About Blue Jasmine

Enjoy Thai street food and home cooking at Blue Jasmine on Farrer Park Station Road in Singapore. This Farrer Park joint is known for its dishes which are made using seasonal, locally-sourced produce and that pack a flavoursome punch. With over ten years in the business, the specialty Southern Thai chefs at Blue Jasmine are well skilled in making meat, halal and vegetable-based dishes that will be sure to please every customer’s individual requirements. Want a tip? For something a little bit different why not order the Blue Jasmine rice made with blue pea flowers as a side with your main course? A highly Instagrammable dish if ever there was one! Booking ahead at this spot is highly advised, so beat the crowds and grab a table today!

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Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 11:30 am
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm


Blue Jasmine
Level 5, 10 Farrer Park Station Road
Singapore 217564

Menu Highlights



Express Lunch

Treat yourself to a fast and easy Thai Halal lunch sleection of a classic beef or duck noodle soup with a dessert; a scoop of coconut ice cream or pannacotta with gula Melaka


Anchan Thai Halal Buffet Dinner

Be spoilt for choice and gastronomically explore the Land of a Thousand Smiles with Thailand's most popular regional cuisine

Main Menu

A La Carte Menu


More about Blue Jasmine, Singapore

Blue Jasmine is a casual but chic Thai restaurant located on the fifth floor of the Park Hotel Farrer Park, in Singapore’s Farrer Park district. Modern Thai cuisine is the order of the day at Blue Jasmine so don’t be surprised to see some cool, contemporary takes on ancient dishes at this Farrer Park establishment. On their Halal-certified a la carte menu you will find a whole host of seafood, meat and vegetable-based dishes infused with flavours and herbs such as coriander, star anise, chilli, garlic and lemongrass.

If you’re heading out for dinner in Singapore, and Blue Jasmine takes your fancy you can expect to start proceedings with inventive appetizers such as deep-fried prawn doughnuts served with passion fruit and plum sauce, larb chicken balls served with chilli, kaffir lime leaf and crispy ground rice or devil wings with roasted chilli tamarind, chilli syrup and pickled daikon. For main courses you can pick from firm favourites such as pad Thai with prawns and tofu or duck red curry with grapes and pineapple. Or, if you’re feeling more adventurous try some of Blue Jasmine’s speciality dishes such as crab meat yellow curry, dancing crispy sea bass or tiger cry beef salad. See you there!

14 Blue Jasmine Reviews

Very Good
14 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Alex T.3 months ago · 1 review

It was our first time eating at Blue Jasmine. Overall, everyone enjoyed the dinner including old folks and children. The food was delicious and ambience was excellent.

Azam Z.8 months ago · 3 reviews

The experienced at Blue Jasmine is eye-opening. The atmosphere of an open air concept doesn't make you feel cramped up or stuffy. The variety of food on display is acceptable with the desserts looking all mouth watering. Couldn't wait to start chowing down!

Jess C.2 months ago · 1 review

Food was great but were disappointed that we did not get the inside seats as it was fully booked but I saw a few empty tables after we were there for more than an hour. Service was slow and I have to walk to counter to order food and asked for stuffs. But staff were mostly friendly.

Aimee C.4 months ago · 13 reviews

We went for Easter brunch which was a departure from the regular Thai fare. The meats and seafood were well cooked, mildly seasoned, but there was nothing memorable. Similarly, the dessert looked lovely however was a bit warm from being out. The staff and service are were quite lovely though and they had fun activities for kids.

andy l.4 months ago · 1 review

Limited variety of food, but nice ambience. Food was abit too salty, the sweet and sour sea bass was too fishy and rubbery, lamb was too tough, Thai milk tea too diluted, sambal Kang Kong was abit oily, coconut ice cream too milky without coconut taste.

Aimee C.3 days ago · 13 reviews

Friendly and helpful staff, especially since we had several kids with us. But the food was relatively average western food/grill and it seemed to take them a while to get set up after opening. I might try them again if there was a specific event/promotion.

Mazilina S.6 months ago · 4 reviews

Staff are friendly. Nice and good variety of desserts. Tomyum soup very nice but should have more dishes for the main plus more choices for the drinks. Overall its good.

Azmin S.2 months ago · 1 review

Came in with high expectations. A bit disappointed with the spread for Break Fast although the value for money was apt. Some of our group opted for the a la carte menu, the food was so so. The ambiance and interior of the restaurant was delightful and contemporary.

Nurul A.7 months ago · 1 review

Went for lunch and it was Pleasant. Attentive waiters. Good tasting food. Was able to accomodate certain special requests. Spacious seating, good for a group gathering. Definitely recommended.

Leicester Marshall L.2 months ago · 4 reviews

Quaint environment, food was good but lukewarm. Hopefully there is a better variety of items too for the Anchan Buffet. Staff were especially courteous and professional.