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271 Bukit Timah Road
#01-04 Balmoral Plaza
Singapore 259708

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Recommended dishes:

1. Red curry w beef ($13.90)
- sweet but just right, can taste the pineapple that really adds flavor to the curry
- beef is super tender and soft, very yummy!!

2. Signature stir fried kway teow ($10.90)
- much better than the phad thai
- decent dish

3. Tom yum soup w prawn ($13.90)
- if you love tom yum you’ll love this
- not too sour not too spicy it was perfect!!

Other dish I tried that I don’t recommend:
1. Phad thai ($9.90)
- too dry
- tastes meh

All their portions are super generous so very worth the money especially if you’re using burpple beyond 1-1!!

Will definitely want to try their other dishes next time :)

tom yum was flavourful & had a good kick without being overbearingly spicy. ingredients were pretty generous as well. a very satisfying and comforting bowl of soup.

the pineapple fried rice & pad thai were decent; prefer the pad thai out of the two. overall, a good place to get your thai fix.

7/10 🤩

Ordered basil pork and when it came it had a very sourish smell like it was spoilt feedback to the staff they brought it in to the chef and apparently the chef used the wrong sauce to cook it. Which is weird cause if the chef knew he used the wrong sauce why would they still serve the dish. But staff also tried to reassure us that the meat is not spoilt. Thereafter they cooked a new dish for us. Ate a few spoonful texture felt weird as it was very mushy and realised the meat was undercooked as seen in the picture above.

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Round up the gang for a Thai feast at this Balmoral Plaza spot. Get the creamy Red Curry (from $10.90) with Beef ($3) to share – think tender beef, figs and cherry tomatoes sitting in a creamy, savoury curry. Also good is the Beef Kway Teow ($13.90), consisting springy kway teow fried in a mildly sweet sauce alongside vegetables, egg and tender sliced beef.
Photo by Burppler Siming T

I admit I am a sucker for Mango Sticky Rice whenever I come across one. No doubt I had tried this one too at Thai’d Me Up. The mango is quite sweet, the glutinous rice comes in a very manageable portion size, and the taste was, well, authentic (not too sure if anywhere else serves Mango Sticky Rice with deviated taste profile).

However, instead of sprinkling the crispy rice grains on the famous Thai dessert, the one I had came with white sesame seeds, and that changed the satisfaction level a bit. Although the sesame seeds still gives out a nice fragrance as I chewed, there seemed to be a slight mismatch of the sweetness against the fragrance. Factoring in the fact that their Mango Sticky Rice was sold at S$7.90, I might go for something else in the dessert menu if I were to revisit the next time.


The Beef Kway Teow (S$13.90) was known to be Thai’d Me Up’s house special. Unlike the usual Kway Teow that has more “wok hei” than this one here, what I had was flat rice noodles that were still springy (i.e. not dry from the heat) that was mildly sweet, fried together with veggies, egg and tender sliced beef.

The strength of flavours was considered mild, but that did not equate to disappointment. In fact, the portion was seemingly good for one diner, with that little space in the stomach set aside for desserts. And while Thai’d Me Up offers privileges from the Entertainer app, I thought the overall satisfaction did not justify for the low Saturday lunch crowd.