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Telephone
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Introduction
Tom Yum Kungfu is a Thai restaurant that serves an array of delectable Thai cuisine including Thai Beef Noodles, Steamboat and Thai Mango Salad. Thai steamboats are available only for the dinner menu. Prior reservations are strongly advised. No GST or service charge. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Fri
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Sat
18:00 - 22:30
Sun
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*Closed on alternate Sunday
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://tomyumkungfu.com
Signature Dishes
Thai Beef Noodles Thai Style Steamboat
Review (19)
Level4 2014-12-05
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I was rather intrigued by the dish - deep fried... kang kong?! The menu didn't state that it came with tempura prawns and fish (no wonder it is $13!). Besides the usual mookata, I ordered this and shared with my friend. We were unable to finish it as it was too much. The kang kong was quite "gelat" as it was deep fried and there was not much taste. The only thing that was shiok was the crispy batter. It's quite a novelty dish but I probably won't order it again. continue reading
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Level4 2014-10-05
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I was meeting *Celine for dinner tonight, so since she craved for steamboat and I have been wanting to try Thai steamboat (aka Mookata), we decided to dine at Tom Yum Kungfu at Boat Quay area.It was a very casual and nondescript casual restaurant done up to resemble the ones in Thailand itself, apparently. Thai music was blasting and the wait staff were scurrying about while diners happily enjoyed their meals.We ordered the Steamboat Set (SGD$39.90) to share - the one for 2-3 persons. These are the vegetables - consisting of golden mushrooms, vermicelli (dong fen), fried beancurd skin (tau ghee) and an assortment of greens. I enjoyed the fresh vegetables but also must commend on the fried tofu skin - despite having been oversoaked in the soup for too long a period , it was still crunchy upon consumption.The meat platter consisted of pork lard cubes, beef, fishcakes, shrimps, scallops and pork. All the well marinated ingredients were charred to deliciousness state by our own hands.And this is one of their signature items - the Deep Fried Kangkong (SGD$13.00) that came with some deep fried shrimps. The vegetables were probably coated with flour, and yes they were crispy. Though, tasteless - there was where the spicy-sour dip served separately came into play. While I enjoyed this, I still prefer the usual stir-fried sambal kangkong...For full review and more photos, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/10/mookata-at-tom-yum-kungfu-mookata-at.html continue reading
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Located at boat quay, Tom Yum Kungfu is very accessible via public transport or even if you drive. Beside having thai steamboat, they also serve a huge varieties of thai cruisine. On top of that, the renovation here will brought you back to the 70s with all the posters and also the vintage deco. We ordered a thai steamboat (mookata) set from the menu at $38 with fish paste ($9). The fish paste was rather ordinary in my opinion. However best of all is the thai chilli that come free when you dine at this eatery. It is slightly sour but has a well balanced flavour of spiciness as well. On top of that, unlike many thai steamboat place, they are still using charcoal and also the price tagged along is also very affordable.Do give it a try if you are around the area. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-13
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This is my 2nd visit and I brought along my friend to try it out here at Tom YUm Kungfu. In mind, I already know what is a must-order items in their menu.Mookata - Thai BBQ $38Our purpose is to have mookata so definite order. The portion of raw items are enough to fill 3 ladies up. They actually did a very good job in marinating those meat especially. The chicken and pork meat taste juicy and chewy.Fried Kangkong - RecommendedThey fried the kangkong in a tempura style. Crispy and crunchy. Sauce is provided for you to dip with but the originality is still better. You can find prawns and dory fish underneath the pile of fried kang kong. Very fresh ingredients.Pomelo Salad - RecommendedNice and refreshing. Boost your appetite. Very nutty taste as there are cashew nuts in it.Fried Chicken WingTender meat and juicy. Crispiness on the outside, crunching sound can be heard in your mouth.Definitely one of the place to recommend for mookata. A good variety of side dishes to choose from. You can also have normal steamboat if you want. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-24
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Was here before for their thai steamboat, their standard of food is very consistent, still taste as good ( had reviewed this before). This is my first time trying their ale carte dishes. We ordered seafood tomyum soup (non-clear base). By the look of it we thought it will be very spicy. But it isn't. The seafood inside are fish, prawns, sotong, clams which taste fresh. We like this dish a lot. Fried kang kong (with some fried fish at the sides), which we heard from many reviews that it is very nice and unique dish. However we find it rather normal. Not much taste in it, it taste like tempura instead. Will not be ordering this again in future.Overall, we still love to dine in here Best thai steamboat in singapore continue reading
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