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Arriving by Bus: #57, 100, 107, 961, 980.Bus-Stop No. 014621 Bus-Stop Name; Nopp Shaw Tower Nearest Train Station; Bugis Station continue reading
Telephone
8488 6528
Opening Hours
Today
13:00-20:00
Mon-Fri
12:00-20:00
Sat
13:00-19:00
Sun
13:00-20:00
Public Holiday
13:00-20:00
Payment Method
Cash
Signature Dishes
Pattaya Rice Phad Thai Tom Yam Soup
Review (46)
Level4 2014-11-26
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I had a suddenly craving for thai food and I decided to stop by Ah Loy Thai for lunch with my colleague. As I had quite a filling breakfast, I decided to order just their thai papaya salad as my lunch. The waiting time was quite long on a weekday lunch, from waiting for table up to the point where our dishes arrived, it was around 30minutes.The thai papaya salad is quite fiery hot, even though I told them that I want my salad to be less spicy. Nonetheless, it is very flavourful – the fish sauce is just adequate and the dish did not taste too salty. The addition of the peanuts also added more flavor and dimension to the dish. There are also French long beans added to the salad which are raw, so do take note if you dislike the idea of having long beans eaten raw. The salad costs $7.90 which is slightly pricy but the good thing is that prices are nett. continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-17
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Because their food is cheap and delicious, it wasn't a surprise that their restaurant was full house with a queue on a weekday night. Even after getting a table, we still had to wait around 45 minutes for our food! Luckily we weren't too hungry and the cheap yummy food made up for it in the end.A simple unassuming dish of Kangkong. I ordered the non-spicy version and was expecting something bland, but that wasn't the case! I'm not sure what they added (I'm guessing there's oyster sauce) but somehow it was simple yet really yummy. Stir-fried chicken with basil, this was really yummy too! The tomyam soup was a little creamy, not sure if they added any milk or cream but it was quite nice. Very fragrant too, just too bad that it had loads of mushroom and two prawns even though it was supposed to be tomyam seafood soup. On the whole it was a very good meal, will definitely be returning for more cheap yummy Thai food! continue reading
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Ah Loy Thai had been on my to-go list since the first time I went Tom's Palette, but somehow I've only managed to visit it now. I procrastinate a lot, yes.The Pandan Chicken was recommended by the service staff and I enjoyed it very much despite the burnt sides. The chicken wrapped in the pandan leaves was very fragrant, thoroughly marinated and tender. The chilli sauce on the side was quite normal.Their Pad Thai was very Chinese-style, cooked in the most homely manner with lots of ingredients like bean sprouts, prawns, spring onions and peanut flakes. The kway teow were springy and had a good texture, though it will be better if it is less oily and with a bit more chilli or lime.Despite not eating too much dishes before, I was pretty full quickly. The Mango Sticky Rice would have been quite enjoyable, but it was too jelat. The signature Thai dessert with warm glutinous rice, sweet rainbow mango and divinely coconut milk drizzled over felt more like a main course. It would be wonderful if you are just coming to have desserts or mains, but not together - unless you have a huge appetite!Of course, if you are here, do not miss out on their Iced Milk Tea. I couldn't have enough of it - it's so rich and concentrated. I love it and would come back for this!For more food reviews: http://www.amiehu.com/2014/06/ah-loy-thai-shaw-towers.html#more continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-09
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Ah Loy Thai is a casual Thai dining concept located at Shaw Tower, serving tasty and authentic Thai food at very reasonable prices. I agree with many that the service leaves much to be desired, but the food is very good admittedly.Having been here several times, I still highly recommend a few dishes that have become signature favorites over the years - such as the Phad Thai, Stir Fried Chicken with Red Basil Leaves, Pandan Chicken and Kamquet drinks. For a more detailed review and photos, do visit here: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/11/weekend-dinner-at-ah-loy-thai-restaurant.html continue reading
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I must say that the Ah Loy Thai serves up rather decent dishes. Especially their Buttered Calamari, Thai Crispy Mango Chicken and Tom Yum Soup. The Buttered Calamari is deep fried and drizzled with butter, good as starters (the one pictured is a wrong order served). The Tom Yum has a balance of sweet, sour and spicy. Their Thai Milk Red Tea is also very refreshing. Unfortunately, their service is poor. While queuing, an old man will lead you to your tables and you are unable to choose your seats. Then you place your orders on a piece of paper and proceed to the cashier. The cashier will just mumble: “30 to 40 minutes.” Can you imagine, lunch break is only an hour and you have to wait for nearly 2/3 of the time? Sometime they even miss out your orders… … huffy. Suggest dropping by Ah Loy Thai during non-peak period. continue reading
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