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Along Bedok Reservoir Road, not far from where the first water sports were allowed to be performed in Singapore’s many parks, you’ll find Enak Rasa Thai Seafood. This Thai seafood restaurant is very affordable and 100% halal, making it popular amongst hard-up Singapore students and family groups looking for cheap, quality Thai cuisine and good company in unpretentious surroundings.
Looking for a good-sized helping of crabs in Singapore? It’s a popular choice here in
East Singapore – so next time you’re hanging around Bedok Reservoir Road,
famous for its water sports, head to Enak Rasa Thai Seafood for an amazing
selection of Thai and pan-Asian seafood dishes that won’t harm your health or your
wallet. The little sister to Rasa Rasa Thai Muslim Seafood at Woodlands, Enak Rasa
Thai Seafood is a zi char-style eatery that delivers its packed menu to hungry
customers quickly and at rock-bottomed prices. With mostly outdoor seating and a
kid’s playground next door, it’s a spot to drop your bags, put your feet up and your
face towards a bowl of hot tom yam bee hoon, generously filled with
Enak Rasa Thai Seafood, along Bedok Reservoir Road, is a bustling joint, a classic zi char or food stall setup from which shoots bowl after bowl after plate of Thai seafood. Simple and unfussy, Enak Rasa Thai Seafood epitomises Singapore’s zi char experience. Degustation is sacrificed in favour of diversity, but there are gems to be found amongst the bewildering array of dishes on offer. The kangkong belacan and the spicy barbecue stingray, for example, are unmissable. Portions are big and the turnover swift, so be sure to book a table in advance, especially if you’re turning up with the kids or a large group after some appetite-inducing water sports at the nearby parklands.