Kra Pow Thai Street Food (Chinatown Point)

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What We Love
  • Ask for less spicy on the Drunkard Noodle if you can't take the heat
  • Casual, comfortable and big space for groups
  • Authentic and affordable Thai food in a spacious spot in town
  • Drunkard Noodle Pork is a MUST-try, Beef Fried Rice, Spicy Sukhothai Noodle

133 New Bridge Road
#02-39 Chinatown Point
Singapore 059413

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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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Having eaten at their far east outlet previously many years ago, already know that their food surely is good.

Drunken Noodle is a must have here, its like machiam Basil Pork with Kway Teow.

Very Spicy and very Shiok. The minced pork was also cooked just right, it was juicy and not over-cooked whatsoever. And the entire dish had an evident of wok-hei as well.


Our favourite dish for the night was their grilled pork collar served with spicy 'jaew' sauce.

The pork collar was soft and tender and grilled to perfection. I found it a little gamey for my liking but it is best when paired with the sweet, sour, spicy and tangy jaew sauce, a Thai dipping sauce which originated from Isan, a northeastern region of Thailand. The sauce spices up the grilled pork collar and makes it so much more delectable!


We were both therefore secretly glad that we had ordered the creamy green curry chicken to "ameliorate" the pad thai's heat.

We liked that there were decently sized chunks of tender chicken meat in the curry and the green curry was rather rich and creamy.


You can hardly miss Kra Pow Thai Street Food's 2nd outlet on the 2nd floor of Chinatown Point with the bright jade green roof tiles adorning the walls of the restaurant.

Most Thai eateries in Singapore serve their pad thai with a dash of chilli flakes on the side. On hindsight, we should have paid a little more attention when the server highlighted that their pad thai is served a little spicy and the menu highlighted 3 different spice levels.

The pad thai was therefore (un)surprisingly spicy. Whilst it packed a good amount of wokhei, we couldn't really enjoy it cos it packed an uncomfortable amount of heat for us and you could hardly taste anything else. It was also rather expensive at $15 per plate when you can get a plate at $10 or below elsewhere.

I guess their pad thai will work for those who enjoy the stomach churning heat. Otherwise, take my advice and ask them for a non-spicy plate!


At @eatkrapow’s Chinatown Point outlet! Oh how I miss their Drunken Noodles ($9)! Love the perfect combination of savoury and spiciness - with that slippery smooooth noods 🤤 Wish there were more!


The texture is nice and spiciness is exciting. Definitely recommend!

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