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Bangkok Jam (Wheelock Place)

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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.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 68360989
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• 21 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

bad food and horrible service

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I ordered the chicken green curry as part of their lunch set. Not only was the green curry brown in color, it was also completely doused in oil. When I brought this to the attention of the staff the waitress went into the kitchen with my plate and was out in 2 min. I wondered how they could have remade my order so soon. what I found was that I returned my dish as it was with the oil scrapped of the top. The taste was bad and the chicken was over cooked. I ate my food because I was really hungry and was too tired to argue but I'm never ever returning to this place again. 
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• 02 Nov 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Expensive

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I prefer thai express. The tomyum soup was too spicy for my liking. you'd you can't take spicy food rmb to tell them to make it less spicy. Worth a try but I think it's expensive because the serving was kind of small? Not too bad though.
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• 15 Dec 2012 • 37 reviews • 11 followers

Sorry ... this is not thai food

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Seriously, the food here is pretty bad. Mixed grill was a big disappointment. Taste was blend and amateurish. The squid wasn't even cook through and we had to send it back. Service was half hearted. The crew seems to be quite clueless. The squid we rejected came back in a rice bowl, clearly it's been just taken out from the microwave, and no apologies, nothing. 
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The management of Bangkok Jam responded to this review:
17 Jan 2013
Dear edioto, thank you for your valued patronage. We deeply regret to hear that the food and service standards are not up to par, in particular, the mixed grill and squid dish. Such a serving / food preparation presentation is simply unacceptable by our strict standards. We will conduct an investigation and perform the necessary actions to improve them. We look forward to your next visit.

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