There is just something about Thai cuisine that makes me love it so much. Maybe it is due to the unique blend of spices used in their dishes. I can never get tired of Thai food, and so does my family. We crave for Thai food all the time.
Thankfully, here in Singapore, there are plenty of Thai restaurants offering some of Thailand’s signature dishes, packed with a burst of flavour. If you are a huge fan of Thai food, check out some of the best Thai restaurants here in Singapore.
Sawadee Thai Cuisine
Sawadee Thai Cuisine has been operating since 2001. It has then evolved and in 2013, they moved to a more upscale location in Bugis. Since then, the restaurant has been consistently in the Top 5 Thai restaurants in Singapore.
Sawadee Thai Cuisine definitely has so much to offer. They have dishes ranging from seafood to vegetables, ready to be indulged. Some of their popular dishes include Thai Style Fish Cakes (from $10.00), Papaya Salad (from $12.00), Tom Yum Soup (from $16.00) and 3 Flavoured Sea Bass ($38.00).
Not forgetting desserts, Thai desserts are often made with coconut, mangos and more. Some desserts include Mao Shan Wang Durian Sticky Rice ($13.00) and Coconut Ice Cream (from $3.50). Do not forget to wash it down with some of their beverages like the classic Thai Milk Tea ($5.50).
Sawadee Thai Cuisine: 9 Tan Quee Lan Street, TQL Suites #01-01, Singapore 188098
Operating Hours: 11.00am – 2.30pm | 6.00pm – 10.30pm daily
Time For Thai
Enjoy delicious Thai cuisine in the heart of Singapore. Time For Thai features some of the finest culinary skills to deliver the very best of Thai cuisine. Their dishes are made from the freshest ingredients, serving authentic Halal Thai cuisines to their customers.
There is so much to look out for at the restaurant. Start of with Thai appetisers such as Crab Cakes ($12.90) and Spring Rolls ($5.90). Afterwards, enjoy their mains such as rice, noodles, and other ala carte dishes.
Some of these dishes include Tom Yum Seafood Fried Rice ($7.90), Beef Noodles with Tendons ($9.90), Tom Yum Clear Soup ($9.90) and Stir Fried Basil Chicken ($6.90). There are also seafood and vegetable dishes to indulge in such as Steamed Sea Bass with Spicy Lemon Sauce ($24.90) and Sambal Kangkong ($6.90).
My mouth is salivating right now. Visit Time for Thai to have a taste of delicious Thai cuisine or place your orders via their website now!
Time for Thai Outlets:
- Cheong Chin Nam Road: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599739
- Simpang Bedok: 282 Bedok Road, Singapore 469438
Operating Hours: 11.00am – 1.00am daily
Sabai Fine Thai
Sabai Fine Thai is inspired by a belief that the distinctive and delicious flavours of Thai food would be appreciated around the world. The restaurant was founded by Ms Jongkolnee Thoboonme and was established in Singapore with a concept that customers will enjoy the authentic taste of Thai fine dining.
From appetisers to mains and desserts, they have it all. Their appetisers include Tawd Mun Kaopote (Deep-fried corn cakes – $20.80), Tawd Mun Pla Krai (deep-fried fish cakes – $22.00) and Satay Gai (chicken satay with peanut sauce – $22.50).
Afterwards, fill your stomach with mains such as Raat Naa Talay (fried rice noodles with seafood in gravy – $24.50), Kao Op Sapparod (fried rice with pineapple, chicken, carrots and curry powder – $22.50), and Pla Neung Manao (steamed seabass with bird’s eye chili, garlic and lime juice – $48.00).
Want a taste of authentic Thai food? Reserve your tables at Sabai Fine Thai now!
Sabai Fine Thai: 70 Collyer Quay, #01-02 Customs House, Singapore 049323
Tuesday – Sunday: 11.30am – 2.00pm | 6.00pm – 9.15pm
Closed on Mondays
Tantalise your tastebuds with the delicious flavours on Thai food at these Thai restaurants now. Do not forget to share this with your family and friends and indulge in some mouth-watering Thai food now!