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There’s more to Gin Khao One Raffles Place than its signature watermelon fried rice. This 65-seater Raffles Place restaurant located in the heart of Singapore’s CBD is taking Thai cuisine to new heights, with its brigade of highly-qualified chefs adept in presenting a unique and experimental take on time-honoured dishes, without any compromise in standards. A hit with busy executives based around Raffles Place, the service here is outstanding as well – a true hallmark of Thai hospitality. Seats tend to fill up quickly, so why not book ahead to avoid disappointment?
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Authentic tasting thai food. Brought my thai friend here and he loved it
Food is pretty authentic but the restaurant is too noisy during lunch hour.
Popular Thai restaurant. First time here Had the Tom Yam Noodle soup, it is acceptable
With a rich variety of gastronomic choices in and around Raffles Place, it can be tough deciding where to go for lunch sometimes. If Thai cuisine is what you’re craving, however, you can’t go wrong with Gin Khao One Raffles Place. Situated just a minute’s walk from Raffles Place MRT station, this restaurant has what it takes to wow even the most jaded gourmand, and its secret lies in its brigade of competent chefs, who take risks while cutting no corners in making the best of high-quality ingredients to present a creative lineup of time-honoured favourites, adapted to suit modern tastes.
Take your pick from a series of Thai street delights at Gin Khao One Raffles Place to start with – we’ve heard positive reviews about the prawn and green mango relish – then warm up your tummy with a tom kha gai (juicy chicken simmered in thick coconut milk broth), before downing more of the chef’s recommendations including the pla muek yang (flame-grilled squid in a homemade sweet sauce), and the signature khao phat dtaeng moe (Gin Khao watermelon fried rice). Stick around for desserts at Gin Khao One Raffles Place; you won’t regret the unique green curry gelato with sticky rice. This Raffles Place hotspot promises a Thai food experience like no other, so why not book a table here with us today?