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Thai Food In SG

Thai Food In SG

Featuring Thai Gold Food, Nakhon Kitchen (Kovan), Soi 47 Thai Food (King George's Avenue), Baan Ying, Gu Thai Noodle Cafe (PoMo), Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap (Kovan), Pope Jai Thai, Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice (Plaza Singapura)
Emma Fangs
Emma Fangs

Pork skewers met expectations. The meat is well marinated and tender but it has quite an overpowering pork smell.

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I love a good Thai Omelette but unfortunately, this dish disappoints. The omelette was not fluffy and the texture is kind of flat and dry.

Doesn't bring out the sweetness of the egg.

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Tried both their Tom yum and beef noodle bowls at $1.90 each. The noodles were quite hard instead of Al dente. The soup is alright but nothing much to wow about.

The restaurant was completely empty on a Tuesday night at 8pm.

Not likely to visit again :(

The omelette is more SG style than Thai style but we absolutely enjoyed the food here. Thank you for the hospitality as well. -
P. S.: The chicken is amazingly savoury with a tinge of sweetness and crispy on the outside.

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To be honest, the chicken meat is quite little but since it is a restaurant.... I guess it is OK for $4.50. The chicken itself is very tender whole the rice is alright. Not very fragrant.

Chilli is the salty kind of chilli, not the spicy kind.

Nakhkon needs no introduction. Opted for a less spicy clear version of the Tom Yam soup as one of my friends can't take spicy. Though it is less spicy, it still has a good kick to it. Love that the ingredients is quite generous too.

Be prepared to queue!

Love that the kway chap is smooth and also in small pieces making it easy to eat. The soup leans to a more peppery taste.

My favourite side dishes here is the Thai fish cake which is sweet and looks like sausages and the pork belly that melts in your mouth.


Stir fry Maggi mee! Omelette is perfectly done again, Maggie Mee was quite q and not too lumpy. But a tad too salty for my liking.


Dry Suki was filled with ingredients but not enough glass noodles. Slightly spicy but nothing fantastic about it. Kra Pow Thai is alot better.


Pandan chicken is tender and well marinated.
Similar to what you can get at other stores.
Can try.

Signature Stir Fry prawn was packed with the fragrance of garlic and punch of spiciness. The prawn was well cooked as well.

It is worth trying.


Omelette Rice is their signature dish for $3.80 with options to add on toppings such as pork belly or beef for a range of prices. The omelette was very smooth and runny but the pork belly was tough, dry and just difficult to eat.

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