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10 Jalan Leban
Singapore 577551

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

While it’s a pretty ulu destination for Thai food, their food is not bad and is pretty authentic. Thai Green Curry had a good amount of spice to it and was very creamy; just the way we like it. The stir fried pork, while a tad bit too dry for our liking, had a lovely marinade that brought out the natural flavours of the pork. The Thai fried omelette good, albeit oily, but that’s expected for Thai omelette. Pineapple rice was all right, nothing much stood out about it but it was a decent place of it. Tuk Wan Kitchen is a good option for Thai food but if I were really really craving for Thai food and need it stat, it won’t be my first option due to the location.

Grilled perfectly, these delicious pork skewers teleported me back to Thailand...

How many Moo Ping (Thai Pork Skewers) do you need to satisfy your cravings? I’d say at least 5 for me 😋

Do check out their attractive lunch promos, where you can purchase any main & get a free drink at just $5.50!

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Thai Green Curry (Chicken) - $9.80
BBQ Grilled Pork Skewer (4pc) - $7.80
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Green curry is abit spicy but shiok. Thick and creamy but a pity there’s not much meat for the price paid. It also contains egg plant, tomato and long bean. Pair it with a bowl of white rice ($1) to reduce the spicy and make it a complete meal. Their pork skewer is the most tender pork meat I ate before, heard it’s pork shoulder meat. The BBQ gives it additional flavour. The meat is abit red on the inside but crew assured me it’s normal and it’s well cooked. The dipping sauce is chilli mixed with fish sauce so it’s quite salty, best to eat the skewer by itself to enjoy the pure flavour. It reminds of bak kua somehow, a must try
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Tuk Wan Kitchen
@tukwankitch

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The restaurant was featured on a Channel 8 variety show for being an affordable Thai restaurant with a wide range of food. One of the dishes I ordered during my visit was the Boneless Stuff Chicken Wing (S$9.80), and I was really pleased with it. The wings were basically very thinly coated with batter and fried till very crispy. The stuffings at the mid-wing section was made of pork, mushrooms and carrots, which somewhat tasted really firm like there was a meatball glued into the wing.

Don’t forget to dip the wing into their Thai sweet chilli sauce for that extra oomph. Somehow, I think I can finish all of this by myself!

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New dishes from Tuk Wan kitchen
Pork collar meat is tender and QQ. Ladies usually need to diet, so fatty meat cannot eat too much. This is less fats, super delicious.
I ate two plate. Seriously too nice not to eat.

Their sauce is unique, sour and spicy. Best combination.

Price is reasonable around 7.80 dollars.

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Coconut ice cream becomes common in Singapore. But where can I look for nicer coconut ice cream?
This is a newly open restaurant.

The coconut ice cream includes…
- Thai milk tea ice cream
- Coconut ice cream
- Real coconut shell and meat

This cost around 6.80 dollars.
Price is reasonable and worth the try.

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