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Nestled atop the forested Labrador Nature Reserve, the restaurant is perfectly reminiscent of the original Tamarind Hill Kuala Lumpur, preserving the milieu of being in a stand-alone historic colonial bungalow amid a vastly green surrounding. An ambiance redefined by Tamarind's unmistakeable rustic-luxe Asian character and flair, the restaurant serves traditional and contemporary Siamese cuisine within this elegant venue just minutes away from the city. continue reading
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Fine Dining
Opening Hours
12:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
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Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Pork Free
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Signature Dishes
Okra Fried Rice Red Tom Yum Seafood Mango Sticky Rice
Review (1)
Level4 2016-02-23
Full review's at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2015/10/tamarind-hill.htmlThe colonial black-and-white manor is one of those places that reminds me of a seaside holiday, replete with the faint scent of lemongrass wafting through the picturesque black & white colonial bungalow, and a distant view of the Keppel waterfront.With such gorgeous digs, I initially thought the Thai fare served here would be a little disappointing, in comparison to the amazing ambience. It was a pleasant surprise to find that Tamarind Hill served up seriously good Thai cuisine. A little more pricey than the regular Thai eatery, yes, but the food was exquisite.A tip: call ahead always - the space is regularly booked out by private receptions of all sorts.Another tip: their set lunches, at under $20 each, are value-for-money, and make for a lovely escape from the hustle of the office.We had:1) Pork Neck Phanaeng Curry ($34): mindblowingly awesome and must-try. Hands-down, most luscious pork slices ever. Despite the modern ambience, the curries aren't watered down, and they pack quite the punch.2) Deep Fried Pork in Garlic & Pepper ($30): robust, fragranced with copious lashings of black pepper and golden nubbins of fried garlic.3) Massaman Beef Curry ($34): redolent of nutty elements, and loaded with roasted potatoes and fork-tender beef hunks.4) Vegetarian Tom Yum Soup ($22): fiery despite its clear countenance, chunked up with an assortment of enoki, oyster, shimeiji, and straw mushrooms.5) Phad Chee Aiw ($16) - thick flat rice noodles with dark soy, interspersed with pork, eggs, kailan, and carrots: superb continue reading
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