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Soi 60 Thai Restaurant + Bar

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Soi 60 is a contemporary Thai Restaurant + Bar at Robertson Quay, offering fresh, modern Thai flavours, expertly-crafted cocktails and drinks amidst a chic and welcoming atmosphere along the Singapore River. Soi 60’s menu has been designed with award-winning Chef Martin Boetz of Longrain Restaurant & Bar (Sydney & Melbourne), considered to be one of the world’s best Thai restaurants and the leader in modern Thai cuisine in Australia.

Wed - Sat: 17:30 - 00:00

Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

Sun: 17:30 - 00:00

Closed: Mon, Tue

+65 68846884
+65 66356675
$63 based on 21 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (6 votes), Dinner (5 votes)
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Thai Fusion at its best

Not the typical thai food that we know of, Soi 60 has its unique take on its food: a European twist while sticking true to its Thai roots.
 
 For 3 pax we had:
 Thai Betel Leaves
 Crispy Duck Pancake
 Coconut Chicken Salad
 Salmon Tartare (new dish)
 BBQ Pork Ribs
 Crispy Duck Curry
 
 The best out of the bunch for me has got to be the BBQ pork ribs and the coconut chicken salad, very delicious.
 
 PS: try their thai tiramisu, you'd be very pleasantly surprised
 
 Overall great value for money, relaxing ambiance and excellent service staff who checks on you once in a while

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• 27 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Thai Fusion at its best

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Not the typical thai food that we know of, Soi 60 has its unique take on its food: a European twist while sticking true to its Thai roots.
 
 For 3 pax we had:
 Thai Betel Leaves
 Crispy Duck Pancake
 Coconut Chicken Salad
 Salmon Tartare (new dish)
 BBQ Pork Ribs
 Crispy Duck Curry
 
 The best out of the bunch for me has got to be the BBQ pork ribs and the coconut chicken salad, very delicious.
 
 PS: try their thai tiramisu, you'd be very pleasantly surprised
 
 Overall great value for money, relaxing ambiance and excellent service staff who checks on you once in a while
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• 26 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great food, great ambience!

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In general, food served here is quirky and unique. It's catered to european tastes with the spices just slightly toned down but nevertheless, a great dining experience! Attentive staff made it all the more better!

Shared a number of dishes with my colleagues and the following dishes deserve special mention:

Salmon tartare- my personal favourite for the night! paired with crackers on the side, the fresh salmon was seasoned well and was a great start to my meal
Crispy duck pancake- the lychees within the pancake started a party in my mouth- loved it!! Must try!
BBQ pork ribs- done perfectly. meat was very tender and flavourful
Butterfly pea tapioca- very understated dish that deserves more attention. a very refreshing treat after a heavy meal- the coconut, sorbet and tapioca was a great mix of textures

Interesting cocktail menu that's worth trying as well. I went with the staff's recommendation of Passionfruit Smash- oh what more can i say?? it was like a little ribbon to wrap up my great meal ;)

I will be back, Soi 60!
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• 26 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Tasty Thai fusion

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I went to Soi 60 with two of my colleagues for dinner to taste their Thai fusion cuisine and have some drinks.
 
 The staff were attentive and took good care of us, and we picked dishes based on their recommendations.
 
 For starters, we had the Crab Betel Leaves, which was a very nice appetiser and a good way to start the dinner.
 
 Next, we had their Coconut Chicken Salad and Crispy Duck Pancake. I really enjoyed both these dishes too. The chicken salad had a nice balance of flavours and the duck pancake had lychee in it, which was a real tasty treat.
 
 Then the main dishes arrived – Crispy Duck Curry and BBQ Pork Ribs. The curry surprisingly packed quite a nice heat, which the coconut milk and rice helped to balance out. It was not as sweet as most Thai curries, and the duck was perfectly cooked. Its skin was crispy, and the meat was tender. The star of my dinner, though, was the BBQ Pork Ribs. It was a half rack of baby back ribs served with green sauce on the side. This was delicious and again, the meat fell right off the bone and straight into our mouths. The only downside was that we wished there was more!
 
 For desserts, we shared the Thai (Tea) Tiramisu, where the ladyfingers were dipped in thai tea instead of espresso. It made for a sweeter taste, but the fragrance of the thai tea fit in pretty well. Personally, I’m more a coffee person so I prefer the traditional tiramisu though.
 
 The cocktails we tried were the Pimms Punch, Lemongrass Mojito and Passionfruit Smash. All were refreshing and very easy to drink, with a nice amount of alcoholic kick in each. It was a great accompaniment to the chill night out.
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