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Best Thai Restaurants in Ang Mo Kio


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A photo of Pok Pok Thai Kitchen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Ang Mo Kio
Pok Pok Thai Kitchen Singapore is a relaxed spot that happens to be home to some of the most flavoursome dishes in Ang Mo Kio. Situated on Ang Mo Kio Avenue, this casual eatery specialises in authentic Thai cuisine cooked with high-quality ingredients. You’ll find a wide range of meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes on the menu, including curries, soups, noodle dishes and plenty more besides. Popular among locals, this is perfect for relaxing over a delicious plate of Thai food and catching up with friends or family. So if all this sounds like your idea of a good time, reserve a table at Pok Pok Thai Kitchen in Ang Mo Kio.
A photo of Baan Ying restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Novena
Baan Ying had a very humble beginning with a nine table restaurant in Bangkok’s Siam Square area more than two decades ago. Fast forward to today and Baan Ying not only has seven restaurants in Bangkok but a shiny new restaurant on Irrawaddy Road in Novena, Singapore. This Thai food is the real deal, with a family business ensuring the cuisine on offer is as authentic as it gets. Baan Ying is an original Siam kitchen set in a bright and airy space, perfect for a get-together with friends, family, co-workers or date night with that special someone. Just believe us when we say that this is a popular spot, so ensure you reserve a table in advance to avoid disappointment!
A photo of Soi Thai Soi Nice - Seletar Mall restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Sengkang
Did somebody say hot pot?! Singapore’s obsession with Thai hot pots runs deep, so it’s just as well that Soi Thai Soi Nice has gotten a second outlet located in Seletar Mall. This Sengkang West Avenue eatery has a whole range of fresh ingredients including roasted pork, tiger prawns and crayfish all submerged in a homemade, army-style Tom Yum broth hot pot that is just bursting with authentic Thai spices and flavours. Or if you want something a bit different, why not choose from other dishes such as kho moo yang of grilled pork neck and hor mok ma praw with steamed egg and otah stir fried with fresh seafood served in a coconut shell at this Sengkang spot? Book a table now and beat the crowds!
A photo of Siam Village Macpherson restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Toa Payoh
Singapore has no shortage of Thai restaurants but Siam Village Macpherson is as authentic as you can get. Taking its name from the Northeastern province of Thailand, this popular eatery serves up traditional Thai specialities and the chefs travel to Thailand to bring back the best recipes to provide diners with a true Thai experience. Located on Jalan Wangi Street, Siam Village Macpherson is a local favourite.
A photo of Thai'd Me Up restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Goodwood Park
The cheekily named Thai’d Me Up can conjure some interesting visual imagery, but a visit to this Bukit Timah Thai restaurant will have you feeling all kinds of satisfied. Jokes aside, Chef Me Up has created a menu that brings together a culmination of Thai tradition and modern inspirations from the multicultural playground of Singapore. Inspired from his childhood growing up in the rolling hills of Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand, this Bukit Timah Road delight boast fresh and flavoursome options that will have you coming back for more.
A photo of Thailand Street Food Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Yishun
Situated along Yishun Avenue in Yishun, Thailand Street Food Restaurant specialises in authentic Thai cuisine. You’ll find all your favourite Thai classics on the menu here, all of which are cooked to perfection and brimming with fragrant herbs and spices. We love starting off with a few appetisers such as Pandan chicken, Thai-style prawns and chicken wings, before a main of steamed sea bass with chilli and lime dressing, Thai green curry with chicken or a classic pad Thai with pork. Thailand Street Food Restaurant Singapore is casual, relaxed and perfect for dining with friends or the whole family. What are you waiting for?
A photo of Thai Master Kitchen restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Hougang
For affordable Thai food in the Hougang neighbourhood, Singapore’s Thai Master Kitchen is a great option. Despite the low prices, the food is fresh and authentic, with the menu comprising Thai classics like pad Thai, tom yum soup and basil beef. Flavours are big and the spice level on many dishes high. Thai Master Kitchen is large, clean and comfortable, which makes it a great choice for a family meal. The restaurant is located in Hougang Street in the Hougang Shopping meal, so why not book a table, head down and enjoy some authentic Thai food after some shopping?
A photo of Tamarind Hill restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Bukit Merah
Dear diners, please be aware that Tamarind Hill has a strict 'no children under 14 years of age’ policy. What you won’t often find in Singapore is a restaurant surrounded by beautiful greenery, but Tamarind Hill is just that, set in the gorgeous Labrador Nature Reserve of Labrador Park. The restaurant occupies a colonial bungalow that’s laced with history and decorated with Asian sophistication. Serving authentic Siamese cuisine, Tamarind Hill is truly a beautiful place to escape from the city and take the edge off. Head over to Labrador Villa Road to see what the fuss is about.
A photo of Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Clifford Pier
There are few Thai restaurants in Singapore that can boast such regal pedigree as Sabai Fine Thai On The Bay. It’s Sabai’s kitchen that’s the focus here, headed up by chef Samlee who had the honour of cooking for HRH Princess Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother of Thailand’s beloved King Rama IX. With this experience under her knife belt, Samlee makes what are arguably the city’s best Thai curries. It helps that the showroom for such talent is the historic Customs House building on Collyer Quay, easily accessed from another rather regal spot in Singapore, Raffles Place. Book a table at Sabai, drink in the views out over Marina Bay and experience really royal Thai cuisine.
A photo of Gin Khao One Raffles Place restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Raffles Place
There’s more to Gin Khao One Raffles Place than its signature watermelon fried rice. This 65-seater Raffles Place restaurant located in the heart of Singapore’s CBD is taking Thai cuisine to new heights, with its brigade of highly-qualified chefs adept in presenting a unique and experimental take on time-honoured dishes, without any compromise in standards. A hit with busy executives based around Raffles Place, the service here is outstanding as well – a true hallmark of Thai hospitality. Seats tend to fill up quickly, so why not book ahead to avoid disappointment?
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