The modern space – with its timber and brick decor, and campy soundtrack of Bananarama and Rick Astley – gives little hint of its Thai provenance. But the breezy menu, dotted with snapshots of Bangkok, dishes out quickly cooked and delicious staples. Start with a pomelo salad tossed with chilli and dried shrimp or the fried discs of fish cakes sprinkled with fried basil leaves. Tender chunks of curry-marinated chicken are charcoaled in pandan leaves, while the sweet, thick gravy of the massaman curry has tender chunks of beef and potato. Wash it all down with a tall glass of chilled lemongrass tea.
OPERATING HOURS: Great World City: Mon-Fri 11am-3pm, 6-10pm; Sat & Sun 11.30am-10pm Wheelock Place: Daily noon-10pm, public holiday noon-10pm
They serve one of the best beef noodles i tasted in singapore so far.
Posted on Tue 29 Apr 2008 20:53:25
JP said: “Bangkok Jam”
Bangkok Jam is ok but suffers a problem common to Singapore - Thai food that is not quite authentic as it seems to be aimed at Singapore tastes. Pad Thai is not quite right. Green curry was ok.
Posted on Fri 18 Apr 2008 08:59:57
Roy said: “BangkokJam”
Reasonable price, with good ambience. Definetly worth making the trip down to greatworld city for thai food lover.
Posted on Thu 17 Apr 2008 19:51:54
John said: “ketchup with thai food ”
how uncivilized !
Posted on Thu 21 Feb 2008 00:52:10
George said: “thai thai”
visited here last week after shopping, interior is really fresh and modern. THe food was also really good, i had fish and chips, friend had soup..unfortunately the service let the place down. They'd even run out of ketchup for my fish and chips, if they'd had any sense they would've raced to cold storage downstairs and picked some up!