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Ont Authentic Thai Cuisine

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Ont Authentic Thai Cuisine serve authentic ‘home cooked’ style Thai food, using the highest quality ingredients, which brings out that original flavour of real Thai food. Coupled with Thai drinks and deserts, we provide for a total dining experience that will not only tickle your taste buds but also leave you wanting more.

Mon - Wed: 11:00 - 22:00

Thu - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00

PH: 11:00 - 22:00

Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 64571020
$17 based on 45 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), Children/Family (16 votes), Lunch (16 votes)
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decent food and good service

used a groupon ($10 for $20 value) here in mid Dec.

two of us had the green curry with chicken which we found a little watery and not sweet/coconutty enough. the sambal kangkong was typical but still quite nice. the best dish was definitely the sambal mussels. their mussels are smaller than what we're used to but surprisingly plump, meaty and very tasty. we ordered one can drink to share and bought desserts to take away as we were too full to eat there. the red ruby was crunchy and sweet while the tako (water chestnut dessert-box of 4) was yummy!

the place is very simply furnished but bright and clean. the service was friendly and helpful. food came quickly. generally we're quite happy with the place although it's not as cheap as Jai Thai in bishan but this is very near for us so we're likely to visit again. total bill was about 35 (too long ago, can't remember) but with the groupon, we paid maybe 25?

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• 10 Jan 2012 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

decent food and good service

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used a groupon ($10 for $20 value) here in mid Dec.

two of us had the green curry with chicken which we found a little watery and not sweet/coconutty enough. the sambal kangkong was typical but still quite nice. the best dish was definitely the sambal mussels. their mussels are smaller than what we're used to but surprisingly plump, meaty and very tasty. we ordered one can drink to share and bought desserts to take away as we were too full to eat there. the red ruby was crunchy and sweet while the tako (water chestnut dessert-box of 4) was yummy!

the place is very simply furnished but bright and clean. the service was friendly and helpful. food came quickly. generally we're quite happy with the place although it's not as cheap as Jai Thai in bishan but this is very near for us so we're likely to visit again. total bill was about 35 (too long ago, can't remember) but with the groupon, we paid maybe 25?

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• 01 Dec 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Yummy Thai Food!

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Had one of the yummiest year-end treat from my buddy at this

thai eatery at Ang Mo Kio ave 10 (beside Cheng San Market). Simple and good

authentic thai food. The dishes served here taste close to the ones i had in Bangkok.

A large group of us had so much food that I can't keep track

of all the dishes we had. The bill comes up to approx. $15 per pax only!

Highly recommended - Green Curry Chicken (5 stars!); Mango

Salad (5 stars!); Thai Otah (4 Stars!); Tom Yam Koong (4 Stars!); Garoupa

Chilli Sauce (tot it's a bit pricey at firsts - $28.90, but the fish is big and

fresh. 5 Stars!) and Stir-fry vermicelli (5 Stars!); Squid with Thai Sauce (5

Stars! and my favorite); Thai Milk Tea (5 Stars! Thick and refreshing

I have placed an order of take-away Party Set which

serves 12 pax at $89 nett. They take orders and delivery throughout

christmas and new year. I am looking forward to serving my family some thai food this

christmas.

P.S. for my friend Yu Xing, thanks for the treat last

Saturday

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• 27 Nov 2011 • 389 reviews • 13 followers

2nd time round not so good...

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Was in the area and thought good idea to intro hubby to this Thai makan place.

1) Minced pork omelette - done ok and reminded me of how my mum cooks this still.

2) Sambal Kang Kong - very tasty and well fried. Best dish of the meal.

3) Olive Fried Rice - this dish was ok only. Very forgettable sadly.

4) Sweet & Sour Fish - initially ordered this for my daughter but she didn't like the sauce so I had most of it. I actually found it ok, not bad at all.

I have concluded that they have some hits and miss. Sad for us that it's more misses that day. :(
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