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Suanthai Restaurant (Killiney Road)

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Address: 101 Killiney Road, 239544

'Suanthai', which means 'Thai garden', was started in November 2005 by Mr. Steven See Tong, formerly a general manager with the Thanying Group of Restaurants. 

The entire kitchen team which comprises native Thais is led by chef Sawadee Sakaoduan who was a head chef of Thanying, and is assisted by chef Gosol Boonplod who also has more than a decade of experience in Thai cuisine. Their combined years of experience in Thai cuisine ensures that every meal is jam-packed with authentic Thai flavours.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 62354126
$22 based on 55 submissions
Buffet (15 votes), Dinner (13 votes), Lunch (11 votes)

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Had high expectations but very very average food. Worth the price you pay for. Ala carte buffet food therefore if you want more of it you gotta keep asking them to give you. Certain dishes can be ordered once.

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• 28 Jan 2016 • 46 reviews • 0 follower

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Had high expectations but very very average food. Worth the price you pay for. Ala carte buffet food therefore if you want more of it you gotta keep asking them to give you. Certain dishes can be ordered once.
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• 23 Dec 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Definitely not value for money and not worth a visit at all. I bought 3 lunch vouchers for $45. However, the small notes on the vouchers were ambiguous. As my friends and I could not find a day to make it for lunch, I called the restaurant to ask if I could use the vouchers for dinner. They said yes. But when I showed them the vouchers, the waiter insisted that it's a lunch voucer and can't be used for dinner. They would only treat it as cash vouchers. So in the end, the dinner for 3 cost over $90. Felt so cheated!
They don't serve water, only bottled water at $2 per bottle. If not, it will be free flow ice lemon tea for $3.99++ or calamansi for $4.99++
There was only a very limited choice of food and the taste was horrible. I've never tasted tom yum soup that looked and tasted like plain water with some spiciness and sourness. The soup was completely "clean" and transparent. Even the tom yum flavour instant noodles taste much better!The beef was really tough! The seafood was not fresh at all. The taste of the food was lousy. The steam tapioca for dessert was very hard!  I've never tasted such bad Thai food at all. I would never visit it again even if it's a $10 buffet, not to mention we spent over $30 per pax
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• 13 Dec 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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c***. c*** food. c*** service. c*** "ambience". c***, c***, c***.
We got here at 2.20pm today and were rushed to order because the kitchen was closing at 2.30. Ok fine, I understand. But what they didn't tell us was that the restaurant itself closed at 3pm. At 2.45, 2.50 and 3pm, we were rudely told thrice by the extremely unpleasant head waitress that we should eat quickly and get out soon. They even switched the restaurant lights off at 3pm. Never coming back here for the oily, greasy food and lousy lousy service again. should have read all the other negative reviews first. 

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