I was told of this place by a friend who apparently visits this stall so frequently that she is part timing there now. To be honest, if she didn’t tell me, I wouldn’t have known such a hidden gem also. So I decided I should visit this place with a fellow foodie and you can find the pictures with comments below.
The stall is only about a month old, a invested interest of lady boss, Desiree Goh, who is 38 this year. She started this little stall for the basic fundamentals; Love for food and cooking. Sounds familiar ya? 😉
Rating: 4/5. Taste: Pretty good.
Portion: Good size for an average sized adult.
Price: As stated.
Ambience: Warm. Aircon very weak over this part of the mall.
RTE: Yeah gonna bring mum!
Address: 118 Rivervale Drive K1-26/27 Rivervale Plaza
Loads of backlogs to catch up on as work has been really tiring. Was at Spicy Thai a few weeks back and was really surprise with the food quality at a neighbourhood area. I have revisited since and food quality was still there. Check out the pics below.
Taste: Very good and very generous in using ingredients! Really good.
Portion: Above average.
Service: Pretty ok.
Ambience: No aircon. Outside may be cooler.
RTE: Already did!
Location: Blk 115 Aljunied Avenue 2, #01-35, Singapore 380115. Tel : +65 6747 8558. Opens Daily from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Diandin Leluk has been around for the longest time since 1985. This is probably the first Thai restaurant in Singapore, even way earlier than those branded and posh ones. Located at the heart of Singapore’s Little Thailand, Diandin Leluk has definitely found its place to continue provide awesome Thai food to all of us! I was there at Golden Mile Complex to book coach tickets for my Genting trip with my mum and decided to have our lunch there ‘cos it’s been a long time I had my meals there. There are many Thai food eateries but Diandin Leluk is the one with the biggest and most prime establishments. Check out the yummy pics below!
Taste: Very authentic. Wiped out every little bit of it.
Service: Very good, native Thais.
Ambience: Simple and airconditioned.
Price: Total damage of S$46.90. Totally affordable and worth the trip!
Was looking around for some Thai food and heard there’s this outlet that is pretty good at Sembawang Shopping Centre. So I went there with my god brother just to realise that it has moved LONG AGO. Obviously, I haven’t been around these parts for the longest time! Haha… So we made our way there using Google Maps and finally found it located inside some industrial coffeeshop. So after parking the car, we sat down and checked out the food!
Taste: Everything I ordered tasted good.
Service: Pretty ok.
Price: S$35 for all, super affordable! You can only do this with cheap rentals!
Next on my blog post is this little place I discovered with my mummy one of the days when we were out for lunch. Actually I wanted to eat the braised duck rice just beside this place but it has already closed down. Nevertheless, Lai Thai looked pretty good with simple but neat decor, located below a HDB block.
As our lunch time was quite early and on a weekday afternoon, there weren’t many patrons at the eatery. So we were seated down by a Thai staff, and found out that they have lunch time specials for only $9.90! So we ordered and had a taste of their food.
Taste: 4/5. Lack of a few ingredients makes the difference.
Portion: Below average.
Service: 4/5. Pretty responsive.
Ambience: 3.5/5. Hard seats, no aircon. But there are fans.
Damage: $26.80 for 2 sets and additional order of $7 grilled pork.
RTE: Yeah great for a quick Thai food fix!
Location: See last pic. Walking distance from NEX shopping mall.
Was in training today at Foo Chow Building and finished around lunch time. So I decided to pack my lunch back to office as I needed to work on my emails.
Saw Anne packing her lunch as well at this Northern Thai stall located at the coffeeshop round the bend of Kitchener Road and Tyrwitt Road. Basically, the whole coffee shop patrons are eating their food. So I reckon they should be good.
Looking at the menu on the wall, the prices are really cheap. Egg omelette $3.00, Pineapple Rice per bowl $1.50, Stewed Pork Leg $3.00, etc… in essence, everything is cheap and portioning is meant for personal consumption.
So I ordered Tom Yum Soup with fried fish slices and a portion of white rice and pineapple rice. Here are the pics:
Taste: The Tom Yum Soup is extremely good. Probably the best I had so far in Singapore. Very nice and thick soup and you can feel a lot of spices were used to make it so good. The fish slices are all well seasoned before deep frying, hence no smell. Pineapple rice is lovely.
Portion: A lot of fish in the soup and the rice portioning are ok for the price.
Price: $4.00 for Tom Yum Soup (From $3-$5) and $1.50 for Pineapple Rice.
RTE: Definitely… Will try the dishes the next time!
Ok this is not my first time eating here. Many times already. Reason is that it’s really good and affordable. So I’ve arranged to meet up with 2 girl-friends to introduce how good the food is.
The shop owners are an old couple who hired a Thai cook from Bangkok (His name is Ah Thep or Ah Boy). Very nice and friendly people and somehow they are very contented with their lives until I decided to feature their food. I hope they have better business as they are really old already.
Rating: 4.5/5 (No aircon and got funny smell coming from the Thai provision shop next door.)
Taste: Very nice like I said. A change from the expensive Thai restaurants we use to know. Other must tries are Pandan Chicken, Fried Chicken Wings, Tanghoon Salad, Pineapple Rice, etc. Oh for the Thais, you might like to know they have glutinous rice (Khao Niao) as well to go with your dishes instead of white rice.
Portion: Very good.
Price: All the above for only $57.00. (Did not show us consuming 4 can drinks and 1 hot tea)
RTE: Always! My mum just love eating here!
Operating Hours: 11am to 9pm
Location: 301 Ubi Avenue 1 (see comments for new address)