2 Jurong East Central 1
#04-12 JCube
Singapore 609731

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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This casual eatery boasts authentic Thai food by a a Thai chef and does not disppoint. Dining here here was a rollercoaster ride of strong flavours ranging from spicy and sour to sweet and milky.

Pad thai ($10) 🍜 8/10
Silky noodles that weren't too oily combined with a wok hey and nutty flavour. Such perfect comfort food.

Sea bass with sweet & sour sauce ($25) 🐟 7/10
The limey sourness of this dish overwhelmed its sweetness. Didn't eat much of this since I don't like steamed fish but I heard it's fresh and good haha

Tofu prawn omelette ($12) 🍳8/10
The incredibly wispy egg was sooo goood when you poured Tom yum all over it. The tofu is quite subtle like tahu telor and the prawns didn't come in big pieces but if you like omelettes, you won't regret ordering this zhi char classic.

Red Tom Yum Soup ($7) 🍛 8/10
Not as spicy as it's fiery red colour, but still quite a feisty dish! Both the Tom yums were full of flavour and spices that will completely satisfy any craving for thai food.

Tom Ka soup ($7) 🥛9/10
This is like tom yum with coconut milk, which added a creamy dimension to the classic soup dish.

Green curry chicken ($9) 🐔 6/10
The chicken was well marinated (NOT tasteless inside) and reasonably tender but not all that unique.

Pork collar ($12) 🍖 9/10
This was really crispy and perfectly sweet! Really enjoyed the juiciness of each pork strip as well.

Mango salad ($6) 🥗 7/10
The mango salad was crunchy and refreshing. Also very sour as usual. Not much to say because this is such a simple dish. 😅

Red ruby ($3) 🍨 7/10
This milky and icy dessert was a perfect way to end the spicy meal. But the icy bits were unfortunately a bit chunky and was quite hard to chew.

Thai iced milk tea ($3) 🥃 8/10
Thai iced milk tea is really sweet of course but this drink had the added bonus of a hint of jasmine.


New found jem in the west! Was walking around casually and spotted this shop at level 4. They sell really affordable authentic Thai dishes 😍 Furthermore the prices are nett! The drink (I chose lemongrass) is free btw haha as they are having some ongoing promotion. They are not stingy with their portions although the price is so much cheaper than other restaurants/even those at food court. The basil chicken is flavourful and it goes so well with the white rice. But I wished the egg could be slightly running (my personal preference!). The atmosphere here is really good too. Nicely decorated and pretty chill. Would definitely visit it again!

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Yellow curry seafood and pork cheek are my 2 fav dishea here. So far almost all the dishes have been satisfying except for the green curry.

Miss bkk so came here for lunch. The basil pork was just nice and tasty. $6 nett


Had always wanted to try Soi Thai Kitchen for a while having heard good stuff about their other outlets at Serangoon Gardens and Jurong West — just had to give it a go having come across the outlet at JCube. Really like the Drunken Noodles here; unlike the variant served at Kra Pow which comes with wok hei and all spicy and peppery, the one served at Soi Thai Kitchen comes with slurpy kway Teow cooked in a sweet sauce that comes with a refreshing hint of lemongrass (?). Included with the noodles are some greens and baby corn for some crunch, some chunks of chicken for a meaty bite, and chili for an extra kick of spiciness — a pretty delicious affair that comes with a multitude of flavours; something which carries a great contrast of flavours which we would certainly be back for more again when the craving hits.

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If you are looking for comforting & delicious Thai food at a wallet-friendly price, why not check out Soi Thai Kitchen at Jcube. They are located on the fourth level, just beside the theatre, which makes it convenient for you to have a meal after watching a good movie.

Everything goes well with rice, and it's not surprising if you decides to request for extra serving of rice

Here's the items we had;

Premium Fried Pork Cheek ($12)
Fried Chicken Skin ($5)
Yellow Curry Seafood ($12)
Sambal Clams ($12)
Tom Yam Soup ($7)
Claypot Prawn Vermicelli ($14)
Seabass with Thai Chilli Sauce ($23)

Thanks @singaporefoodlisting and @jcube_mall for the invitation and @soithai_jcube for having us.