31 Ocean Way
#01-12 Quayside Isle
Singapore 098375

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Gin Khao Special Watermelon Fried Rice served in a watermelon bowl (Only served in a watermelon when buying in 2 pax)

So we all already know about pineapple fried rice in a pineapple, but Gin Khao Fried Rice does us one more unique by placing their house special fried rice in a watermelon. How do I feel about it? Honestly, I have no idea. Aesthetics wise, I thought it was beautifully executed. The fried rice itself was also very tasty, with a generous amount of seafood like fish, mussels, and prawns. However, I just could not put the two elements together to see the point. Both flavours were very separate on its own, and neither complemented one another โ€” so everything here just felt very gimmicky. Also, the rice closer to the edges of the watermelon felt a tad bit soggier due to the wetness of the juice which was not the most pleasant experience for fried rice. Nonetheless, after looking at countless reviews and photos, I was personally quite keen to try it for myself. I am glad to say that it is still worth a shot if you want to see how it is like for yourself โ€” it was decent and in fact pretty good. I just felt like I was expecting something more with how fascinating it looks. Ultimately, I do think Gin Khao Thai serves pretty good Thai food amidst a great ambience and a decent price.


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Tom Yum soup with prawns was pretty good. It was a good balance of spicy and sour, with a good amount of fresh prawns. Quite enjoyed this and thought it was pretty affordable for the quality I was getting and the ambience of the place!


Literally what you would expect, just looking fancier. A watermelon ice blend on a hot day was indeed refreshing! A bit on the pricier side but this drink would completely fit the vibe at Quayside Isle.


Pricey Iced Milk Tea but for the location it was no surprise. Authentic thai iced milk tea that was on the thin side. A tad too sweet for my liking although I requested for less sugar. I would perhaps recommend trying their other more interesting looking drinks to make your monies worth, as one can easily get a thai iced milk tea at a lower price elsewhere.


I was so enticed by the idea of this but little did I realise that I had to be more realistic about what it could have been. I was imagining the coating of the spam fries to be of tom yam flavourโ€” something like a marinade, although I personally do not know how that may be done. However, it really was just spam fries with tom yam seasoning powder sprinkled on it... So there really was not much tom yam flavour within each spam fry, and personally, the powder did not best encapsulate the tom yam flavour, and was not evenly spread out. In fact, the spam fries here was not the most fantastic as well. It was not the most crisp nor flavourful spam fries I have tried. Sad to say I was disappointed, but I think this was a reminder to be more realistic about my expectations.


Thai style chicken satay. Tender chicken meat, but the sauce is a little too sweet for me.