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Telephone
6256 0021
Introduction
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
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/balithaisingapore
Signature Dishes
Combi Bakar Kaeng Khiao Wan Gai Tom Yum Talay
Review (7)
We are no strangers to Bali Thai Restaurant and its authentic Thai-ish settings as well as traditional Thai-esque dishes such as pineapple rice or Tomyum soup.  However, tonight we managed to try something different here - their promotional sets, at $11.80++ that comprises of a main course and a drink.For my mains, it was the Seafood Phad Thai Noodle - generously tossed with lots of juicy shrimps and tender squid as well as some mussels. The noodles were springy and tasty; moistened but not greasy, rich with the sweetness of seafood and egg. It was a pretty good dish at that price.His main was the Thai Shrimp Paste Fried Rice, something that I wanted to try as well. Remember that I don't take rice..... right? But this one was so scrumptious from first bite - rich in the aroma of shrimp paste - that I kept stealing bites from the Beau. I did not really fancy the sweetish chicken by the side though the Beau enjoyed it.For desserts, we shared the Thai Tapioca with Coconut Cream (U.P. $4.80) but only only topped up SGD$2.00 as part of the set meal. The tapioca was quite soft, though retaining its solid texture. Its natural, soft sweetness was complemented nicely with light coconut cream, adding a touch of smoothness to it.For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/dinner-at-bali-thai-restaurant-novena.html continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-19
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This is newly open at Novena Square after their renovation. Bali Thai serves quite good food and I can choose between Indonesian and Thai. I tried their XO fried noodles before but feel like not nice at other branch so I told my friend not to order that.We got green curry, phad thai with fish fillet and long beans. The curry is so good and phad thai is nice. I am quite disappointed with the long bean as I feel the overall ingredients like doesn't mixed together that affected the taste. continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-09
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BALIThai is the sister restaurant of Renn Thai. Went there for lunch with my friends. I had their Pineapple Rice, they added in meat floss on top, it tasted not bad. But some of the rice was in chunks, feels like overnight rice, not fresh. Their Peek Gai Sod Sai chicken was nice, lightly spiced, very juicy and goes well with their sweet Thai chilli sauce. Their iced tea was a bit expensive, but quite big portion waiting time during lunch time took 10-15mins. continue reading
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Read the full review at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com/2012/04/bali-thai-novena-square.htmlThis is a place you go to for run-of-the-mill, cheap and fairly good Thai and Indonesian cze char fare. We had:1) Tao Hoo Talay ($12.50) beancurd with seafood, which is also known as hotplate beancurd in cze char places. This was a very no-fuss, standard dish, with a garlicky eggy oyster sauce based gravy slathered over the silky beancurd and the requisite prawns, squid and fish slices.2) Gai Phad Bai Krapow ($10.80) stir-fried chicken with basil leaves was also no-fuss, spicy and fragrant, with baby corn and long beans lending texture and fibre to the dish3) Satay Madura ($9.80 for half dozen): skewered chicken from the Indonesian menu - tender and moist, with a chunky peanut sauce for dipping4) Belinjau crackers ($3) were paired with a watery sour-ish but potent chilli sauce continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-21
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This sweet and sour soup may not really has the appearance of a 'super spicy' version. But if you have a mouthful of it, you will be surprise on how tasty this soup really is. The soup is filled with really nice fragrant from the chilli and spicy used in cooking it and the egg white has been beaten and spread evenly in the soup which make every mouthful of it very smooth and nice. The price is quite reasonable but the portion may be quite little. continue reading
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