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Signature Dishes
Tom Yam Steamboat
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Level4 2014-01-16
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Look into the kitchen of Mr Tom Yam, the chef that helms the kitchen is an authentic Thai which makes their menu and food look more convincing to patrons like me.Having ordered their Phad Thai as my dinner, it gave me no reason why not to come back and try on other listed dishes. The sweet tasting wok fried thin noodles were aromatic with fragrance lingered on the way as the plate was placed onto my table. Fish sauce and fermented beans were added as part of the condiments with fried bean curd cut into cubes which gave a special taste to the dish. Phad Thai was rather moist, one can mix in the chopped peanuts and chilli flakes to enhance the taste of this thai cuisine. I will be back for more Cost: $5 continue reading
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Recently there was a new Thai stall open in kopitiam, the staffs were all Thai people, speaking only basic english. There was quite a queue during lunch time. Hence I went to order their daily special Set B at $6.90.The Set B consisted of Pandan rice, Fried boneless chicken leg and Papaya salad. The wait for the order was quite long, about 15 minutes for my set.The pandan rice was green in colour, though I could not smell or taste any pandan flavour. The rice they used was white rice, not Thai Jasmine rice.The fried boneless chicken leg was very good, crispy on the outside and tender in the meat. The outer layer had the marinated taste of spices and tumeric.The papaya salad was disappointing, I could not taste any papaya flavour in the raw papaya , the salad was only crispy, sweet and sour.Overall, the boneless chicken leg was very good, I hope I could just buy the chicken meat and ate with plain rice. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)