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Serving you authentic Thai cuisine

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  1. hburn10
     17 Jan 2009 at 11:30 pm
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    Good Thai Food~

    Heard that a friend loved the thai food here so decided to pop by this tiny eatery in the Kovan heartlands. The chef is Thai or so we heard so had high hopes for the quality.

    A few tables indoors and outdoors, all tightly packed together leaving just enough space for the staff to walk through. I reckon the max seating capacity would be about 50-60pax. For 4 hungry people, we decided to order abit more as we saw the portions wasn't really big.

    Green curry prawn ($6) - I usually don't like anything coconut milk including green curry, but this is really good! Very enticing blend of fresh oconut milk and spices, and just nicely spicy for me. They could have been more generous with the prawns though. Goes really well with the rice.

    Belachan Kang Kong ($5) - Not your usual sambal kang kong, was a lot less spicy but means it is also a lot less oily too :D I'd rather it this way than spicy and terribly oily.

    Deep fried pork with garlic ($6) - I don't eat pork when I'm outside but made an exception for the birthday girl. Surprisingly enough, I liked it. Lean strips of pork deep fried topped with fried garlic pieces. The garlic wasn't too overwhelming, coz some places tend to over-fry theirs and ended up too bitter for my liking.

    Fried chicken with cashew nuts ($6) - this is like your kong pao chicken minus the spicyness. Nice and fresh as well, and I like it that they cut the chicken into more easily eaten thinner pieces than chunks.

    Thai fishcake ($5) - came with a thai garlic chilli sauce. 4 pieces in total, and very good. Just enough scent of the spices without being overwhelming.

    Thai ice tea ($3) - This is the only 'dish' I was disappointed at. It basically tastes like teh-coloured chin chow (grass jelly). Not enough milk in it too. I think Tuk Tuk do theirs better.

    Thai rice ($1) - Normal white rice but just needed to let you guys know that they charge $1 per for a normal portion.

    No ambience to speak of, and groups of people waiting for seats started forming around 730pm or so. Service was okay but I gave higher ratings than usual because we didnt see any grouchy faces altho they were extremely busy.

    Its definitely value for money for good thai food. I'll be back :D

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