Media Tasting at Spicy Thai – Thai Cafe
Spicy Thai Thai Cafe offers heartier dishes seen in North-Eastern Region of Thailand. Like Thai food from the North, Thai food from the North-Eastern had mostly steamed glutinous rice as their staple food. North-Eastern Thai food also tastes richer in flavour and spicier. Thai food lovers will be delighted with the authentic Thai food from Spicy Thai Thai Cafe; using charcoal in the BBQ dishes to maintain heat consistency and quality. The good thing is all prices are nett, there is no GST nor service charge. The cafe is filled with many Thai traditional decor, eg. ornate patterns, bouquets of flowers and ceiling fans whirling makes you feel like you have stepped into a mini Thailand in Aljunied!
The downturn, probably the long walking distance from the nearest Paya Lebar MRT station. It was a long 15 minutes walk from the station. Thankfully I had another foodie, Blanche who have joined and brighten the boring walk. And before I forget, there is no air conditioner at Spicy Thai Thai Cafe, but it doesn’t stop temptation for good food.
Totally stun at the amount of clams in this clams bee hoon. No need to snatch anymore. I like ground white pepper that enhanced the natural flavours of the lala, this brings out the exquisite taste and texture of this dish. Not forgetting the bee hoon that is soaked in the goodness of lala and fragrance white pepper. It’s too addictive, not to be missed.
Lala (Clams) Bee Hoon at S$18.
Who could have thought these appealing doughnut-shaped with holes in the middle are actually prawn cakes. The gentle flavour of the prawn cakes with crispy coating that go great with the Thai dipping sauce.
Prawn Cakes at S$3 per piece.
What’s in the coconut shell? Coconut dessert? You are wrong! It’s Thai otak aka Hommok in the coconut shell. Besides the usual minced fish meat that is commonly found in otah. You will spot slices of coconut flesh with seafood surprises eg. prawn and squid bites in every mouthful! There is also traces of turmeric powder that leaves a little earthy aroma note on the after-taste. Definitely one of a kind.
Hommok (Thai Otak) at S$18.
The plain looking tofu in the amazing special Thai seafood sauce. I really love the sauce so much! Full of savoury real crab meat and the seasoning is not over powering.
Cold Tofu with Special Thai Seafood Sauce at S$16.
The slices of charcoal BBQ pork belly tastes absolutely amazing with the char. It’s smoky, tender and utterly hard to stop at one.
BBQ Pork Belly (with charcoal) at S$18.
Sea bass is deep fried until crispy on the outside whilst retaining the juice inside.
Deep Fried Sea Bass with Thai Turmeric Sauce at seasonal price.
Thai Red Ruby at S$5.
Lemongrass Jelly with Aloe Vera Cubes & Calamansi S$3.50.
This is my favourite among the 3 desserts. Fresh and sweet mango, sprinkles of sesame on the glutinous rice with a splash of fragrant coconut milk. It makes a sweet ending of a meal in Thai cuisine.
Sticky Glutinous Rice with Mango is S$10.
Quality and delicious Thai food at Spicy Thai Thai Cafe without burning a hole in pocket. My favourite dish for the night is definitely Lala (Clams) Bee Hoon. Spicy Thai Thai Cafe open till 12am daily, time for your supper with your friends and family!
*No Service charge(10%) and No GST(7%).
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