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Keppel Bay, across from the island by the same name in Singapore, is home to one of E-Sarn Thai Cuisine’s excellent Thai restaurants – the Keppel Club. On Bukit Chermin Road, born from the same origin story that birthed all E-Sarn Thai Cuisine restaurants (a hawker stall over on the Farrer Road market) Keppel Club serves up the same home cooking-style Thai food served simply in comfortable, welcoming surrounds to diners from across Singapore.
Kitchen closes at 9, restaurant closes at 10 & staff hover around to get you out of there. Was looking for a relaxing Fri night meal & unwind but felt uncomfortable & rushed. Oh well, an early Fri night was probably good for me 😆!
They weren't very busy on the night so we received pretty good service. The grilled Cuttlefish dish was not to our liking as it was not hot and not nicely grilled (in our opinion) but, this may also be personal taste. The fish cakes were nice without being outstanding (we've had much better) and as they came out almost immediately after we ordered, we presume they were not freshly made. On the other hand, the Duck red curry was very nice with enough Duck to satisfy and the papaya salad was equally nice. Overall a pleasant if not great experience with reasonable prices allowing us to bring our own wine at acceptable corkage fee. We would try this restaurant again.
Finding great Thai food isn’t particularly difficult in Singapore, but finding a place with a history as
rich as the E-Sarn Thai Cuisine family of restaurants which serves up dishes that honour that legacy is
more of a challenge. E-Sarn Thai Cuisine’s newest addition to the family, the Keppel Club on Bukit
Chermin Road, is delivering exactly that. Here diners will find traditional Thai favourites like fish
cakes, fish maw soup, the famoussom tum (papaya salad) and Thai green curries dished up
For fans of Thai food in Singapore, the Keppel Club by Keppel Bay, offers a superior spot to enjoy the spicy kick of Thai flavours. For diners around the Bukit Chermin Road area, the restaurant is the home of spicy chillies, creamy coconut dishes and delicately battered tempura vegetables. Join the team of Thai food prepared with love, care and affection by chefs hand-picked by E-Sarn Thai Cuisine’s founder Neng herself. The restaurant is open Tuesday-Friday for lunch and dinner services and from 11.30am through until 10pm at the weekends.