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Have not yet tried all the Thai Restaurant in Singapore, it was hard to conclude that which was the best. Sometimes the queue judged the popularity, lining up was formed during dinner hours. Not my first time to have meal at Nakhon Kitchen, it served authentic Thai food at reasonable price. Menu was divided into few sections, extensive and easy to read.Went for the classic, entire was for two person. Not exaggerated, the portion was just nice. Tom Yam Soup was a must, decent hot and spicy. Fried
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Have not yet tried all the Thai Restaurant in Singapore, it was hard to conclude that which was the best. Sometimes the queue judged the popularity, lining up was formed during dinner hours. Not my first time to have meal at Nakhon Kitchen, it served authentic Thai food at reasonable price. Menu was divided into few sections, extensive and easy to read.
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Went for the classic, entire was for two person. Not exaggerated, the portion was just nice. Tom Yam Soup was a must, decent hot and spicy. Fried stuffs like Homemade Thai Fishcakes and Spring rolls were crispy enough, price was around $6.00. Like their Pineapple fried rice, yellowish tasty with little floss on top. Cannot complete without veggies, Kang Kong was well-cooked with fragrant of Belachan. Iced Milk Tea was $3.00, chilling cool to accompany heavy-flavoured dishes. Overall, we fancy about Nakhon. If you have never drop by it, do give a try.
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Date of Visit
2014-01-11
Spending Per Head
$18 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Tom Yam Soup
  • Pineapple Fried Rice
  • Homemade Thai Fishcakes