379 Upper Aljunied Road
Singapore 367864

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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This dish was probably the most unique out of all the dishes tried. Crispy, flavorful and not too oily, this was one dish I just kept munching on though knowing I would wake up with a sore throat the next day. The other dishes had a few hits and misses with the green curry being pretty good while the tom yum being strangely sweet.
But for 6 people with drinks, it came up to around $72 (with Burpple)which is very affordable considering the amount we ate

The menu was launched recently to include crowd favorites from the original outlet and new dishes for diners to enjoy. With a bigger kitchen, the team can experiment with different ingredients and flavours of the Isan cuisine, and you will be spoilt with choice for quality Thai food at affordable prices.

Start off with the Soi Aroy Signature Mixed Platter ($15/$28) which comes with Moo Ping pork skewers, Grilled Pork Cheeks that are marinated for 24 hours and Lemongrass Chicken before you dive straight into one of the new dishes, a unique rendition of the familiar papaya salad but this time round, Super Thai has battered and deep fried the papaya strips till crispy ($10/$16), served with a tangy and nutty dipping sauce.

A popular soup for many, the Tom Yum Creamy Seafood ($10) comes with an assortment of seafood or the Thai Steamed Seabass with Lime & Chilli ($15/28), which diners can opt for fish fillets or the entire seabass that is locally farmed, steamed and topped with the Super Thai special sauce. Finally, to fill your tummies, there is the Drunken Noodle with Seafood ($9/$15), which has the Thai flavour profiles of spicy, tangy and sweet, all in a single plate of stir-fried flat rice noodles with seafood and Thai basil.
✨ Super Thai by Soi Aroy
📍 379 Upper Aljunied Road, Singapore 367864
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Visited the recently opened Super Thai by Soi Aroy — the Thai establishment located at Upper Aljunied Road near the Joo Seng neighbourhood is opened by the same folks behind Soi Aroy; one of my favourite Thai establishments best known for their Creamy Tom Yum Noodles and Thai-style Mee Pok which has outlets at both Sim Lim Square and Singapore Management University.

Serving up Thai cuisine communal-style, expect the usual selection of vegetables, poultry/meat, fish and noodle/rice options apart from curries and Tom Yum, as well as desserts. The Crispy Omelette with Crab Meat is one of the stand-out dishes that they have here (the other dishes we had were also equally good). The literal fried egg is not only airy and fluffy, but we found it to be immensely crispy even after being left at the table for a while — also not being in any way greasy as well. Add the crab meat atop, and it adds a distinct note of crustacean sweetness to the omelette; pretty fresh. Those who the dish to be a little dry can choose to have the egg with the Thai sweet chili sauce served on the side; not only adds moisture to dish, but also a hint of sweetness and spiciness to the omelette. Otherwise, enjoy the crispy omelette like how the folks at Thai Jing Jing had recommended me years ago; order a Clear Tom Yum Soup, add dip the omelette in for a dash of tanginess and spiciness.