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Didn’t know cabbage can be so delicious. Simply fried but yet so crunchy.

Loved this dish! The pork belly slices and pork balls in the soup were tasty (contrary to how unappealing it may look in the picture), and the soup had a light subtle taste which went well with the noodles. Dipped the noodles into the soup since the soup could be a little too oily. Very interesting dish!

They allow you to make your very own gin while sipping G&Ts at the side. What more can I ask for!

My food buddy had just came back from hanoi and was craving bun cha, so we googled ‘best bun cha sg’ and this came up.

The broth of the bun cha is a delicious mix of savoury, sweet, tangy, and the flavour was so good! It came with 3 well-marinated meatballs, pork belly sliced, carrot and papaya slices, and the thin rice noodles which had a nice bite to it.

The banh mi baguette is crisp on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside and very fresh! Definitely one of the better, if not best, banh mi I’ve had in Singapore.

Needless to say, this was a really satisfying meal :)

One thing I like about this stall is how auntie constantly tops up some of the ingredients to ensure customers get piping hot ingredients. Fried pork chop was so good!

All the prawn is big and nicely cooked. It's fresh and the oatmeal served along with it (there's a lot that we need to dig a bit to find our prawn!) also complements the taste nicely!

Basically 87 Just Thai is a great place for cheap thai food with great taste! But beware, this place is always full during lunch time and expect long queue! But dang it's worth it!

It's good and not too sweet, order it if you're craving for thai tea!

Basically 87 Just Thai is a great place for cheap thai food with great taste! But beware, this place is always full during lunch time and expect long queue! But dang it's worth it!

The deep fried chicken is just okay, yes it's good and crispy but it's not as soft as the pork. But taste wise it's still good

Basically 87 Just Thai is a great place for cheap thai food with great taste! But beware, this place is always full during lunch time and expect long queue! But dang it's worth it!

The deep fried pork is sooo good! You deff need to order this! The pork is so crispy on the outside and so soft and tender on the inside! I don't really feel it's too oily as well so the taste is quite light!

Basically 87 Just Thai is a great place for cheap thai food with great taste! But beware, this place is always full during lunch time and expect long queue! But dang it's worth it!

The pad thai is good, served with tofu, onion, egg, and they put the chilli flakes and peanuts(?) on the side so you could mix it the way you want. Squeezing the lime on top makes it taste super fresh!

Basically 87 Just Thai is a great place for cheap thai food with great taste! But beware, this place is always full during lunch time and expect long queue! But dang it's worth it!

Red Tom Yum Seafood Soup ($6)

The tom yum is good for 1 person, but we share to 4 people into 1 small bowl. The soup is fresh and have a bit tinge of spicy, it's not that spicy though since the red soup taste quite sweet. If you prefer spicy + fresher taste go for the clear soup!

Basically 87 Just Thai is a great place for cheap thai food with great taste! But beware, this place is always full during lunch time and expect long queue! But dang it's worth it!

No doubt the dishes at Paddy Hills are slightly on the pricey side for a cafe, but this Ma La Pork makes a really good sharing side. Fried pork shoulder chunks of a firm bite, paired with salted pickled mustard that cuts grease. Hidden in the bowl were also some fragrant fried garlic that you would possibly mistake as the pork chunks! And not forgetting the elements of Mala, roasted peanuts and dried chili. The Mala sauce was quite memorable, looked just like any chili sauce but it was unexpectedly numbing.