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5001 Beach Road
#02-33 Golden Mile Complex
Singapore 199588

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10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

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The fried crispy egg was da bomb. Done right in every way and amazing that it wasn’t oily.
The Mee Mama salad caught our eyes while flipping through their menu, and we were so glad we ordered it. Served warm and with a squeeze of lime; it was so light, refreshing and satisfying.
We lamented before at other places when they toned down the taste of Thai dishes locally. But their Tom Yum soup here packed so much flavours and the fiery punch, it was such love-hate relationship when we couldn’t stop taking the soup but it was hot to handle.
Grilled pork tongue was the first for us, apart from the usual pork jowl or collar other places would offer. We enjoyed the chewy texture as a starter to the meal.
While the prices here were generally higher than some of the other Thai restaurants nearby; we noticed that their portions were also larger and ingredients were generous. Hence, it will be good to visit with a group of 4 or more to try more dishes.

It had been ages since we were at “Dee Tongue Thai”. Hence it was imperative to order most of our favourites at our first meal there in months. We did however, also add on the Grilled Pork, a dish we had never eaten before. It turned out to be a wonderful choice.
The meat was deliciously chewy yet tender (it had to be from the neck or jowl) and marinated in such a way that after being grilled, it boasted a light taste of bacon albeit without the sweetness. This “bacon vibe” was enhanced when I swished the pork in the accompanying mildly spicy dip which also had a smokiness to it. So, not surprisingly, this item has joined the rather long list of dishes we love here.


A dish done right, Dee Tongue Thai by Rung Mama’s Pad See Ew Moo ($6) was a fragrant heap that just screamed comfort food. A homely and honest medley of ingredients held together by the smokiness imparted by the hot wok; it is one of the better stir-fried kway teow I have tried. Such greasy goodness. The slippery flat rice noodles was silky-smooth and seasoned well by the savoury sauce, whilst the beansprouts as well as greens offered some crunch to the plate. There were generous pork slices too, all cooked perfectly.


Still the best Thai stir-fried vermicelli we’ve had locally so far! Learnt from our lesson previously and went for the medium instead of small so that we have more to go around. 😛 Loved that strong hei, crunchy beansprouts and the super generous portion of fresh prawns and squid. If you’re not a fan of seafood, they also have chicken and pork options.


Had their red tom yum the first time we came and tried the clear version for a change this time. If you haven’t visited Dee Tongue Thai, their spice levels are much higher than what you’d find at other stalls, so make sure you inform them if you need them to drop the heat! This bowl had lots of fresh prawns and squid in a tangy spicy broth that we wiped clean easily. Loved how flavourful it was even though I found it just a touch too salty. Will be back for this again! The small portion is good for 2.


Look past the many other Thai restaurants in the building to hunt down this authentic spot. The nosh is fiery and pocket-friendly, while the space sees a bustling ambience not unlike that of Bangkok's street stalls. For rainy night comforts, the Clear Tom Yum Seafood ($15) is sweat-inducing, incredibly fragrant and chock-full of seafood and mushrooms. Also good is the coconut milk version — the Tom Yum Talay Yai (from $12). Adventurous eaters should get the Grilled Pork Tongue ($12) for delicious slivers with a nice bite. To cap dinner off with much-needed carbs, both the Stir-Fried Vermicelli (from $6) and Mee Mama Salad ($12) will hit the spot.
Photo by Burppler Wei Zhi Chiang