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2013-05-13 210 views
I visited Gardens by the Bay with a friend today and we decided to head down to MBS for some lunch after a warm day outdoors. There is a distinct lack of affordable food options within the shopping centre and 1983 Nanyang is one of the more affordable food courts within its premises.We decided to try out the Thai food available since it had set meals at $12 nett, inclusive of tom yum soup, thai dessert and a main dish. I had the Pad Thai while my friend had the pineapple rice and the dessert tur
We decided to try out the Thai food available since it had set meals at $12 nett, inclusive of tom yum soup, thai dessert and a main dish. I had the Pad Thai while my friend had the pineapple rice and the dessert turned out to the steamed tapioca. The beeper that tells you when your food is ready to be collected! Pad thai with chicken and prawn, tom yum soup and tapioca for dessert! Pad Thai: The noodles were average with generous pieces of chicken but only one prawn. Not worth the price! Tapioca: Steamed tapioca with some sweet syrup over it, nothing fantastic. Disappointing dessert especially considering how there are some many other delicious Thai desserts that they could have served. Tom Yum soup: Not spicy at all but sadly, not that good either as it was rather bland with minmal ingredients. Would not order this on its own if it did not come with the set. Pineapple rice: Quite terrible as it tasted of fried rice with no fragrance of pineapple at all! All in all, it was a very disappointing meal especially with such a hefty price tag for food court food! MBS should consider expanding its range of affordable dining options as I would rather walk over to Marina Square where I can get better food at the same price point.