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Thai Food in Singapore

Thai Food in Singapore

Good Thai eats that i’ve tried in Singapore so far.
Jonathan Lim
Jonathan Lim

This was so damn good! It came with a generous serving of ingredients like noodles, big prawns, clams, sausages, sotong ball, egg tofu, vegetables all soaking in a super robust, tangy and addictive tom yum broth! You can even customise the level of spiciness as well! This dish would be perfect to have during rainy weather days!

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The Mookata platter came with a generous portion of fresh ingredients like marinated chicken, marinated pork, fish, prawns, egg, assorted vegetables and more; while the soup base was light, sweet and flavourful! The ingredients went really well with their homemade Thai chilli sauce too!

Met up with my foodie friends for dinner recently at Leng Saap, a Thai eatery located at Golden Mile Tower (walking distance from Nicoll Highway Mrt) famous for their spicy pork spine soup!

The pork spine soups are available in 4 different sizes: M - S$19.26, L - S$26.75, XL - S$42.80 and XXL - S$58.85 with different levels of spiciness to choose from - MILD, SPICY, HOT and HELL. We ordered the XXL SPICY spicy pork spine soup for sharing, and were immediately wowed by the presentation of the dish where heaps of pork spine were stacked like firewood in a campfire.

Taste wise, the pork spine (boiled for several hours) was fork tender while the broth was tangy and really appetising! Yummy!

I will definitely be back again with my friends to try some of their other dishes such as Green Curry, Papaya Salad, Deep Fried Fish Pasty and more!

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Thailily Novena (no relation to the Thailily at Toa Payoh) is located at Goldhill Shopping Centre, and serves really delicious and affordable Thai dishes. Their chefs are all from Thailand, so you can expect authenticity in the dishes as well!

My favourite dish is the Fried Garlic Chilli Squid! Think deep-fried chewy squid rings covered in aromatic crispy fried garlic, so damn addictive! I can see why this is one of their most popular dish in the menu.

This place is also a merchant on Burpple Beyond (1-for-1 mains), so you can save even more when you dine here.


Celebrate the Lunar New Year of the Rat with Soi Thai Soi Nice’s Thai Teochew style festive creations available till 8th February 2020.

One of the festive special is the Heng Heng Rui Rui Pen Cai, which is braised for more than 12 hours, and include ingredients such as abalone, deep fried fish maw, fresh tiger prawns, roasted pork and chicken drumstick. It is then doused with the restaurant’s signature homemade Tom Yum soup which has a robust flavour with a right balance of spicy and tangy, damn shiok!

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Soi 81 Mookata may be a mookata spot but the dish that will make me come back is their Tom Yum Mama which was a hit with everyone at the table. I recommend getting the lobster set; think having instant noodles in tom yum soup mixed with ingredients like scallops, squid, pork belly, eggs and prawns and also a Whole Boston Lobster as well! So appetising and delicious! I can imagine myself loving this even more on rainy days.

Good news for mookata fans / night owls staying around north east area! Soi Thai Soi Nice’s Seletar Mall outlet offers their Royal Thai Mookata up till 2am (weekdays) and 3am (weekends).

The Royal Thai Mookata comes jam packed with fresh and tasty ingredients such as seafood, pork slices, luncheon meat and assorted vegetables. Help yourself to the various dipping sauces as well. Recommended if you wanna have mookata in a nice air conditioned space without worrying about smelling bad after.

Thanks Burpple for inviting and Soi Thai Soi Nice for hosting us.



If you’re looking for good and value for money Thai food in Tai Seng, look no further than Took Lae Dee at 18 Tai Seng. The basil pork was really yummy, with a nice spice and fragrance from the basil leaves (top up additional $1 for fried egg). The set also includes a drink of your choice (iced milk tea or iced lime tea).

We had the pad thai too which was quite tasty, but my vote still goes to the basil pork rice!


Trust me when i say this is a must order dish here at Penguin’s Kitchen. The moment the dish arrived on the table, there was a very fragrant aroma, and the taste was even better. Glistening thick pork strips fried together with full garlic cloves; all of these came together to form a harmony of flavour that was so delightful we couldn’t resist ordering one more plate.


Found a Thai style wanton mee that rivals Soi 19 here at Penguin’s Kitchen. The noodles were so al-dente, while the huge wantons filled with generous amount of shrimp and also the crispy & tender roast pork.

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The Kway Chap here is more of the peppery style (something like our bak kut teh) which is how they serve it in Thailand.

The shape of the kway was rolled up, with ingredients such as pig’s maw, lean meat, fish sausage and roasted pork (still very crispy despite being drowned in the soup) swimming in the peppery broth. Best to have in a rainy weather!

They are open till late too, so this is also a good supper option if you’re in the area and craving for some hot pipping bowl of soup.

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The crispy pork belly is a definite must order item here. The skin was so crispy that you could hear the crackling sound when you bite it while the meat was very tender; goes really well with the chilli too! 😋👍🏻

Constantly on the hunt for good eats! Instagram: @jonnyboyeats

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