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Patara Fine Thai Cuisine

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Celebrating Thai fine dining, Patara brings to the table unusual dishes such as barbecued marinated lamb in an aromatic panang sauce, lemongrass-marinated rack of lamb and Thai-style seafood bouillabase. The menu also carries plenty of traditional Thai favourites.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

Last Orders 30mins Before Closing

+65 67370818
$58 based on 25 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Quiet (11 votes), Lunch (10 votes)
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Good Buffet

The buffet was set at 44 dollars per person. This inculded a variety of appetisers, entrees and desserts. It was great value for larger groups as the number of dishes that could be ordered were unlimited. I indulged by ordering one of everything. My personal favourites were the Tom Yang Talay, which was light and contained plenty of seafood, the lamb curry for entree and the dessert platter which offered a good range in sample size, a perfect way to end off the meal. I thought it was ideal that the chefs proportioned the dishes according to the number of people per table making it easy to share food.

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• 07 Jan 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Good Buffet

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The buffet was set at 44 dollars per person. This inculded a variety of appetisers, entrees and desserts. It was great value for larger groups as the number of dishes that could be ordered were unlimited. I indulged by ordering one of everything. My personal favourites were the Tom Yang Talay, which was light and contained plenty of seafood, the lamb curry for entree and the dessert platter which offered a good range in sample size, a perfect way to end off the meal. I thought it was ideal that the chefs proportioned the dishes according to the number of people per table making it easy to share food.
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• 20 Jul 2014 • 273 reviews • 1 follower

Good Thai Food @ Patara Fine Thai Cuisine on 19Jul2014

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See my full revies & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/07/20/good-thai-food-patara-fine-thai-cuisine-on-19jul2014/

had not been to patara for a while. the last post on patara was almost a year on 29.7.2014.

we decided to take advantage of the ongoing amex promotion which gave 1 person free or 33% discount for 3pax.
the tomyam tally (seafood) was chokeful of ingredients, prawns, scallops, sotong & sliced coconut. flavourful but we thought it was far too spicy this time.
thai stuffed chicken wings not my favourite but they were good standard.
we asked the chief waiter whether we should order the roast duck curry or belly pork curry. he recommended the later. it was a very good recommendation. the belly pork was very tender & the curry flavour was excellent.
we decided to skip the whole garoupa dish which we ordered every time & try something new. we picked the alaskan crab legs in yellow curry. it cost S$39++ same as the garoupa. we would have been much better off with the garoupa. this dish was very expensive with just about 5 crab leg sections. the yellow curry was too thin. to me it was not worth the price even with 33% discount.
patara’s olive rice was as perfect as ever. 
overall the cost came to S$105nett after 33% discount, which was quite fine for 5 dishes, though i was not much into the stuff chicken wing & the alaskan crab was a rip-off!
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• 27 Oct 2013 • 140 reviews • 0 follower

pretty decent buffet but really tardy service

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I would say that Patara serves pretty decent food for its buffet and given the price, it is definitely worth going for. However, service is quite tardy. It took 15min for the first dish to be served and when you order again, it takes about 30min. I guess they may be really short staffed in the kitchen. There were several hits and misses but I think it's alright as long as you order the correct stuff. Food seems to be not too oily here and that is something I like. If you really want to try the buffet, then please prepare to wait.

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