5 Ang Mo Kio Central 2
#01-06 Djitsun Mall
Singapore 569663

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Given that their standard version of Mango Sticky Rice was S$7.00, I surely didn’t mind paying S$9.00 to get the “upgraded” version with a scoop of coconut gelato as an add-on.

Despite the added creaminess from the generous amounts of coconut cream and gelato, I felt that the glutinous rice might be compressed too tightly, to the point it had caked a little. It was a little awkward for me to have difficulties separating the rice from the decorative leaf at the bottom. On the whole, this dessert was not as exceptional as I would have hoped it to be, but it was hard not to love a Mango Sticky Rice when I would see one.


Initially, I wanted to have their Crab Meat Fried Rice, but I realised that their Crab Meat Omelette with Rice (S$10.00) was only available on weekdays, so I thought I might as well give it a try.

And I was indeed satisfied with my change of mind. I was amazed by the looks of the dish, which reminded me of a lava Omurice. The omelette was neatly blanketing a portion of plain rice, and it seemed that the chef poured some beaten eggs over the omelette to give it the molten, runny look. Chunks of crab meat was then placed on top of the mains.

Even though plain rice was used, the taste of the dish was still uplifted by the eggs and the crab meat. Given its price, I would most likely choose this over the Japanese Omurice for something less heavily seasoned.



The Grilled Pork with Homemade Sauce (S$12.00) was one of their popular dishes. Just from the looks of the dish when it was served, the pork seemed sufficiently tender and juicy. They were also well-marinated and tasted good on its own, but the homemade sauce could beautifully top up some spice and acidity to the meat.

To be honest, I thought that the portion size, given its cost, was a little on the large side. Assuming a normal Thai-style sharing plates concept, methinks this would still be sufficient for 4 or 5 diners.

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A common table snack that was deep fried to perfect crispiness, their Pork Skin (S$6.00) was not difficult to break. This also meant that it would be safe for those who could not take foods that were too hard.

And if this was something you’d like to nibble, Khao Hom also had these in takeaway packs at their cashier counter.


priced competitively, khao hom by rung mama offers a wide range of authentic thai food that really impressed us! although many items on their menu were excluded from burpple beyond, we were totally willing to pay for the ala carte prices of the exclusion items, like the green curry (must try). total after discount was $49 for 4 items & 2 rice. the only thing is that we had the grilled squid (not pictured) as well but that was quite meh (not bad, quite fresh but meh - didn't feel like it was worth $18). the beef was super flavourful but a little tough for us. still!!! super recommend the pork knuckle & green curry. would be back to try other items for sure!

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Ordered the braise pork leg rice, drunken noodles with chicken, Tom yam seafood soup(super spicy), fried fluffy omelette. Expect portion to be slightly lesser than average but the delicious yummy taste makes up for it ! Tom yam soup uses fresh prawns n squids which enhances the flavour. We also ordered the trio dessert which is a good refreshing choice for those who wants to taste the popular desserts.