201 Tampines Street 21
21 Street Eating Place
Singapore 520213

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09:30am - 09:30pm

09:30am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 09:30pm

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09:30am - 09:30pm

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full of wok hei, the tang hoon itself had a bouncy texture that's rather different from the usual softer kinds, which i liked. Eggs was well Fried too, and sauce wasnt too overpowering though it's more than well seasoned enough so you can have it on its own. A smashing main if you're not looking for Side dishes

Sure this does tastes slightly different from normal Basil Chicken, but the tender chicken chunks in the simple but addictive sweet savoury sauce was delicious! I asked for less spicy and still needed to take a water break here and there, so be careful!

Easties, take note! Chef Jane of Jane Thai’s food has reopened her stall in Tampines as Nimman Soi 9, with an array of well-executed Thai favourites. Get the super spicy, sweat-inducing Basil Pork with Rice ($6) as well as the delicious Prawn Cakes ($10 for 4 pieces). Alternatively, share the flavourful Tang Hoon ($6) packed with tons of prawns, the Minced Pork Omelette ($6) and the Chiangmai sausage ($6) that Burppler Maureen Ow describes as "the epitome of Thai cuisine".
Photo by Burppler Julius Lim


Read up a little about this nondescript store at Tampines which was opened for a couple of months now, and had a decent level of expectations prior to visiting. Pork basil rice is a staple of Thai cuisine and a dish that any decent Thai place should be able to master. Sad to say that I quite disappointed - at $6 a plate is this hawker place, it’s not cheap for the place. The minced pork which was stirred fry in a sweet sauce, was dry and lacking in flavor. What most striking was that, it lacks the most important essence of the dish: basil 🌿! Spice wise, it grows on you with each bite. Overall, disappointing.

Price: $6

Chiangmai sausage. If there was a way to describe the Chiangmai sausage, I’d describe it as the epitome of Thai cuisine, in a sausage. 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/nimman-soi-9/


The rice is new to me, and I doubt if I’ll order it again, but the omelette is as good as always!
Tomorrow (or maybe tonight), prata!!