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Bus Stop: Yishun Interchange. Bus Service Number: 169, 858, 965, 969, 171, 800, 811, 812, 804, 806, 856, 859, 39, 85, 167, 851, 852, 853, 854, 854E, 855, 857, 980, NR1. continue reading
All Branches (24)
Telephone
6555 9112
Introduction
ThaiExpress' concept is inspired by the needs of customers who want to dine amidst a relaxed yet contemporary ambience with no strict rules on decorum, still enjoy fantastically authentic Thai cuisine and at very reasonable prices. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.thaiexpress.com.sg
Review (26)
Level3 2017-06-04
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Was brought by friends to this place at Northpoint basement after renovation just last month... Ordered our signature seafood Tom Yam, spicy Kan Lam and Thai style roasted chicken. Compared to previous , now they used Ipad look more modern. The waiting as usual was quite fast with drink serving at first. Finally Tom Yam was seafood and spiciness is great. The soup consists of prawns, sotong, white fish etc. Combine with white rice. The Kan lan is spicy but can be improved with cleaner look. Next roast chicken is good not only first bite but also on appearance. The chicken comes with 2 special sauce. One is sweet and sour and other is sauce soy. Both are too good to be a combination. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
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Haven't been to Thai Express in awhile. Went to the outlet at Northpoint some time ago to because we were craving for Thai cuisine and this happens to be really accessible and convenient outlet!Ordered their Pineapple Fried Rice with Seafood and the rice was really fragrant with pineapple smell and taste. However, we weren't impressed of the seafood portion at all. We also got their Mixed Seafood with Plain Rice, which are basically the same except for its rice and seafood portion. I love the grilled seafood as they are can easily be overcooked to become chewy and dry but this was not. Overall although portion can be improved, the food were tasty, paired with efficient service and comfortable environment. continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-14
70 views
I always want to try the Thai dishes but no chances.Today finally got opportunity to walk into the store.I ordered green curry fried chicken rice.It was really really very spicy but delicious.There is a set only charges 12.90. With the green curry rice, a veg and a soup, and s salad. Very nice hah.I love it! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-11
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Thai-styled stir-fried kangkong - $8.90this was yummy and the level of spiciness was just right for me. the portion was also reasonable, not too much nor little. It will be perfect for 2 persons, at most 3. Poo Tod Kratiem Phrik ThaiSoft shell crab with chef's secret batterIt was a tad too salty for my liking. The batter is not bad though. If only it was less salty, it will be much better.Tom yum soup - $9.90I find it to be so-so only. enough to satisfy one's cravings. Service can be improved and staffs can be more attentive to customers' needs. continue reading
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As westernised as I am, there's always a side of me looking for old school desserts. Pulut hitam, ondeh ondeh, ching teng just to name a few but the most revered of all has got to be chendol. It's really a simple dessert if you wanna talk about the ingredients that goes into the dessert. Ice shavings, jackfruit, red ruby, red beans, sweet corns, coconut milk, gula meleka and let's not forget those green strips rice flour which is what define chendol as chendol. I tired many local chendols but sadly none were even comparable to those across the bridge and much less beyond. Simply because almost everything that goes into our local ones often comes out from a metal can and all these processed ingredients aren't making your dessert better especially if it's made by inexperienced individual. Chendol ain't your healthy choice of dessert either so if I wanna have one, it's has to be worth clotting those arteries or else it's a firm NO.I gave up on local ones, seeking only what I thought were the best on the other side of the bridge (Malaysia, especially Malacca.) but good things are hard to come by especially when it requires your passport to be scanned and stamped. Although Thai Express's rendition is still no where near the standards of those street side ones you find in Malacca, it is still one of the better ones I slurped/stirred/digged in Singapore but it's definitely my definition of good chendol. It's even more tempting to grab one after reading the description of the menu:"Fragrant jackfruit slices, colorful strains of chendol and chewy flour bits in a sea of rich coconut milk and traditional Thai palm sugar."I might not be a fan of Thai food but for the a good bowl cup of chendol, I wouldn't mind having tom yum or green curry for dinner or better yet. continue reading
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