Sydney Tan •
10 Sep 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower
this new branch of Thai restaurant by funny host Pornsak.
one was really shock by how good his food is at the Liang Seah Branch. Knowing
how celebrities run their business, I really thought it was just ad-hoc and
just another money making business of him. Beside the good food that surprises
me, this new branch after only a year in Liang Seah is a bigger shocker.
gastronomic experience at this new branch has been excellent for my family and
start off with a Larb Moo, minced pork salad which can be hardly found in
Singapore thai restaurant, but it is 1 of our favourite dish whenever we make
our yearly visit to Bangkok. The minced meat is warmly coat with crushed
glutinous rice and well-blended shrimp. The mixing sauce is a well pack of sour
and spiciness, with freshly sliced shallot and spring onion.
Clear soup here is serve in bigger pot than Liang Seah, therefore the portion
is better for my family of 6. Tom Yum clear soup is the soul of this
restaurant. Sour and spicy in 2 extremes but each mouthful just makes you
asking for more. The sharp spiciness enhanced
by chopped lemongrass bits is abundance in the soup. It is my favourite
tom yum clear soup in singapore. The only dish that I never fail to order
whenever I visit porn’s.
stuffed chicken wings seemed to be slightly different that the ones I tried at
Liang Seah. The stuffed wings here is marinated with tumeric powder and crushed
pepper which adds to the smell and taste
of spices. A whole chestnut is found in each wing, interesting combination, one
of a kind. Other ingredient includes vermiceili and mushroom.
Fish with Thai Spices and Lime is my folks favourite dish of the night. This
dish is also missing from the Liang Seah’s menu, in fact, I don’t remember the
other branch selling any fish item in their menu. Sea bass is fresh and big and
the sauce is really tasting, and taste more like soup than sauce. We end up
finishing the sauce before the fish, and the manager of the day actually kindly
refill our sauce. Good Service!
Stewed Pork Knuckle is more Teochew than I expected. Don’t really know how
would a thai stew pork knucle will taste but the pork knuckel is good anyway.
Too much meat nad fats though, but my younger brother definitely enjoy feasting
on the extra meat. The gravy goes down well with white rice as well.
spend around $25 per pax. We will go back again, but parking is a problem when
we visit on Saturday.