About Sa Yum Dining Room
More about the restaurant: Sa Yum Dining Room
Dear diners, please be aware that non-Quandoo vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with online bookings.
Please note that the kitchen is open until 9pm Monday-Thursday, and until 9:30pm Friday & Saturday. Thank you!
There’s good Thai food and then there’s the Thai food at Singapore’s Sa Yum Dining Room which is, quite simply, something special. This is a Club Street spot in the central business district around Outram and, more specifically, Telok Ayer, and the message is clear: good food, good mood. The menu has an array of bites that are perfect for a light graze with your friends, but it’s also packing Thai favourites in the way of vibrant curries and classic rice and noodle dishes. If you’re not too peckish, however, Sa Yum Dining Room is also a rather popular drinking and social hub that boasts an impressive list of beverages. Book a table now.
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The first thing you’ll notice about Sa Yum Dining Room is its vibrant yellow exterior set against the majestic white of Club Street. Then, once you’re through the doors, seated in the very stylish dining space and those aromas of authentic Thai food are wafting through your nostrils, it’s very clear you’re onto a winner. Yep, of all the Thai restaurants around Telok Ayer, the Central Business District and indeed in Singapore, Sa Yum Dining Room is certainly one of our favourites, and that’s before we’ve got to the food…
The name of the game at Sa Yum Dining Room is handcrafted Thai cuisine so from the menu you can expect sun-dried and marinated pork strips, curry samosas, tom yum fries and some signature sweet and savoury chicken karage. As well, Singapore’s Sa Yum offers fresh meat and seafood served alongside rice and noodles done all kinds of ways. With an impressive drinks menu to hand on top of the food, don’t be surprised when Sa Yum is also full of casual drinkers going about their busy Central Business District lives.