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BaliThai Restaurant (Suntec City Mall)

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BaliThai invokes all your five senses to create a delightful dining experience. Thai, Indo and popular Asian cuisine come together in a casual, unpretentious setting. Modern, chic yet anchored in Asian tradition, BaliThai is the destination for anytime feast for all your senses.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 63382066
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A place worth trying!

Went there during lunch, and it was cosy despite the busy hour. The menu has a good veriety of choices. The kangkong and tom yum is a must have! Good service and they make good recommendations when you dunno what to have. Will go back again. :) Good price too!

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• 19 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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I had lunch with my family this afternoon. My 12 year old son decided to have mango pudding for dessert. While eating, he saw a sharp piece of clear plastic about the size of a 5 cent coin. I was shocked... what if he had swollen it as it looked like a piece of jelly. What shocked me even more was the reaction one of the staff when I showed her the thing. She was like unhappy... like ok I shall tell the people inside, no need to be unhappy. If i had raised my voice and let everyone know about it.... true enough out came another mango pudding as replacement which I rejected since my son sort of finished eating it. Ya many of you will say things like this happens... no need to fuss. Try getting a piece of sharp plastic down your throat! Its still unacceptable... since the meal costs big.
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• 26 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

A place worth trying!

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Went there during lunch, and it was cosy despite the busy hour. The menu has a good veriety of choices. The kangkong and tom yum is a must have! Good service and they make good recommendations when you dunno what to have. Will go back again. :) Good price too!
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• 04 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not Bad! Nice tom yam goong!

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Food & service i have to give an average rating. The ambiance was nice and i'm happy dinning there although it was quiet noisy. Tom yam goong came with a hot pot which i like it very much! Boost my appetite! Thai glass noodle was tasty and delicious. Will be happy to go back to dine again!
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