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Royal Thai

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Located at the entrance of the carpark, Royal Thai Restaurant serves up a variety of authentic Thai favourites, in a casual, cosy atmosphere. Thai chefs, fresh ingredients and Thai soft drinks ensure that every experience is an authentic one.

60 Fairways Drive
Singapore 286966

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm


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From the Burpple community

Mango Sticky Rice ($10), a good portion with roundish sticky rice n honey sweet mango.

Red Ruby Ice ($10), topped with jackfruit strips add a lovely flavour to the generous portion of chewy-crunchy red rubies.

Phad Thai Noodles with Prawns ($19) was springy and a bit stickier then the usual but still flavourful with medium size succulent prawns.

Tom Yum Seafood clear Soup ($20) was authentically spicy with a kick bit too fast for my sensitive stomach to signal a stop so my lunch partner finished it all!

Thai green curry with just enough lemak, fragrant n flavour.
1 serving for 4pax @$17

Also in photo is the Thai Fried Rice with Crabmeat ($18); with not a lot of crabmeat but fried rice was done well.

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The Thai Prawn cakes, a starter we will not miss in any good Thai restaurant n this did not fail is with its firm and generous bite.
4 pcs @$14

Also ordered the Baked Honey Ribs, it was a bit too dry. We all agreed we I’ll give this a miss the next time.

4pcs @$24

Crispy skin on the outside n flavourful stuffings on the inside that went really well with the Thai chilli sauce. A dish we’ll order again.
4 pcs @$10

Prices kinda ex, but its a decent meal considering it's at an ulu place in bukit timah. Do recommend this place during public holidays, as no queuing is required. Quiet & calm atmosphere.