Tuk Tuk Cha is a popular casual cafe for Thai milk tea and desserts. Started as a Thai dessert kiosk, it now also serves light bites and has more than 10 outlets including the new Tuk Tuk Cha @ PLQ and Tuk Tuk Cha @ Causeway Point.
Sawadee Thai Cuisine started business in 2001 and moved into its current location at Tan Quee Lan Street at the end of 2013. It has a loyal following and is one of the more popular Thai restaurants in Singapore. Sawadee Thai Cuisine now offers its extensive range of Thai dishes as well as affordable bento, comfort Thai set and sumptuous Thai set for takeaway and delivery.
Sanook Kitchen is a casual diner offering a good variety of Thai dishes at reasonable prices. It has outlets in malls in various parts of Singapore. During times when we are asked to #StayHomeforSG and #WFH, Sanook Kitchen is a convenient option for affordable Thai takeaway.
PLQ Mall has become a popular dining destination. Across the road from the mall is PLQ Parkside, a mini park with an outdoor playground for children. There are a few eateries around the green space. One of them is the newly opened Jasmine Cafe & Kitchen, which serves local, Western, Japanese and Thai dishes.