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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

$66 based on 15 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (3 votes)
jdimos

Great Thai Robertson quay

Just finished dinner with friends and everything we ordered was excellent. The food has really improved. The ribs and the beef Penang curry are standout dishes.

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23 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Great Thai Robertson quay

Just finished dinner with friends and everything we ordered was excellent. The food has really improved. The ribs and the beef Penang curry are standout dishes.
06 Nov 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Great place to visit

We were recommended Soi 60 by a friend and decided to try it out on Saturday, although I must admit that we were a little hesitant to try it out due to the mixed reviews. I can safely say that I was very surprised by the food, service, drinks and ambiance of the venue! My partner (who is Thai) and I absolutely loved our visit here.
 
It was pretty packed when we arrived at around 8pm (without a reservation...
The management of Soi 60 Thai Restaurant + Bar responded to this review:
06 Nov 2014
Thankyou very much for taking the time to post this review. We had some teething problems at the start, but things are sorted out now and we're delighted you had a great time. Hope to see you again soon.
Starter Platter
24 Oct 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

Australian Influenced Thai Food

Soi 60, located at Robertson Quay, reaches out to a mainly expat crowd and serves Australian influenced Thai cuisine.

At a recent visit, I started out with the Starter Platter ($30) which had fried spring rolls, tender chicken skewers, rice crackers and crab wrapped in betel leaves - a good plate to share for two.

I also tried the Chicken Wings ($12), which were tasty yet not too oily.

What's going to a Thai restaurant without going for the Tom Yum ($14), and this is where the first signs of Australian influence comes in as the soup is more salty than spicy.

For my veg, the Tofu Asian Greens ($17) was a the closest I could find to any greens on the menu  and it came with a large portion of kai lan.
The wagyu Beef Paenaeng ($22) has shredded tender pieces of beef in a thick red curry that is yet another filling dish.

For my cocktail I tried the Coconut Mojito ($17), something unique for the occassion although it may take some adjusting to get used to.

Overall, expect large portions with food that is designed to be shared in large groups. Service was efficient and friendly, what one would expect in a casual chic restaurant.
05 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great authentic Thai!

We were recommended Soi 60 by a friend and decided to try it out on Saturday, although I must admit that we were a little hesitant to try it out due to the mixed reviews. I can safely say that I was very surprised by the food, service, drinks and ambiance of the venue! My partner (who is Thai) and I absolutely loved our visit here.

It was pretty packed when we arrived at around 8pm (without a reservation unfortunately), so we had to wait by the bar (which wasn't a bad thing at all!). We ordered a couple of cocktails and waited for our tables. I must definitely recommend the Lemongrass Mojito and the Spiced Old Fashioned. Apparently, they make all their syrups and mixes in-house!! (there goes me trying to recreate one at home!! sigh...)

After being shown to our table by Mark, the manager of the restaurant, I made a note to him that my partner was Thai (she knows her food). He then proceeded to make some excellent recommendations for us (he knew his stuff!)

For starters, we had the Thai fish cakes and the picked crab on betel leaves. The fish cakes were juicy, flavorsome and had just enough spice to give us a tingly sensation on our pallets. That, combined with the betel leaves were were enough to blow us over (we were contemplating on getting another serving of the betel leaves, but had to refrain in anticipation of our mains!)

We had the beef panang curry, a peanut based thai curry with coconut, a stir fried basil chicken and a papaya salad for our mains. The gravy of the curry was rich and the beef was succulent. The chicken chunks stir fried with basil and chili was just right, and the papaya salad had all the flavors of Thailand. Chef Nam, the resident Thai guru in whites came to our table to chck (in Thai with the mrs) on us and to say hi....which really made us feel special.

 For dessert, we had the coconut pannacotta and the banana fritters. Both were absolutely divine! The pannacotta was creamy and light, while the banana fritters were sweet and decadent. Both a perfect end to our evening.

If you were in the mood for authentic Thai fare at a reasonable price, with good service (probably the best at this price range) and interesting drinks, you would be doing yourselves a disservice if you didn't give this place a try. I don't know what all the negative fuss is all about, but I cant help but keep raving about this place...
20 Sep 2014 • 39 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Ambience, Acceptable Food

Service - mediocre, but they tried
Drinks - great wine list, and awesome bartender
Food - Fusion thai, that was acceptable for the tourist palate.
Ambience - we were there early so it was quiet, that suited us.