My second visit to Spicy Thai Thai Café with new dishes to explore. My first post about the place was gone during my hosting migration issue though. Anyway, this restaurant located within a walking distance from Aljunied MRT station specialises in North-Eastern Thai food. If you ever had the chance to visit the restaurant, you will be spoiled with more than 70 dishes to choose from.
Here are the recent new and their signature dishes available:
Stir-fry Fish Maw, Crab Meat & Bean Sprouts S$18.00
Something different and it is best to enjoy while its hot.
Fish Maw Crab Meat Abalone Soup in Coconut S$28.00
With S$28.00, you can get to enjoy a whole piece of abalone and fish maw which I think quite affordable. The soup was thick and rich with the flavours. Surprisingly the coconut taste was distinct too.
Deep Fried Sea Bass with Mango Salad – Seasonal Price
Crispy deep-fried sea bass and yet still tender in texture.
BBQ Japanese Squid with Roe – Seasonal Price
Thai Style Curry Crab – Seasonal Price
If only we have mantou, I will dip it with the gravy.
Tom Yum Seafood Fried Rice – Single portion S$6.00
It would be great if the tom yum flavour is stronger in taste.
Stir Fry Basil, Minced Chicken & Long Beans S$10.00
Deep Fried Kang Kong with Special Thai Sauce S$10.00
Spicy Thai Thai signature dish that you wouldn’t want to miss. It is quite addictive after the first try.
BBQ Pork Belly S$18.00
I love the texture of the pork belly and it is best to enjoy with beer.
Hommok (Thai Style Otak) – S$18.00
The otak was mashed and mixed with the coconut flesh and also seafood ingredients. Definitely a recommended dish to order with a bowl of rice.
Lala Bee Hoon S$18.00
This is one of their signature dish and it was a crowd pleaser.
Spicy Thai Thai Café
Address: 115 Aljunied Avenue 2, #01-35, Singapore 380115
Hours: 11:00 am – 12:00 am (Mon-Sun)