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Sukhothai Restaurant (Boatquay)

Asian, Indochinese, Thai

40%100%

5 votes

65382422

Mon to Sun: 11.30am - 10.30pm

Boatquay
$39 based on 4 reviews
Sukhothai Restaurant is located at Boat Quay and specialises in thai cuisine.
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Haryadoon • 03 May 201227 reviews 0 followers

The food is good and the location excellent. The view across the river & quay from this spot is fabulous, day or night. The food was good Thai food with some Chinese seafood dishes - as you might expect. Yes, it's pricey, but not abnormal for the neighbourhood. Check out some of the neighbouring seafood places to see how expensive things can be ! And they sell wine with dinner, at a reasonable price. The other reviewer must have been...

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    Haryadoon • 03 May 201227 reviews 0 followers

    The food is good and the location excellent. The view across the river & quay from this spot is fabulous, day or night. The food was good Thai food with some Chinese seafood dishes - as you might expect. Yes, it's pricey, but not abnormal for the neighbourhood. Check out some of the neighbouring seafood places to see how expensive things can be ! And they sell wine with dinner, at a reasonable price. The other reviewer must have been...

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    James Ong 241 • 28 Apr 20121 reviews 11 followers

    Head there at your own risk - priced ridiculously for tourists.

    Had lunch there for 5 pax with a bill that came up to $300.

    Example:

    Prawn cake at $7 each

    Kang Kong for $22

    Pad Thai for $22

    Sliced beef for $36

    Lime juice for $6

    Food is decent but a shame that the management chooses to fleece its customers, resulting in a restaurant that is empty most of the time

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    Hoongy ! • 15 Nov 20101876 reviews 257 followers

    A late movie at the Arts House meant that Boat Quay would be my nearest dining option. Looking at the interior of Sukhothai, it looked like a fine dining setting although the bulk of the diners choose to sit outside and enjoy the night breeze by the river.
     
    I started with the Tom Yam Gai ($5) which was quite good at a slightly higher spicy level.
     
    I then decided to make my life easier and just picked both...

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