Pineapple Fried Rice – soft, steaming hot and tastier than plain white rice for sure. The rice is sprinkled with cubes of pineapple and shreds of omelette. It is topped with flavourful pork floss. It gives you all the carbohydrates and kids would love this simple yet delicious dish.
Curry Prawns – fresh and tender. Perfect for prawns lovers. Generous servings as well. The curry is a good spread on plain white rice.
Fried Fish – don’t be fooled by its dry, skinny and all bones appearance! The fish is extremely crispy on the outside and yet very meaty on the inside. The chilli complements well with it. It’s addictive.
Sweet and Sour Pork – probably cooked over a very strong and powerful fire because it’s piping hot! The meat itself is of a right biting texture. It is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Not too sweet, not too sour. The sauce is of a just right taste.
Spring Onion Pork – meat is soft, overall dish is fragrant and appetizing due to its simple outlook yet displaying contrasting colours. Pork lovers, this is the right dish for you!
Long Beans – slightly salty but still acceptable. It’s very thin and chewy.
Tofu Soup – a little bit too salty and sticky. Not my type.
The good thing about Taste of Thailand is that the prices are reasonable and in fact quite cheap. For myself, the total bill usually only costs $35 to $55 for a family of four with 3 – 4 small dishes and rice.
One important tip to take note is that the restaurant gets extremely crowded during the weekends. Many kiasu Singaporeans start queuing once it opens its doors. I personally feel that the quality of the food drops when the chefs are being rushed to prepare so many dishes for so many people during busy periods. Hence, it would be wise to visit Taste of Thailand during the weekdays. The chefs might probably be in a better mood and can cook slowly and happily.
Taste of Thailand
1001 Yishun Industrial Park A
#01-1001 Yishun Industrial Food Centre
Tel: 67589121 Fax: 67540053