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A photo of NaNa Thai Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Boulevard
NaNa Thai Restaurant in Singapore is passionate about serving truly authentic Thai food. With a dedication of feeding Thai people living in Singapore a traditional feast from home, as well as Singaporean locals and any visitors who love the fiery cuisine, this casual eatery is not to be missed. Located on Scotts Road in Orchard, this is the fifth restaurant of NaNa Original Thai Food and the group’s growth is a reflection of just how tasty their food is. This particular outlet offers both Thai cuisine and a range of wider Asian dishes, so guests can expect mango tum salad and padan leaf chicken alongside salted egg crab, Hong Kong steamed sea bass and hotplate black pepper beef. With such a diverse menu, NaNa Thai Restaurant on Scotts Road will undoubtedly please your whole dining party.
A photo of Sakura Asian Cuisine restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Boulevard
Sakura Asian Cuisine in Singapore serves up delicious halal-certified Thai cuisine. You can find all the classics as well as a few speciality dishes on the menu here, which are all made using the freshest and highest quality ingredients. Favourites include the sambal Kang Kong with cuttlefish; the salted egg crab and the clay pot chicken smothered in Thai sauce. Whatever you’re in the mood for, Sakura Asian Cuisine is sure to help make your Thai food dreams come true. Located on Scotts Road in Orchard inside the Far East Plaza, if you’re looking for a place to enjoy great food with friends or the whole family, then you’re looking for Sakura Asian Cuisine.
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 Ginger Thai restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Somerset
Ginger Thai truly stands out as a beacon of authentic Thai cuisine. Customers can't help but praise its unique and eclectic atmosphere as well as the engaging presentation of its dishes. Yet, the true heart of Ginger Thai lies in its culinary offerings. The Thai flavors are subtle yet potent, leaving an indelible impression on your taste buds. In the words of one satisfied diner, "Really eclectic place. Food presentation fun and lively. Very subtle Thai flavours." This shows that Ginger Thai has a solid grasp of the authentic essence of Thai cuisine, making it a true culinary gem.
A photo of Sawadee Thai Cuisine restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Bugis
Established in 2000, Sawadee Thai Cuisine has gone from strength to strength, helped along by a wise move to the bustling dining precinct centred on Tan Quee Lan Street in Bugis, just minutes from the station. Step inside Sawadee and you’re immediately transported from the hustle and bustle of central Singapore to the Land of Smiles (a nickname by which the Southeast Asian country is commonly known), with Thai jazz music providing an auditory backdrop, wooden furnishings in a stripped-back, modern Asian style to comfort your eyes and body, and a menu of fantastic food matched perfectly by a considered wine list. Whether you plan to visit Sawadee for lunch, a set or buffet menu, or to dine a la carte, reservations are advised.
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?
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 Som Tam restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Somerset
Just when we think we’ve sampled all that the Thai restaurants in Singapore have to offer, Som Tam presents its contemporary take on the cuisine by marrying traditional flavours with modern preferences, making every visit here a surprise for your taste buds. Salads in a jar, rice burgers and tom yum pastas are only a handful of the delicacies you can expect to find at this Orchard gem, so bring your appetite and curiosity down to Som Tam and prepare to be surprised. The restaurant is conveniently located on Orchard Road and we highly recommend that you book ahead to avoid disappointment.
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 Un-Yang-Kor-Dai restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Thai • Kembangan
Un-Yang-Kor-Dai in Singapore serves up an eclectic mix of Lao, Thai and Isan cuisine that is taking the city by storm! Located on South Bridge Road in Raffles Place this hyper-stylish restaurant features an open kitchen and an interior that’s decorated with community artwork and handicrafts which gives it a real homely and charming atmosphere. All this makes it the perfect place for getting together with friends to catch up over great food or for bringing the family together for a treat. If you’re looking for a great range of truly spectacular Asian cuisine, then look no further than Un-Yang-Kor-Dai. Space is limited though so don’t forget to book beforehand.
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