Walked past this a few times and always thought the food smelt nice. Finally had a chance to drop by for a quick weekday dinner with some friends.
The place is not big, probably sits 25-30pax. A typical thai restaurant setting complete with thai statues greeting you from the entrance. Non airconditioned but it was breezy enough for us to eat and not break out a sweat. Nice!
We werent hungry so opted to go easy on the selection.:
Tom Yam soup - came in a nice clay pot which doubles up as a warmer to keep the soup warm. You can choose having it clear or not, and can have either chicken or seafood in it. The soup was tangy and spicy enough at first try and should be good with a bowl of rice. This dish was not mine so I really just had 1 spoonful but suspect it may get a tad too spicy along the way.
Prawn cakes - This was a specialty which was only available during weekdays so we ordered it with high expectations. But it was disappointing as the deep fried discs were too oily and I couldnt taste any prawns in it, unless it was all mashed up inside.
Thai fried koey tiao - This was nice, albeit a little too oily after a while. I smelt a little wok hei too, but it could have come with more vegetables.
We also ordered a stir fried veg but that was common so I shall not review it here.
Service was okay and water was available if you dont prefer flavoured drinks.
I dont remember the prices (sorry!) but I do remember we paid about $12-$13 per person which was reasonable. In conclusion, the food is not worth travelling out of the way for but if you're in the neighborhood then its not a bad choice away from the hussle of the nearby coffeeshops and food centres.
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