[CLOSED] Nara Thai Cuisine (Westgate)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * One of Thailand’s best restaurants since 2006, Nara Thai Singapore serves up age-old recipes with the highest quality ingredients to provide a truly authentic Thai experience. At Nara Thai, you’ll taste the best of Thai upscale home cooking while enjoying your meal in a sleek, contemporary restaurant.

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Wow! Nara actually sells lou Hei! Tried their lou hei with salmon @ $29.90.. the portion is nice for 3-4 pax as appetizer. Service here is good as well. They actually help us mix the ingredients.. so we don't need to mix ourselves where normally it will be messed up.


Generous slices of tender roasted duck breast, marinated before the slow simmer & every bite were relatively addictive.
Enjoyed the food of course, though definitely not so much to the service here at Westgate as compared to its Ion Orchard's outlet.
Perhaps having late lunch at 4am was a terrible idea because they seemed so occupied with food photoshoot for future marketing that even though it's true - they shouldn't have made it so obvious that not all customers are equal. No one attended us outside, resorted to taking our own menu & sitting ourselves down, no ice water, no smiles, what else. & The reason why some customers visit at odd timings' probably to avoid slower service during peak hours, but I felt that this place isn't leveraging on its off-peak revenues. Sorry. I'll just stick to the Ion's outlet thanks.

A complicated name for those of us who can't read Thai. But essentially, this is a simple French toast topped with minced meat. Interesting as this is my first time trying a savory French toast. The accompanying sauce is spicy and sourish, perfect for a deep fried item. A pretty good starter that made a great snack for me.

Nara Thai had seemed like an unlikely candidate for tea break.. until I saw their Ka Tang Na Tang (rice crackers with pork and prawns coconut dip) on IG. It looked like the perfect snack to munch in between meals. The rice crackers were very crunchy and the accompanying dip tasted like a non spicy satay sauce. Overall not bad but I would have preferred the dip to be spicier and less sweet.

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I always begin a Thai meal with a Thai Iced Milk Tea. A little disappointed this time round. The drink wasn't cold enough when it came. And became diluted after it became chilled enough as the ice melts.

A melange of other herbs and spices is also used — from coriander roots to peppercorns and more — to make this rich and creamy concoction. A versatile curry, it can be used to cook chicken, beef and just like this rendition here, salmon. Ok, that's all.