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Thai street food at its finest at an affordable price and generous servings.
Would highly recommend this dish on the menu if you love authentic Thai noodles!

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was $25.60 for 2 pax and i want to say we were FULL😭 (its a good thing). very affordable for the portion and things served but i dont think i would come again, would recommend yall to try once tho 😆

overall milk tea was great, friend liked shibuya toast alot she said it was crispy on the outside and soft, looked v appealing too. havent eaten mine so idk 😅

however i thought the main was ehhh. the egg noodle had a weird texture (maybe the other noodles wld be better) and the taste was just...okay. wldnt say decently nice but decent.. on the lower end. meatballs(?) are kinda good tho! friend got the tomyum and she says it tastes like her school's tomyum LOL so not worth :') honestly idk maybe another noodle type would taste better for the chicken but idt i will return just bc of the main 😶 maybe can have more options... like rice etc

Here’s one for all the MOOKATA fans out there! @lethai.sg might be the first to offer overloaded garlic mookata platter in SG. Grilling the chopped garlic elevates the flavour of ingredients and even the soup, perfect for garlic-lovers like me.😬

Here’s what we enjoyed for 4 pax…
👉Garlic Platter for 2 - SGD32
👉Twin Platter for 2 - SGD28
👉Mala Pork Collar - SGD2.50
👉Sirloin Beef Cubes - SGD6.50
👉Smoked Duck - SGD2.90
👉Crayfish - SGD5.90
👉Scallops - SGD3.90
👉Salmon Slices - SGD3.90
👉Oysters (6pcs) - SGD24

👉Grilled Giant Prawn - SGD9
(Available for orders over SGD50)

All in all, the ingredients served were fresh and their 2 types of homemade Thai-style dipping sauce were amazing when paired with any grilled meats/seafood! For a complete Le Thai Mookata experience, be sure to order some grilled giant prawns and fresh oysters to savour.😋

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📍Le Thai Mookata
8 Burn Rd 01-12, S369977
🚇Near Tai Seng MRT Station
🕙4.30-10PM Daily
☎️9346 6349

My fav dish of the lot! It tastes similar to tze char veg dish. There's good wok hey and overall a yummy dish :)

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A little too sweet for me, but overall still not bad!

Nothing to rave about, but I like this place for its affordable prices. Also has a nice view of the vortex!

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The skin is really crispy but the filling isn't that nice. The nice skin does help to cover for its filling

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Can't go wrong pairing eggs and onion - fluffy omelette that is tasty and sweet from the onions

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Fragrant, but too salty. Would not order again. Prawn cake nicer

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Tastes average but portion is good for the price. There are also eggplants in the dish.

Tara Thai is a contemporary Thai restaurant that offers bold and reimagined Thai classics, courtesy of Chef Darwin and native Thai chef Rit. For an unforgettable dining experience, opt for their 3 Course Set Menu which comes with dishes such as the Spanish Mackerel Ceviche, Iberiro Pork Pad Kra Pao, and the Spiny Lobster Thai Vermicelli. If you’ve got a big appetite, you could even go for the 5 Course!

Found this hole in the wall outlet in Bedok Center selling Hat Yai Thai food instead of your run of the mill Pad Thai. It was helmed by two Thai ladies so this must be authentic Thai food. With that thought, I bought their Fried Chicken Rice ($4.80) and Fried Chicken Skin ($3.60).

The chicken rice is not like any other types of chicken rice in Singapore. Visually it looked like the version you can get in Bangkok from Bib Gourmand winner Polo Fried Chicken. But unfortunately taste wise, it is nowhere near. The rice was basically soya sauce, lemon grass and some other spices. No taste of chicken. The fried chicken, which came topped with fried shallots, was dry like tree bark. I assure you that you can get better ones from pasar malam. The saving grace was the sweet and tangy chilli sauce which caused me to salivate more and perhaps made swallowing easier.

The fried chicken skin was biscuit like crispy. But it had some strange funky taste like unwashed meat. I gave up at the third piece and threw away the rest.

Won’t be returning. By the way I discovered that they charged me 20cents more for food container even though I dined in.