Thai Hao Chi Mookata 泰好吃

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Thai Hao Chi Mookata brings Thai infusion to Singapore. With our unique twist on local tastebuds, you're sure to find a dish that you'll love. We start with only the freshest ingredients to barbecue delicious melodies of tastes and colors that are sure to delight your senses.

908 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 787111

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05:30pm - 01:00am

05:30pm - 01:00am

05:30pm - 01:00am

05:30pm - 01:00am

05:30pm - 01:00am

05:30pm - 01:00am

05:30pm - 01:00am

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Not really a fans of mookata. First time trying this restaurant, the price here are very affordable. 2pax platter only costed $39.90 with good choice of meat. It was pretty filling for 3 of us. the marinated meat a bit salty for me. Overall, The service there is nice.


One of the best mookata with marinated meat that comes in a set. Doesn't look filling, but with the meat it was more than sufficient for my Boyfriend and I. Went there again 3x after our first. Located in a not so popular place yet often full house when it comes to dinner. Will be going there again!


Mookata really hits the spot, given the cold and rainy weather!The meats were nicely marinated, and ingredients were quite fresh. The best part is the soup which is super flavorful nearing the end of the meal. Cook a packet of the tom yum maggi mee in it and you have a scrumptious bowl of noodles. It costs $39.90 for the set which can fill 2-3 pax (although you may need to order more if there are 3 people). Not really worth the price, considering that there are mookata buffets around. Make sure to grab a seat outdoors so you don't smell too much like barbecue after your meal!


The place gives you a traditional mookata experience by using charcoal. Be wary that you will reek of barbecue after your meal! Choose the outdoors if possible, we sat indoors which didn't have much aircon. Meat here were all well marinated and the soup was light. Thai milk tea was rather diluted. The platter for 2 shown here cost $39.90 nett. Add on some Tom yum Maggie Mee, mix in the egg and viola, you have a delicious (albeit overpriced) steamboat. Maybe I'm just not a fan of mookata, as I won't be proclaiming 太好吃 just yet. The place also sells some dishes like seafood white beehoon from Monday to Thursday.


A must-order dish for me here. The sweetness of the abalone slices goes so perfectly well with the tangy and spicy sauce. (Date: 11 December 2015 Friday) #abalone #thaihaochi #泰好吃 #787111

Although slightly out of the way, hunting this place down is well worth the effort. Similar to Mookata, this establishment uses charcoal to deliver its promise of a traditional mookata experience. The value-for-money $39 platter comprising prawns, squid, fishballs, meats, plus a bowl of vegetables, mushrooms, vermicelli and eggs is an absolute steal — it can easily feed two or even three modest eaters. They don't charge GST and service charge either, all the more reason to feast! Be sure to order their Thai Style Sliced Abalone doused in a sweet, savoury and tangy sauce as an appetiser or a side dish.