Opening Hours
Tue - Sun
11:00 - 14:30
17:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Number of Seats
Other Info
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Takes Reservations
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Signature Dishes
Tom Yum Soup
Review (3)
Chang Thai is a Thai restaurant that is located at the neighbourhood area. For those staying around the north and looking for affordable Thai cuisine, this will be an added list then.It is approximately 15-20 minutes walk from Bishan MRT station. Alternatively, you can always take a bus to reach the destination.A bit of the history of Chang Thai for you guys. The eatery is founded by 3 buddies in their 20s to 30 that comes with different working backgrounds. But they shared the common interest and passion on Thai Foods and thus, we have the affordable Thai cuisine in neighourhood area.We had the Lemon Grass Drink and Thai Milk Green Tea S$2.50 each.Thai Milk Green Tea is something different from the usual Lemongrass drink.Pandan Chicken S$2.50/pc was tender, juicy and fragrance from the aroma smell of the pandan leaves.Beef Noodle Soup S$7.00 was my favourite overall. The soup broth has the nourishing and rich flavor and it is quite addictive after few sips. But we were given the soup broth to try on. So the picture below is without noodles.Mango Salad S$6.00 is one of the signature Thai dish to savor before main order is served.Highly recommended dish, Garlic Honey Chicken comes in two sizes S$6.00/S$8.00. Nicely fried with even spread of honey over the crisp chicken striking the balance with the tenderness, juiciness and sweetness.We were introduced to Steamed Seabass with Lemongrass S$25.00. The fish freshness is the key for steamed dish. The combination of seabass with lemongrass was indeed achieve a balance of sweetness and aroma fragrance.Pad Thai comes in two sizes S$6.00/ S$9.00. Definitely a value for money as the portion is very generous.Prawn Cake S$5.80 for 3pcs. You can taste the freshness, crisp and rich prawn paste.As for desserts, we tried Tapioca with Coconut Milk S$4.00. Loving the soft texture of the tapioca with coconut milk spreaded over it.Red Ruby with Jackfruit S$5.00 is my favourite Thai dessert. Red ruby here is homemade and it not starchy at all. And slices of jackfruit completes the sweet taste of the dessert.Lastly we had Mango Sticky Rice S$6.00. Smooth and sweet mango with the sticky moist glutinous rice make the perfect combination. They served good ones here.Overall the range of foods and price offered was quite affordable. The restaurant has ready space for family diners or even friends gathering. It is quite an offer for heart landers if they are craving for Thai cuisine and not wanting to get out of neighbourhood. This would be a choice for them.For more details, http://hazeldiary.com/chang-thai-block-151-bishan-street-11/ continue reading
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For full review and more photos, please visit http://thumbsforfood.blogspot.sg/2014/05/chang-thai-bishan-thumbsforfood.htmlLocation wise, it is about 15 minutes walk from Bishan Interchange. Alternatively, you can take a bus there as well. It's quite an inconspicuous restaurant lined beside a coffeeshop.Chang Thai consists of indoor and outdoor dining areas. The restaurant is simply decorated with warm lighting and patterned wallpapers. This place is quite casual and fuss-free. They have quite a huge seating capacity both inside and outside of the restaurant thus, quite suitable for families and large groups.We tried their Milk Green Tea and Thai Iced Milk Tea ($2.50 each). It was my first time seeing and trying Milk Green Tea. It was interesting in flavour, sort of like a tinge of jasmine in the drink infused with condensed milk. I felt that their Thai Iced Milk Tea was refreshing but, could do with a stronger tea aroma and less milk. Nevertheless, what is Thai Food without their drinks to complement?We drank the Tom Yam Seafood Soup with chill paste ($7 for small; $10 for medium). They serve up clear base soup as well. The Tom Yam was really quite fragrant and good perhaps because of the ingredients they added to lift the flavour such as lemongrass and such. They added mushrooms and a generous serving of prawns and squid as well. I like that it was served piping hot and definitely whets the appetite!The Prawn Cake ($6.80 for 3 pieces; $2 for additional piece) was one of my favourite dishes! The outside of it was crisp and golden brown while the insides had succulent prawn bits in it. I feel that it is quite tasty on it's own and don't really need to dip it into the sauce. Would love to try their fish cake next time round!Overall, the dining experience was quite positive. The food was served up quite fast and piping hot! Prices are also quite reasonable with no GST and Service Charge! I'm glad that there is a place for Thai food lovers in the north to visit and satisfy their Thai food cravings. continue reading
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Surprisingly good and authentic Thai food. many has been commercialised to cater to local's taste buds, but for this place, it really brings me back to thailand. had the fish cakes, prawn cakes, tomyum gong, green curry, basil pork, thai kangkong, mango salad, thai fried rice with beef and lastly steam seabass with lemongrass. i love spicy food so their food really suits me perfectly. best out of all, its their seabass, tomyum, mango salad and basil, according to my taste bud. haha. service was excellent and very friendly staffs. for those who love thai food, u dunno what you've been missing if you havent tried theirs. cheers.. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)