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03-7863 0681
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 21:00
Tue - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
17:30 - 21:00
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Signature Dishes
Grilled Pork Neck Braised Pork Belly Som Tam Platter Classic Pork Noodle Thai Iced Tea (Cha Yen)
Review (1)
Level4 2016-02-18
Basically tried every single dish in their shop, and I would say, the best is the famous Pork Neck!Pork Neck -- Tender with not-so-strong-pork-smell, if you know what I mean, yet when dip with the special sour & spicy sauce it just perfectly matched together! They used the same sauce for several dishes and I guess it just did the magic.The classic pork noodle -- I guess it's the clean food for everyone. I mean, less oil, less salt, a healthier choice Thai Milk Tea -- Love their personalized plastic cup! Feel like wanna grab it home but not sure if that is allowable. Nonetheless the taste of this milk tea not bad, nothing too sweet but be prepared to have a less taste milk tea when the ice started to melt.Quail Eggs -- Egg + pepper + soy sauce = simple yummilicious dishes! A classic combination yet another you won't miss. But taste slightly too salty even for me.Pork Belly Skewers -- Not really prefer anything with too much fats with it. But taste wise, not bad. Juicy and tender, taste fresh as it was just freshly grilled (I believed they did!)Thai Basil Minced Pork on Rice -- Perhaps you've tried this dish elsewhere, a very classic Thai dish, simple combination of egg+minced pork on rice. Fulfilling, a nice choice when you are hungry.Red Ruby -- One couldn't done their Thai meal without Red Ruby! Not too sweet, a lot of Rubies Grass Jelly -- I just wouldn't believe that this dessert actually served with ice rock, not smooth-blend-ice. Everything was good, the grass jelly and the gula melaka sugar powder, but served them on rock was a big no-no for me. I couldn't enjoy my dessert at all crushing the hard ice rock! continue reading
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