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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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