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Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen

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Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen bring everyone feels like dining in Thailand with its restaurants interior decorations that reflects culture of Thailand accompanied with menus that has been the signature authentic Thai foods coming from the country. Not just like a Thailand taste but also feels like a Thailand place!

Daily: 24 Hours

+65 63368812
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Quick Service, No Fuss, Value for Money, Not Bad at all

Came here on Sunday for late lunch (3 adults, 2 young adults & 1 toddler). Ordered usual stuff of mango salad, chicken green curry, olive rice, minced beef basil, fish cake & sweet & sour fish. Service was quick, food came out hot. The salad, green curry & minced beef were our favourite. The fish was crispy & tasty but I found the sauce is a little too sweet. Overall food is not bad at all and it's value for money considering they have options on the size of the dish (small, medium, large). Will be happy to come back to quick lunch when I'm in that area.

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• 02 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Quick Service, No Fuss, Value for Money, Not Bad at all

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Came here on Sunday for late lunch (3 adults, 2 young adults & 1 toddler). Ordered usual stuff of mango salad, chicken green curry, olive rice, minced beef basil, fish cake & sweet & sour fish. Service was quick, food came out hot. The salad, green curry & minced beef were our favourite. The fish was crispy & tasty but I found the sauce is a little too sweet. Overall food is not bad at all and it's value for money considering they have options on the size of the dish (small, medium, large). Will be happy to come back to quick lunch when I'm in that area.
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• 18 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

good thai food

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This place can be quite busy in the evening so come early.
The food is nice and not so expensive.
The plus is it is open 24h!
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• 09 Jun 2014 • 17 reviews • 0 follower

As HGW like to say: Barely makes the mark

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Spit-and-sawdust surroundings, only average food, terrible service and slightly expensive prices - hard to recommend, I'm afraid.

Please see my full review with photos here:
http://www.thedarksmile.com/1/post/2014/06/review-of-aroy-dee-262-middle-road-singapore.html

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