Baan Ying had a very humble beginning with a nine table restaurant in Bangkok’s Siam Square area more than two decades ago. Fast forward to today and Baan Ying not only has seven restaurants in Bangkok but a shiny new restaurant on Irrawaddy Road in Novena, Singapore. This Thai food is the real deal, with a family business ensuring the cuisine on offer is as authentic as it gets. Baan Ying is an original Siam kitchen set in a bright and airy space, perfect for a get-together with friends, family, co-workers or date night with that special someone. Just believe us when we say that this is a popular spot, so ensure you reserve a table in advance to avoid disappointment!
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Reasonably priced food, wish food portions were larger. Will be back for more!
The authentic Thai dishes are all on point! Super delicious. It’s impossible to find anything wrong with them. True delightful culinary experience!
Baan Ying Novena on Irrawaddy Road is bringing Thai home cooking to the bustling centre of Singapore, one delicious dish at a time. The skilled team at this popular Thai spot use Auntie Ying’s recipes that have been used in the same restaurants in Bangkok for over 20 years, so you can truly expect the best of the best. Trust us when we say it’s worth travelling from all over Singapore to visit this Novena hotspot. This sunny restaurant is a warm, inviting spot with spectacular service that will make you feel right at home. Plus, the name Baan Ying translates directly to Auntie Ying’s home, and it feels like you truly feel that you are in your aunt's house enjoying some home cooking.
So if you’re heading to Baan Ying for a feed, our best advice is to arrive very, very hungry. The skilled team use only the finest, freshest ingredients in all their dishes complete with homemade curry pastes and sauces. What’s more, the Baan Ying menu at is peppered with all the dishes you know and love alongside some new and exciting ones which are sure to become firm favourites in no time. So, what are you waiting for?