[CLOSED] Ob Woon

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445 Bedok North Street 1
#01-07/08 Djitsun Mall Bedok
Singapore 469661

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While crispy on the outside, the fish remains tender and moist inside. Served with a sweet & sour sauce to further enhance the flavour of the fish.

Check out other Thai favourites they offer bit.ly/obwoon

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This is another under-the-radar Thai restaurant in Singapore.

Singaporean foodies who are smitten by the delicately balanced flavours of Thai cuisine can enjoy it at Ob Woon, located at Djitsun Mall along Bedok North Street.

Leading the new set of dishes is the Pork Leg Noodle, featuring Ob Woon’s signature braised pork leg served atop a bowl of Thai-style egg noodles.

Also look out for the Pork Collar Noodle. A spin-off of Ob Woon’s bestselling signature grilled pork collar, this noodle dish combines the comforting warmth of noodle soup and the satisfying marbling of prime meat cut.

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#DFDSP #DFDNoodles

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Savoury > Sweet . But it's slighty too greasy, hence a less oil version 2.0 might be a more preferable option . With the noodles being more than satisfactory, this could not be said for the same for the huge prawn that was served along with it as it was soft and mushy. Apparently, their ingredients used aren't as fresh as they looked like 😔

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And I think is a great place for family meals. ”Ob Woon” @obwoonsg in Thai means warmth – the warmth one feels when gathering with loved ones and sharing a meal.

This flavour-intense Red Tom Yam Prawns soup’s base is homemade seafood stock, naturally full of umami and sweet flavours with no added MSG.

Check out what other dishes they have bit.ly/obwoon
#DFDSP

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Savoury > Sweet . But it's slighty too greasy, hence a less oil version 2.0 might be a more preferable option . With the noodles being more than satisfactory, this could not be said for the same for the huge prawn that was served along with it as it was soft and mushy. Apparently, their ingredients used aren't as fresh as they looked like 😔

Here at Ob Woon (translated as “warmth”), it certainly does. Helmed by Chef Joel, who previously opened Rochor Thai, he now heads the kitchen together with his team of chefs at this newly opened Thai food restaurant at Djitsun Mall Bedok (mall expected to be fully opened by end July). With years of cooking experience and even heading to the Land of Smiles to learn the original way of cooking Thai cuisine, you can be rest assured of its authenticity, quality and flavours here.

With most, if not all, Thai food restaurants/eateries serving dishes such as basil pork, stir fried morning glory, tom yum seafood, papaya salad and prawn cakes, there isn’t much differentiation between each other. However, here at Ob Woon, their winning formula is in their Thai cooking techniques, usage of fresh ingredients and preparing each dish only upon order so as to ensure quality. From the several dishes that I have tasted during my family dinner tonight, my favorites has got to be the quintessential Thai appetizer, the Papaya Salad ($6.80), which is made from pounding raw papaya, carrot strips, long bean, garlic, chillis, dried shrimps and peanuts with a homemade tamarind sauce. Also worth ordering is the Prawn Cakes ($9.80), a sure-win crowd favorite of prawn cakes that are hand made, breaded and deep fried. Congratulations once again to Chef Joel, Rui Jun and @obwoonsg for this new opening.
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Ob Woon Singapore
Address: 445, Bedok North Street 1, Djitsun Mall Singapore, Unit 01-07/08, Singapore 469661

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