Ah Loy Thai has been well known for dishing out Thai classics at a bargain. And they certainly continue to carry on with their legacy even after an upgrade to their new joint at Tan Quee Lan with tasty Thai treats.

Their gratifying glass noodles were loaded with fantastic flavor, and they didn't skimp on the plump seafood either. The pandan leaf wrapped chicken was satisfactorily tender and juicy, while the lightly seasoned poultry within came with an insistently pleasant scent of pandan thanks to the aforementioned leaves wrapping the chicken.

The chunks of garlic pork were a little tough, but they made up for that shortcoming with their deliciousness, and they were oddly enough, best enjoyed with the slightly spicy fried basil leaves with minced pork.

However, the real star of the show was the platter of lemon fish which set us back only $10.50! Succulent, fresh fish mingled with the spicy, zesty and sweet lemon broth that's like your standard lemon chicken sauce but way better. The lemon broth really had us hooked, and we were sipping it as if it was a soup (which it could very well be).

All these Thai dishes were undeniably tasty, and the grand total for this simple yet satisfying meal was $10 per pax.