Boasting 11 outlets scattered throughout the island, Lerk Thai offers an ample combination of authentic palace cuisine, hybrid fusion dishes and street food. Separated into ‘bistro’ and ‘restaurant’ concepts, the former has a relaxed atmosphere for casual dining, while the latter offers fine dining in a contemporary setting. With a blend of fragrant herbs and zesty spices, their signature dishes such as the refreshing green papaya salad with prawns ($8.90), the hearty pineapple rice ($10.90) and the flavourful tom yum seafood soup ($5/$18) are a cut above the rest on the menu, but things tend to be a bit pricey at this laidback, mid-range restaurant.
Been there twice already and always got great service! I've heard others mentioning that the tom yam and other signature dishes here don't pack as much kick as other Thai restaurants but I will still come back because of the casual, friendly, almost homely feel. Plus it's near my home. =)
Posted on Fri 23 May 2008 14:23:21
JP said: “Lerk Thai at Changi Airport Terminal 3”
Lerk Thai seems to be in early days soft opening - it needs music as the terminal is very quiet, service is patchy with food arriving at table before plates. No wine is served - guys please! Not only missing out on service but on profit too. Still the Singha is served freezing cold, green papaya salad was ok and Pad Thai reasonably authentic. Certainly preferable to airline food but not worth travelling to (as it seems some of the customers had done).