Blue Jasmine Thai Restaurant in Park Hotel Farrer Park

The newly opened Blue Jasmine Thai Restaurant is located in Park Hotel Farrer Park.   This new hotel is conveniently located atop the Farrer Park MRT station and right next to the Farrer Park Hospital. A stone’s throw away from the bustling Little India district off Serangoon Road, it faces competition from the large number of dining options in the area as well as the restaurants in the Connexion Owen Link complex.

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Kin Cow Thai Beef Noodles at Chinatown Point

Kin Cow Thai Beef Noodles

Kin Khao is literally “eat rice” in Thai and is a common expression which means “to eat” or  “to have a meal”. So, if you are selling Thai Beef Noodles in Chinatown Point, why not call yourself Kin Cow – inviting patrons to eat cow, or at least nicely cooked cuts of a cow.

Kin Cow

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Sawadee Thai Cuisine Restaurant at Tan Quee Lan Street

Sawadee Thai Restaurant Desserts

Sawadee Thai Cuisine

Sawadee Thai Cuisine is a casual Thai restaurant at Tan Quee Lan Street (near Bugis Junction) that serves nice traditional Thai food as well as dishes given a contemporary touch or local twist – such as Mao Shan Wang Durian Sticky Rice. Sawadee Thai Restaurant is a place for authentic Thai taste at a reasonable price.

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Soi Thai Soi Nice Restaurant at Alexandra Central Mall

Soi Thai Soi Nice is a Thai restaurant  that took over the space formerly occupied by the Atmosphere Bistro Bar in the Alexandra Central Mall (next to the Ikea store). Except for the change in name and cuisine, the new restaurant appears to have retained the layout of the restaurant. Which is a good thing both for comfort and for environmental reasons as the place had been well furnished with cushy chairs and nice furniture.  Attracted by the enticing weekday set lunch menu, we decided to try out this new Thai restaurant in Alexandra Central mall.

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Greyhound Cafe Singapore in Paragon Orchard

Greyhound first opened its fashion store in Bangkok in 1980. In 1997, their first Greyhound Cafè opened and there are now many branches in Bangkok as well as in Malaysia and Hong Kong. Somewhat like the story of P.S. Cafe of Singapore,  their casual dining cafe was a successful extension of its fashion label. The Greyhound Café is a popular fashionable cafe which offers the same simple Thai food with creative twists.  Their Singapore outlet opened in the Paragon along Orchard Road at the end of 2016.

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