BaliThai opened in 1998, offering perennial favourites of both Indonesia and Thai cuisines. Behold the bright motifs, colours and textures from Indonesia and Thailand, bringing the richness of their cultures alive. Smell the wafting aromas of fragrant herbs and spices. With an extensive menu of mains and appetizers all day, you would be spoilt for choice. continue reading
Additional Information
Bali Thai offers vegetarian options
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu
11:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 23:00
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash Others
Other Info
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Combi Bakar Kaeng Khiao Wan Gai Tom Yum Talay
Review (1)
Level3 2015-12-02
[ BaliThai ]It's been some time since I last visited Bali Thai restaurant so decided to meet my gal friend for lunch at Bali Thai Seletar Mall.This branch space was very big and spacious, can easily cater 100 customers. Whole restaurant was also nicely furnished with displays related to taste of Thailand.We skipped the lunch sets and ordered ala carte dishes instead.(1) Minced Chicken Stuffed Wings $3.50each- These wings were crispy on the outside, the chicken meat inside were firm. A pity the taste was too bland otherwise it will be a great appetizer to start with. Take with the Thai sweet chilli dip provided, it'll help.(2) Glass Noodles with Seafood Green Curry $11.80- When the food was served, the appearance itself already turned me off. Initially I thought the glass noodles will be swimming in a pool of curry but it turned out to be the drier version. Coconut content was too heavy, too gelat to finish the whole portion. And this pitiful "seafood" version has none other than 3 tiny prawns with lots of uncooked eggplant slices. I only finished 1/4 plate.(3) Phad Thai with Grilled Chicken $10.80- Phad Thai flares a lot better than the previous dish. The grilled chicken thigh was well marinated. Meat was flavourful, texture was tender and not oily. Noodles were nicely done too. Texture was right for me, not too dry and they didn't clump together too.Verdict: Food standards of Bali Thai seems to deteriorate over the years. I remember it wasn't this bad the last time I visited, or was it only this outlet? Manager on duty did came over to ask me why I left most of the glass noodles untouched, but after my explanation, her reactive was just a word of "orh". This type of service really has to improve. With only a few tables occupied during lunch hours in such a spacious restaurant, it's really unsightly. Hopefully the next time I drop by, there will be surprises.BaliThai RestaurantThe Seletar Mall33 Sengkang West AveSingapore 797653Open daily10am to 10pm continue reading
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