & their staffs are Thais. They have 4 outlets islandwide with 2 outlets (Dolby X’change & East Coast) (Jai Siam) serving Thai Halal version. Such an awesome hidden gem Thai eatery that make quite an impression!! 🤓👌
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📍 Jai Thai (7 mins walk from Marymount MRT)
7 Clover Way, S579080

Many thanks to let us order this off-the-menu item @Hungrythai.sg 🙏❤️
Pad Kee Mao “Drunken noodle mixed seafood”$6 Love the lime leaves and their wok hei aroma although squid might not be our thing, the prawn & mussel make up for it! We suggest going for Pad Kee Mao pork or chicken if you are a fan of spicy Thai food! 🌶🔥🤤

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Become regular early lunch peep (11 am) here. The classic chicken noodles $5.80 with generous chicken strips (Add: Onsen Egg $1.20) and Tom Yum noodle $5.80 (Add: Lava Egg $1.20) with spicy, sweet & sour broth never fail to impress us but what we find interesting is their tip on how to season Thai classic noodle. Who is following their seasoning tips!? 😆🙋‍♂️
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Complement these 2 noodle dishes with Thai Ice tea $3.80. Weekend eats satisfied!! 😚

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Become regular early lunch peep (11 am) here. The classic chicken noodles $5.80 with generous chicken strips (Add: Onsen Egg $1.20) and Tom Yum noodle (Add: Lava Egg $1.20) with spicy, sweet & sour broth never fail to impress us but what we find interesting is their tip on how to season Thai classic noodle. Who is following their seasoning tips!? 😆🙋‍♂️
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Complement these 2 noodle dishes with Thai Ice tea $3.80. Weekend eats satisfied!! 😚

“Chakungrao” is another name for “Kampheng Phet” province in Thailand. The original version of this Thai noodle dish can be found there. What a luck to find this dish in SG. The version of @kinmoosg comes with big bone marrow and pork meat is very soft & moist as it’s slow cooked for long time. Unlike Tom Yum, there is no grounded peanut, the broth is sweet. Dry springy noodle comes with plenty of minced pork and pork lard. Never try, never know!! 😉

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Looking to try something new on Friday and recall there is one Thai noodle place we never tried in Bugis area “Kin Moo”😋
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Got a tablet to place takeaway order. Having tried so many Thai noodle types in the past, we are quite familiar with their offer but “Baa Mee Haeng Kha Moo Braised”(Kha Moo = Pork knuckle in Thai) $7.90 really intrigues us. We order this dish and in order to avoid grounded peanuts in Tom Yum dish, we go for “Baa Mee Keow Haeng Moo Dang” (Keow = dumpling in Thai) $7.90. Both dishes are superb (noodle texture, ingredients and taste are spot on! ). You can opt out lard if not a fan.
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By far Kin Moo is one of TOP 3 places to have Thai noodle in SG. The cashier service is really friendly and she suggests that the dish can be customised (more noodle, more pork, add boil egg, no spring onion, no grounder peanuts etc....you name it! 😉). Don’t miss out this hidden gem eat!

Read not so raving review on this eatery so we were quite hesitant to try. With no choice on Sunday, we decide to go for it. We ordered Thai green curry chicken fried rice $6.00 & Stir fried basil with tofu cubes and sunny eggs $6.00 (got 10% off from Timbre + app) so $5.40 net. Both dishes taste better than some Thai restaurants we had (can’t mention the name)🤭 so if you hang out there in the weekend, just give it a try!!
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We gonna come back to try their Kway Teow dish next. 😉
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📍Hungry Thai
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Crave for “Pad Kee Mao” (Drunken noodles) and here is where to get one in SG. Tastewise, it’s spot on. The grounded peanut & chilli are a bit unusual as we never seen them on any Thai dishes except Pad Thai. Guess this is their new take!! 🤓

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Moo ping is heavenly and not too burnt.👌
Lean pork with no fat style which we love!

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One of wishlist eatery that we always walk past before the Roti Prata House. Very creative decor & packed dinner crowd, this eatery must be good! 🤓
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Basil leaf chicken with rice & egg $5.90 tastes really awesome and simply pure basil (no carrots & other vegetables to mess with the dish). Recommended for this dish! 👌

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🔸Thai green curry chicken with chuck toast $12.00 creamy spicy green curry with delicious oven baked toast.😋
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Our drink choices are Coconut juice $7.50 & longan juice $6.50. Total bill comes out less than $30 per person ( this include 10% service charge with 7% GST). Will go back to try their rice sets.

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🔸Grilled pork skewer $10 (grilled pork marinated with garlic & pepper) served with sticky rice, jaew sauce & skew vegetable. Tasted like moo-ping (Thai name) in kebab style serving!
Wish the jaew sauce could be spicier & richer but it is a very well made dish.👌

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