111 King George's Avenue
Singapore 208559

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Get the stuffed chicken wings! Felt like i was eating a ngoh hiang, but with deep fried chicken (not beancurd) skin.

The egg also had a very nice wok hey.

Avoid the tofu soup though. The tofu texture tasted a bit mushy in the centre.

This is my go-to place for Thai food, because the food here really doesn't disappoint. The Olive Fried Rice ($6) had a STRONG wok hey flavour that I was looking for, and it is flavourful. The Tom Yum Goong is a must get as well, as the soup is thick, spicy and contains much seafood ingredients. I love how the interior of the restaurant is made very spacious as well!

We really enjoyed the red ruby (shaved ice with sugar syrup & tapioca-coated water chestnuts) as it tasted like those we would get at food courts in Bangkok. They were very generous with the red rubies and even added slices of jackfruit so that the coconut milk flavour would not be too overwhelming. The dessert was not overly sweet too!!!

Rating: 8/10 (tastes good + price was so affordable) 🍧🧊

We tried the basil pork, pandan chicken and chicken tomyum soup (clear). The tomyum soup was good with a punch of spiciness. The basil pork and pandan chicken were delicious too. Prices were also reasonable (around $7 per dish) & it was even cheaper with 1 for 1.

Would come again! πŸ˜„

P.S if you use burpple 1 for 1, you can only pay with cash, so bring some cash along!

I like Thai foods but usually feel disappointed either because the normal taste or the high price. Soi 47 have proved good tasty Thai food can still be very affordable. We ordered a clear seafood tom yum ($8.50) and a stir-fried kailan with crispy pork ($10). The tom yum came with a generous number of prawns (i counted 5 big ones) which can put a smile on any prawn lovers’ face. The stir fry dish was well seasoned, and actually more quantity than it looked.
We used Burrple Beyond to check the restaurant and found ourselves enjoying a wonderful meal. We both agree that we will come back even without the deal.

$18 for burpple deals (2), $13.60 for mains not under burpple deals = $31.60 (filling for 5 girls w/ big stomachs!!)
3x iced thai green milk tea, 1x iced thai milk tea
green curry chicken, tomyum seafood soup (clear), kangkong sambal, fried chicken
pineapple fried rice, tanghoon chicken

all the food & drinks were quite solid. tomyum soup is damn nice but might be a bit choking(??) on the throat bc of the spices?? but i like it :-) everyone agreed that pineapple fried rice was goooooood. service was also fast. good for grp gatherings