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Nara Thai Restaurant (ION Orchard)

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Address: #B3-21, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, 238801

Voted as one of Thailand’s best restaurants since 2007, Nara Thai Singapore serves up age-old recipes with the highest quality ingredients to provide a truly authentic Thai experience to those craving to get their Thai food fix. Be sure to sample Nara’s signature dishes such as the stir-fried soft shell crab coated generously with a thick, aromatic yellow curry and the tantalizing steamed sea bass with tangy chili lime sauce.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 66345787
$29 based on 43 submissions
After Work (16 votes), Ala Carte (9 votes), Business Dining (8 votes)

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Top notch Thai Cuisine.

Nara Thai is an upscale Thai Restaurant that took over Burger King's spot at the basement of Ion Orchard. Originally founded in Thailand in 2003 by a group of female entrepreneurs, their dishes draw inspirations from authentic recipes that have been reinvented and modernised. Classy and contemporary interior settings, polished and warm service, the dining experience at Nara Thai definitely leaves a lasting impression and a trail of dust for its competitors to pick up. 

Please visit https://whattoeatah.wordpress.com/2015/05/02/nara-thai-ion-orchard/?preview=true&preview_id=1031&preview_nonce=2900a4cbc2 for the full review.

You can also visit me on Instagram @whattoeatah

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• 02 Aug 2015 • 54 reviews • 0 follower

Top notch Thai Cuisine.

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Nara Thai is an upscale Thai Restaurant that took over Burger King's spot at the basement of Ion Orchard. Originally founded in Thailand in 2003 by a group of female entrepreneurs, their dishes draw inspirations from authentic recipes that have been reinvented and modernised. Classy and contemporary interior settings, polished and warm service, the dining experience at Nara Thai definitely leaves a lasting impression and a trail of dust for its competitors to pick up. 

Please visit https://whattoeatah.wordpress.com/2015/05/02/nara-thai-ion-orchard/?preview=true&preview_id=1031&preview_nonce=2900a4cbc2 for the full review.

You can also visit me on Instagram @whattoeatah
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• 19 Jul 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Too expensive and equitable service

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I probably never come back to this place. I went there with 2 of my friends. We ordered tom yum soup at $19.90, $10.90 for a plate of veggies and minced pork basil thai styled $16, 3 portions of jasmine rice for $2 each and 3 portable cup of thai iced tea at 5.90 each (All prices are subjected gst and serivce charge). Ealier we thought that'd be so full. However, when the food came out, we were all astonished that the portions were much undersized as in the menu demonstrated (1 minus point). The food took around 30 mins to approach us. Luckily, we didn't have to q for seats but I felt it's not worth the value and time. With the same price, u probably can find a good-quality of Japanese restaurant.
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• 28 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Disgrace to the Nara brand

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This Singapore branch is a disgrace to the Nara brand. I frequent their Nara branch in Central World when I am in Bangkok. BIG difference in service and quality.

They don't even have simple plain white rice. Give this one a miss. 
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