Daily: 11:30 - 21:30
Bangkok Jam is a modern Thai bistro conveying the pulse and energy of Asia’s “City of Angels”, better known as Bangkok. Coupling a contemporary take on Thai cuisine and an interior regaled with Bangkok iconography and graphic art, Bangkok Jam immerses guests in the experience of dining in the very heart of Bangkok. Savour a multi-varied selection of both authentic Thai favourites and modern creations including Tom Yum Talay (Red Tom Yum Soup), Deep-fried Green Papaya Salad and Crayfish Spaghetti with Garlic.
Been to this place twice. The first time I didn't end up eating there because the staff was really unfriendly. We wanted to sit at one place but they insisted we must sit at one corner, although the place still had plenty of tables available. The second time had better service, but then still needed to wait for a long time for ice water to be served.
Food-wise it is quite ok, but not fantastic. The clear tom yam we ordered was served warm but not hot, and the place was not really very busy.
More details and photos are available at: http://fearstar.blogspot.sg/2015/08/bangkok-jam-at-plaza-singapura.html
Today 09/12/2015 @ 12.55pm, I went to Bangkok Jam outlet at Raffles City and ordered the set lunch - Thai Olive rice with Pork. When the dish arrived, all i can see is olive rice with egg. When i confronted the girl cashier with pony tail hair, she said that the "pork" is actually minced pork mixed with egg. She even mentioned that many customers have complaint about the dish.
So, obviously no action was done by the management to provide more clarity other than to continue to rip off it's customers by being technical about the food - "pork" = minced pork - which personally, i didn't even taste any.
Only plus side is that they serve all our food within 20 mins - Yes, I timed them.
Otherwise, I will never ever go to to Bangkok Jam anymore. Even the Mango salad tasted horrid.
There are two kinds of pad thai - the brown ones and the orange ones. In Bangkok Jam, the Pad thai is the orange ones. Most pad thai I've eaten in Singapore are the brown ones, but the thing is that the pad thai here, unlike the ones that I have eaten in Thai express was not spicy enough. Food served was not piping hot. Service was not fantastic too. To read more: http://sgrollies.blogspot.sg/2015/07/bangkok-jam-plaza-singapura.html