Located on Telok Ayer Street within Singapore’s central business district the restaurant Cha Thai is all about offering its many patrons premium culinary quality. The extensive menu includes a great choice of aromatic appetisers, tasty mains and irresistible desserts. Additionally there are exciting promotions and monthly specials that cater to the flavourful variety of the restaurant in the Tanjong Pagar area and make sure Singapore’s diners will always come back to enjoy another delicious meal at Cha Thai.
The delicious dishes at Cha Thai on Telok Ayer Street bewitch Singapore’s gourmands with their carefully arranged aromas. The main reason for the excellent flavour at the Thai restaurant in Tanjong Pagar are the top quality ingredients used in the salads, soups and curries. The team at Cha Thai makes a point of using original Thai ingredients that are imported daily. The trained and experienced chefs use them in the preparation of their authentic specialities and top them off with an irresistible blend of herbs and spices.
With its wide selection of appetisers and mains Cha Thai on Singapore’s Telok Ayer Street really does have something for every taste in store. Crispy prawn cakes, papaya salad, fish ball green curry, baked crab on glass noodles in a claypot and much, much more – the restaurant in the Tanjong Pagar area offers an exciting variety that’s perfect for seafood fans but also does not disappoint meat lovers and vegetarians.
It was such a great experience again! Food was great! Drinks were awesome! Place is just too cold! Please kindly increase the temperature so we won't freeze whilst enjoying our meal! Thanks :)
The foods are very good, above standard from other thailand food restaurants in Singapore. The staff are helpful and very friendly as well. Very recommended if you wants to have Thai food dinner/lunch in the central area.
The portions are large so they are good for a larger group. The price is a bit higher than other typical Thai restaurants. The taste is definitely authentic, with the sweet/sour/spicy tastes on the high side.