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[CLOSED] Nung Len

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Modern Thai cafe serving traditional Thai food as well as contemporary Thai-fusion dishes.

33 Mackenzie Road
Singapore 228686

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A wonderful appetite-whetter with the sour note of green mangoes dancing alongside deepfried-to-a-crunchy-crisp tuna. Splash on your preferred amount of fish sauce dressing and dig in.
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9 Likes

Loved how fiery this little pot of seafood "tom yam" was but found the slices of fish a tad fishy if you get my drift. Nonetheless, it could have been a one-off incident. Besides that, everything else about this was faultless.

4 Likes

This is a hipster Thai restaurant, some good dishes, if only it isn't this hot (no aircon). Will be back again.

3 Likes

Sitting diagonally across from Rex Cinema, Nung Len is a spacious modern Thai restaurant perfect for large groups of friends. Start with the Gai Tod Nam Pla ($10), crispy winglets dipped in Thai fish sauce, before warming your body with a classic Tom Yum Talay ($15). For mains, opt for the Khao Pad Pu ($14), fried rice with fresh crab meat, and the Kway Tiew Tom Yum Boran ($14), glass noodles soaked in addictively spicy tom yum broth served with pork, soft boiled egg and a side of crispy wonton skin. Wash it all down with a cup of Cha Yen ($3.90) before snapping a few pictures with the tuk tuk!

11 Likes

Traditional tom yum noodles with pork, soft boiled eggs, peanuts and crispy wanton skin.

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Described as Crispy Chicken Strips with signature Nung Len sauce which somehow tastes pretty similar to a housemade mayonnaise. The chicken strips seemed to have been compacted and lacked fibre; the texture more identical to a firmer and denser fish cake. What seemed to have made it pretty interesting was the dehydrated, fried leaves which was really crisp with a light charred and leafy flavour which was pretty addictive. So good in fact that the veggies were wiped out earlier than the chicken.

6 Likes
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