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By Natalie Teo
- February 18, 2021

The Hunt for the Singapore's Best Thai Food

Wine and Dine . Singapore

I know for a fact that many of us miss travelling to Thailand due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions, but fret not, as we are able to enjoy authentic Thai food right here in sunny Singapore.

We scoured the entire island, finding a fantastic array of Thai food establishments all around the island and adding them to this list. Whether you’re looking for high-end Thai restaurants or affordable Thai street food, you will find a place on this list that tickles your fancy. Are you ready? Let the hunt for the best Thai food in Singapore begin!

Kra Pow

Krapow Pork
Krapow Pork | © Krapow Facebook

One of the top places in Singapore for authentic Thai street fare, Kra Pow is hidden in Far East Plaza and you might miss it if you don’t walk further in. Be sure to order their spicy and flavourful Tom Yum Seafood ($7.90), particularly the red broth one. You will find yourself licking the bowl after you’re done! The same goes for the Krapow XL ($14.90), which is basil chicken with egg on rice. Finish off your meal with a refreshing cup of Thai Milk Tea ($3.90) and thank me later.

Address: 14D Scotts Rd, #03-26/27, Singapore 228217

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 11.30am–9.30pm

Sunday 12pm–9.30pm

Contact: 6734 1946

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Khao Hom by Rung Mama

Khao Hom dishes
Khao Hom dishes | © khaohomsg

Khao Hom by Rung Mama is Rung Mama’s second venture. You might know their first famous venture: Dee Tongue Thai in Golden Mile Complex. They have been serving authentic Thai home-cooked food ever since the 1980s. Some of their signatures include Thai salads, curries, and soup. A fun fact: their “Rung Mama” is a Thai lady with 30 to 40 years of experience in cooking Thai food!

Address: 5 Ang Mo Kio Central 2 Djitsun Mall, #01-06, Singapore 569663

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11am–10pm

Contact: 8202 2512

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Pratunam PLUS by Soi Thai Soi Nice

Pratunam PLUS Signature Tom Yum Mama
Pratunam PLUS Signature Tom Yum Mama | © snaptasterepeat

You don’t need to travel to Bangkok to satisfy your Thai street food cravings! Pratunam PLUS by Soi Thai Soi Nice will do just the trick, serving up crazy delicious and super affordable Thai street food. If you’re a fan of hotpot, they do have specials like Pratunam Thai Hot Pot ($28.80) and Royal Thai Seafood Hot Pot ($38.80). The hot pot dishes are great for sharing, and value for money! Personally, my recommendation is the signature Tom Yum Mama ($10), which is packed with flavours.

Address: 201 Victoria St, #04-09 Bugis+, Singapore 188067

Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday 11.30am–9.30pm

Friday & Saturday 11.30am–10pm

Contact: 6509 4790

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Jai Thai

Jai Thai dishes
Jai Thai dishes | © Jai Thai Facebook

Jai Thai has been serving up delicious and no-frills Thai food at wallet-friendly prices since 1999, cooked using traditional herbs and spices. The Tom Yum Soup is highly recommended, simmering with a mixture of refreshing spices like fresh lime, lemongrass, and chili, just to name a few. If you’re looking for a simple, satisfying meal, Jai Thai is the best option for you.

Address: 7 Clover Way, Singapore 579080

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11am–3pm, 6pm–10pm

Contact: 6258 0228

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Premjai 99 Thai Heritage

Premjai's Steamed Seabass in Spicy Lime Sauce
Premjai's Steamed Seabass in Spicy Lime Sauce | © Premjai Snack Food

Formerly known as Golden Mile Complex Braised Chicken Noodle, it has rebranded to Premjai 99 Thai Heritage, or Premjai Snack Food. Well-loved for their piping hot Original Braised Chicken Noodle ($6.50), Premjai 99 Thai Heritage also serves up some solid Steamed Seabass in Spicy Lime Sauce ($32.50), a classic Thai dish that bursts with tanginess and flavour, leaving your tastebuds satisfied and tantalised.

Address: 5001 Beach Rd, #01-89 Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 10.30am–12am

Contact: 8013 5614

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Royal Thai Cuisine

Royal Thai Cuisine dishes
Royal Thai Cuisine dishes | © eatwnatalia

Royal Thai Cuisine’s story began in 2006 when they set up a small food stall along Bugis Street. Today, they have grown and opened multiple outlets, one in Fairways Drive, and others in King Albert Park mall and Science Park One. Even though Royal Thai Cuisine may be a little more pricey, they do not compromise on the quality of the food they serve. Be sure to order their signature Phad Thai Noodles with Prawns ($19), or Green Curry Chicken ($17).

Address: 60 Fairways Dr, Singapore 286966

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11am–10pm

Contact: 9235 9797

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BeerThai House Restaurant

BeerThai House Restaurant dishes
BeerThai House Restaurant dishes | © BeerThai House Restaurant Facebook

Looking for authentic Thai zhi char that is also one of the best in Singapore? Look no further than BeerThai House Restaurant. This restaurant is truly a hidden gem – hidden right at the corner of Golden Mile Complex, Singapore’s very own ‘Little Thailand’. Their signatures include Green Curry Fried Rice ($7), and Tom Yam Seafood Soup ($15).

Address: 5001 Beach Rd, #01-96 Golden Mile Complex, Singapore 199588

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 11am–10pm

Contact: 6291 2267

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