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Thai Chendol ($12). Chendol is my favourite local dessert, and the Thai version is different in a few ways. Most notably, gula melaka is absent, but this came with red rubies and other fresh fruits as well. Besides the red rubies which are boiled water chestnuts coated with tapioca flour, what's most delectable here is the scoop of coconut sorbet. 🔸 Besides this Thai chendol, this restaurant is also serving other authentic Thai cuisine (swipe for pic of some Thai dishes, which I also posted on Instagram on 31 August) at very competitive prices. And this place is conveniently located - right above Farrer Park MRT, at Park Hotel Farrer Park. 🔸 [Tasting] #foodphotography #fujixt2 #exploresingapore #burpple #halalsg #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #cafehoppingsg #sghalal #thaifood #halal #sghotel #dessert #sglunch #sgdinner #asiandessert #redruby #sgthaifood
New Thai Dishes. It's my second visit here, and food is still as good. Maybe it's because my host Letitia from @theategroup and the team from curated all the best new dishes to order, but my experiences here have shown me that it's difficult to go wrong with any dishes. 🔸 Chef Khun Nipaporn epitomized Thai culinary philosophy, balancing all five flavours in equilibrium, at the same time refreshing them with her elegant style of presentation. 🔸 And this place is conveniently located - right above Farrer Park MRT, at Park Hotel Farrer Park. And considering the elegant setting of this restaurant within the lush courtyard of the hotel, this place is serving authentic Thai cuisine at very, very competitive prices. 🔸🔸 [Hosted] #foodphotography #fujixh1 #exploresingapore #burpple #halalsg #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #cafehoppingsg #sghalal #thaifood #halal #sghotel #spicyfood #sglunch #sgdinner #flatlay #redcurry #sgthaifood
Blue Jasmine Ordered a few variety of dishes,utilising burpple beyond. Taste-3/5 (generally ok but not something to shout for) Ambience-4.5/5 Service-3.5/5 (staff is generally attentive and friendly but can be challenging getting their attention since we are seated at the corner and some dishes got to wait for quite some time before they are served)
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Tomyum Noodles Wow, their noodles are indeed good. Springy and bouncy. However, Tom yum taste wasn’t as strong and it tasted more like normal chilli. I will suggest the wanton mee instead which my partner had.
Baa Mee Haeng Tom Yum ($8.90) This dish is one of the better noodles that I have tried. The balance was good with the springy noodles not being too dry yet not too oily, a tangy flavour with a tinge of spice. I enjoyed this meal. However, the lack of meat and the priciness of this place may not attract me to return again.
When you talk about one of the best Thai-style Wanton Noodles in Singapore, KinMoo The Thai Noodle House should certainly spring into mind. So much so that the famous Wongnai duo has given the eatery a thumbs up and a slap on the table – an indication that it serves damn-good food. The noodles are tossed in special sauce and lard oil, then topped with wanton, pork charsiew (made from grilled pork collar), and further topped with (gasp!) more chunks of lard. Special mention goes to the crispy lard which are all freshly prepared from scratch back in the kitchen. Adding that distinct Thai flavour to the mee are fresh coriander leaves and Thai garlic. So apparently, the usual garlic doesn’t have that much of a ‘fragrance’, and so Thai garlic is specially imported for that distinctive aroma. Its franchise outlet recently opened at North Canal Road (Boat Quay) so remember to check it out. #DFDSP #DFDNoodles.
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