It’s easy to see why loyal customers have followed this charming Thai family-run outfit from its original Farrer Wet Market location: every dish rings with flavour. Sensational are the betel nut leaves wrapped around crisply sautéed dried prawns, coconut flakes, peanuts and lemongrass shards. Pair a mound of sticky rice with golden-battered tofu and a mild green fish curry spiked with slightly bitter baby eggplants. End the meal with a bowl of not-toosweet, coconut-y red ruby dessert. The place also does a brisk takeaway trade.
Yes it's charming, that's all it was. Was very disappointed with the food. It sorely lacked authenticity. I guess they took away all the spiciness since it's located at an Ang Moh area. If they can't even make their Tom Yum soup right, I'd rather spend my money elsewhere.