Pratunam PLUS located at Bugis+ is by Soi Thai Soi Nice offers affordable Thai Street Food Eateries in town. The Thai eatery shop is easily noticeable with their vibrant colours design and a Tuk Tuk Cart in front of the shop entrance. The menu has an extensive offers ranging from rice and noodles dishes to Thai-style grilled skewers, with items that will not be available at the outstanding outlets at ARC and Westgate. They also offer Thai Milk Bubble Teas apart from the usual Lemongrass and Thai Coconut drinks. Continue reading [SG EATS] Pratunam PLUS by Soi Thai Soi Nice at Bugis+ – Affordable Thai Street Food Eateries in Town
Pratunam Famous Chicken and Pork Leg Rice located in one of the coffeeshop at Geylang Road has caught my attention on my Facebook feed recently. They started their business since mid-June this year. They specialise in local Thai comfort food including the Pork Leg Rice, Chicken Rice and Grilled items.
We pre-ordered the Jay Fai inspired crab omelette a day before we head down. This is required if you want to have a taste of it. We ordered via whatsapp and payment is required to confirm your order. Continue reading [SG EATS] Pratunam Famous Chicken And Pork Leg Rice in Geylang Serving Raan Jay Fai Inspired Crab Omelette
Soi Thai Soi Nice has recently launched “Thai-Teochew” menu in commemoration of JEM’s flagship store’s 1st birthday. I finally visited their JEM outlet after my guest writer raved about it on previous post.So, this well-loved establishment taps into the rich tapestry of Bangkok’s Chinatown culinary heritage and be transported back to the memories in Chinatown. Continue reading [SG EATS] Soi Thai Soi Nice’s Thai- Teochew Menu At JEM
Chalerm Thai is the latest addition at Arcarde @ The Capitol Kempinski.The restaurant is named after the Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre in Bangkok, first opened in 1933. The restaurant is easily identified by the bright yellow canopy, wooden dividers and rattan furniture. Continue reading [SG EATS] Chalerm Thai Restaurant At Arcade| The Capitol Kempinski
I re-visited Un-Yang-kar-Dai restaurant recently with a friend for dinner over the weekend. Read about my first visit post here.The restaurant specialises in north-eastern Thai or Isaan cuisine. It is rather interesting as north-eastern Thai cuisine has slight influenced by Khmer cuisine and northern side of Thai cuisine is more suitable for cooler valleys and forested mountains of the Thai highlands. Thus, this explains the differences in the spices, ingredients and cooking method here in Un-Yang-Kor-Dai. Continue reading [SG EATS] Un-Yang-Kor-Dai – Thai Restaurant(Revisit)
Baan Ying, which means ‘House of Ying’ started in 1999 at Bangkok’s Siam Square has ten outlets across prime locations in Bangkok. They have expanded their first outlet in Royal Square, located within the Novena area in 2018. Baan Ying Singapore here is pleased to announce the launch of The Great Baan Ying Brunch, a weekend treat of Thai cuisines. Continue reading [SG EATS] Baan Ying At Royal Square- Thai Weekend Brunch Buffet for S$38.80++
Soi Thai Soi Nice has new outlet at JEM apart from Alexandra Central and The Seletar Mall. Melaine, our guest writer visited this new outlet recently and let’s find out what are the dishes she tried that day. Continue reading [SG EATS] Soi Thai Soi Nice New Outlet At JEM
Un-Yang-Kor-Dai located at South Bridge Road is a community restaurant in Thailand. The brand is the biggest community restaurant in Khao Yai where people from the community, both young and old, come together to share their culinary passion. Continue reading [SG EATS] Un-Yang-Kor-Dai Thai Restaurant – Singapore First Ever Community Restaurant
I finally made my way to Time for Thai located opposite Beauty World Centre over the weekend. Thanks to Sydney, I have excuses to visit this area because it is quite a distance away from where I stayed. Time for Thai is a casual Thai restaurant that offers wallet-friendly food and drinks. It is also easily accessible via Beauty World MRT station. Continue reading [SG EATS] Time for Thai – Thai Cuisine for Supper Anyone?
Nung Len located at Mackenzie Road is my latest visit to Thai Café recently. Thanks Tony for inviting me over. Since it is approximately 15-20 minutes walk away from my workplace (Bugis), I decided to walk over after work. The name ‘Nung Len’ in Thai is referring to ‘sit and chill’ and is currently operating by a young owner chef, Ms Jen Fu. She graduated from Le Cordon Bleu and found her interest on Thai Cuisine. Thus, she visited Thailand and learned about the dishes before opening Nung Len September last year. Continue reading [SG EATS] NUNG LEN SG- THAI CUISINES CAFÉ AT MACKENZIE ROAD