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Few cities can offer such diversity to the connoisseur of Asian cuisine like SIngapore can, whether your taste is for the curries of Little India and Racecourse Road, the dim sum palaces of Chinatown, the clinical excellence of the many sushi and sashimi joints or the hectic and frenetic atmosphere of the countless hawker centres. Thai food can find its own special niche among these many influences, particularly from the good folks at Siam Square Mookata, where they offer up South East Asian specialities from plenty of locations all over the city. They are conveniently located on Tampines Road, by Tampines Metro station in – you guessed it – Tampines, and when you make the journey down you will be taken from the streets of Singapore to Bangkok or Chiang Mai via their menu, which is based in the core ingredients of Thai cuisine: fresh veg, fish and seafood, meat and plentiful amounts of spice. Reserve your seat now and set a course for Tampines.
Lovely Mookata! Better than the usual set that we ate. The A La Carte Menu is flexible for us to create our own preferred choice of food.
This is a no-frills mookata located in a loval coffeeshop. As the period i visit was non peak (weekday dinner) where there isn't much diners, hence the service was relatively good. The ladies were attentive. Food was surprisingly good. The griddle that they use was non-stick teflon type.. the charred bits can be easily removed by gently scrapping off or alternative can sacrifice a piece of meat to clear it up. A special mention on the sauce, they have abiut 4-5 types of sayce but the one that caught my attention was the special chili sauce. It goes so well with the food item be it grill or soup! It had a very "Thai" taste. Though its at a coffeeshop, amazingly it did not make me smell like mookata when leaving. The only down side is that it does not include drinks or dessert if not it wiuld be a remarkable experience. Lastly, this is probably the better mookata i tried so far and for heartlanders in tampines it was relatively accessable compared to beach road. Regret no trying it earlier. Cheerios.
Staff are helpful. Was a bit doubtful about the quality at first but in general food was good! Would Not mind going back there again!