Recommended lists for Thai

Recommended lists of Thai food and restaurants in Singapore
8 Best Mookata in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Thai 8 Best Mookata in Singapore Thai Mookata is best with loads of lard, cooked with charcoal and enjoyed with friends who love eating. Find out where to go for the best Mookata in this list!
Best Thai Restaurants In Singapore
Burpple Guides, Thai Best Thai Restaurants In Singapore There's no other cuisine quite like Thai. Simple yet robust and complex in flavour, it's not hard to fall in love with Thai food. Here are the best Thai places in Singapore that will hit the spot whenever your craving for Tom Yum/Pad Thai/Grilled Pork ensues!

Top 10 Places for Thai

Top 10 places for Thai

Latest Reviews for Thai

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Thai

The filling and bacon wasn't the greatest, but wow is the bread super soft and fluffy! Before I even realised, I'd finish half of this despite already having breakfast plans. It did remind me of the popular grilled buns in Bangkok. There was a slight taste of yeast initially, but thankfully that was masked when I reached the filling. They have both savoury and sweet flavours available, and prices start from $1.60 for a small (regular) sized bun. I'd love to hit their sweet buns next- I got my eyes on the yam! 😉

A simple yet comforting dish. Silky Cold Tofu with Special Thai Seafood Sauce ($16) is served cold, and well-complemented with the special thai seafood sauce. Personally I would prefer tofu to be served hot, a refreshing change nonetheless.
Probably not as common as its seafood Tomyum cousin, Kaeng Som Cha Om soup (aka Thai Sour Curry, $18) is equally appetizing. Generous serving of fried egg omelette and fresh vegetables, all simmered in the sour and sharp soup base, characteristic of Northeastern Thai cuisine. Charcoal is used, evident of their determination to prepare food the authentic way, at the same time enhancing the taste of the dish.
Thai Sambal Sea Bass (Seasonal Price) would be a perfect choice for seafood lovers who enjoy a spicy (and manageable) kick. The generous spread of sambal has a great depth of flavour, forms a perfect coat for the crispy fried fish. Have this on its own, or with white rice to truly complete the meal.
Thank you @spicythaithaicafe @fatwithin @justinfoodprints for the invite.
📍Spicy Thai Thai
Blk 115 Aljunied Avenue 2
(S) 380115
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ACAMASEATS & GTK💮: Personally I prefer old school Chinese pastries like Wife’s Biscuits and Tau Sar Piah. But at times, a change is always welcome like the newly introduced Vegan Friendly Mock Char Siu which tasted like the real Char Siu and Shiitake Mushrooms that’s peppery & savoury. .
As for the sweet pies, my favourites are Taro Yam, Pumpkin, Black Sesame and Purple sweet potato as they’re not too sweet unlike the other flavours. Made with no butter, milk and preservatives.
Lunching their Signature “Meat Flavour” pies from Thailand soon like; Thai Curry Chicken Pie, Honey Chicken Pie & their Best Seller Char Siu Pie. Word is their Char Siu Pie is already available in town. Their sweet pies are a hit & miss for me, maybe I’d prefer their savoury pies more in which I definitely won’t mind giving it a try.
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The Thai version of Yong Tau Foo in a pink soup base with assorted ingredients like tiger prawns, fish balls, prawn balls, prawn dumplings and also fish skin that you don't find in local Yong Tau Foo. .
Yen Ta Fo Shabu at S$22.80
Where to dine?
Soi Thai Soi Nice
321 Alexandra Rd, #02-01 Alexandra Central Mall, 159971
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10/10 would recommend, one of the best renditions of Thai food I've had, up there with Aroy Dee and Aloy Thai. The pineapple rice has a definite hint of turmeric or something, and isn't just yellow rice like most Thai places serve. The prawns are ample but bland; could do with a little more chicken floss.

Garlic chicken is crisp, juicy and flavourful; one of the few I've had that actually tastes of garlic.

To top it off, they don't serve pork, which is good for the Halal/religious crowd. Shame they don't get more patronage.

April's Bakery Singapore @aprilbakerysg has FINALLY Launched Its Signature Savoury Pies Of BBQ Char Siu, Thai Curry And Honey Roasted Chicken in Singapore.

These were the savoury pies which first made April's Bakery famous in Thailand.
Also Check Out Its NEW Outlet At Chinatown Point.
Special opening promo: Buy 4 get 1 FREE. Don't say #bojio #DFDSP

This was flavourful and the bread was really soft too! I really loved this 😋

The aromatic crust is thin and flaky and each pie is bursting with choice filling and rich flavour.  These freshly-baked pies are free from butter, milk and preservatives and will definitely cater to different taste buds and appeal to various age groups. 🌟
My favourite flavours are Shitake Mushroom, Vegetarian Barbecue and Durian Custard (see how the custard flows!). Besides the flavours featured here (Thai Milk Tea, Shitake Mushroom, Purple Sweet Potato, Green Tea, Taro with Gingko, Durian Custard, Vegetarian Barbecue, Black Sesame and Custard), April’s Bakery will be coming up with new exciting flavours like Char Siu, Thai Curry Chicken and Honey Chicken and I can’t wait to try them! 🌟
Get your pies from:
April’s Bakery Singapore
* Tampines MRT Station Unit No.: 01-31
* One Raffles Place Unit No.: B1-38
* Chinatown Point Unit No.: B1-35
* Asia Pacific Food Expo (17 to 20 November 2017 from 11am to 10pm Singapors Expo Hall 4 Booth No.: C113)

Many thanks to @aprilbakerysg for sending these yummilious pies over!



I couldn’t help but marvel at the petite human dynamo as she coolly powered through each order at her hawker stall.
Basically a one-woman “zichar” show, she took orders, prepared and cooked them simultaneously at her wok, pot and pan, as well as collected money like a well-oiled machine. It was watching multitasking at its best.
I tried her “Thai Omelette with Rice” and “Tom Yum Soup”. Both were decent. The omelette was fried till fragrant while the soup, though not that spicy, was sour and had a strong aroma of young ginger. There were small prawns and sliced fishcake in it which were alright for the price.
Every dish at “Thai Thai Nitta” (stall unit #01-22) costs a flat $4 which makes it easier when counting the price I guess.

Thai Beef Noodles - which features a rich and dark beefy broth and flat rice noodles. The noodles come with tripe, beef slices and meatballs.

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