Media Tasting at Gin Khao
Situated in the still renovating building of One Raffles Place, Gin Khao is located on the 4th floor, tucked at a corner. Thankful that I need not crash with all the executives during the lunch peak hour, I was there to try Gin Khao’s recently launched Thai Vegetarian menu that night.
Starting off with the Tom Yum Mushroom, a clear harmless looking soup that packs a punch. So, do not judge a soup based on its colour. Spicy yet tangy and tasted of tomatoes, a perfect bowl to consume during a rainy day.
Tom Yam Mushroom at SS$12.80.
The Cauli Marmite was the dish that I could go on and on eating. I wasn’t expecting cauliflower to be encased in the batter as I pop one into my mouth. It was soft, not soggy and would definitely go well with rice. It could be a way to fool a kid into eating their vegetables.
Cauli Marmite at S$12.80.
The Thai Glass Noodle With Mushroom Pot arrived in a pretty industrial looking pot. It was a dry type of dish with the glass noodles tasting rather flavorful. Basically, the only ingredients in there were slices of mushroom which could result in the dish being a tad boring.
It would probably feed 2-3 pax based on the portion size.
Thai Glass Noodle With Mushroom Pot at S$12.80.
Last but not least I tried from the vegetarian menu was the Phad Thai Veggies. With a touch of lime and sweetness from the fish sauce probably, the dish consisted of different vegetables that added much texture.
Phad Thai Veggies at S$10.80.
Gin Khao’s menu has a decent range, catering to both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. Why not grab a cup of pineapple blended or Thai ice milk tea to pair with your mains and end the meal with a warm lava cake with ice cream!
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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