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    having a family dinner this weekend. any good authentic thai restaurant to recommend?

    thks

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    A-Roy Thai along East Coast Road gets my vote.

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    Lerk-Thai @Expo not bad. Not sure if there is any branch in town area.

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    Lemongrass near Siglap Centre is also pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence
    A-Roy Thai along East Coast Road gets my vote.
    i 2nd this - shiok food

    reasonable prices too
    Last edited by Sharpion; 26th July 2006 at 01:48 PM.

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    Yingthai Palace at Purvis Street.. Its confirmed good but evening must reserve in advance, always full-house..
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    First Thai at Purvis. Cheap and good!

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    Thai Express ?

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    Can't remember the name of the restaurant. It's found in Sembawang Shopping Centre at the highest level. There's always a long queue, even tho the place is big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookiez
    Lerk-Thai @Expo not bad. Not sure if there is any branch in town area.
    Ya....i agree that Lerk-Thai is one of the better ones i've tried. They have a branch in Marina Sq. if i'm not wrong.

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    thks all for the recommendations!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharpion
    i 2nd this - shiok food

    reasonable prices too
    I third this recommendation. Good food there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron80
    Yingthai Palace at Purvis Street.. Its confirmed good but evening must reserve in advance, always full-house..
    Agreed.. bagus!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence
    A-Roy Thai along East Coast Road gets my vote.
    ... nearby my place - yes.. this place gets my vote. This place is usually packed with people during the weekends. Book in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL
    ... nearby my place - yes.. this place gets my vote. This place is usually packed with people during the weekends. Book in advance.
    see la, now i also feel like going to eat there...

    its all euphoria's fault

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    PaddyFields it's part of the Tung Lok Restaurant Group - I have been there - the ambience is nice and pricing is reasonable. Food is very good in my opinion... Tomyam soup is great!

    Paddyfields Royal Thai Cuisine
    Enquiry Hotline: 64723833
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    Business Address: 368 Alexandra Road, Anchorpoint, The Copperdome 159952

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joecool
    Can't remember the name of the restaurant. It's found in Sembawang Shopping Centre at the highest level. There's always a long queue, even tho the place is big.
    Second to this.... I eat there since 1986.

    Best Thai pineapple fried rice I have tasted. They use 'real' pineapples, not canned ones.
    Last edited by photobum; 26th July 2006 at 11:28 PM.

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    Second that. Sembawang shopping centre. the fried fish is shiok! lol

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    Are you looking for a nice restaurant or a restaurant with good Thai food ....
    Cos any little Thai place in Golden Mile COmplex would prob beat all of the above hands down ... (provided you are looking for real authentic Thai food)

    There are a one or two at Orchard Tower that I regualrly go to also ... great food and friendly people ... but must speak a bit if Thai to get by there ...

    PS ::: Take that back ... if you are going with your family, then stick to the above sugestions. If you want to venture for good Thai food, then try the above 2 places ...


    RGDs
    Last edited by Long Thai Bean; 27th July 2006 at 03:02 AM.

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    Default Re: Any Good Thai Restaurant to recommend?

    Quote Originally Posted by Long Thai Bean
    Are you looking for a nice restaurant or a restaurant with good Thai food ....
    Cos any little Thai place in Golden Mile COmplex would prob beat all of the above hands down ... (provided you are looking for real authentic Thai food)

    There are a one or two at Orchard Tower that I regualrly go to also ... great food and friendly people ... but must speak a bit if Thai to get by there ...

    PS ::: Take that back ... if you are going with your family, then stick to the above sugestions. If you want to venture for good Thai food, then try the above 2 places ...


    RGDs
    I go to Golden Mile Complex, too, for authenticity. The atmosphere is just Thai.

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