14 November 2008


Another Thai food restaurant in Upper East Coast.   Food is much better compares to Lemongrass in Siglap.   As the restaurant is situated along the busy East Coast road and car park is limited, it is advisable to go during weekdays.

It is a family business and service is attentive.  The owner and workers are Thai and there are photos of the Thai king and queen on displayed.

We were served snacks as we sat down.  The sauce accompanied the crackers was fiery hot but was super delicious.  It was addictive as even though your palate was numb but has the urge to continue snacking.

The stuffed chicken wings were crispy fried and stuffed full of fish paste.  The accompanied sauce was tangy sweet.

The papaya salad was refreshing and sourish.

Tom-Yum soup was bearable hot and appetizing with tons of ingredients.

Big prawns cooked with tanghoon in claypot but lack of vinegar.

Pad-thai was so so.

The roast duck red curry was more on a sweet side and very creamy.  Should use fresh coconut cream but made up with plenty of baby egg-plant and duck meat.

The pineapple fried rice should be served in a fresh pineapple shell instead.

A-Roy Thai
81 Upper East Coast Road
Goodwill Court
Tel : 64430373

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