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Rattana Thai Restaurant

Asian, Indochinese, Thai

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14 votes

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Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 22:00

Closed: Sun & PH

$16 based on 10 reviews
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call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 97970230)
Rattana Thai Restaurant uses the freshest ingredients to create authentic dishes with well balanced and integrated Thai flavours. Some of its signature dishes includes Pad Thai, Tom Yam Fried Rice, Lemon Chili Squid and Mango Sticky Rice See what foodies like this place for
Quinton Fifth • 21 May 20142 reviews 0 followers

Menu is extensive, featuring some of the exotic Bangkok delights like the raw chilled prawns salad - love these fresh prawns sitting in a bed of spicy and zesty mixture of red chilli, lemon and lime.
Goes well with a couple of icy beer man. This Thai restaurant offers some good promotions on their beer too.
Tom yum goong is more than superb. Did I mention the basil beef? It is basically beef fry with this herb called Basil that...

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    03 Nov 2014 - 02 Dec 2014

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • After Work6 votes
  • Ala Carte6 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining5 votes
  • Birthdays4 votes
  • Dinner4 votes
  • Lunch4 votes
  • Boys Night Out3 votes
  • Brunch3 votes
  • Children/Family3 votes
  • Chillout3 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes

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  • lemon grass juice7 votes
  • tom yum soup6 votes
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    Quinton Fifth • 21 May 20142 reviews 0 followers

    Menu is extensive, featuring some of the exotic Bangkok delights like the raw chilled prawns salad - love these fresh prawns sitting in a bed of spicy and zesty mixture of red chilli, lemon and lime.
    Goes well with a couple of icy beer man. This Thai restaurant offers some good promotions on their beer too.
    Tom yum goong is more than superb. Did I mention the basil beef? It is basically beef fry with this herb called Basil that...

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    GoodFoodSeeker • 19 Apr 20142 reviews 0 followers

    Eating in this restaurant is a complete torture. Below is a list of things that should be aware of if you are brave enough to go
    1. It is located at one corner of a very old Tanjung Pagar Plaza- dont expect it to be an aircon plaza. It is like very old
    2. Air conditioning was not functioning properly. I sweated even before I ate anything. It was so bad that we had to walk out of the restaurant...

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    Toby Milan • 05 Nov 20131 reviews 0 followers

    I stumped upon this Thai restaurant in a rainy evening. I must say the first question I had in mind was "Why is there a Thai restaurant in a corner of a building at a second storey? " It looks cosy, a little bit of that Thai hut feeling, and lovely with warm lightings. Not much of a crowd in as well.
     
    As my usual habit, I went in without much hesitation and ordered a classic Pad Thai with...

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