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    Quote Originally Posted by hoyafilter View Post
    Thanks



    Quote Originally Posted by ntheni View Post
    Bro can share the address of the zi bao ji hehehe
    It is located in Taman Sentosa, the row of shop houses (with many pharmacies) right opposite the Store. iirc it's Jalan Sutera Satu, 2nd unit from the left end (let me check the unit number). The corner unit is also selling zhi bao ji (I believed they are the original shop who started selling this dish first) but to us, it lacks in both taste and service.

    Other dishes we usually ordered: Nan Lu Zha Rou (deep fried pork), oats prawn, Thai style deep fried fish, ginger/spring onion wild boar meat, calamari rings, sweet potato leaf, sambal petai.

    Happy feasting!

    Note: It's at no. 3 & 5 Jalan Sutera Satu
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  2. #82

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    Nan Lu Zha Rou (Deep fried pork in nan lu sauce):










    Di Huang Miao (Stir fried emperor spinach):





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  3. #83

    Default Thai cuisine - Mixed seafood Tom Yam

    Sharing some of my family favorite Thai dishes, these are taken from a restaurant in Geylang...


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  4. #84

    Default Thai cuisine - Prawn Tom Yam

    Prawn Tom Yam:








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  5. #85

    Default Re: Thai cuisine - BBQ Pork

    BBQ Pork:












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  6. #86

    Default Re: Thai cuisine - Dry Curry Chicken

    Thai Dry Curry Chicken:















    Thanks for viewing & have a nice weekend
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  7. #87

    Default Re: Thai cuisine - Dry Curry Chicken

    Nice ! may I know which lens/camera do you shoot with ?

  8. #88

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    where abt to get this chicken near causeway ?

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    Default Re: Thai cuisine - Dry Curry Chicken

    Quote Originally Posted by metranquility View Post
    Nice ! may I know which lens/camera do you shoot with ?
    Thanks These were taken with Sony A550 & Sigma 17-50 f2.8.



    Quote Originally Posted by sinbad View Post
    where abt to get this chicken near causeway ?
    Hi.. The paper-wrapped baked chicken? It's in Taman Sentosa, Johor. Addy is No. 3 & 5 Jalan Sutera Satu.

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    Default Thai cuisine - Fried Tung Hoon (Vermicelli)

    Thai Fried Tung Hoon (vermicelli/glass noodles):








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    Default Thai cuisine - Green Curry

    Our all time favorite and a must have dish, Thai Green Curry:












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  12. #92

    Default Thai cuisine - Mango Salad

    Mango Salad:











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    Default Re: Thai cuisine - BBQ Pork

    Serious cannot view your post too often, every time I see always make me hungry and eat more. Like that grow sideway very easy wor
    This one also Thai food? Where is the shop?


    Quote Originally Posted by asthio88 View Post
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  14. #94

    Default Thai cuisine - Deep Fried Thai Prawn Cakes

    Deep Fried Thai Prawn Cakes...












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    Default Thai cuisine - Phat Thai

    Phat/Pad Thai...

    This is one of Thailand's 'national dish' and my family favorite too, Phat Thai or Pad Thai. Similar to local char kway teow, it's stir-fried rice noodles but Thai version has a lot more ingredients (eggs, shrimp, chicken, red chilli pepper, bean sprouts, tofu, fish sauce, tamarind juice and garnished with crushed peanuts, lime, spring onion/chives and coriander).













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    Default Hongkong Style - Pineapple Fish Rice

    Had this dish, Fried Fish in Pineapple Sauce Rice set in of the hongkong style restaurant in Bugis. The fish was tender and the sweet & sour pineapple sauce brought out the taste well, what I love most was the deep fried vege.












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    Default Re: Thai cuisine - Phat Thai

    Quote Originally Posted by asthio88 View Post
    Phat/Pad Thai...

    This is one of Thailand's 'national dish' and my family favorite too, Phat Thai or Pad Thai. Similar to local char kway teow, it's stir-fried rice noodles but Thai version has a lot more ingredients (eggs, shrimp, chicken, red chilli pepper, bean sprouts, tofu, fish sauce, tamarind juice and garnished with crushed peanuts, lime, spring onion/chives and coriander).





    Thanks for viewing & have a nice weekend
    Hopefullythis taste good as it looks kind of tasty...cos feel like giving it a try too but notknow where can I taste this in SG, don't mind telling me...hehe...Thanks in advance
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    Default Re: Thai cuisine - Phat Thai

    Quote Originally Posted by blueskye168 View Post
    Hopefullythis taste good as it looks kind of tasty...cos feel like giving it a try too but notknow where can I taste this in SG, don't mind telling me...hehe...Thanks in advance
    I can only say it tastes ok and acceptable to us I mean it is not comparable to the authentic taste in Thailand but this is not too sweet and acidid which we like, at the same time maintaining the fragrant and spiciness. The restaurant is called Diandin Leluk & is located along Geylang main road, round the corner near Lor 7. I believe they have many outlets and some conveniently located in major shopping centers but this particular outlet is manned and cooked by native Thais.

    Personally, the best Pad Thai I had was in Chip Bee Garden (off Holland Road, along Jln Merah Saga), iirc the name ws Mai Thai. I am not sure whether they are still there though.
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    Default Re: Thai cuisine - Phat Thai

    Quote Originally Posted by asthio88 View Post
    I can only say it tastes ok and acceptable to us I mean it is not comparable to the authentic taste in Thailand but this is not too sweet and acidid which we like, at the same time maintaining the fragrant and spiciness. The restaurant is called Diandin Leluk & is located along Geylang main road, round the corner near Lor 7. I believe they have many outlets and some conveniently located in major shopping centers but this particular outlet is manned and cooked by native Thais.

    Personally, the best Pad Thai I had was in Chip Bee Garden (off Holland Road, along Jln Merah Saga), iirc the name ws Mai Thai. I am not sure whether they are still there though.
    Thanks asthio88...for providing the info...
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    Default Hongkong Style - Ham Roll in Thousand Island

    Ham Roll in Thousand Island Sauce....











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