136 Tessensohn Road
Singapore 217699

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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Aloy Mak Mak! A Must eat!

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We started off the meal by ordering the glass noodles salad. The dish served as our appetiser and it came with glass noodles and an assortment of other ingredients including prawns, squid, tofu, meatballs, mushrooms and a whole lot of veggies. The salad was also drizzled with spicy fish sauce (although you can request for it to be less spicy), and it was also drizzled with lime to give it a zesty feel. Pretty decent starter which costs $11.80++, which is a fairly decent price for the amount of ingredients in this dish.

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Another staple that we always get at Thai restaurants would be the clear tomyum soup. We prefer the clear version over the red variety because the soup is usually not as thick and it is a lot more drinkable. The tomyum soup here is not very spicy as well and it was really fragrant. However, we felt that for the price ($13.50++), the amount was really little because there were only 4 prawns and there was only enough soup for 3 to 4 bowls.

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One of our main dishes was chicken in Thai green curry and as it's name suggests, the dish was basically chicken chunks in green curry. There were other edibles inside the dish, including tofu and tomatoes, but we really got this mainly for the curry which we love to drizzle over our white rice. We thought that the curry at Suk's was great because it wasn't exceptionally milky (which makes it quite gelat), and it wasnt too spicy either. Definitely suits our taste buds although it is a little expensive at $13.50++.

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We were looking for great Thai restaurants that were relatively affordably-priced and we came across Suk's Thai Kitchen! This is a restaurant in the Farrer Park area and it is convenient to get here as it was walking distance from the MRT.

For a start, we ordered a fried cabbage dish as we wanted some veggies in our meal. While this is not your usual Thai dish, we were absolutely amazed because there was so much wok hey and we loved the smokey taste. The cabbage leaves were also rather firm and crunchy to some extent, definitely not the limp variety we find at our caifan stalls. Will definitely order this for a vegetable dish again, especially since it's priced at $9.50++, cheaper than what you can get at many Chinese restaurants.

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This is the dish I always order whenever I visit a Thai restaurant the first time. If this cannot make it, I wont return again.

Suk's Thai kitchen has a quiet ambience, a good place for someone like me that like to eat good food and in a not so crowded setting.

This basil pork is quite good. But meat portion a bit not feeling.

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