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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!
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Looking for a place to feast over this long weekends? How about this Crab Meat Yellow Curry ($26) from this Halal-Certified Thai Restaurant that's located on the 5th floor of @ParkHotelFarrerPark? Beautiful isn't it? And it taste awesome too!
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Pic taken @BlueJasmine.Sg @ParkHotelFarrerPark
Level 5
10 Farrer Park Station Road Singapore 217564
Phone: 聽6824 8851
Operating Hours: Breakfast (International Buffet)
6:30am - 10:30am Daily
Lunch
11:30am - 2:30pm聽Daily
Dinner
6pm - 10pm Daily
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blue-Jasmine-Park-Hotel-Farrer-Park/472130066459766
Website:
http://www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/farrerpark/blue-jasmine

https://www.bluejasmine.com.sg

Email: [email protected]
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Beef Boat Noodle ($7.90)

Huge portions. Broth is thick but not too flavorful. Good place for supper. Opens till wee hours of the morning. (6.8/10).

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Niceee
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Two items I always look for whilst dining at a Thai restaurant are sticky rice & coconut ice cream; good to know @SoiThaiSoiNice has a dessert combining the both of them: Sticky Rice with Coconut Ice Cream ($11.6).

You can order the Ice Cream alone if you don't fancy the former; that alone is $7.6. That said, what's your favourite dessert to end your meal whereever you dine @ a Thai eatery?
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Pic taken @SoiThaiSoiNice
321 Alexandra Road
(BESIDE IKEA)
# 02-01
Alexandra Central Mall
Singapore 159971
Phone:
Operating Hours:聽Mon - Fri
Lunch
11:30am - 3:30pm
Dinner
6pm - 10pm
Sat/Sun
11:30am - 10pm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soithaisoinice
Email: [email protected]
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Sliced Fish Tom Yum Noodles ($5.90)

Since it was Friday which means the engineers would be (more) willing to travel a littleeee out of the way for lunch, I grabbed (pounced at) the opportunity to suggest this instead of the usuals.
It was certainly the right decision, for the bowl was as perfect as the cool weather that calls for it. My banmian noodles were lusciously thick and chewy ; the soup, though a little less spicier than I thought, was spicy enough and had just the right amount of tartness which made it even nore addictive. There was a whole wedge of lime and tomato in it! I finished everything in my bowl with much gusto, though sadly I heard that the portion has gone down this time. :'(
Queue was quite confusing for me as a first timer, but basically just join the long line outside the stall's entrance, decide what you want, tell the lovely ladies your order when you reach the counter, and stand by the side and quickly pay up. Now you're all set to tuck into a steaming hot bowl of super shiok noodles!

Super Seafood Bowl [$19.90]
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Oh yes ! Never get sick of Thai food! At this price, I find it pretty good! If I would pick on something it would probably be the tables . All are shaky and you can hear customers complaining about it.
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Feasting during our darker days.

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馃崪: Seafood Super bowl (which they say feeds 4-6pax) // Mango sticky rice // Mango salad // Thai milk tea (not featured)

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Thai-style Wanton Mee

Recommended by my friend some two years ago, Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee is the place for some serious Thai-style Wanton Mee, otherwise known as "Ba Mee" in Thai.

The main difference between this and the usual Wanton Noodles that we know is that they do not add additional sauce to the noodles, yet the noodles remains springy and does not lump together despite the dryness. What I like about my Large Bowl (S$6.00) is that it comes with more noodles and ingredients, especially those Thai-style char siew and the Chinese sausages (lup cheong). And if you spotted it, they add fried lard as garnishing. You can actually help yourself to additional chopped chilli and fried lard to your liking at their front counter.

Every bowl comes with both fried and boiled wanton, but if you crave for more Fried Wanton like me, an additional portion of it goes for S$3.50 per plate.

Footnote: Take note of their operating hours because they do not open everyday.