Thai Restaurants in Singapore

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I haven’t been to many Thai Restaurants in Singapore, so I decided to compile a list of places that I want to visit this year. Be it fine dining Thai restaurants, or eateries that serve cheap and good Thai food, this list will guide you to experience the best Thai Cuisine. Buffet lovers will be happy to know that I have also included options for Thai Buffet in Singapore.

Here is my list of the Best Thai Restaurants in Singapore:


Ah Loy Thai


Ah Loy Thai at Shaw Leisure Gallery is currently my favourite Thai restaurant in Singapore, they serve good Thai food at affordable prices. A must try if you have not been there before.

100 Beach Road
#01-39/40 Shaw Tower Singapore
Tel: +65 9165 1543

Thai Green Curry


Aroy-Dee


If you are in the Sunshine Plaza area and don’t feel like having dim sum from Victor’s Kitchen, why not try the Thai Food from Aroy-Dee Thai restaurant?

91 Bencoolen Street
#01-12 Sunshine Plaza Singapore
Tel: +65 6336 8852

Thai Mango Salad


Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant


Golden Mile Complex is known as the Little Thailand in Singapore, and I know the place may sound a little dodgy. But really, the Thai cuisine at Diandin Leluk is worth going for.

5001 Beach Road #01-67
Golden Mile Complex Singapore
Tel: +65 6293 5101

Thai olive rice


First Thai Restaurant


First Thai restaurant is an old steward at Purvis Street. It is one of the more popular no-frills Thai Restaurants where you can get relatively cheap and good Thai food.

23 Purvis Street, Singapore
Tel: +65 6339 3123


Jane Thai Food


For those who are adventurous enough to venture inside Orchard Towers, Jane Thai Food opens till 4am – a good option for late night supper. Eating Thai Street Food by the corridor of Orchard Towers is quite an uniquely Singapore experience. For those who are staying in the east, you might want to go to their new branch at Simpang Bedok for supper.

400 Orchard Road #04-30
Orchard Towers Singapore
Tel: +65 9054 4219

Thai Mango Salad


Jai Thai Restaurant


Jai Thai Restaurant has three outlets at East Coast Road, Clover Way, and the other at Purvis Street where we went to. It is my new favourite Thai Restaurant to go for a quick and inexpensive meal.

27 Purvis Street
#01-01 An Chuan Building
Tel: +65 6336 6908
Daily: 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm

Thai Green Curry


Mai Thai Restaurant


Having dinner at Chips Bee Gardens and not in the mood for Western or Italian food? Try the Thai cuisine from Mai Thai Restaurant. Prices range from $8.5 for Tom Yum soup to $11 for a Pad Thai. Meat and seafood dishes are slightly pricier and they are around $10 – $20 each.

Blk 44 Jalan Merah Saga #01-58
Chip Bee Gardens Singapore
Tel: +65 6474 3108

Nana Thai


Nana Thai


Whether it’s green chicken curry you are craving, or pad thai, tom yum or green mango salad, Nana Thai at Golden Mile Complex has it all. And the best part? The food is authentic and very affordable. Something tells me that I will be a regular at this humble Thai eatery.

5001 Beach Road #01-51/52/66C
Golden Mile Complex Singapore


Patara Fine Thai Cuisine


If you are a fan of buffet, Patara Thai Restaurant at Tanglin Mall has a Weekend all-you-can-eat ala carte Thai buffet at $36++ per pax.

163 Tanglin Road #03-14
Tanglin Mall Singapore
Tel: +65 6737 0818


Porn’s


The million dollar question: Is Porn’s restaurant crowded because of celebrity power, or do they really have good Thai food? You find out and let us know!

28 Liang Seah Street Singapore
Tel: +65 6337 5535


Ruby Thai Inspired Cuisine


9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-06/07/08 Millenia Walk
Tel: +65 6337 7829

Mango Salad


Suan Thai Restaurant


With branches at Killiney road and Liang Court, Suan Thai Restaurant is another place to have ala carte Thai Buffet in Singapore. The menu has 28 Thai dishes, the weekday lunch buffet is $16.9++ and weekday dinner buffet is $18.90++ (add $1 for weekend prices).

177 River Valley Road #B1-03/04/05
Liang Court Shopping Centre
Tel: +65 6338 4770

101 Killiney Road Singapore
Tel: +65 6235 4126

Sweet Salty Spicy


Sweet Salty Spicy


Sweet Salty Spicy at Railmall shares the shop space with Epicurious cafe, so you can order food from both restaurants’ menu. Some of my favourite Thai dishes there are the traditional fish cake, pork collar, and Angus beef cheek with flat rice noodle.

394 Upper Bukit timah road
The Railmall
Tel: +65 6877 2544


Taste of Thailand


Some of my friends have raved about Taste of Thailand, a Zi Char stall with a Thai influence which is located in a coffee shop at Yishun Industrial park.

1001 Yishun Industrial Park A #01-1001
Yishun Industrial Food Centre Singapore
Tel: +65 6758 9121


Tamarind Hill


30 Labrador Villa Road
Tel: +65 6278 6364

Thai Gold Food Sbey Sbey


Thai Gold Food (Formerly Sbey Sbey)


Thai Gold Food (formerly known as Sbey Sbey Thai Food) at Sunshine Plaza, is one of those places that serve affordable Thai Food.

91 Bencoolen Street #01-14/22
Sunshine Plaza Singapore
Tel: +65 9014 3218


Thanying Thai Restaurant


Thanying is one of the oldest fine dining Thai restaurants in Singapore, and naturally, it comes at a price. Besides the restaurant in Amara Hotel at Tanjong Pagar, they also have another branch at Amara Sanctuary Resort, Sentosa.

165 Tanjong Pagar Road #02-00
Amara Singapore
Tel: +65 6222 4688

Grilled Pork Neck


Two Fat Men


Another eatery which opens till late, Two Fat Men at East Coast road serves western and Thai food. Half the menu has western favourites like burgers, fish & chips and sausages, while the other half has Thai classics like Tom Yam seafood soup, Thai salad, and green curry. The must-try dishes at Two Fat Men are definitely the grilled pork neck and basil chicken fried rice.

376 East Coast Road Singapore
Tel: +65 6346 0046


Yhingthai Palace Restaurant


Prices at Ythingthai Palace restaurant are not cheap, but they are known as one of the best Thai Restaurants in Singapore. The small Pad Thai and curries starts at $15, meat and seafood items are $20 upwards.

36 Purvis Street #01-04
Talib Centre Singapore
Tel: +65 6337 9429

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Which is your favourite Thai Restaurant in Singapore? Enjoy your Pad Thai, Tom Yam Soup, and Green Curry!

61 COMMENTS

E-Sarn which can be found at Bar Bar Back Sheep, Robertson Quay is good. Think they have an outlet in the west area too. Nakhon Kitchen is good too! Both places are v affordable :>

Nakhon at bedok north is really good and cheap!! Must try!
I tried patara ala carte buffet as well, authentic! Craving for thai now!!

At downtown east there’s a shop named Basil Inn and its probably the best I’ve eaten and it’s not expensive. :)
The food there really taste good!

Nakhon is completely overrated and can be a hit or miss depending on one’s luck really. The place that I find myself drawn to still remains the basil inn at downtown east. Incomparable steamed seabass and basil pork. Note that the spicy items are all out spicy so request foryour own tolerable level. Affordable to boot.

I’ve eaten at quite a few places here in Singapore for Thai Food. I’m from Bangkok and love Thai food. My favourite place to eat in Singapore for Thai food is Le Wu Cafe.
Bukit Timah Road near the cross streets of Bukit Timah and Duke’s Road next to Coronation Plaza. Been going there for years and maybe you’d wanna try it out and see what you think. I’d love to hear a review from you for that place!
Sagar.

Just had dinner at Jane Thai Restaurant at Orchard Towers. All the chicken pieces has this weird smell, the basil chicken was salty, the coconut soup was too milky.. Goodness, I’ll never come back here again. The food quality really sucks. Nothing is fresh, except for the stir fried vegetables.

Eating at NaNa Thai now and the food is really salty for my taste. For people who do not take salty food should reconsider coming here.

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