Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 23:00
Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 02:00
Sun: 11:30 - 23:00
Enjoy dining in the alfresco setting of The Foundry as Baan Khun Nai Thai Cuisine presents delicacies such as tom yum, Thai pineapple rice, green curry and pandan chicken.
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Not Too sure why the Odeon katong Branch is not indicated here.
The branch at The foundry is only part of the shop. The foundry and Baan Khun Nai at The Foundry are not managed by the same people.
The branch at The odeon katong is a whole shop that is fully owned by the thai restaurant.
Other than the usual Thai food, they also have Mookata that costs around $39 for 2 pax.
Food that I recommend:
- Claypot Tunghoon Prawn
- Grilled Pork (spicy)
- Tom Yum Soup / Tom yum noodles soup
- Olive fried rice (pork)
I love the few dishes above! I love soup and their tom yum is good. I happened to try the olive fried rice and fell in love with it. Spicy grilled pork is tender and tastes amazing. Lastly the claypot tunghoon prawn is peppery and savoury.
This shop allows you to choose the spicyness level and choice of meat for certain dishes.
Worth paying a visit. There is no GST and service charge. Also they do not accept NETs for this branch.
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Ordered a Thai iced tea to quench my thirst and I loved it. Anyway I am not a fan of lemongrass, and milk helps to alleviate the spiciness. We started off the meal with Mango Salad $7 which is a medley of classic ingredients such as green mango, onions, cherry, tomatoes tossed with peanuts and dried shrimps. I personally find it a tad too spicy. Still, a decent appetizer, tangy and spicy. The Glass Noodle Salad $8 was yummy and filling with a generous portion of chicken, prawns, cuttlefish and dried shrimps in the tunghoon.
Love the chili lime dressing, perfect for summer nights!I wasn’t particularly wow-ed by the Tom Yum Soup (choice of chicken/ pork/ prawn/ seafood) $8 but the chef here is generous with the seafood as some places only have a few pieces of meat and a chunk of spices. Somehow the soup wasn’t that spicy as compared to the mango salad. Perhaps the most healthiest dish of the day was the Steamed seabass $29. I have never tried seabass this way, but it was actually quite delish with the spicy lime sauce.
One of the signature dishes is the Non-spicy grilled pork served with the Chef's Special Thai sauce $11. The meat was juicy and tender, though the sauce would have tasted better with some zing by throwing in some pineapples.Another noteworthy one was the Dry Curry Pork $8. As the name suggests, only a minimum amount of coconut curry clings onto the meat but the flavours are no less compromised as it went fantastically with the Olive Fried Rice $8. The rice is peppered with slices of raw onions, chilli padi and lovely toasted cashew nuts for a more exciting texture.
My favorite dish was the Claypot Tunghoon-Prawn steamed with vermicelli and Thai Sauce $16, served piping hot! A definite must try, probably the best tunghoon I have ever had in my entire life! The chef probably stir-fried the tung hoon with her homemade thai sauce. And yes, there’s always room for dessert. The Mango sticky rice $6 served on porcelain leaf dish, makes the dish so aesthetically appealing. The mango is sweet enough and pairs excellently with the warm sticky rice.
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