60 Paya Lebar Road
#02-13/14 Paya Lebar Square
Singapore 409051

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10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

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Tom yum seafood clear soup ($11): this comes with slices fish, prawns, squid and mushrooms! Super love the fragrant tom yum spicy and sour taste!

⭐️ thai fried chicken wings ($9.80): 4 fried chicken wings given. Reminds me of old chang kee chicken wings with the strong white peppery taste. But batter was too thick for me and the chicken meat was slightly too bloody abit scary haha but meat is well cooked

My favourite eatigo place is lotus thai at paya lebar square! Back again for the 3rd time using eatigo! They have up to 50% discounts for specified timing!

⭐️ vermicilli with prawns ($18): my favourite dish to order at thai places but rarely order because of the high price. This was so good. So simple but yet so good. I totally love the wok hey claypot taste with the aromatic black pepper sauce for the vermicilli! 6 fresh prawns given too!

(Beaides eatigo, this restaurant is also on fuzzie app where you can get 1 for 1 for the mains! If you are new to fuzzie and will like to sign up for an account, use this code to get a free $5credit: tan5634)

#takeawayszn isn’t over yet, and many F&B establishments are still serving up tremendous takeaway deals. @lotusthaisingapore whips up a gnarly garlic chicken set for $10.80 before GST, and it’s a fairly reasonable custom for some tantalising Thai cuisine.⠀

Besides the garlic chicken & rice, you get a clear tom yum soup on the side and a cup of the ubiquitous Thai iced milk tea. The clear tom yum soup contains nothing but a slew of shimeji mushrooms and a wedge of tomato, but it is astonishingly ambrosial. It’s salty and satisfyingly sour, pulling double duty as both the perfect palate cleanser and appetite whetter. Of course, shemeji ‘shrooms are always scrumptious, and it gets even better in a solid salty & sour soup.⠀

As for the main event, it certainly delights. The slices of deep fried chicken are seasoned very simply with salt & white pepper before it’s dredged in flour & deep fried with an abundance of garlic. As the name implies, it’s all about the awesomely aromatic fried garlic and the succulent chicken that’s perfumed with the aforementioned garlic. It’s so gloriously garlicky that it would probably outright kill any vampires skulking in the shadows.⠀

For $10.80, you could do a lot worse than getting some titillating Thai garlic chicken for lunch. Get some. Then get more. With Lotus Thai’s garlic chicken, you’re a winner.

Affordable meal!
🌟pineapple fried rice $7.8++
🌟green curry chicken $9.8++
🌟prawn cakes $9.8++

Small eatery at the second floor of paya lebar square. It turned out to be quite popular and it was quite full during meal times! We loved the food hear. Authentic Thai food. The pineapple fried rice had 3-4 full prawns, not bad for the pricing! I know of (many) places which serve only at most 2 prawns for such pineapple fried rice.

The green curry chicken was slurpiliciois good. Not super spicy as well.

The prawn donut cakes look paler than the normal golden brown colour we were used to. But it was just as crunch and delicious!

Green curry (seafood) and Honey Chicken

The green curry was creamy and had the right amount of spiciness, although it is on the sweeter side. The honey chicken’s batter was amaaaazing and I appreciate that it was sufficiently lathered in the sauce. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed both dishes, perhaps because I did not expect much out of this random Thai shop hidden at the top floor of Paya Lebar Square.