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Daily: 12:00 - 15:00
Daily: 17:30 - 22:00
Queues are a common sight at Nakhon Kitchen, but the specials are worth the wait. At this community-loved non air-conditioned branch, the tom yam ($6) comes in three versions – in clear, thick or coconut bases.The restaurant is also big on seafood, teeming with a selection of over ten dishes.
Forget golden mile for a moment. Nothing screams authentic than Nakhon Kitchen. Thai chefs, a couple thai servers, pictures of the King and Queen on the wall,the condiments and toilet paper roll on every table and to top it off, thai music in the background. I love thai food and have tasted many good and less than average ones. This is a MUST TRY! Food, nonetheless are awesome,like the real deal, with favorites like tom yam(you can pick clear or thick soup base), mango salad, mango sticky rice thai iced tea etc. All dishes are served on traditional thai crockery with free flow water to douse the heat. One thing to look out for are the opening hours(open during lunch time and dinner time ONLY) and the long queues especially the dinner crowd. But dont worry, the wait will be worth it. Plus, orders are taken in the queue before you are seated so you wont have to wait longer than you already have. I'm a regular now. Come join the club. =)
For the full review please visit http://thehungrygeek.com/2016/01/14/nahm-thai-kitchen-formerly-nakhon-kitchen-bedok/
Nahm Thai Kitchen is one of the newest names around in the Singaporean Thai cuisine scene. They are in the same spot as the previously famous Nakhon Kitchen (Bedok branch), with the same boss, the same staff and the same cook. For undisclosed reasons they have split from the Nakhon chain. Will Nahm Thai Kitchen be able to live up to the success of its predecessor?
We think that it's great Thai food in the east of Singapore! If you don’t mind the queue and you are okay with a slightly premium price over the market, this is a must try. However, if you hate queues or if you are very budget conscious, perhaps it would be better to look elsewhere.
For full review, please visit https://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2014/05/01/nakhon-kitchen-136-bedok-north-ave-3-01-166/
Pineapple fried rice ($6) – quite soft rice with two slice of cut pineapples. The pork floss was good. Other than some yellow colouring, there’s really not much pineapple taste cos it’s sliced and not diced to mix into the rice.
Thai style fried kway teow ($4) – this could be the best tasting food among tonight’s dishes. Quite cheap and it’s quite a big plate. Not too oily as well. Very appetizing.