Sanook Kitchen – affordable Thai restaurant in Parkway Parade

Sanook Kitchen is a casual diner offering attractively priced set meals and a good variety of Thai dishes at affordable prices. Sanook Kitchen has recently opened a new outlet in Parkway Parade.

Sanook Kitchen Parkway Parade

It does not seem to have a website or a Facebook page, but Sanook Kitchen has outlets in a number of malls – including Bedok Mall, Jurong Point, Northpoint City and West Mall. There is a new outlet in Parkway Parade and there will be one in Suntec City soon. It is a concept of The Minor Food Group which also owns brands such as ThaiExpress, Xin Wang Hong Kong Café, Poulét and Kiseki.

The decor of Sanook Kitchen Parkway Parade is simple and pleasant. It is the kind of eatery that would appeal to shoppers and families who like to have a meal in a casual comfortable place.

Sanook Kitchen Parkway Parade

Sanook Kitchen Menu


The menu of Sanook Kitchen Parkway Parade covers a fair range of familiar Thai dishes. There are starters like fish cakes and papaya salad as well as tom yum soup, green curry and basil chicken. Below are pictures of sections of the menu.

Sanook Kitchen Menu
Sanook Parkway Parade Menu
Sanook Kitchen Parkway Parade Menu
Sanook Kitchen Menu
Sanook Parkway Menu

Sanook Set for 2

Besides the a la carte menu, Sanook Kitchen has various sets meals for 1 and for sharing between 2 to 4 persons.

Sanook Set Meal

We ordered the Sanook Set Meal for 2 ($26.90++). The set comprises Basil Chicken Wings, 2 bowls of Tom Yum Soup, Stir-fried Kang Kong, Sweet & Sour Fish and 2 Bowls of Rice.

Sanook Set for 2
Sanook Set for 2

The rice, vegetables and tom yum soup were served first. The stir-fried kangkong were fresh and crunchy. The spiciness reminded us that we were eating Thai food. The clear tom yum soup was good – spicy, tangy and packed with an array of flavours.

Sanook Kitchen Tom Yum Soup
Sanook Chicken

The Basil Chicken Wings looked really scrawny and rather pathetic. Fortunately, it was quite tasty in spite of its looks. The sweet and sour fish was a more visually appealing dish. The fish fillet was deep-fried and retained its crispiness even with the sauce doused over it. The sweet and sour sauce was well balanced. The fish was enjoyable and went well with plain steamed rice.

Sanook Sweet & Sour Fish

Overall we had a decent meal at Sanook Kitchen Parkway Parade. There was nothing exceptional but at that reasonable price point, we were more than satisfied. We would go there again if we want a simple Thai meal.

Ratings:
Food: 3
Service: 3
Value: 4
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

Sanook Kitchen
#01-17 Parkway Parade
80 Marine Parade Road
Singapore 449269

Tel: +65 6346 4178

Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm

The Ordinary Patrons | Real Dining Experience of Ordinary People
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Each dish has its history and if you do not understand the history, the soul of that dish is lost.
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