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Top 10 Best Thai Food in Singapore

Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components and a spicy edge. An ingredient found in many Thai dishes and used in every region of the country is nam pla, a clear fish sauce that is very aromatic – a staple ingredient in Thai cuisine and imparts a unique character to Thai food [source]. In society today, Thai food eateries can be found around nearly every corner — or at least in every mall. Even so, more restaurateurs are now venturing into the suburbs in a bid to reach more diners [source]. Now, let Tropika Club take you through aggregated rankings or “ranking of rankings” compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Thai Food in Singapore.

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1. Nakhon Kitchen

Introduction: Nakhon Kitchen was founded on the basis of making delicious and authentic Thai food affordable and easily available to everyone. inspirations for their dishes come from the exotic flavours of Northeastern Thailand’s Issan cuisine and Bangkok’s street food cooking. At Nakhon Kitchen, they believe that every dish should be prepared the good old way, bringing together the different flavours of sweet, sour, salty and spicy for an unforgettable dining experience. Over the years, their customers have come to appreciate their quality dishes which is reminiscent of what they would enjoy in Thailand. It’s no wonder that Nakhon Kitchen is a preferred place for friends and family to gather.

Offerings: Their signature clear tom yam soup is guaranteed to satisfy your taste bud. However, be warned that it is extremely spicy. A generous amount of fresh seafood, and other spices is added into the soup for that aroma you will never forget – it will knock you out from your first gulp.

Location: Blk 136 Bedok North Ave 3, #01-162, Singapore 460136

Contact: +65 6443 6976


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2. Diandin Leluak Thai Restaurant

Introduction: Diandin Leluk started from humble beginings in the early 80s, founded by a Singaporean and his Thai wife. Using a rented lorry, the duo would go around Singapore peddling packed lunches to Thai construction workers. They did this for one reason: a true labour of love. Their satisfaction was simple: seeing these workers enjoy hearty and affordable meals, transporting taste buds back to the Land of Smiles and recreating the savoury comforts of home. Strong customer support led the couple to set up a restaurant in 1985 in where else but Singapore’s Little Thailand – Golden Mile Complex!

Offerings: Sour, sweet, salty, spicy – The irresistible taste sensations associated with Thai food. Diandin Leluk believes the restaurant’s Thai chefs best understand Thai food’s flavour profile – this is why you can taste flavoured nuances in your favourites such as tom yum soup, green curry, pad thai, mango sticky rice and more!

Location: 5001 Beach Rd, #01-67/68/69, Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588

Contact: +65 6293 5101

Website: https://www.diandinleluk.com/

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3. Sawadee Thai Cuisine

Introduction: Pioneering Thai cuisine locally some 15 years ago, Sawadee Thai Cuisine has grown from strength to strength, and in 2013, they moved to a more upscale location in Bugis. Since then, they have been consistently in the top 5 Thai restaurants in Singapore, an achievement that their are truly honoured and proud of.

Offerings: A must-try dish at Sawadee: Thai Green Curry. A delicious and classic dish often served with Thai jasmine rice. You may choose either Chicken or Beef to go along with the curry. The unique selling point about this Green Curry is the variations the restaurant has to offer. So, go get creative with them already!

Location: 9 Tan Quee Lan Street, #01-01, Singapore 188098

Contact:  +65 6238 6833

Website: https://www.sawadee-cuisine.com/

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4. Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay

Introduction: The inspiration behind Sabai Fine Thai was a belief that the distinctive and delicious flavours of Thai food would be appreciated all round the world. In 2004, founder and owner Ms. Jongkolnee Thoboonme established Sabai Fine Thai in Singapore with the concept that her customers could enjoy a genuine taste of authentic Thai fine dining. A real Thai culinary experience using only the best and freshest ingredients, personally sourced to ensure quality.

Offerings: Chef Samlee, the head chef for the curry section, ensures that Sabai Fine Thai’s curries are bursting with unique and original Thai flavours. Hence, the best Thai curries in town. Hmmm… Truly salivating!

Location: 70 Collyer Quay, #01-02, Customs House, Singapore 049323

Contact:  +65 6535 3716

Website: https://www.sabaifinethai.com.sg/

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5. Ah Loy Thai

Introduction: Ah Loy Thai is a family business run by Thais. Thus, they offer a wide range of authentic Thai food at budget friendly prices – without GST or service charge. They are conveniently located at Shaw Towers.

Offerings: They are famous for their butter calamaris, Pad Thai and Tom Yum soup. In addition, there are many other dishes worth trying that includes pandan chicken, green curry and house special pineapple rice.

Location: 9 Tan Quee Lan Street, #01-04, Singapore 188098

Contact: +65 8488 6528

Website: http://www.ahloythai.com

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6. BeerThai House Restaurant

Introduction: BeerThai House is a Thai food hidden in Golden Mile Complex. Despite being in a rather deserted part of the complex, BeerThai House Restaurant still gets a steady stream of customers.

Offerings: Highly recommend for their Thai Beef Noodles at an affordable price, it features a rich and dark beefy broth and flat rice noodles. The noodles come with tripe, beef slices and meatballs, and at $5, this is truly money-worthy!

Location: 5001 Beach Road, #01-94/96, Golden Mile Tower, Singapore 199588

Contact:  +65 6291 2267

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Beerthairestaurant/

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7. Jai Thai

Introduction: Since 1999, Jai Thai has been offering delicious Thai food at wallet friendly prices. They serve authentic Thai cuisine to everyone through their restaurants and catering services.

Offerings: Their signature set – SaNook Set Phad Thai – is catered for 8 people. This includes:

  • Phad Thai (1 Tray)
  • Thai Spring Rolls (16 pcs)
  • Green Curry Chicken (2 litres)
  • Deep Fried Fish Fillet with Sweet & Sour Sauce (16 pcs)
  • Fried Mixed Vegetable

Best choice for family who love to spend quality time over Thai food!

Location: 27 Purvis Street, #01-01, An Chuan Building, Singapore 188604

Contact:  +65 6336 6908

Website: https://www.jai-thai.com/

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8. Joe’s Kitchen

Introduction: In 2006, Joe’s Kitchen opened its doors in a little shop space in the Central-South of Singapore. Joe comes from Nakhon Phanom, the Northern Eastern region of Thailand. Moving to Singapore in 1999, he worked as a chef at Parkway Thai Restaurant for 6 years, before deciding to realise his and his wife’s dream of having a restaurant of their own. He wanted to provide authentic and delicious Thai food for his customers.

Offerings: The stuffed chicken wing is highly praised from the diners at Joe’s Kitchen. The filling is stuffed with minced chicken meat mixed together with bits of chestnuts and sweet corn kernels, and the skin of the wings are fry to golden and crispy. What’s amazing about this is the mid-section of the chicken wing! It is de-boned hence having this appetiser would not be as messy as you think. Finger’s licking-good!

Location: Blk 125 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-182, Singapore 150125

Contact:  +65 6270 8484

Website: http://joesthaikitchen.com/

9. Real Thai

Introduction: A new concept of Thai Restaurant, unlike any other. Bringing Thai food to you in the form of Fast Serving and Slow Cooking. Ensuring that meticulous creation of our food does not compromise the speed of which it is served. Also adding the touch of fun by allowing you to create your own customized Set option

Offerings: Khao Soy is definitely one of the signatures in Real Thai. This mouthwatering dish kicks off with a strong base of red and yellow curry powder, followed by simmering coconut milk and chicken broth to develop its flavor. The stars of the dish perfectly chicken drumstick and thighs will then be added in. Topped with deep-fried crispy egg noodles and you will complete this extraordinarily bowl of goodness.

Location: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-44F, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103

Contact:  +65 6250 2065

Website: https://www.realthai.com/

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10. Soi 47 Thai Food

Introduction: Soi 47 Thai Food is a casual dining place that offers a pleasant experience with their menu featuring a variety of delicious Thai cuisine. Located along Lorong 6 Toa Payoh and just a few minutes away from Toa Payoh MRT Station, Soi 47 Thai Food is a great place where families and friends can share and enjoy delectable dishes in a comfortable and relaxed setting.

Offerings: They are known for their stuffed chicken wing with minced chicken and steam sea bass with thai lemon sauce. Best of all, no MSG is added and all of their seafood are fresh. Slurps!

Location: Blk 47 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, #01-130, Singapore 310047

Contact:  +65 9647 4747

Website: https://www.facebook.com/soi47thaifood

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