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Jim Thomspon Thai Restaurant offers a definitive menu with more than 80 classic Thai dishes. The menu does not contain any pork items at all, and even features some dishes suitable for vegetarians, therefore it is suitable for anyone to dine here. They go by an "Absolutely Thai, Thompson-style" approach - many recipes have been tested by the chefs to refine classical Thai dishes to what they believe would be delicious even to experienced palettes; and the culinary, menu and interior decor all re
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Jim Thomspon Thai Restaurant offers a definitive menu with more than 80 classic Thai dishes. The menu does not contain any pork items at all, and even features some dishes suitable for vegetarians, therefore it is suitable for anyone to dine here. They go by an "Absolutely Thai, Thompson-style" approach - many recipes have been tested by the chefs to refine classical Thai dishes to what they believe would be delicious even to experienced palettes; and the culinary, menu and interior decor all reflect an alluring mix of tradition and innovation that is inspired by Jim Thompson the founder. The kitchen is helmed by executive chef Mr. Jarutus Aumpha and an expert team of Thai nationals. They also have an extensive wine list as well as interesting array of flavoured Mojitos and Martinis etc.
Tom Yum Goong
$24
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The Tom Yum Goong (SGD$24.00 for single portion / SGD$46.00 for family portion) - hot and spicy soup with prawns, mushrooms, galangal, lemongrass, shallots and bird's eye chili. The piping hot soup was served in a tiny bowl complete with lid, for single's portion; I liked it as I thought it was a very elegant and personalised gesture. The soup was thick and spicy, and I loved the fresh springy texture of the prawns.
Pineapple Fried Rice
$22
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The Pineapple Fried Rice (SGD$22.00 for single portion / SGD$60.00 for family portion) - fried rice served in a pineapple husk with cashew nuts, onions, black raisins and prawns. The rice had a good texture, almost al dente, not too soft; well-oiled yet not greasy. The pineapple bits added zest to the rice dish; a satisfying staple made sumptuous.
Classic Coconut Ice-cream
$16
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For desserts, the Classic Thai Coconut Ice-Cream (SGD$16.00) served in coconut husk and decorated with cempedek / jackfruit strips and fresh orchid flower. What a pretty little dessert that was nectarous in taste defining coconut's distinctive flavour. The cempedek / jackfruit strips added a significant improvisation to the lighter taste of the ice-cream. The coconut flesh in the husk were juicy, cottony-soft and incredibly beautiful though.
Mango Sticky Rice
$20
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Next, Mango Sticky Rice (SGD$20.00) drizzled with coconut milk is a classical Thai dessert loved and welcomed by many. The ripe mango slices were juicy, saccharine and velvety soft; the sticky rice surprised us with its smooth, light texture unlike the usual denser, stickier versions we are accustomed to.

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Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$60 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
Tom Yum Goong
$ 24
Pineapple Fried Rice
$ 22
Classic Coconut Ice-cream
$ 16
Mango Sticky Rice
$ 20
  • Sukhothai Platter
  • Mango Salad
  • Green Chicken Curry
  • Steamed Sea Bass
  • Stir-fried Tenderloin with holy basil
  • Stir-fried Morning Glory
  • Thompson Mojito
  • Thompson Margarita
  • Coconut Ice-cream
  • Pineapple Rice
  • Red Ruby