[CLOSED] Tara Thai SG

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7 Circular Road
Singapore 049363

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Tiny portion. The red ruby doesn't have crunch at all in the middle which is a huge no for me. Ice cubes are random at also, they just get in the way. It's such a tiny dessert that it's not going to warm up significantly in the short time you will devour it

Flan was tasteless but on the whole, the balance was there because the caramel coconut milk sauce worked wonders with the shaved almonds, their almonds were ridiculously good and imposed much character on the dish

Must try if not for the price and the nonsense ice cubes

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The king river prawn is alright, I tot it's not very naturally flavourful. It's got hardly any sweetness, just a mild natural saltiness

The vermicelli was flavourful, different from the normal prawn vermicelli elsewhere but not significantly better

This was delicious. The broth was kind of like clear tom yum, it's got all the flavours but a different balance, it's prominently sour with quite a bit of sweetness and is more drinkable overall.

The crocodile ribs were fantastic. It tastes 90% like the most tender pork, with a little bit of bounce like frog legs.

The seafood sauce was amazing too. Idk what's different about it from normal Thai chili sauce but it's better

Must try, it's not just novel it's damn good too

The flavours were pretty good, given it's a tryhard upscale restaurant the spices were quite muted though

Not too bad

Quite pricey, two skewers for 12++. It's succulent but not charred, I mean it's hardly moo ping tbh. Decent but I wouldn't have ordered this if I knew it tastes nothing like normal moo ping. The shichimi and crushed peanuts would have been extraneous had the skewer not been under seasoned

The service by this dude is unpleasant, he's very loud and very commanding like an encik. For a tiny place it's weird that he tries to make his presence as known as possible, plus in a way that emulates upscale dining?? Idk maybe it's just me

King River Prawn Thai Braised Glass Noodle ($36) - Absolutely ginormous prawns, complete with roe, nestled atop a bed of prawn broth-infused tanghoon. Tanghoon could have benefited from some garlic and lard, but overall it was enjoyable.

Claypot Pad Kra Prao Pork Cheek ($34) - Tender chunks of braised pork cheeks in a basil sauce. Felt the pad kraprao-ness could have been stronger, overall tasted like sweet dark sauce with a touch of basil.

Cocktails were unique and well worth trying! Had the Spicy Mango Sour (top left, $16) and Thai Basil Martini (bottom right, $18).