5001 Beach Road
#01-67/68/69 Golden Mile Complex
Singapore 199588

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Phad Kee Mao - basically that style fried kway teow.

Total only $8.90 after GST!! Simply value for money.

The lunch set is only on weekdays until 3pm.

The lunch set comes with
- Phad Kee Mao
- Small bowl tom yam soup with praws, sotong & fish
- drink(small cup) thai milk tea/ green tea/ lemongrass
- Thai chendol

Really value for money.

Tom Yam soup here is really good, tasty and spicy.

The Phad kee Mao also very generous amount of ingredients, and it's quite good also.

There are many many options for their weekday lunch promo. All at $8.90 only.

The one place u can be sure to find a whole array of Thai food, is golden mile. And diandin is one of the more popular Thai restaurants here.

A must try dish here at diandin, is the steamed Squid In spicy lemon sauce. The sotong was fresh and chewy. The portion is quite huge, so this is better for sharing.

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Thought that this was just a tad slightly better than the red ruby, but still nothing fantastic - and I only have such a judgement because of the fact that there were more ingredients in it. I did like the small tapioca balls which tasted like jackfruit to me, but other than that, pretty meh.

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Service at this restaurant struck me as really bad because the dessert was served first, even though it was evident that we were having a proper meal there having ordered a lot of main dishes. We all thought it was common sensical and normal enough for the staff to know that dessert should be served last. Nonetheless, if this sentiment is not established, I would’ve expected the staff to at least ask upon ordering if desserts should be served now or last. And we didn’t get such questions. So imagine the horror when the desserts were served first, when we expected ourselves to eat our mains first. What was horrible was that it didn’t make sense to the staff that their actions were kinda unorthodox, and instead of apologising they just said they were gonna put it in the fridge for us until it can be served. I don’t know how unsanitary it would be.. but I mean we didn’t want to push for anything else so we just accepted. But I felt like I didn’t like this idea, and the fact that everything just didn’t make sense to me.
Alas, when the dessert came some of the ice was melted and it wasn’t even nice at all. It was watery and tasteless.

Mixed feelings about this because it seems to be on the pricier side. The prawns were chopped into smaller pieces which seemed to be quite a wise option because you can Ensure with every egg you take your get some prawns. But the omelette had starch in it to give a sticky texture, but at times may seem a bit slimy. Overall I thought it was decent and not bad, different from a normal prawn egg omelette you can find elsewhere. But for $15, I would think twice before ordering it.

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This dish fell short of expectations and was less than ordinary. Couldn’t really taste the black pepper flavour, and the gravy was slimy. The beef was also chewy with a plastic texture.. wouldn’t come back for this.