The name might be impossible to remember a few seconds after you’ve heard it, but the exuberant Thai menu makes a lasting impression. Try the huge betel nut leaf wrapped around pomelo jewels, prawns and shredded coconut. The charred wagyu salad is particularly delicious, as is the luscious, creamy green curry studded with tender snapper and apple eggplants. The Aussie influence of owner Chris Millar is especially evident in the pavlova with brown sugar cream and sweet mango. Bonus: a short, light wine list, with a $9 glass of Kissing Bridge chardonnay. Between courses, investigate the fresh vege stand, range of cakes and muffin, and bottled sauces, like the superb roasted coconut dressing. Main courses $6-$28.
Simply excellent, staff is wonderful, food is up to par. The desserts are a delight. Went there about 15 times already and never was disappointed.
Posted on Thu 01 Oct 2009 16:11:46
greenfingers said: “The Bomb!”
The Sticky Date Pudding there is a Must-Try! It's yummmmmmmmmmmy!
Posted on Wed 01 Oct 2008 19:55:24
Nick said: “Top Feed”
One of the Best Thai meals I have had in a long while. Value for money and great food. I will be coming back !!!
Posted on Tue 20 May 2008 12:00:21
Thai food lover said: “SSS - The best thai food in Singapore”
Yes Sweet Salty Spicy is kind of difficult to remember, but definitely not SSS.
I have been patronising the restaurant almost 2-3 times a month since its opening in Dec 2007. It is unusual for me to go to the same restaurant that regularly. The food is top notch ... everything is almost close to perfection (go for the green curry snapper, phadthai, miang, papaya salad etc. etc) , ambience is uncompromisingly classy (I love the wall paper ... no, it is hand painted), and the dessert is to die for (strongly recommending devil's chocolate cake and the sticky rice).
SSS may seem a little far to most, but what is far in Singapore!! Everyone in Singapore must never miss this uniquely Thai food at the Rail Mall. Yummy!!