The dishes are all priced really cheap, with no gst charge. Service leaves much to be desired as they are understaffed. We went on an ordering spree and pretty much ordered too much food LOL. We had 11 small dishes and the bill came up to $70 for our table of 6.
The phad thai just tasted so-so. But for $5, guess u cannot expect too much.
Mixed platter - Spring rolls and prawn cakes were pretty good, will recommend to order these items separately instead of the platter as u can do without the deep fried bean curd pieces.
Green curry chicken - Curry too watered down and mild. Chicken pieces were ok. Perhaps better to give this a miss.
Beef soup - Tasted more chinese than thai, had some tender braised beef, tendons and beef balls in it. Average dish.
Tom yam seafood - Quite a spicy and sour concoction with some fish, prawns and squid. Can try this if you like your tom yam fiery.
Deep fried fish fillet with chill sauce - Tasty fried fish pieces drizzled with sweet-hot that chili sauce. Not bad.
Steamed tofu with chicken basil - I liked the chicken basil in this dish. A generous amount of basil was used to fry the minced chicken in a spicy sauce. A really huge slab of steamed tofu was given underneath the basil chicken. We underestimated the size of the dish
Pandan chicken - Tender, well-marinated chicken pieces which had some sesame seeds coated on the outside of the meat. One of the best dishes here
Fried kang kong - Spicy, ok dish but quite a small serving.
Broccoli with chinese mushroom - Normal-tasting.
Pineapple rice - Rice was too soft and there was hardly any pineapple inside. Not recommended.
If you choose the items carefully to your own taste, then this can be a value-for-money place to try.