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The authentic Thai dishes are all on point! Super delicious. It’s impossible to find anything wrong with them. True delightful culinary experience!
Authentic Thai food, hehelp and nice staffs and important is kids/family friendly. Definitely will go back to eat there again.
It is my third time dining here. Food and service still awesome!
My family always has a wonderful time of gathering over dinner at the restaurant.
Heard alot of this restaurant and the fact that it's very authentic in food standards. At the entrance, you are greeted by Thai staff, so that's nice. There's free wifi. Don't forget to check-in to get a free iced thai milk tea or lemongrass to be collected at their sister cafe, Dink Dink on the ground floor. You can get the voucher for the drink after making payment on your way out. Food quality 1) Pad Thai, alright, though the noodles were transparent and a tad too oily for me. 2) Baan Ying Stuffed Tofu skin , made with prawn and pork meat, the tofu skin was crispy but the insides were a bit tough for my liking. The sauce was sweet, kind of like sour plum which was nice. 3) String Beans with minced meat and egg, probably my favourite dish, goes well with rice! Loads of minced meat 4) Baan Ying Fry sticky rice with Pork Neck, loved the fatty pork neck and the rice was flavourful. FYI , they charge 50 cents for wet tissue, so if you don't use it, just return it back to them at the counter.
we were a group of 4. ordered tom yum with prawns, phad thai with tofu, omelette rice with thai basil chicken and pork belly, pandan leaf chicken, the fried seabass with tamarind sauce and 2 thai milk teas. total was $140. green curry was too salty today. pandan leaf chicken was too dry and tough. phad thai’s portion was small. the fish was so so. omelette rice was good as usual.
The food was hit or miss. The stir fried clams for example tasted like they had been blanched in water with sauce poured over after. The french beans & mushrooms with olives were very good. The coconut milk soup with chicken tasted good but the chicken had a funky smell to it (I think they use frozen chicken). The omelette was so-so. Overall, not a great experience and probably won’t be back. A big drop in overall standard since my first visit there in Jan earlier this year.
You can choose the level of spiciness of spicy food here. Their “normal” is very spicy to my standard. So, if you cannot handle too much spiciness, go for less spicy. The thai milk tea is just nice for me and not too sweet. It soothes my burning tongue.
Good service, tasty food, lovely ambience. But the crispy pork belly was unavailable which was disappointing as we were early for dinner and it was a Saturday. I thought the kitchen could have ordered more for the weekend.
The service manager was rather cold in welcoming guests at the entrance but luckily the serving staff was okay in their service. Food served was not hot enough. Certain dishes like garlic prawns and tofu skin wraps were on the oily side. The restaurant iwas bright and cheerful and it offered a comfortable culinary experience.