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Aroy-Dee

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Aroy-Dee is located at Sunshine Plaza and serves Chinese Food.

Closed on Sun & PH, Mon to Sat: 12:00pm - 10:00pm

+65 63368852
$9 based on 40 submissions
Lunch (9 votes), Dinner (8 votes), After Work (7 votes)
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A good simple Thai eatery!

So we spent about $30 per person overall and were so stuffed at the end of the meal. It is very crowded on a Saturday night and tables are placed really close to each other and your elbows could knock into each other if your arms are too long while air con is almost non-existent. At least it wasn’t hot and food is very good there actually. Super intense taste which reflects accurately the spirit of Thai food. A recommended eatery!

For more details, please visit:
http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/aroy-dee/

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• 09 Jun 2014 • 17 reviews • 0 follower

Barely makes the mark

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(I think people are posting reviews of the new site, on Middle Road, on this page, which refers to the old site at Sunshine Plaza.)

Anyway, I don't really recommend this place: read my very detailed 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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• 09 Mar 2014 • 140 reviews • 0 follower

A good simple Thai eatery!

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So we spent about $30 per person overall and were so stuffed at the end of the meal. It is very crowded on a Saturday night and tables are placed really close to each other and your elbows could knock into each other if your arms are too long while air con is almost non-existent. At least it wasn’t hot and food is very good there actually. Super intense taste which reflects accurately the spirit of Thai food. A recommended eatery!

For more details, please visit:
http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/aroy-dee/
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• 21 Nov 2013 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

FOOD taste HORRIBLE, OILY and SALTY! DON"T WASTE your time and $$. NOT WORTH trying!

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FOOD WERE HORRIBLE, OILY and SALTY. It's just PRE-PACKED FOOD that heat it up for you to eat!

I just visited this place for lunch with my colleague in the afternoon. The business there seems pretty good but we didn't expect the food were so horrible and yet people still visiting this place for lunch!

We ordered green curry pork with rice and stir fry basil leaves with pork that came together with rice. Usually these 2 dishes won't go wrong in anywhere that serves Thai food. However, to our surprise, the 2 dishes were anyhow cooked and served to us and they tasted awful!!!

First of all, the whole restaurant seems to be run by foreign workers, from waiter, waitress to kitchen staffs and the cook (not sure if he knows how to cook) are all foreign workers. Well, that's not an issue if the food were good. the basil leaves pork came out to be stir fry chopped long beans with pork. It is not only super oily, but also taste horrible. We only saw perhaps 5 to 6 basil leaves, basically can count using fingers. well, we were hoping that the green curry would be ok since the first dish came out was horrible but we were so wrong!!! The green curry pork with rice came out to be green curry paste stir fry with pork and MIXED with white rice!! OMG....

We were expecting a bowl of green curry serve with plain rice but it came out to be a green curry stew on top of white rice and what makes it worse is some of the curry paste not fully melted, it was a bit lumpy and it was super salty! Who doesn't know how to cook if just pour out the pre-packed curry, mix with a bit of water and pour on top of white rice?! With this kind of quality of food can still open a restaurant is really amazing! what makes it more amazing is: people still go there and eat and their business seem not bad!!!

I would say give this restaurant a miss. Definitely waste your time and money! Anywhere else is better than this!

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