Thai Food In SG

Thai Food In SG

Some decent Thai food in Singapore!
Poh Peng Ric
Poh Peng Ric

Very sinful pot of noodles with lots of seafood and mushrooms. One should give it a try while in the area. Situated in a aircon food court!

A hidden Thai gem in the middle of nowhere close to me, but thanks to our good friend we found this place. The Thai food here is so spicy and legit.

A decent stir fried tong hoon at wallet friendly prices. Had this with my dad at the aljunied hawker and both me and my dad found the chili to be surprisingly good! Shrimps were fresh, tong hoon well cooked, that was all to this simple Thai dish. The Thai family was conversing in Thai and mandarin all the time, they had to explain to a customer that Singaporeans couldn't take the spice level as compared to Thailand hence they had to reduce the level of spiciness of their food! Their tomyum soup wasn't very fanciful but I don't mind trying out their other dishes in the future!

One of the best dish of the night. The salted egg sauce was smooth and creamy, and the chef was not stingy about quantity of the sauce! This was rather a different way of cooking, as they were not covered in flour then fried as per usual. To give a personal conclusion, the sauce was so good I had to take the cabbages from the other dishes to finish up the sauce when the sotong ran out. 😁😁😁

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Hidden in the back alley was this bangkok-ish feel Thai restaurant that makes one feel that he or she is back into the streets of Bangkok eating road side food, giving zero concern about hygiene and what so ever and have a good time just chit chatting and enjoying the ambience. Soup was decent, seafood was okay, what was worth mentioning that despite it being not seemingly hygienic, by eating their prawns one can tell that they bothered to clean it. Although it is not of top quality, but the entire dining experience makes one feel like being back in the land of smiles again! (it's Korat Thai Food @dickson road)

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Similar to Singapore's otah, I had assumed that it would be very spicy. However, this dish had many surprises! It came in a real coconut husk, one could really savor the coconut juices with every spoon! There were also fresh shrimps and fish slices found within the sea of scrambled-egg-ish otak! The most surprising of all was that there were even coconut slices in it and it made the entire dish even more refreshing! In my opinion this dish is what would people deem as a fusion food done right!

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All my life I had only ate the Chinese version of lala bee hoon and often found them too wet to my liking. This however managed to balance the wetness of the dish very well! Even towards finishing the dish the bee hoon was still spongy and chewy and did not have "soaked" taste to it. La la was fresh and there were generous amount of it given! Remember to mix it well before eating it to enjoy the full flavor of the dish!

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Having tried many different kinds of Tom Yam Soup in Singapore, this one managed to stand out from the others through its unique usage of coconut The soup was creamy, yet sweet and spicy at the same time! Along with the standard mix of seafood, there were also slices of coconut which went surprisingly well with the soup! Despite the spiciness of the soup, the slices of coconut were able to bring about a refreshing taste to the tastebuds and it was interesting to have something to crunch on while drinking the soup! Spicy Thai-Thai cafe serves North Eastern Thai food rather than those usual bangkok-ish kind, it is strongly recommended to anyone who wants a decent, spicy and different kind of Tom Yam Soup in Singapore!

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Nicely rearranged by another tastemaker @zippyzipeng, making this wonderful dish even more good looking! Personally I found the crab meat to be above average and pretty fresh, it was also strangely sweet and the black pepper taste was more focused and concentrated on the vermicelli rather than the crab itself! I have no complains though! Ate lots of the vermicelli instead of the crab! 😅😅

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Particularly liked the red Ruby, can't take much milk personally though...

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A common Thai dish, it's better the ones I had in touristy PHUKET, this is less oily and more tasty!

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Beef can be served to any degree of rareness desired. Pretty nice way to eat a steak!

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Bak chor mee lover, fusion food enthusiast and a student filled with wanderlust! @thepoppingone

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