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Lanna Thai Restaurant

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Located in Boat Quay, Lanna Thai Restaurant specialises in Thai cuisine.

Daily: 11:00 - 01:00

Mon to Sun: 12.00pm – 1.00am

+65 65363352
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• 03 Jan 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

Want to eat Thai? Go somewhere else!

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If you want to eat Thai food in Singapore you don't want to visit Lanna Thai. We have the "financial crisis", leading to all kind of strange marketing efforts. One of them being the current 30% discount and free drinks almost every bugger at Boat Quay offers. We took the bait, without looking at the menu and it's prices. The pictures looked good, so was the prawn cake. The Tom Yam was a way too spicy chili soup with no taste and too less lemon. So was the Som Tam. Two Thai's in company did not eat both. Leaving it to some overpriced prawn noodles which after complain went down from 45$ to "only" 40$ on the bill. Besides that we were charged for peanuts and towels that never arrived at our table. Simple conclusion, never again. You can have better tasty Thai food at every corner in Thailand and the flight cost you only slightly more than the meal at Lanna Thai. Don't go there!
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