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Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant (Beach Road)

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In the early 80s, we started a food business by peddling on a rented lorry, selling packed lunches to Thai workers at construction sites around Singapore.

In 1985, with much strong support from our customers, we opened our very first Thai food outlet at Golden Mile Complex, called "Diandin Leluk" which caters mainly to the Thai community.

In 1990s, we started “Por Jai Authentic Thai Restaurant”, serving authentic Thai cuisine to Singaporeans and foreigners. All cuisine are prepared by the native Thai chefs whom have many years of culinary experiences.

'Diandin Leluk' is committed to providing award winning appeThaizing cuisine.

Currently we have 2 Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant located at Golden Mile and Geylang Road (Beside Lor.7). Por Jai Authentic Thai Restaurant is located at Suntec City.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 62935101
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Dinner (12 votes), Lunch (11 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (9 votes)
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For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/2015/03/diandin-leluk-thai-restaurant-golden.html

I was craving for something sour and spicy so Thai food came to my mind immediately. I googled for the 'Best Thai Restaurant in Singapore' and Diandin Leluk tops the chart with many great reviews. Hence, I made my way down to Golden Mile Complex, also known as 'Little Thailand' of Singapore. 
1. Clear Tom Yum Soup ($12) flavored with lemongrass, lime juice, lime leaves and chili is a spicy and sour soup base. A huge pot with generous servings of prawns, squids, fish and mushroom.

2. Pineapple Fried Rice ($12) looks amazing with rice overflowing in a hollow pineapple. Decorated with pork floss and pork, the pineapple fried rice is fragrance and has a slightly sweet aroma to it.

3. The Stir-Fried Minced Meat with Basil Leaves and Chili ($10) wasn't quite to our liking. The gravy was a salty dark sauce, while we would have preferred a sour and spicy base.  

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  • Green Curry2 votes
  • Ice Tea1 vote
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• 23 May 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

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For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/2015/03/diandin-leluk-thai-restaurant-golden.html

I was craving for something sour and spicy so Thai food came to my mind immediately. I googled for the 'Best Thai Restaurant in Singapore' and Diandin Leluk tops the chart with many great reviews. Hence, I made my way down to Golden Mile Complex, also known as 'Little Thailand' of Singapore. 
1. Clear Tom Yum Soup ($12) flavored with lemongrass, lime juice, lime leaves and chili is a spicy and sour soup base. A huge pot with generous servings of prawns, squids, fish and mushroom.

2. Pineapple Fried Rice ($12) looks amazing with rice overflowing in a hollow pineapple. Decorated with pork floss and pork, the pineapple fried rice is fragrance and has a slightly sweet aroma to it.

3. The Stir-Fried Minced Meat with Basil Leaves and Chili ($10) wasn't quite to our liking. The gravy was a salty dark sauce, while we would have preferred a sour and spicy base.  
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• 16 Dec 2014 • 216 reviews • 5 followers

Diandin Leluk Thai Restaurant: 24 Hours Appe-Thai-zing Cuisine At Golden Mile Complex

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So here I am at Diandin Leluk where food are prepared by bona fide chefs from Thailand. A queue is a common sight, however, we were spared from the long wait as turnover was relatively quick and we only needed two seats.
 The menu is rather extensive and it took us a while to before coming a our decision of having Green Curry Chicken ($12), Kang Kong Sambal ($10), Braised Meat with Dry Curry ($12), Stir Fried Chicken with Lemon Grass ($12). Thai Ice Tea ($1.8) and Mango Sticky Rice ($6).
Green Curry and Kang Kong were worth the bill as serving portion were reasonable (suitable for 3-4 pax). More importantly, they were appetizing.
Something new to my Thai food inventory were the Braised Meat and Dry Curry and Chicken with Lemon Grass. However, the latter was a disappointment. The choice of meat parts made eating a chore and no much of a taste. Perhaps it could be "drowned" by the heavy flavours from other dishes.
Rounding up our luxurious meal was the irresistible and delectable Mango Sticky Rice! By that time, we were already filled to our brim, however, it still was appetizing.
More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/diandin-leluk-thai-restaurant-24-hours-appe-thai-zing-cuisine-at-golden-mile-complex
  
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• 10 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

High hopes but Disappointed

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Tried their catering recently after reading good reviews online, it was quit disappointing. The batter is too thick for their sweet and sour fish. Their cuttlefish was really hard for their cuttlefish dish. Their service was good though.
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