515A Woodlands Drive 14
#01-181
Singapore 731515

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I ordered their Thai Kway Chap.
The kway Chap is different from what I used to eat. The soup towards herbal than peppery, served with Thai sausage, meatball, pig skin, pork sliced, rolled up rice sheet (can be thinner) and egg.
💰$5.2
📍Tasty Thai
515A Woodlands Drive 14.
Singapore, 731515

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Thai Pig Trotter Rice in the neighbourhood!
$5.20 per plate
Not the typical Chinese pig Trotter Rice, this Thai version is much lighter and the pork has no gaminess smell! Generous serving too!

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Had been wanting to drop by Tasty Thai at Bukit Batok after having heard quite a fair bit of their Thai Kway Chap, though didn’t head down after hearing about the queue situation when they were first featured on social media in their initial days of opening. Went by the coffeeshop at Blk 515A Woodlands Drive 14 the other day, and saw their signboard above the shopfront; turns out that they were preparing for the opening of a new outlet within the KPT coffeeshop there. Serving up pretty much the same items as they were in Bukit Batok, Tasty Thai’s Woodlands outpost still features the same items that they are best known for at Bukit Batok — think Pork Trotter Rice and Thai Kway Chap, as well as other dishes such as Pork Knuckle Rice and Pork Big Intestines Mee Sua as well. Patrons can also order ala-carte sides to share around the table as well — this includes the Meat Ball Soup, Thai Fried Crispy Pork and Thai Fried Fish Sausage; just to name a few.

Being interested in their Thai Kway Chap ever since their initial days of opening at Bukit Batok, it is needless to say that the Thai Kway Chap is what we found ordering when we dropped by their newly-opened Woodlands outlet. The Thai Kway Chap here comes with pork slices, pork skin, pork lard, meat balls, a braised egg and Thai Fish Sausage by default. Upon first look, the Thai Kway Chap does seem a little different from the same that we are used to seeing from other establishments (i.e. Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap); as opposed to the usual clear and nearly transparent soup base that we typically associate with Thai Kway Chap, the rendition that is served at Tasty Thai is noticeably brown and darker. Flavour-wise, the broth here is somewhat more flavourful; whilst the one served at other locations may be on the peppery side, this does feel a bit more “herbal”; probably similar to that of some of the soups that accompany braised duck rice at some stalls. As per what is usually served at other Thai Kway Chap stalls, the rice noodles are served in rolls here — the ones here are slippery and chewy; a texture that we really fancy and also shaped in a way that is easier to eat. Found the pork items to be free of any undesirable porky stench; our favourite being the pork skin being jelly-like, while the meat balls were pretty savoury. That being said, we especially love the Thai fish sausage that is included here (and also pretty typically of most Thai Kway Chap served elsewhere); the texture being pretty much being a combination of Taiwanese sausage and Chinese XO sausages — sweet yet savoury with a good bite that isn’t too difficult to chew. The inclusion of the braised egg is also pretty much a crowd pleaser as well. For those looking for a little bit of spice to go with the Thai Kway Chap, do sprinkle some of the Thai chili flakes that the stall offers in at the self-service station on the counter — adds that slightly spicy touch that brings back some of that fiery heat that one usually gets from the peppery renditions of the Thai Kway Chap from other establishments.

Whilst Thai Kway Chap was pretty much the rage back then, it seems that the craze had taken a back seat for quite a while now. Indeed, there were many other spots around that are currently still in operations or have ceased operating that serves the peppery version of Thai Kway Chap, but the “herbal” version is still a pretty fresh offering nonetheless. Given the quality of the food here and the proximity of their new location in Woodlands to us, Tasty Thai is certainly one spot which we would probably find ourselves revisiting soon again to scratch that craving for a good Thai Kway Chap!

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