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Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Pork Free
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://nana.thai.restaurant/
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Signature Dishes
Lo Han Chai Pandan Cream Sauce Chicken Oat Prawn NaNa Steam Fish Curry Fish Head Fried D24 Durian Wantan
Review (10)
Level4 2014-01-07
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As everywhere is crowded with queues, we decide to have dinner here. It is a halal restaurant which serves thai food. The place is crowded but we get a table rather quickly. The seats are quite near to each other and the place is a bit old and run down. The packets of wet tissues on table is chargeable at 0.30 each. Please take note of that.The Pineapple Rice ($6.50) is served in a cute little pineapple and topped with chicken floss. It is full of pineapple and chicken cubes. Tastes great.Also have Phad Thai ($7.50) which is served with chopped nut, chilli flakes and lime. I am surprised to find long bean in this dish. The dish is a bit spicy on its own as there is chilli padi inside.For vegetables, we have Kai Lan in Oyster Sauce ($12.00) which could a bit too salty for some as there is salt fish in it.Since we are having thai food, we must have Tom Yam Soup ($10.00) which is served in a claypot. Full of chicken pieces. It tastes more sour than spicy. But we have a difficult getting the attention of the staff to get bowls to serve the soup individually.Also have Fried Oyster Omelette ($8.00), which tastes a bit spicy but interesting.For chicken, we have Pandan Leaf Chicken ($12.00). Unwrapping it, there is the juicy and flavourful chicken inside.Lastly we also have Green Mango Salad ($8.00). continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-20
263 views
Was here with my friends to have a quick dinner when we spotted this little Thai restaurant tucked at a corner. Decided to give it a try as the place was packed with people and looked promising.We order a bowl of Tom yum soup to share and for myself and a plate of fried rice for myself. The Tom yum soup is spicy and full of ingredients. The boss is friendly and is full of smiles. Fried rice is $5 for a huge plate and it's really delicious! Great dinner! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-15
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The Thai Fish Cakes at Nana Thai is da bomb! I know it may not be the most difficult thing to make (especially if they get it out of the box) but the plate of fish cakes was hot, savoury and was super yummy paired with the sweet and spicy chilli, it was a combination of flavours in my mouth. Hot, spicy, sweet and salty. Order this as a starter if you are lunching or dining there. But be warned the place has a weird smell because I think it's quite old. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-21
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I ordered a few dishes to share among my friends and I and we thought that the food there is not bad. Among all, 2 of my favorite dishes are the Oyster Egg and Thai Fish Cake. The Oyster Egg (in Thai style I think) is cooked in a wetter way but it was very flavorful and the oyster is very fresh too. The Thai Fish Cake has this strong spices marination that I think one piece per person is definitely not enough! We also ordered a Tom Yum Soup which has clear broth but it was just okay only. The Thai Fish Cake is really a must to order! continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-20
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There was a queue at New Station Snack Bar at 5th floor so we opted for this place instead. Moreover we needed a quieter place for a chat among colleagues. There were 8 of us, seating wise was good, the place wasn't noisy and you do not have hungry diners staring at you while you eat. Ordered the following: 2 pineapple fried rice at $13 each, steamed seabass for $30, salted egg prawn $36, shark's fin $26, mixed vege with seafood $16 and Omelette $16. When drinks were served, i've already suspected that its not a very authentic Thai food place. I ordered thai ice tea but what was served was more like the usual teh bing from coffeeshop. Food wise only the shark's fin and salted egg prawn was worth mentioning, the rest were average with the mixed vege and omelette a little disappointing. Total bill for 8 pax was $167, come here if you want a quiet place but for authentic thai food, you may want to pass on this. continue reading
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