I was craving for Thai food after blogging about my trip to Bangkok. Since folks kept telling me that Jai Thai serves cheap and good Thai food, I decided to make a trip there for lunch.
Jai Thai Restaurant has three outlets at East Coast Road, Clover Way, and the other at Purvis Street where we went to. The menu is broad in categories: appetisers, curry, tom yum, seafood, beef, chicken, vegetable, rice and noodle; and deep in choices, with plenty of dishes to choose from under each category. With the exception of steamed fish which cost slightly more, most of the items on the menu are priced between $5-8 for small portion.
It is my new favourite Thai Restaurant to go for a quick and inexpensive meal.
First Thai at Purvis Street has been around for a few years, so it’s not surprising that the Thai eatery is perpetually crowded during meal times.
Sunshine Plaza is a nice place to go if you are looking for cheap and good food near Orchard. From Japanese Food to Dim Sum, Wanton Mee and Thai Food, there are so many options to choose from.
Thai Gold Food (formerly known as Sbey Sbey Thai Food) at Sunshine Plaza, is one of those places that serve affordable Thai Food. We were there for lunch last week, and it was a tough decision between Thai Gold Food and Aroy-Dee Thai Restaurant. We eventually ate at Thai Gold Food, but I went back to Aroy-Dee two days later (that’s another story for next week).
Eat with an open mind, and experience all the wonderful food this world has to offer.
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:
There are many options for Thai Food in Singapore, and Ah Loy Thai restaurant is definitely one of the best when it comes to cheap and good Thai Food.
Even though Ah Loy Thai does not have nice ambiance like the other Thai fine dining restaurants, it serves good Thai food at very affordable prices. We are talking about $5-10 for most of the items on their menu (plus they don’t have GST and service charge). The prices here are even cheaper than some of the Thai Eateries at Golden Mile Complex.
Golden Mile Complex is known as the Little Thailand in Singapore, and I’ve heard a lot about the Thai Food there.
Now, I have no idea how my craving system operates, but it was calling out for Thai Food that day, so we decided to check out Dindin Leluk Thai Restaurant at Golden Mile Complex.
It’s always a good thing when visiting another country, especially when you are like me who usually do not research much on the place, to be in the company of fellow food bloggers.
I was fortunate to have my Sydney food blogger friends to show me around, and it was so much fun to hang out with them, everyone connected and soon we were chatting like we’ve known each other for years. And the food was good of course, no restaurant in their right mind will serve bad food to a group of hungry food bloggers.
This, was suppose to be done in July, somehow it was dragged till August, but it’s better to be late than never. And like everytime, I had lots of fun chatting with everybody, it’s very interesting to finally meet all the folks who have been quietly reading my blog for the longest time. From online to offline, now I can put a picture to your nick.