5 Best Places for Cheap and Good Thai Food
cheap good thai food singapore
Tired of eating overpriced and bad Thai food? We bring you the best of both worlds, where the queue is worth the wait to get that piping hot bowl of Tom Yum Soup or sweet-and-spicy Pineapple Rice. Here are the 5 best places for cheap and good Thai food in Singapore:

1. Diandin Leluk

diandin leluk
Opened 24 hours daily, the array of dishes offered at Diandin Leluk might take you a while to decide what to eat. Their chilli and curry pastes are all handmade, so try out their famous Tom Yum Soup ($12). Other highlights include Phad Thai($4) and Thai Mango Salad ($6). For the adventurous eaters, try the Chicken Feet Salad. End off with their Mango Sticky Rice for dessert. Diandin Leluk, Golden Mile Complex, 5001 Beach Road #01-67/68/69 Singapore 199588 (Image: Diandin Leluk Facebook Page)

2. Jane Thai

Jane Thai
If you are put off by the fact that Jane Thai is located at Orchard Towers, then you are going to miss out on some delicious Thai food. Served in generous portions, the dishes give you a run for your money. Popular items include the Deep Fried Prawn Cake ($10), Pineapple Rice ($6.50) and Basil Pork Rice with Sunny Side-up ($10). If you’re craving for a sweet treat, choose from their selection of homemade ice-cream such as Thai Iced Milk Tea and Sea Salt Malt. Jane Thai, Orchard Towers, 400 Orchard Road #04-30 Singapore 238875 (Image: Jane Thai Facebook Page)

3. Nana Thai Food

Nana Thai Food
Located at Golden Mile Complex, Nana Thai Food boasts an extensive menu of authentic Thai food. Try their Mango Salad($5), Basil Minced Pork with Rice($6) or Tom Yum Seafood($15) and counter the spiciness with some Thai Iced Milk Tea($1.50). Nana Thai is opened 24 hours so you know where to go for supper if you have a sudden craving for Thai food! Nana Thai Food, Golden Mile Complex, 5001 Beach Road #01-51/52/66C Singapore 199588 (Image: Instagram User mickyholic)

4. Ah Loy Thai

 Ah Loy Thai
At Ah Loy Thai, one of their signature dishes is their Butter Calamari ($8.50). Fried and dipped in butter and chilli, the calamari is bound to tantalise your taste buds. They also make their own sauces daily, such as the tangy sauce found in the Thai Lemongrass Steamed Fish ($13.50). Other dishes include Pad Thai ($5.90) and Tom Yum Seafood Soup ($7.50). Ah Loy Thai, Shaw Towers, 100 Beach Road #01-39/40 Singapore 189702 (Image: Facebook User Soon Koon)

5. Nakhon Kitchen

 Nakhon Kitchen
If you cannot take spicy food, think twice before stepping into Nakhon Kitchen . Generous with their chilli, their popular items such as Tom Yum Seafood Soup ($6), Green Chicken Curry ($8) and Stir-fried Seafood ($10) certainly packs a punch. As Nakhon Kitchen attracts large crowds, prepare to join in the extremely long queues and place your order while waiting – or head to their five other outlets instead! Nakhon Kitchen, Blk 212 Hougang St 21 #01-341 (Image: Facebook User Carmen Ying) See also: Top 10 Best Mookata Restaurants in Singapore Must-Try Local Dishes
Written by Rachel Wong
Thai Cuisine
Thai Food in Singapore
Rachel Wong
Rachel Wong loves desserts. When she’s not busy hunting down the next food trend in Singapore, she can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen.
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